Sure, it’s just a video game, but ‘MLB: The Show’ is known for being one of the most realistic sports game franchises around.

That being the case, we went ahead and simulated the entire 2017 season in the brand new ‘MLB The Show 17’ game. We just finished up our own standings, awards, and postseason projections, so let’s see how the video game compares.

Standings

AL East

1. Toronto Blue Jays: 96-66
2. Baltimore Orioles: 88-74
3. Tampa Bay Rays: 84-78
4. Boston Red Sox: 82-80
5. New York Yankees: 76-86

AL Central

1. Cleveland Indians: 92-71
2. Detroit Tigers: 82-80
3. Chicago White Sox: 80-82
4. Minnesota Twins: 73-89
5. Kansas City Royals: 68-94

AL West

1. Seattle Mariners: 89-73
2. Texas Rangers: 85-77
3. Los Angeles Angels: 80-82
4. Houston Astros: 73-89
5. Oakland Athletics: 71-91

NL East

1. New York Mets: 93-69
2. Miami Marlins: 86-76
3. Atlanta Braves: 83-79
4. Washington Nationals: 80-82
5. Philadelphia Phillies: 76-86

NL Central

1. Chicago Cubs: 95-87
2. St. Louis Cardinals: 94-78
3. Milwaukee Brewers: 78-84
4. Pittsburgh Pirates: 78-84
5. Cincinnati Reds: 51-111

NL West

1. Los Angeles Dodgers: 105-57
2. San Francisco Giants: 93-69
3. Colorado Rockies: 76-86
4. Arizona Diamondbacks: 69-93
5. San Diego Padres: 65-97

Awards

AL MVP

Nelson Cruz, RF, Seattle Mariners: .294, 50 HR, 140 RBI

NL MVP

Joey Votto, 1B, Cincinnati Reds: .320, 42 HR, 116 RBI

AL Cy Young

Marcus Stroman, Toronto Blue Jays: 22-4, 2.97 ERA, 161 SO

NL Cy Young

Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers: 14-6, 2.51 ERA, 253 SO

AL Rookie of the Year

Yoan Moncada, 2B, Chicago White Sox: .252, 14 HR, 71 RBI

NL Rookie of the Year

Hunter Renfroe, RF, San Diego Padres: .258, 17 HR, 62 RBI

AL Reliever of the Year

Zach Britton, Baltimore Orioles: 54 saves, 1.65 ERA, 68 SO

NL Reliever of the Year

Kenley Jansen, Los Angeles Dodgers: 47 saves, 1.34 ERA, 87 SO

AL Batting Title

Miguel Cabrera, 1B, Detroit Tigers: .343, 35 HR, 110 RBI

NL Batting Title

Joey Votto, 1B, Cincinnati Reds: .320, 42 HR, 116 RBI

AL Hank Aaron Award

Mike Trout, CF, Los Angeles Angels: .338, 46 HR, 131 RBI

NL Hank Aaron Award

Joey Votto, 1B, Cincinnati Reds: .320, 42 HR, 116 RBI

Postseason

AL Wild Card

Baltimore Orioles @ Texas Rangers

Rangers win 5-1

Miami Marlins @ San Francisco Giants

Marlins win 6-1

NL Wild Card

ALDS

Texas Rangers vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Blue Jays win in 4 games

Seattle Mariners vs. Cleveland Indians

Indians win in 5 games

NLDS

New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs

Cubs win in 5 games

Miami Marlins vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodgers win in 4 games

ALCS

Cleveland Indians vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Blue Jays win in 4 games

NLCS

Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

Cubs win in 6 games

World Series

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Chicago Cubs

Blue Jays win in 6 games

World Series MVP

Kendrys Morales: .333, 0 HR, 1 RBI

Postseason MVP

Josh Donaldson: .339, 3 HR, 12 RBI