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  • Cubsfan97
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    My MVP 2005 Dynasty

    I feel bad because I somewhat cheat at my gameh . I play on Pro level and every change I make on the sliders I make equal for the computer. So power and contact are up to 50 for each. Same with speed and some other categories that are important. I created 2 players I use, named after my self and then a closer with the name Tony Stantelli. Both are perfect players (to the game that is).

    My lineup
    CF Shawn Cusack
    1B Derrek Lee
    RF Luis Gonzalez
    LF Manny Ramirez
    3B Aramis Ramirez
    SS Miguel Cabrera
    2B Juan Uribe
    C Joe Mauer
    DH Andy Bako*

    Starting Rotation
    Mark Prior
    Pedro Martinez
    Kerry Wood (was Randy Johnson until he decided to retire :grouchy )
    Carlos Zambrano
    Brad? Kennedy*

    *= computer made

    Not sure about the bullpen because I just got done with the off season. I've been trying to find a level where I can play to make it fair but its either way too easy or way too hard, so I went with easy, but I still have fun. I tried Owner Mode and just kept on losing money so i quit and went to Dynasty and then 3 months later I found out the secret to Owner mode, but I didn't wanna start from scratch again.

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  • GenioMatthews
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    Originally posted by HankAaron86
    What mode are you playing on??? You need to put it up a notch.

    Dynasty mode... the owner thing is too much to be concerned with and I have it set at All Star. Strike zone off with the variable one on. Some games I play "pitch6/bat1" setting just because I know it will be easy. I got 2 lefty pitchers that are almost the same. Buehrle and Maroth throw almost identical but Buerhle has more speed and control. So I run ship with those 2 and take it wicked easy with the righties. Paulie hits, Rowand hits and Womack just has the perfect swing for inside balls. AJ as of right now is leading in HRs I don't know how that happened but when theres a righty on the mound he crushes the ball. No other adjustments made.

    I just had a 3 gamer against Boston that I actually waited a day for. I shut em down to only 2 runs in 3 games. Buehrle, Maroth and Garcia.
    Last edited by GenioMatthews; 05-31-2006, 08:57 AM.

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  • JordanDL3891
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    Should I bother to post my pitchers stats, I mean did anyone take a look at the batting stats to begin with?

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  • Francoeurstein
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    Originally posted by GenioMatthews
    I stumbled across this so I figured I'd post mine.

    MVP 2005 on Xbox

    2005 World Champion Chicago White Sox(won it with default roster)

    2006 Season

    C A.J. Pierzynski
    1B Paul Konerko
    2B Willie Harris/Tony Womack
    3B Joe Crede
    SS Juan Uribe
    LF Eric Byrnes/Scott Podsednik
    CF Aaron Rowand
    RF Craig Monroe/Jermaine Dye
    DH Jim Thome(DL) Tony Womack

    SP Mark Buehrle 7-0, 1.14, 71Ks(LL) 4CG 1 SHO
    SP Mike Maroth 5-0, 1.13, 55Ks(#2Ks) 3CG 2SHO(LL)
    SP Freddy Garcia 3-0, 1.32, 28Ks
    SP Jon Garland 4-0, 1.36, 32Ks
    SP Jose Contreras 4-0, 1.40, 20Ks

    LRP Matt Guerrier, Gustavo Chacin
    MRP Bobby Jenks, Elmer Dessens(on trading block,16.68era)
    SU Neal Cotts, Damaso Marte
    CP Eric Gagne

    @May 7th... 28-2 including 25-8 blow out by Detroit with Dessens pitching.

    Rowand .404 11HR, Uribe .397 5HR 30R 50H, Konerko .375 11HR 38RBI 48H

    :gt
    What mode are you playing on??? You need to put it up a notch.

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  • GenioMatthews
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    I stumbled across this so I figured I'd post mine.

    MVP 2005 on Xbox

    2005 World Champion Chicago White Sox(won it with default roster)

    2006 Season

    C A.J. Pierzynski
    1B Paul Konerko
    2B Willie Harris/Tony Womack
    3B Joe Crede
    SS Juan Uribe
    LF Eric Byrnes/Scott Podsednik
    CF Aaron Rowand
    RF Craig Monroe/Jermaine Dye
    DH Jim Thome(DL) Tony Womack

    SP Mark Buehrle 7-0, 1.14, 71Ks(LL) 4CG 1 SHO
    SP Mike Maroth 5-0, 1.13, 55Ks(#2Ks) 3CG 2SHO(LL)
    SP Freddy Garcia 3-0, 1.32, 28Ks
    SP Jon Garland 4-0, 1.36, 32Ks
    SP Jose Contreras 4-0, 1.40, 20Ks

    LRP Matt Guerrier, Gustavo Chacin
    MRP Bobby Jenks, Elmer Dessens(on trading block,16.68era)
    SU Neal Cotts, Damaso Marte
    CP Eric Gagne

    @May 7th... 28-2 including 25-8 blow out by Detroit with Dessens pitching.

    Rowand .404 11HR, Uribe .397 5HR 30R 50H, Konerko .375 11HR 38RBI 48H

    :gt
    Last edited by GenioMatthews; 05-30-2006, 12:58 AM.

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  • JordanDL3891
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    MVP 05 (X-Box) Season 2 - Owner Mode - New York Yankees

    72-25 (97 games) so far, no games simmed. won the last 13 games in a row

    all after all star break and the one before it.

    I did a lot over the offseason with my team

    Fake guys in Italic

    Current Lineup as of now

    Code:
    1	Chone Figgins	2B
    2	Derek Jeter	SS
    3	Alex Rodriguez	3B
    4	Gary Sheffield	DH
    5	Hideki Matsui	CF
    6	[I]Matt Barkett[/I]	1B
    7	Jim Edmonds	RF
    8	[I]Mark Sheffield[/I]	LF
    9	Jorge Posada	C
    my 1B Jeff Kent is Injured (I traded Giambi last year because Giambi sucks in this game and kent is half the price) Kent has a minor ACL sprain and will be out for 6 more games. If he wasn't Injured, he would replace Mark Sheffield the LF like this: G. Sheffield to RF, Jim Edmonds to CF, Matsui to LF, Barkett to DH, Kent to 1B.

    Rotation:

    Code:
    SP	[I]Phillip Womack[/I]	
    SP	Josh Beckett	
    SP	Johan Santana	
    SP	Carl Pavano	
    SP	Mike Mussina	
    SU	Mike Stanton	
    CL	Mariano Rivera
    Phillip Womack is subing for Randy Johnson who is on the 15 day dl with a Fractured toe.



    Just to let you know, I don't steal bases!

    notes on these status: M. Sheffield is on my team because he is one of the best fielders, he is also predicted to become a better hitter later in his career, if not one of the best. lately, he hasn't been playing every game like normal to get Matsui and Barkett in more games. M. Sheffield doesn't have to power or contact in batting now, but it is improving. Last year his power and contact was around 30-40, this year he is 55-65, big improvement! (and I don't cheat by editing there ability)
    Microsoft Excel file:
    http://www.freewebs.com/yahooselitel...kees stats.xls

    don't have Excel? here is the txt file!
    http://www.freewebs.com/yahooselitel...s stats v2.txt
    Error on TXT file (I will fix it when I add pitchers) Gary sheffield's 2005 status were moved to the right one to many times. so when you read it, move it back one for your on reading. because it says now that Gary Sheffield is 11 years old!

    I will add pitchers to these files tommarow

    sry there files, I don't really understand the code thing, I don't know how to make it expand.
    Last edited by JordanDL3891; 05-28-2006, 06:09 PM. Reason: Adding Information

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  • JordanDL3891
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    Last edited by JordanDL3891; 05-28-2006, 03:07 PM. Reason: Accedently repeted post

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  • Sultan_1895-1948
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    Update through 123 games, every game played on All-Star Mode.

    Mets Team

    Payroll: $ 54,721,860
    Code:
    [B][U] W    L    RS    RA    AVG    SB    HR    ERA    F%[/U][/B]
    115   8    663  180   .283   321   266    1.46   .995
    *bold indicates league leader

    Lineup

    Code:
                   [B][U] G     AB    H      AVG     HR     RBI     R    2B      3B     SO     BB      OBP      SLG    OPS    SB[/U][/B]
    
    [B]LF Crawford [/B]  112    479   144    .301     50     98     [B]125[/B]   33      [B]24[/B]     38     8      .314     .783   1.097   60
    [B]SS Reyes[/B]      121    443   111    .251     20     65     67    21      2      38     13     .271     .442   .713    59
    [B]1B Pujols[/B]     123    501   [B]184[/B]    [b].367[/b]     [B]66[/B]     [B]151[/B]    120   24      2      52     15     .377     [B].818[/B]   [B]1.195[/B]   22   
    [B]C  Mauer[/B]      122    471   135    .287     52     91     74    16      1      39     14     .305     .656   .961    5
    [B]3B Wright[/B]     112    422   127    .301     31     75     55    29      3      34     18     .327     .604   .931    4
    [B]CF Baldelli [/B]  123    458   130    .284     15     56     69    28      2      28     12     .295     .452   .747    [B]73[/B]         
    [B]2B Kawasaki[/B]   111    413   122    .295     19     57     56    7       2      40     6      .308     .460   .768    53
    [B]RF Doonan[/B]     120    406   100    .246     2      21     37    23      2      45     16     .277     .328   .605    34
    Pitching

    *bold indicates league leader

    Code:
                         [B][U] G    IP     W    L    ERA     CG    SHO       H/9     K/9      K     OPS    WHIP    AVG     SV[/U][/B]
    
    [B]SP Edwin Jackson[/B]     24   183.0   20    0   [B]1.08[/B]     7      5     [B]  4.97[/B]   [B]10.82[/B]     [B]220[/B]   [B].428[/B]    [B]0.63[/B]    [B].159[/B]
    [B]SP Zack Greinke[/B]      25   [B]195.2[/B]   19    1   1.84     9      [B]6[/B]       6.44    6.07     132   .479    0.74    .199
    [B]SP R. Auschrat[/B]       23   167.0   [B]21[/B]    1   1.46     5      4       5.98    8.41     156   .479    0.75    .185 
    [B]SP Darryl Buhler[/B]     24   138.2   15    2   2.14     1      1       6.30    7.14     110   .516    0.74    .192
    [B]SP Rich Harden[/B]       25   185.1    5    3   1.51     9      [B]6[/B]       5.83    8.98     185   .492    0.72    .185
    [B]RP Chad Bradford[/B]     46    62.1    7    0   0.72     -      -       3.90   11.12     77    .342    0.63    .130
    [B]CP Bobby Bath[/B]        60    73.1    3    1   0.61     -      -       5.03   10.92     89    .404    0.64    .163    [B]42[/B]

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  • wilkerson_rulz-06
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    Originally posted by Gashouse6
    Here's my special lineup for The Show:
    C: Yogi Berra
    1B: Albert Pujols
    2B: Rogers Hornsby
    3B: Brooks Robinson
    SS: Honus Wagner
    LF: Tris Speaker
    CF: Ty Cobb
    RF: Babe Ruth
    DH: Lou Gehrig

    SP: Cy Young
    SP: Pete Alexander
    SP: Christy Mathewson
    SP: Bob Gibson
    SP: Roy Oswalt

    RP: Dizzy Dean
    RP: Catfish Hunter
    RP: Rollie Fingers
    CP: Billy Wagner
    on psp?

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  • TheKingofKings
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    MVP 2005
    Team: Detroit Tigers
    Platform: Xbox


    1st. Brad Wilkerson
    CF. Curtis Granderson
    C. Ivan Rodriguez
    RF. Magglio Ordonez
    Lf. Craig Monroe
    SS. Carlos Guillen
    2nd. Placido Polanco
    3rd. Brandon Inge
    DH. Carlos Pena

    Starters:
    Esteban Loaiza
    Jeremy Bonderman
    Mike Maroth
    Colby Lewis
    Nate Cornejo

    Relievers:
    Todd Jones
    Troy Percival
    Fernando Rodney
    Franklyn German

    Bench: Vance Wilson
    Jamey Carroll
    Alexis Gomez
    Nook Logan
    Marcus Thames
    Chris Shelton ( Stinks in MVP 2005 )






    Jody Gerut
    Scott Hatteberg

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  • Sultan_1895-1948
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    Originally posted by Gashouse6
    Here's my special lineup for The Show:
    C: Yogi Berra
    1B: Albert Pujols
    2B: Rogers Hornsby
    3B: Brooks Robinson
    SS: Honus Wagner
    LF: Tris Speaker
    CF: Ty Cobb
    RF: Babe Ruth
    DH: Lou Gehrig

    SP: Cy Young
    SP: Pete Alexander
    SP: Christy Mathewson
    SP: Bob Gibson
    SP: Roy Oswalt

    RP: Dizzy Dean
    RP: Catfish Hunter
    RP: Rollie Fingers
    CP: Billy Wagner
    If you're not undefeated at seasons end, shame on you

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  • Gashouse6
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    Here's my special lineup for The Show:
    C: Yogi Berra
    1B: Albert Pujols
    2B: Rogers Hornsby
    3B: Brooks Robinson
    SS: Honus Wagner
    LF: Tris Speaker
    CF: Ty Cobb
    RF: Babe Ruth
    DH: Lou Gehrig

    SP: Cy Young
    SP: Pete Alexander
    SP: Christy Mathewson
    SP: Bob Gibson
    SP: Roy Oswalt

    RP: Dizzy Dean
    RP: Catfish Hunter
    RP: Rollie Fingers
    CP: Billy Wagner

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  • W_Marone
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    MVP 2005
    Team: Oakland A's
    Platform: Xbox
    (simulated the first season, so im in a 2006 season)

    1st. Adam LaRoche
    2nd. Orlando Hudson
    3rd. Eric Chavez
    ss. Carlos Guillen
    C. Victor Martinez
    Lf. Adam Dunn
    CF. Mark Kotsay
    RF. Milton Bradley
    DH. Frank Thomas

    Starters:
    Barry Zito
    Rich Harden
    Matt Morris
    Josh Beckett
    Brandon Webb

    Relievers: Garcia (some prospect)
    Bradford
    Frank Fransisco
    Sirgeo Mitre(closer)
    Kirk Sarrloos
    other prospect, the made up guys

    Bench: Bobby Kielty
    Keith Ginter
    Jody Gerut
    Scott Hatteberg

    I think thats it, I didnt cheat either, Free agency year was sweet and I traded some prospects for some nice guys, what can I say I'm just that good.

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  • Yankee Legend
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    Team: Yankees
    Game: Baseball Mogul 2007
    Platform: PC

    CF Johnny Damon
    SS Derek Jeter
    RF Gary Sheffield
    3B Alex Rodriguez
    1B Jason Giambi
    LF Hideki Matsui
    C Jorge Posada
    2B Robinson Cano
    DH Bernie Williams

    SP Randy Johnson
    SP Mike Mussina
    SP Carl Pavano
    SP Matt DeSalvo
    SP Shawn Chacon
    LR Jaret Wright
    MR Ron Villone
    SR Tanyon Sturtze
    SR Octavio Dotel
    SU Kyle Farnsworth
    CL Mariano Rivera

    My record is 30-23. Damon is hitting .306. Johnson is 7-1 2.07 ERA.

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  • Francoeurstein
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    Game: The Show
    Team: The Brewers
    Platfrom: PSP

    C Chad Moeller/ Chris Gill
    1B Prince Fielder
    2B Rickie Weeks
    3B Corey Koskie
    SS Chone Figgins
    LF Carlos Lee
    CF Brady Clark
    RF Geoff Jenkins/ Ryan Stiles
    Bench
    Chris Gill
    Ryan Stiles
    David Matranga
    Gabe Gross
    Jeff Cirillo
    Picthing
    1. Sheets
    2. Cappy
    3. Beckett
    4. Davis
    5. Ohka
    LR Kolb
    MR Lehr
    MR Capellan
    MR De La Rosa
    SU Sheilds
    CP Turnbow

    Current record 2-3 Clark is hit .667 and Geoff Jenkins has two game wining homers.

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