Competitive baseball is back.

Even if it’s virtual in nature.

In a joint effort with the MLB Players Association and Sony Interactive Entertainment, Major League Baseball is launching the first competitive MLB The Show league featuring players from all 30 teams competing in a 29-game regular season, the league announced Friday.

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The regular season begins Friday and will last through April 28. Games will take place every one to two days with three to five three-inning matchups played each game day.

The postseason is scheduled to begin April 30, with a World Series played on May 2. The postseason will feature the eight best teams, with a best-of-three format for the first two rounds and a best-of-five format for the World Series.

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