As Major League Baseball heads further into its work stoppage, Commissioner Rob Manfred has said the league is prepared to have to play the entire season with computer-generated players.

“Obviously no one wants to be in this spot,” Manfred said. “But we have put every option on the table, and we’ve had the CPU generate players just in case and we are currently making several create-a-players. We can simulate the entire season quickly to increase the pace of play.”

Manfred added that the simulated season will also be a good option to try the universal DH, 3-inning games and cheat codes to unlock gigantic bats.