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MVP Baseball 2004 Walkthrough

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MVP Baseball 2004
FAQ/Strategy Guide
Version 0.6
3/29/04
AJE
fanbaseballdrew@aol.com
www.suresportsbets.com


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			Table of Contents
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1.  Introduction
2.  Update History
3.  Controls
4.  Game Modes
5.  Manager Mode
6.  Jukebox/Lyrics
7.  Minor League Affiliates
8.  MLB Team Rankings
9.  AAA Team Rankings
10. AA Team Rankings
11. MLB Rosters
12. Stadiums
13. MVP Checklist
14. Legendary Teams
15. Legendary Players
16. Retro Jerseys
17. Classic Stadiums
18. Hitting/Pitching/Fielding/Running Help
19. Created Players (CAPS)
20. Sliders
21. Glitches
22. Credits
23. Legal Information



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1. Introduction
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Welcome to the ULTIMATE MVP Baseball 2004 guide.  Having trouble with your
game?   Mad because you can't win a game on MVP?  Well, you've came to the
right place to learn all the secrets, hints, and tips to suceed in this game.
I would play online to show you that I know what I'm talking about, but I can't
because I'm behind a firewall at a school that doesn't allow you to go on the
net if you don't have a web browser.  If anyone can fix this or help me
installing a web browser on my PS2, I would be very happy.  Anyway, if you are
a newbie to the game you can rework your game and find out all the information
here to win.  Need help on dynasty mode?  Then feel free to browse at the Table
of Contents and work your way down to the Dynasty section.  Need help on basic
hitting, fielding, or anything like that?  Well, look at the corresponding
sections for help.  Everything that you ever wanted to know about MVP Baseball
2004 will be in this guide sooner or later.  I love feedback on my work, so if
you guys can please drop me a line at: fanbaseballdrew@aol.com I would glady
appreciate it.  Hopefully, I'll be able to go online and play all the time with
you guys if I get the right connection.  Until then, check back frequently, 1-4
times a week, for an updated version of this guide.  Thank you, and enjoy!


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2. Update History
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March 29, 2004 (version 0.6) - Well, I'm not getting that much feedback on this
guide, so I'm going to start working on some new guides to spark my interest.
Everything about the game is basically in this guide, except some information
on the dynasty mode and all the player rankings.  All of these will be done
slowly but surely.  I added a great email I got about hte lefty glitch
regarding that it is false.  Check it out in the glitches section.  Other than
that, openning day starts tonight (yankees in japan) so I hope you guys enjoy.
EA also updated the rosters online frequently (rosters2) so make sure you get
them.

March 23, 2004 (version 0.5) - Alright, I'm back with updating this guide.
Sorry for the brief break, but I was busy finishing up my school work.  Added
some new CAPs and also added a Hitting/Pitching/Fielding/Running Help section
for this guide.  I'm working on a few new goodies that should be posted very
soon, so keep checking this guide.  Also, please send some feedback about how
you like this guide.  Thanks and enjoy!

March 17, 2004 (version 0.4) - Happy Saint Patrick's Day.  Added another CAP,
fixed the Houston rosters by adding the Hot/Cold zone and the Spray Chart.
Also, added the Oakland Athletics full roster.  Also, added all the teams Major
League Affiliates.

March 16, 2004 (version 0.3) - Added some new CAPs, some new lyrics to a few
songs, and added a Glitches section.  Also, added some more information to the
rosters.  This week is going to be a bit slow due to finals.  Once those are
over, things should be rolling again.

March 14, 2004 (version 0.2) - Ultimate update.  This guide is now 4X the size.
A lot of new goodies have been added. The rosters are taking me over a hour
each, so look for small updates in that situation.  Other then that, feel free
to look at all the features this guide has.  This guide is still NOWHERE near
where I want it to be, so look for updates everyday.

March 12, 2004 (version 0.1) - Three days after the official release of the
game the first version of this guide is up.  Rough draft of the guide, not that
much there because I haven't discovered much of the game yet.  Check back
frequently for updates on this guide.  Also, if you have any questions,
comments, suggestions feel free to e-mail me at: fanbaseballdrew@aol.com.
Enjoy!


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3. Controls
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Basically the controls in MVP Baseball 2004 are the same as MVP Baseball 2003
with a few nice additions.


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Menu Controls
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Highlight Menu Item		D-Button (up/down)
Cycle Choices/Move Sliders	D-Button (left/right)
Select/Go to next screen	X
Return to Previous Screen	Triangle


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Pitching
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Choose Pitch Location		Left Analog Stick
Throw a Pitch			X, Circle, Triangle, Square, R1 (hold, tap 2x)
Pickoff Attempt			L1 + Circle, Triangle, Square
Pitchout			L1 + X
Int. Walk A Batter		L1 + R3
Int. Hit A Batter		L1 + L3
Choose IF/OF Alignment		R2 Button (hold) + D Button
View Pitch History		L3 + L1
View Bullpen/Dugout Menu	L2 + D Button


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Batting
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Swing				X
Square To Bunt			R3 Button (release to pull back)


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BaseRunning
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Control runner At Base		Circle, Triangle, Square
Steal/Choose Base		D-Button (towards base)
Slide				Right Analog Up (Head-first)
				Right Analog Diagonal Up (Head First Left/Right)
				Right Analog Down (Pop-up Slide)
				Right Analog Diagonal Down (Hook Slide Left/Right)
				Right Analog Up (Dislodge Ball From Catcher)
Retreat Runner			D-Button (towards base)
Advance/Retreat Runners		L1/R1
Increase/Decreaste Leadoff	Right Analog Up (increase all)
				Right Analog Down (decrease all)
				Right Analog Left (increase lead)
				Right Analog Right (decrease lead)


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Fielding
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Move Fielder			Left Analog Stick
Change Fielders			L1
EA Sports Big Control		Right Analog
				Left/Right (dive/stretch for the ball)
				Up (Climb Wall, Jump Up)
				Down (Sliding Catch)
Throw To Bases			X, circle, Triangle, Square (Hold to Power)
Throw To Cut off Man		R1 Button (Hold to Power)


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4. Game Modes
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There are a ton of modes of play that you can participate in for MVP Baseball
2004.


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Exhibition
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This is your basic mode of gameplay.  Like the Play Now mode with more
features.  Set up how many innings you want to play and all those goodies here.


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Dynasty Mode
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Want to begin a 120 year dynasty?  Well, this is the place for you then!


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MVP Online
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Play with the best by hooking your Playstation 2 online and compete with
thousands of gamers.  Goodluck!


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Home Run Showdown
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Think you can hit the ball a mile before your friend or the computer?  Well,
this is the place for you then.  Play anywhere from 3,000 feet, 1 Mile, 7,500
feet, to 10,000 feet.


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Pitcher Showdown
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Think you can pitch well?  Well, this is the place for you then.  You attempt
to record 3, 6, 9 strikeouts with various point totals. Goodluck and hope that
you don't get Tommy John surgery anytime soon!


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Manager Mode
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Sit back, relax, and be the next manager.  Think it's a good time to hit and
run, well then tell your players to hit and run.  Surprisingly a very fun
aspect of MVP Baseball 2004.


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Scenario Editor
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Two outs, bottom of the ninth, bases load.  Always want to be in that
situation?  Then hop into Scenario Editor when you can throw yourself into any
game situation.


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5. Manager Mode
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One of the coolest new features to MVP Baseball 2004 is Manager Mode.  Though
many people may not fans of it due to it's simplicity, I think that it's really
fun to play around with.  It is very possible to win a lot more games then you
expect by doing the simple things in games.  Using Manager Mode, you can find
out what works the best and then apply it to real game situations.  In this
section of my guide, you will not only learn about all the features that
Manager Mode has, but also, you will find out my own personal strategy on how
to win throughout each respected category.


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			While Batting
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There are many options that you need to know when your team is up to bat.  Here
I have described all of the terms for you and have given you some my strategy
of how I use them.


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Swing Away
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This is your basic hit button.  If you want to hit the ball, tell your guy to
swing away.  You will use this almost all the time when you are leading off the
inning (other then if you are going to try to bunt your way on).  By using
"Swing Away" you can get a single, double, triple, homerun.  Also, you can
strikeout and get walked.


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Sac Bunt
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A sac bunt is a bunt that you know will almost always sacrifice the runner on
first base to second.  Most of the time you will get out by using the sac bunt
option, but you will usually move the runner up one base.  This would be use in
a no out situation with a runner on second.  The worse that can happen is that
you get thrown out at first, but move the runner to third base with only one
out.


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Bunt and Hit
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This is your basic bunt.  You can strikeout, walk, or foul out by using the
"Basic Bunt."  Most of the time, you will get out using this option, but it is
good when you have a pitcher up to bat who you don't want to subsitute.  Be
aware that you should never bunt on two strikes because you can strikeout even
if you make contact on a two strike bunt.


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Hit and Run
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The hit and run idea is used when you are trying to advance the runner from
first to third on a little outfield single.  Though this is a very risky play,
it can really help out your situation in scoring a run.  Though it may be
aggressive, I think that you should use it when you need to come back from an
early deficit.  Remember though, you can strikeout and get caught stealing
using this option, so be aware!  Always hit and run in manager mode when there
is two outs!


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Run and Hit
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Instead of the hitter running on contact, the hitter is swinging due to the
runner trying to advance.  This is a very dangerous play, and I highly do not
recommend it during gameplay.  The hit and run seems to have a much better
success rate in this game, so stick to that if you are trying to be aggressive.


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Steal
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Need to steal a base?  Well, this is where you go if you think that you can
outrun the catcher's arm.  Usually, I wouldn't steal a base with anyone who is
slower then a 86 speed in the game.  Though someone slower may get the stolen
base due to luck, it's not the smartest idea.  Also, I would only steal second
base, because third base is very hard to steal in Manager Mode.  I've seen Juan
Pierre do it a few times in this game, but other than that, it's almost
impossible.


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Pinch Hit
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This is your basic Pinch Hit option.  Don't like who is batting at the time?
Bench him for the game and sub in someone who you think will get the job done.
Remember though, the guy you bench can't come back in the game.


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Pinch Run
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Bottom of the ninth, down by one, with no outs with a runner on first.  Instead
of having someone with no speed on first, put a guy with major wheels by pinch
running.  Though the pinch runner will take his place for the whole game, it's
very wise to use in a situation where you think that increasing your
baserunners speed will substantially give you a much better chance of scoring.


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Defensive Sub
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Your third baseman already has two errors in the game that has changed the
whole momentum of the game.  Rather then keeping him in to screw up again, sub
him in for a better glove.  Remember though, usually putting in defensive subs
decreases your chances on offense to score due to the guy you are taking out is
probably a much better hitter than the guy you replacing him with.


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Quit
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Quits out of Manager Mode.


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			While Pitching
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There are many options that you need to know when your team is out on the
field.  Here I have described all of the terms for you and have given you some
my strategy of how I use them.


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Pitch Batter
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This is your basic pitch feature where you pitch to the batter.  Usually this
results in a hit, out, or strikeout.  I use this almost all the time when the
game isn't on the line.


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Pitch Around
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I think the Pitch Around option is the best option when pitching to guys you
know who can change the game on one swing of the bat.  When Pujols, ARod,
Helton, or any other major power hitter comes up to bat, I always pitch around.
The funny thing about this option is that you can still strike the guy out or
get the guy to ground/pop out.  I think this is the most successful pitch to
throw when you are going up against a great hitter.


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Walk Batter
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Easier than said.  Hit the walk batter, and you'll put the man on first base
with one click.  Two outs with runners on second and third?  Walk their stud
batter to face a guy that doesn't have as good as a shot of hitting the ball.
Not only will this increase your chances of getting out of the inning, but it
will create forces at every base.


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Hit Batter
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Just gave up a big homerun last inning to the guy you are facing again?
Instead of putting him on first by walking him, hit him and make him pay for
his homerun.  Remember though, there is always a chance that you may get
ejected for doing this especially if you do it more then once in a game.


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Sub Pitcher
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Stamina meter is low?  Then sub your pitcher to get a harder thrower on the
mound.  I usually always sub my pitchers in the beginning of the 7th inning,
just to make sure that their arm doesn't fall off by the end of the season.


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Def. Sub
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Your third baseman already has two errors in the game that has changed the
whole momentum of the game.  Rather then keeping him in to screw up again, sub
him in for a better glove.  Remember though, usually putting in defensive subs
decreases your chances on offense to score due to the guy you are taking out is
probably a much better hitter than the guy you replacing him with.


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Quit
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Quits out of Manager Mode.


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6. Jukebox/Lyrics
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Like all the major EA games, MVP Baseball 2004 is no different with their great
jukebox.  Though it may not be most people's favorite music, it will keep you
pumped throughout the game.  If you have lyrics for these songs, please send
them in ASAP.  Thank you.


1.  stellastar*		"My Coco"		(album: stellastar*)
2.  Steriogram		"Walkie Talkie Man"	(album: Schmack!)
3.  Seven Wiser		"Take Me as I Am"	(album: Seven Wiser)
4.  Home Town Hero	"Robbers"		(album: ***** City)
5.  Chronic Future	"Time & Time Again"	(album: A Chronic Future)
6.  The Von Bodies	"C'mon C'mon"		(album: Pawn Shoppe Heart)
7.  Snow Patrol		"Spitting Games"	(album: Final Straw)
8.  Trustcompany	"Surfacing"		(album: True Parallels)
9.  Hoodoo Gurus	"Bittersweet"		(album: Mars Needs Guitars)
10. Lucky Boys Confusion "Hey Driver"		(album: Commitment)
11. Maxeen		"Please"		(album: Maxeen)
12. To My Surprise	"Get it To Go"		(album: To My Surprise)
13. Jonny Lives!	"Get Steady"		(album: Tabloid Nation)


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			"My Coco"
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Cool my brains and soothe my head
Stimulate me my Co-co-co
Sneak into my empty bed
And educate me my Co-co-co

In the summer in the spring
In public places my Co-co-co
On an island far away
Lemonade me my Co-co-co

And when I was down and failing life
You can't save me my Co-co-co
And when they said I'm telling lies
You believed me my Co-co-co

And through the noise I heard a song
You were singing my Co-co-co
And when you said that nothings wrong
I believed you my Co-co-co

But you were gone when I came through
And I remember you- first
When someday I'll dance with you
When I'm dreaming my Co-co-co

I sat alone and I didn't care
I sat two years in the same old chair
I saw three roads and I didn't know
Which way to go-go-go

I need some help from a little love
I need some help from a little above
And you were there I'm still in love
I wont forget Coco

I won't forget you Coco [X3]
I won't forget you no no [X4]

Because your my Coco, your my Coco, My Coco
Your my Coco, Yeah, my Coco


[ www.azlyrics.com ]
mpearce4@cox.net


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			"Walkie Talkie"
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Verse 1
Well you're walkin and a talkin
And a movin and a groovin
And a hippin and a hoppin
And a pickin and a boppin
Those bods are being bad
You better take a stand
You gonna wake up that thing in your hand
You're looking all around
There is trouble to be found
Make sure when you find it you get to say it loud
Gotta code three
Need back up
Bring me
My bright pink fluro jacket

Chorus
He's fat and he don't run too fast
But he's faster than me
Last night at the show we saw him
Going out of his tree

Well you're walkin and a talkin
You're my walkie talkie man
Well you're walkin and a talkin
Go Go Go Go

Verse 2
Well you're walkin and a talkin
And a freakin and a yellin
And a bossin and a speakin
And a lookin and a pointin
Always tell us what to do
With your high top shoes
And you wave your torch
With your black short shorts
Don't let em get away
Don't think they can play
Nail 'em to the wall
Cause you really need to say
Gotta code three
Need back up
Bring me
My bright pink fluro jacket


-donated by: Hugelyrics.com


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			"Spitting Games"
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I broke into your house last night
And left a note at your bedside
I'm far too shy to speak to you at school
You leave me numb and I don't know why

I find it easier to sit and stare
Than push my limbs out towards you right
My heart is bursting in your perfect eyes
As blue as oceans and as pure as skies

I struggle for the words and then give up
My heads up with the birds on the t-hut
A little piece of mind that I know better
That the plain disgrace of all my letters

After that the floodgates opened up
And I fell in love with everyone I saw
Take your time I'm not in any rush
And it's in everything I ever write

It's not as if I need the extra weight
Confused enough by life so thanks a lot
Lonely written words for company
Just raise the roof this once and follow me


[ www.azlyrics.com ]
mpearce4@cox.net


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			"Hey Driver"
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Sparks fly, i hit the ground running
Thumb in the air on the side of the road
Good work.. never comes easy
Hey Driver to the top of the world [x2]
Come on i'm not full of my right shoulder with confidence

[Chorus:]
and here i come
westbound
leave the motor running because i'm on the run
in this crowded world i'll be high waiting when the last train comes

Dark Skies, i feel my heels burning
False hi's to the end of the road
No doubt, i've got alot of learning
Hey driver to the top of the road
Come on i'm not full of my right shoulder with confidence

[Chorus]

Sparks fly, i hit the ground running
I'm in the air on the side of the road
Good work.. never comes easy
Hey Driver to the top of the world
Sparks fly, i hit the ground running
Time stops at the end of the road
The big life, big deals, beginnings,
Hey Driver to the top of the world [x9]


-donated by: Jared Cardoza


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7.  Minor League Affiliates
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Here is the list of the Minor League teams that are affiliated with the MLB
teams.


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MLB Team: 		Anaheim Angles (ANA)
AAA Affiliate:		Salt Lake Stingers (SL)
AA Affiliate:		Arkansas Travelers (ARK)

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MLB Team: 		Arizona Diambondback (ARI)
AAA Affiliate:		Tuscon Sidewinders (TUC)
AA Affiliate:		El Paso Diablos (EP)

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MLB Team: 		Atlanta Braves (ATL
AAA Affiliate:		Richmond Braves (RIC)
AA Affiliate:		Greenville Braves (GRE)

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MLB Team: 		Baltimore Orioles (BAL)
AAA Affiliate:		Ottawa Lynx (OTT)
AA Affiliate:		Bowie Baysox (BOW)

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MLB Team: 		Boston Red Sox (BOS)
AAA Affiliate:		Pawtucket Red Sox (PAW)
AA Affiliate:		Portland Sea Dogs (PSD)

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MLB Team: 		Chicago Cubs (CHC)
AAA Affiliate:		Iowa Cubs (IOW)
AA Affiliate:		West Tenn Diamond Jaxx (WT)

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MLB Team: 		Chicago White Sox (CHS)
AAA Affiliate:		Charlotte Knights (CHA)
AA Affiliate:		Birmingham Barons (BIR)

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MLB Team: 		Cincinnati Reds (CIN)
AAA Affiliate:		Louisville Bats (LOU)
AA Affiliate:		Chattanooga Lookouts (CHT)

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MLB Team: 		Cleveland Indians (CLE)
AAA Affiliate:		Buffalo Bisons (BUF)
AA Affiliate:		Akron Aeros (ARK)

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MLB Team: 		Colorado Rockies (COL)
AAA Affiliate:		Colorado Springs Sky Sox (CS)
AA Affiliate:		Tulsa Drillers (TUL)

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MLB Team: 		Detroit Tigers (DET)
AAA Affiliate:		Toledo Mud Hens (TOL)
AA Affiliate:		Erie SeaWolves (ERI)

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MLB Team: 		Florida Marlins (FLA)
AAA Affiliate:		Albuquerque Isotopes (ALB)
AA Affiliate:		Carolina Mudcats (CAR)

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MLB Team: 		Houston Astros (HOU)
AAA Affiliate:		New Orleans Zephyrs (NO)
AA Affiliate:		Round Rock Express (RR)

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MLB Team: 		Kansas City Royals (KC)
AAA Affiliate:		Omaha Royals (OMA)
AA Affiliate:		Wichita Wranglers (WIC)

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MLB Team: 		Los Angeles Dodgers (LA)
AAA Affiliate:		Las Vegas 51s (LV)
AA Affiliate:		Jacksonville Suns (JAX)

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MLB Team: 		Milwaukee Brewers (MIL)
AAA Affiliate:		Indianapolis Indians (IND)
AA Affiliate:		Huntsville Stars (HUN)

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MLB Team: 		Minnesota Twins (MIN)
AAA Affiliate:		Rochester Red Wings (ROC)
AA Affiliate:		New Britain Rock Cats (NB)

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MLB Team: 		Montreal Expos (MON)
AAA Affiliate:		Edmonton Trappers (EDM)
AA Affiliate:		Harrisburg Senators (HAR)

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MLB Team: 		New York Mets (NYM)
AAA Affiliate:		Norfolk Tides (NOR)
AA Affiliate:		Binghamton Mets (BNG)

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MLB Team: 		New York Yankees (NYY)
AAA Affiliate:		Columbus Clippers (CLS)
AA Affiliate:		Trenton Thunder (TRE)

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MLB Team: 		Oakland Athletics (OAK)
AAA Affiliate:		Sacramento River Cats (SAC)
AA Affiliate:		Midland RockHounds (MID)

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MLB Team: 		Philadelphia Philles (PHI)
AAA Affiliate:		Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons (SWB)
AA Affiliate:		Reading Phillies (REA)

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MLB Team: 		Pittsburgh Pirates (PIT)
AAA Affiliate:		Nashville Sounds (NSH)
AA Affiliate:		Altoona Curve (ALT)

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MLB Team: 		San Diego Padres (SD)
AAA Affiliate:		Portland Beavers (POR)
AA Affiliate:		Mobile BayBears (MOB)

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MLB Team: 		San Francisco Giants (SF)
AAA Affiliate:		Fresno Grizzlies (FRE)
AA Affiliate:		Norwich Navigators (NOW)

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MLB Team: 		Seattle Mariners (SEA)
AAA Affiliate:		Tacoma Rainiers (TAC)
AA Affiliate:		San Antonio Missions (SA)

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MLB Team: 		St. Louis Cardinals (STL)
AAA Affiliate:		Memphis Redbirds (MEM)
AA Affiliate:		Tennessee Smokies (TEN)

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MLB Team: 		Tampa Bay Devil Rays (TB)
AAA Affiliate:		Durham Bulls (DUR)
AA Affiliate:		Montgomery Biscuits (MNT)

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MLB Team: 		Texas Rangers (TEX)
AAA Affiliate:		Oklahoma RedHawks (OKL)
AA Affiliate:		Frisco RoughRiders (FRI)

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MLB Team: 		Toronto Blue Jays (TOR)
AAA Affiliate:		Syracuse SkyChiefs (SYR)
AA Affiliate:		New Hampshire Fisher Cats (NH)


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8. MLB Team Rankings
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Here are the MLB Team Rankings for MVP Baseball 2004.  Further down in the
guide, there is my personal rankings for the teams in the game.


Team Name:		Anaheim Angels
Pitching:		17th
Hitting:		12th
Fielding:		29th
Baserunning:		9th
Overall:		13th

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Team Name:		Arizona Diamondbacks
Pitching:		19th
Hitting:		15th
Fielding:		9th
Baserunning:		22nd
Overall:		17th

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Team Name:		Atlanta Braves
Pitching:		21st
Hitting:		13th
Fielding:		22nd
Baserunning:		21st
Overall:		19th

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Team Name:		Baltimore Orioles
Pitching:		26th
Hitting:		6th
Fielding:		4th
Baserunning:		16th
Overall:		12th

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Team Name:		Boston Red Sox
Pitching:		7th
Hitting:		3rd
Fielding:		31st
Baserunning:		14th
Overall:		4th

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Team Name:		Chicago Cubs
Pitching:		4th
Hitting:		16th
Fielding:		30th
Baserunning:		23rd
Overall:		8th

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Team Name:		Chicago White Sox
Pitching:		15th
Hitting:		8th
Fielding:		13th
Baserunning:		27th
Overall:		7th

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Team Name:		Cincinnati Reds
Pitching:		29th
Hitting:		28th
Fielding:		23rd
Baserunning:		30th
Overall:		32nd

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Team Name:		Cleveland Indians
Pitching:		20th
Hitting:		21st
Fielding:		21st
Baserunning:		18th
Overall:		26th

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Team Name:		Colorado Rockies
Pitching:		31st
Hitting:		7th
Fielding:		19th
Baserunning:		28th
Overall:		24th

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Team Name:		Detroit Tigers
Pitching:		30th
Hitting:		22nd
Fielding:		32nd
Baserunning:		8th
Overall:		29th

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Team Name:		Florida Marlins
Pitching:		9th
Hitting:		29th
Fielding:		8th
Baserunning:		6th
Overall:		16th

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Team Name:		Houston Astros
Pitching:		13th
Hitting:		14th
Fielding:		6th
Baserunning:		24th
Overall:		10th

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Team Name:		Kansas City Royals
Pitching:		23rd
Hitting:		11th
Fielding:		20th
Baserunning:		7th
Overall:		15th

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Team Name:		Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitching:		6th
Hitting:		32nd
Fielding:		24th
Baserunning:		10th
Overall:		20th

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Team Name:		Milwaukee Brewers
Pitching:		28th
Hitting:		26th
Fielding:		17th
Baserunning:		17th
Overall:		30th

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Team Name:		Minnesota Twins
Pitching:		25th
Hitting:		17th
Fielding:		10th
Baserunning:		15th
Overall:		21st

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Team Name:		Montreal Expos
Pitching:		12th
Hitting:		23rd
Fielding:		25th
Baserunning:		12th
Overall:		18th

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Team Name:		New York Mets
Pitching:		16th
Hitting:		31st
Fielding:		27th
Baserunning:		20th
Overall:		28th

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Team Name:		New York Yankees
Pitching:		1st
Hitting:		5th
Fielding:		18th
Baserunning:		3rd
Overall:		3rd

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Team Name:		Oakland Athletics
Pitching:		5th
Hitting:		24th
Fielding:		11th
Baserunning:		31st
Overall:		14th

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Team Name:		Philadelphia Phillies
Pitching:		11th
Hitting:		19th
Fielding:		3rd
Baserunning:		19th
Overall:		11th

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Team Name:		Pittsburgh Pirates
Pitching:		27th
Hitting:		30th
Fielding:		26th
Baserunning:		26th
Overall:		31st

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Team Name:		San Diego Padres
Pitching:		22nd
Hitting:		18th
Fielding:		16th
Baserunning:		25th
Overall:		25th

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Team Name:		San Francisco Giants
Pitching:		14th
Hitting:		27th
Fielding:		2nd
Baserunning:		29th
Overall:		23rd

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Team Name:		Seattle Mariners
Pitching:		8th
Hitting:		20th
Fielding:		1st
Baserunning:		4th
Overall:		6th

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Team Name:		St. Louis Cardinals
Pitching:		18th
Hitting:		4th
Fielding:		12th
Baserunning:		13th
Overall:		5th

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Team Name:		Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Pitching:		24th
Hitting:		25th
Fielding:		14th
Baserunning:		5th
Overall:		27th

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Team Name:		Texas Rangers
Pitching:		32nd
Hitting:		10th
Fielding:		15th
Baserunning:		11th
Overall:		22nd

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Team Name:		Toronto Blue Jays
Pitching:		10th
Hitting:		9th
Fielding:		28th
Baserunning:		32nd
Overall:		9th

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Team Name:		AL All-Stars
Pitching:		3rd
Hitting:		2nd
Fielding:		5th
Baserunning:		1st
Overall:		2nd

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Team Name:		NL All-Stars
Pitching:		2nd
Hitting:		1st
Fielding:		7th
Baserunning:		2nd
Overall:		1st


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9. AAA Team Rankings
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Here are the AAA Team Rankings for MVP Baseball 2004.


Team Name:		Albuquerque Isotopes
Pitching:		9th
Hitting:		29th
Fielding:		8th
Baserunning:		6th
Overall:		16th

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Team Name:		Buffalo Bisons
Pitching:		20th
Hitting:		21st
Fielding:		21st
Baserunning:		18th
Overall:		26th

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Team Name:		Charlotte Knights
Pitching:		15th
Hitting:		8th
Fielding:		13th
Baserunning:		27th
Overall:		7th

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Team Name:		Columbus Clippers
Pitching:		1st
Hitting:		5th
Fielding:		18th
Baserunning:		3rd
Overall:		3rd

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Team Name:		Colorado Springs Sky Sox
Pitching:		31st
Hitting:		7th
Fielding:		19th
Baserunning:		28th
Overall:		24th

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Team Name:		Durham Bulls
Pitching:		24th
Hitting:		25th
Fielding:		14th
Baserunning:		5th
Overall:		27th

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Team Name:		Edmonton Trappers
Pitching:		12th
Hitting:		23rd
Fielding:		25th
Baserunning:		12th
Overall:		18th

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Team Name:		Fresno Grizzilies
Pitching:		14th
Hitting:		27th
Fielding:		2nd
Baserunning:		29th
Overall:		23rd

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Team Name:		Indianapolis Indians
Pitching:		28th
Hitting:		26th
Fielding:		17th
Baserunning:		17th
Overall:		30th

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Team Name:		Iowa Cubs
Pitching:		4th
Hitting:		16th
Fielding:		30th
Baserunning:		23rd
Overall:		8th

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Team Name:		Las Vegas 51's
Pitching:		6th
Hitting:		32nd
Fielding:		24th
Baserunning:		10th
Overall:		20th

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Team Name:		Louisville Bats
Pitching:		29th
Hitting:		28th
Fielding:		23rd
Baserunning:		30th
Overall:		32nd

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Team Name:		Memphis Redbirds
Pitching:		18th
Hitting:		4th
Fielding:		12th
Baserunning:		13th
Overall:		5th

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Team Name:		Nashville Sounds
Pitching:		27th
Hitting:		30th
Fielding:		26th
Baserunning:		26th
Overall:		31st

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Team Name:		New Orleans Zephyrs
Pitching:		13th
Hitting:		14th
Fielding:		6th
Baserunning:		24th
Overall:		10th

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Team Name:		Norfolk Tides
Pitching:		16th
Hitting:		31st
Fielding:		27th
Baserunning:		20th
Overall:		28th

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Team Name:		Oklahoma RedHawks
Pitching:		32nd
Hitting:		10th
Fielding:		15th
Baserunning:		11th
Overall:		22nd

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Team Name:		Omaha Royals
Pitching:		23rd
Hitting:		11th
Fielding:		20th
Baserunning:		7th
Overall:		15th

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Team Name:		Ottawa Lynx
Pitching:		26th
Hitting:		6th
Fielding:		4th
Baserunning:		16th
Overall:		12th

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Team Name:		Pawtucket Red Sox
Pitching:		7th
Hitting:		3rd
Fielding:		31st
Baserunning:		14th
Overall:		4th

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Team Name:		Portland Beavers
Pitching:		22nd
Hitting:		18th
Fielding:		16th
Baserunning:		25th
Overall:		25th

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Team Name:		Richmond Braves
Pitching:		21st
Hitting:		13th
Fielding:		22nd
Baserunning:		21st
Overall:		19th

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Team Name:		Rochester Red Wings
Pitching:		25th
Hitting:		17th
Fielding:		10th
Baserunning:		15th
Overall:		21st

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Team Name:		Sacramento River Cats
Pitching:		5th
Hitting:		24th
Fielding:		11th
Baserunning:		31st
Overall:		14th

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Team Name:		Salt Lake Stingers
Pitching:		17th
Hitting:		12th
Fielding:		29th
Baserunning:		9th
Overall:		13th

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Team Name:		S/W-B Red Barons
Pitching:		11th
Hitting:		19th
Fielding:		3rd
Baserunning:		19th
Overall:		11th

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Team Name:		Syracuse SkyChiefs
Pitching:		10th
Hitting:		9th
Fielding:		28th
Baserunning:		32nd
Overall:		9th

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Team Name:		Tacoma Rainiers
Pitching:		8th
Hitting:		20th
Fielding:		1st
Baserunning:		4th
Overall:		6th

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Team Name:		Toledo Mud Hens
Pitching:		30th
Hitting:		22nd
Fielding:		32nd
Baserunning:		8th
Overall:		29th

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Team Name:		Tuscon Sidewinders
Pitching:		19th
Hitting:		15th
Fielding:		9th
Baserunning:		22nd
Overall:		17th


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10. AA Team Rankings
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Here are the AA Team Rankings for MVP Baseball 2004.


Team Name:		Akron Aeros
Pitching:		20th
Hitting:		21st
Fielding:		21st
Baserunning:		18th
Overall:		26th

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Team Name:		Altoona Curve
Pitching:		27th
Hitting:		30th
Fielding:		26th
Baserunning:		26th
Overall:		31st

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Team Name:		Arkansas Travelers
Pitching:		17th
Hitting:		12th
Fielding:		29th
Baserunning:		9th
Overall:		13th

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Team Name:		Binghamton Mets
Pitching:		16th
Hitting:		31st
Fielding:		27th
Baserunning:		20th
Overall:		28th

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Team Name:		Birmingham Barons
Pitching:		15th
Hitting:		8th
Fielding:		13th
Baserunning:		27th
Overall:		7th

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Team Name:		Bowie Baysox
Pitching:		26th
Hitting:		6th
Fielding:		4th
Baserunning:		16th
Overall:		12th

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Team Name:		Cardinal Mudcats
Pitching:		9th
Hitting:		29th
Fielding:		8th
Baserunning:		6th
Overall:		16th

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Team Name:		Chattanooga Lookouts
Pitching:		29th
Hitting:		28th
Fielding:		23rd
Baserunning:		30th
Overall:		32nd

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Team Name:		El Paso Diablos
Pitching:		19th
Hitting:		15th
Fielding:		9th
Baserunning:		22nd
Overall:		17th

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Team Name:		Erie SeaWolves
Pitching:		30th
Hitting:		22nd
Fielding:		32nd
Baserunning:		8th
Overall:		29th

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Team Name:		Frisco RoughRiders
Pitching:		32nd
Hitting:		10th
Fielding:		15th
Baserunning:		11th
Overall:		22nd

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Team Name:		Greenville Braves
Pitching:		21st
Hitting:		13th
Fielding:		22nd
Baserunning:		21st
Overall:		19th

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Team Name:		Harrisburg Senators
Pitching:		12th
Hitting:		23rd
Fielding:		25th
Baserunning:		12th
Overall:		18th

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Team Name:		Huntsville Stars
Pitching:		28th
Hitting:		26th
Fielding:		17th
Baserunning:		17th
Overall:		30th

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Team Name:		Jacksonville Suns
Pitching:		6th
Hitting:		32nd
Fielding:		24th
Baserunning:		10th
Overall:		20th

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Team Name:		Midland RockHounds
Pitching:		5th
Hitting:		24th
Fielding:		11th
Baserunning:		31st
Overall:		14th

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Team Name:		Mobile Baybears
Pitching:		22nd
Hitting:		18th
Fielding:		16th
Baserunning:		25th
Overall:		25th

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Team Name:		Montgomery Biscuits
Pitching:		24th
Hitting:		25th
Fielding:		14th
Baserunning:		5th
Overall:		27th

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Team Name:		New Britain Rock Cats
Pitching:		25th
Hitting:		17th
Fielding:		10th
Baserunning:		15th
Overall:		21st

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Team Name:		New Hampshire Fisher Cats
Pitching:		10th
Hitting:		9th
Fielding:		28th
Baserunning:		32nd
Overall:		9th

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Team Name:		Norwich Navigators
Pitching:		14th
Hitting:		27th
Fielding:		2nd
Baserunning:		29th
Overall:		23rd

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Team Name:		Portland Sea Dogs
Pitching:		7th
Hitting:		3rd
Fielding:		31st
Baserunning:		14th
Overall:		4th

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Team Name:		Reading Phillies
Pitching:		11th
Hitting:		19th
Fielding:		3rd
Baserunning:		19th
Overall:		11th

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Team Name:		Round Rock Express
Pitching:		13th
Hitting:		14th
Fielding:		6th
Baserunning:		24th
Overall:		10th

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Team Name:		San Antonio Missions
Pitching:		8th
Hitting:		20th
Fielding:		1st
Baserunning:		4th
Overall:		6th

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Team Name:		Tennessee Smokies
Pitching:		18th
Hitting:		4th
Fielding:		12th
Baserunning:		13th
Overall:		5th

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Team Name:		Trenton Thunder
Pitching:		1st
Hitting:		5th
Fielding:		18th
Baserunning:		3rd
Overall:		3rd

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Team Name:		Tulsa Drillers
Pitching:		31st
Hitting:		7th
Fielding:		19th
Baserunning:		28th
Overall:		24th

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Team Name:		W.T. Diamond Jaxx
Pitching:		4th
Hitting:		16th
Fielding:		30th
Baserunning:		23rd
Overall:		8th

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Team Name:		Wichita Wranglers
Pitching:		23rd
Hitting:		11th
Fielding:		20th
Baserunning:		7th
Overall:		15th


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11. MLB Rosters
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Here are the rosters for the teams in MVP Baseball 2004.  These are the default
rosters that came with the game.


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			Anaheim Angels
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Name:			David Eckstein
Position:		SS
Number:			22
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		2B
Age:			29
Height:			5 feet, 7 inches
Weight:			165 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	66
Contact vs LHP:		69
Power vs. RHP:		43
Power vs LHP:		48
Bunting:		90
Plate Discipline:	70
Durability:		80
Speed:			82
Stealing Aggressive:	80
Baserunning Abilitiy:	70
Fielding:		75
Range:			80
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	75
AVG:			.252
HR:			3
RBI:			31
Runs:			59
SB:			16
Hits:			114
OBP:			.325
Slugging Percentage:	.325
Career Games:		425
Career Hits:		458
Career Average:		.279
Career Homeruns:	15
Career RBI:		135
Career Runs:		248
Career SB:		66


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 44%	       33%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
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Name:			Darin Erstad
Position:		1B
Number:			17
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			29
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			210 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	65
Contact vs LHP:		81
Power vs. RHP:		46
Power vs LHP:		56
Bunting:		70
Plate Discipline:	60
Durability:		65
Speed:			82
Stealing Aggressive:	70
Baserunning Abilitiy:	99
Fielding:		90
Range:			95
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	80
AVG:			.252
HR:			4
RBI:			17
Runs:			35
SB:			9
Hits:			65
OBP:			.309
Slugging Percentage:	.333
Career Games:		1002
Career Hits:		1172
Career Average:		.289
Career Homeruns:	100
Career RBI:		485
Career Runs:		645
Career SB:		143


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        22%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 39%	       39%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
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Name:			Vladimir Guerrero
Position:		RF
Number:			27
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			220 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	93
Contact vs LHP:		96
Power vs. RHP:		87
Power vs LHP:		95
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	70
Durability:		95
Speed:			81
Stealing Aggressive:	90
Baserunning Abilitiy:	70
Fielding:		80
Range:			90
Throwing Strength:	99
Throwing Accuracy:	75
AVG:			.330
HR:			25
RBI:			79
Runs:			71
SB:			9
Hits:			130
OBP:			.426
Slugging Percentage:	.586
Career Games:		1004
Career Hits:		1215
Career Average:		.323
Career Homeruns:	234
Career RBI:		702
Career Runs:		641
Career SB:		123


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 47%	       30%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
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Name:			Garret Anderson
Position:		CF
Number:			16
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			31
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			225 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	92
Contact vs LHP:		88
Power vs. RHP:		86
Power vs LHP:		71
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	60
Durability:		95
Speed:			60
Stealing Aggressive:	30
Baserunning Abilitiy:	65
Fielding:		70
Range:			70
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.315
HR:			29
RBI:			116
Runs:			80
SB:			6
Hits:			201
OBP:			.345
Slugging Percentage:	.541
Career Games:		1365
Career Hits:		1633
Career Average:		.299
Career Homeruns:	193
Career RBI:		872
Career Runs:		703
Career SB:		66


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



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	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Troy Glaus
Position:		3B
Number:			25
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			27
Height:			6 feet, 5 inches
Weight:			240 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	62
Contact vs LHP:		80
Power vs. RHP:		84
Power vs LHP:		62
Bunting:		0
Plate Discipline:	85
Durability:		90
Speed:			67
Stealing Aggressive:	55
Baserunning Abilitiy:	85
Fielding:		75
Range:			80
Throwing Strength:	95
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.248
HR:			16
RBI:			50
Runs:			53
SB:			7
Hits:			79
OBP:			.343
Slugging Percentage:	.464
Career Games:		769
Career Hits:		696
Career Average:		.253
Career Homeruns:	164
Career RBI:		473
Career Runs:		476
Career SB:		47


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



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  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|





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Name:			Jose Guillen
Position:		LF
Number:			6
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			27
Height:			5 feet, 11 inches
Weight:			190 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	85
Contact vs LHP:		85
Power vs. RHP:		87
Power vs LHP:		81
Bunting:		50
Plate Discipline:	55
Durability:		65
Speed:			69
Stealing Aggressive:	70
Baserunning Abilitiy:	40
Fielding:		65
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	70
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.311
HR:			31
RBI:			86
Runs:			77
SB:			1
Hits:			151
OBP:			.359
Slugging Percentage:	.569
Career Games:		750
Career Hits:		684
Career Average:		.270
Career Homeruns:	83
Career RBI:		354
Career Runs:		316
Career SB:		15


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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  	  /			      \
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	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Tim Salmon
Position:		RF
Number:			15
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			35
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			235 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	75
Contact vs LHP:		77
Power vs. RHP:		68
Power vs LHP:		74
Bunting:		0
Plate Discipline:	80
Durability:		50
Speed:			53
Stealing Aggressive:	40
Baserunning Abilitiy:	75
Fielding:		80
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	90
Throwing Accuracy:	80
AVG:			.275
HR:			19
RBI:			72
Runs:			78
SB:			3
Hits:			145
OBP:			.374
Slugging Percentage:	.464
Career Games:		1536
Career Hits:		1571
Career Average:		.284
Career Homeruns:	288
Career RBI:		966
Career Runs:		941
Career SB:		47


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|




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  	  /			      \
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	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Bengie Molina
Position:		Catcher
Number:			1
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			29
Height:			5 feet, 11 inches
Weight:			220 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	81
Contact vs LHP:		81
Power vs. RHP:		56
Power vs LHP:		80
Bunting:		65
Plate Discipline:	50
Durability:		55
Speed:			44
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		80
Range:			80
Throwing Strength:	85
Throwing Accuracy:	80
AVG:			.281
HR:			14
RBI:			71
Runs:			37
SB:			1
Hits:			115
OBP:			.304
Slugging Percentage:	.443
Career Games:		500
Career Hits:		464
Career Average:		.267
Career Homeruns:	40
Career RBI:		239
Career Runs:		169
Career SB:		2


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



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  	  /			      \
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	|_______________________________|





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Name:			Adam Kennedy
Position:		2B
Number:			2
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			185 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	79
Contact vs LHP:		65
Power vs. RHP:		57
Power vs LHP:		49
Bunting:		70
Plate Discipline:	65
Durability:		65
Speed:			80
Stealing Aggressive:	65
Baserunning Abilitiy:	90
Fielding:		65
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	60
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.269
HR:			13
RBI:			49
Runs:			71
SB:			22
Hits:			121
OBP:			.344
Slugging Percentage:	.399
Career Games:		613
Career Hits:		583
Career Average:		.277
Career Homeruns:	36
Career RBI:		229
Career Runs:		278
Career SB:		73


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



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  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jose Molina
Position:		Catcher
Number:			28
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			215 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	45
Contact vs LHP:		62
Power vs. RHP:		40
Power vs LHP:		41
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	50
Durability:		55
Speed:			48
Stealing Aggressive:	55
Baserunning Abilitiy:	10
Fielding:		65
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	80
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.184
HR:			0
RBI:			6
Runs:			12
SB:			0
Hits:			21
OBP:			.210
Slugging Percentage:	.219
Career Games:		107
Career Hits:		55
Career Average:		.229
Career Homeruns:	2
Career RBI:		16
Career Runs:		28
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
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	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Chone Figgins
Position:		2B
Number:			7
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Switch
Second Postion:		Utility
Age:			26
Height:			5 feet, 9 inches
Weight:			155 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	81
Contact vs LHP:		78
Power vs. RHP:		46
Power vs LHP:		46
Bunting:		70
Plate Discipline:	50
Durability:		65
Speed:			92
Stealing Aggressive:	85
Baserunning Abilitiy:	75
Fielding:		70
Range:			70
Throwing Strength:	70
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.296
HR:			0
RBI:			27
Runs:			34
SB:			13
Hits:			71
OBP:			.345
Slugging Percentage:	.367
Career Games:		86
Career Hits:		73
Career Average:		.290
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		28
Career Runs:		40
Career SB:		15


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|



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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Barry Wesson
Position:		CF
Number:			64
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			26
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			195 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	52
Contact vs LHP:		49
Power vs. RHP:		58
Power vs LHP:		42
Bunting:		65
Plate Discipline:	55
Durability:		70
Speed:			75
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		80
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	60
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.182
HR:			1
RBI:			3
Runs:			2
SB:			1
Hits:			2
OBP:			.182
Slugging Percentage:	.455
Career Games:		25
Career Hits:		6
Career Average:		.194
Career Homeruns:	1
Career RBI:		4
Career Runs:		3
Career SB:		1


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jeff DaVanon
Position:		RF
Number:			20
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Switch
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			30
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			185 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	72
Contact vs LHP:		55
Power vs. RHP:		59
Power vs LHP:		68
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	80
Durability:		70
Speed:			79
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	40
Fielding:		70
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	80
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.282
HR:			12
RBI:			43
Runs:			56
SB:			17
Hits:			93
OBP:			.360
Slugging Percentage:	.445
Career Games:		186
Career Hits:		119
Career Average:		.254
Career Homeruns:	19
Career RBI:		60
Career Runs:		70
Career SB:		19


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
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	|_______________________________|




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Name:			Bartolo Colon
Position:		SP
Number:			39
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			30
Height:			5 feet, 11 inches
Weight:			240 pounds
IP:			242.0
Wins:			15
Losses:			13
Saves:			0
ERA:			3.87
Strikeouts:		173
Walks:			67
OPP Avg:		.248
Career Games:		213
Career IP:		1388.2
Career Wins:		100
Career Losses:		62
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	1120
Career Walks:		525
Career ERA:		3.86
Stamina:		97
Pickoff:		70
4-Seam Fastball:	92
Changeup:		77
Curveball:		69
Slider:			71
2-Seam Fastball:	79
Contact vs. RHP:	29
Contact vs LHP:		21
Power vs. RHP:		24
Power vs LHP:		33
Bunting:		50
Plate Discipline:	0
Durability:		95
Speed:			46
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		50
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		213
Career Hits:		9
Career Average:		.123
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		4
Career Runs:		1
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jarrod Washburn
Position:		SP
Number:			56
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			29
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			195 pounds
IP:			207.1
Wins:			10
Losses:			15
Saves:			0
ERA:			4.43
Strikeouts:		188
Walks:			54
OPP Avg:		.256
Career Games:		139
Career IP:		826.2
Career Wins:		56
Career Losses:		41
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	519
Career Walks:		257
Career ERA:		3.96
Stamina:		93
Pickoff:		75
4-Seam Fastball:	86
Changeup:		79
Curveball:		77
Slider:			82
2-Seam Fastball:	87
Contact vs. RHP:	32
Contact vs LHP:		21
Power vs. RHP:		38
Power vs LHP:		31
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		75
Speed:			42
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		75
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.200
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			1
OBP:			.200
Slugging Percentage:	.200
Career Games:		139
Career Hits:		6
Career Average:		.316
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		2
Career Runs:		1
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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	   /			     \
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	|_______________________________|




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Name:			Kelvim Escobar
Position:		SP
Number:			47
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			27
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			210 pounds
IP:			180.1
Wins:			13
Losses:			9
Saves:			4
ERA:			4.29
Strikeouts:		159
Walks:			78
OPP Avg:		.270
Career Games:		301
Career IP:		849.0
Career Wins:		58
Career Losses:		55
Career Saves:		58
Career Strikeouts:	744
Career Walks:		394
Career ERA:		4.58
Stamina:		74
Pickoff:		10
4-Seam Fastball:	87
Changeup:		64
Slider:			65
Splitter:		81
Contact vs. RHP:	33
Contact vs LHP:		22
Power vs. RHP:		39
Power vs LHP:		27
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	40
Durability:		60
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		80
Range:			70
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.167
HR:			0
RBI:			1
Runs:			1
SB:			0
Hits:			1
OBP:			.167
Slugging Percentage:	.167
Career Games:		301
Career Hits:		1
Career Average:		.071
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		1
Career Runs:		1
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Ramon Ortiz
Position:		SP
Number:			45
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			30
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			175 pounds
IP:			180.0
Wins:			16
Losses:			13
Saves:			0
ERA:			5.20
Strikeouts:		94
Walks:			63
OPP Avg:		.287
Career Games:		123
Career IP:		765.2
Career Wins:		54
Career Losses:		42
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	508
Career Walks:		287
Career ERA:		4.63
Stamina:		89
Pickoff:		60
4-Seam Fastball:	91
Changeup:		78
Slider:			83
2-Seam Fastball:	78
Contact vs. RHP:	20
Contact vs LHP:		23
Power vs. RHP:		23
Power vs LHP:		29
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	55
Durability:		95
Speed:			42
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		65
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			1
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		123
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.00
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		1
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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  	  /			      \
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	|_______________________________|


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Name:			John Lackey
Position:		SP
Number:			41
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			25
Height:			6 feet, 6 inches
Weight:			205 pounds
IP:			204.0
Wins:			10
Losses:			16
Saves:			0
ERA:			4.63
Strikeouts:		151
Walks:			66
OPP Avg:		.278
Career Games:		51
Career IP:		312.1
Career Wins:		19
Career Losses:		20
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	220
Career Walks:		99
Career ERA:		4.29
Stamina:		92
Pickoff:		50
4-Seam Fastball:	84
Changeup:		76
Slider:			84
2-Seam Fastball:	79
Contact vs. RHP:	27
Contact vs LHP:		27
Power vs. RHP:		23
Power vs LHP:		26
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		85
Speed:			46
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		80
Range:			70
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		51
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Aaron Sele
Position:		SP
Number:			34
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			33
Height:			6 feet, 5 inches
Weight:			230 pounds
IP:			121.2
Wins:			7
Losses:			11
Saves:			0
ERA:			5.77
Strikeouts:		53
Walks:			581
OPP Avg:		.284
Career Games:		293
Career IP:		1748.0
Career Wins:		122
Career Losses:		88
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	1217
Career Walks:		655
Career ERA:		4.48
Stamina:		68
Pickoff:		50
4-Seam Fastball:	86
Changeup:		68
Curveball:		85
Slider:			71
2-Seam Fastball:	71
Contact vs. RHP:	26
Contact vs LHP:		24
Power vs. RHP:		28
Power vs LHP:		27
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		85
Speed:			46
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		60
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.333
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			1
OBP:			.333
Slugging Percentage:	.333
Career Games:		293
Career Hits:		4
Career Average:		.167
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		1
Career Runs:		2
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Scot Shields
Position:		SP
Number:			62
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			175 pounds
IP:			148.1
Wins:			5
Losses:			6
Saves:			1
ERA:			2.85
Strikeouts:		111
Walks:			38
OPP Avg:		.247
Career Games:		81
Career IP:		208.1
Career Wins:		10
Career Losses:		9
Career Saves:		1
Career Strikeouts:	148
Career Walks:		66
Career ERA:		2.55
Stamina:		61
Pickoff:		75
4-Seam Fastball:	84
Changeup:		78
Curveball:		76
2-Seam Fastball:	80
Contact vs. RHP:	25
Contact vs LHP:		20
Power vs. RHP:		21
Power vs LHP:		23
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		60
Speed:			46
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		50
Range:			55
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		81
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 37%	       40%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Greg Jones
Position:		RP
Number:			58
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			27
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			195 pounds
IP:			27.2
Wins:			0
Losses:			0
Saves:			0
ERA:			4.88
Strikeouts:		28
Walks:			14
OPP Avg:		.261
Career Games:		18
Career IP:		27.2
Career Wins:		0
Career Losses:		0
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	28
Career Walks:		14
Career ERA:		4.88
Stamina:		45
Pickoff:		50
4-Seam Fastball:	81
Changeup:		71
Curveball:		76
2-Seam Fastball:	68
Contact vs. RHP:	20
Contact vs LHP:		23
Power vs. RHP:		21
Power vs LHP:		25
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	30
Durability:		55
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		40
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	60
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		18
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
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	       /     		 \
  	      /        20%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 45%	       35%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Derrick Turnbow
Position:		RP
Number:			54
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			26
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			180 pounds
IP:			15.1
Wins:			2
Losses:			0
Saves:			0
ERA:			0.59
Strikeouts:		15
Walks:			3
OPP Avg:		.140
Career Games:		35
Career IP:		53.1
Career Wins:		2
Career Losses:		0
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	40
Career Walks:		39
Career ERA:		3.54
Stamina:		40
Pickoff:		30
4-Seam Fastball:	84
Changeup:		62
Curveball:		67
2-Seam Fastball:	62
Contact vs. RHP:	21
Contact vs LHP:		24
Power vs. RHP:		22
Power vs LHP:		23
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		85
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		40
Range:			40
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	55
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		35
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
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	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Ben Weber
Position:		RP
Number:			77
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			34
Height:			6 feet, 4 inches
Weight:			205 pounds
IP:			80.1
Wins:			5
Losses:			1
Saves:			0
ERA:			2.69
Strikeouts:		46
Walks:			22
OPP Avg:		.275
Career Games:		200
Career IP:		249.1
Career Wins:		19
Career Losses:		6
Career Saves:		7
Career Strikeouts:	143
Career Walks:		81
Career ERA:		3.18
Stamina:		41
Pickoff:		55
4-Seam Fastball:	86
Changeup:		80
Slider:			80
2-Seam Fastball:	70
Contact vs. RHP:	29
Contact vs LHP:		21
Power vs. RHP:		22
Power vs LHP:		20
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		30
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		40
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		200
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
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	       /     		 \
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Francisco Rodriguez
Position:		RP
Number:			57
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			22
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			185 pounds
IP:			86.0
Wins:			8
Losses:			3
Saves:			2
ERA:			3.03
Strikeouts:		95
Walks:			35
OPP Avg:		.172
Career Games:		64
Career IP:		91.2
Career Wins:		8
Career Losses:		3
Career Saves:		2
Career Strikeouts:	108
Career Walks:		37
Career ERA:		2.85
Stamina:		42
Pickoff:		65
4-Seam Fastball:	96
Slider:			98
Cutter:			80
Contact vs. RHP:	23
Contact vs LHP:		22
Power vs. RHP:		20
Power vs LHP:		25
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	50
Durability:		75
Speed:			46
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		85
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		64
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
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	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Troy Percival
Position:		RP
Number:			33
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			34
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			235 pounds
IP:			49.1
Wins:			0
Losses:			5
Saves:			33
ERA:			3.47
Strikeouts:		48
Walks:			33
OPP Avg:		.184
Career Games:		527
Career IP:		537.0
Career Wins:		27
Career Losses:		35
Career Saves:		283
Career Strikeouts:	647
Career Walks:		234
Career ERA:		3.00
Stamina:		38
Pickoff:		30
4-Seam Fastball:	99
Changeup:		67
Curvball:		89
Contact vs. RHP:	23
Contact vs LHP:		20
Power vs. RHP:		23
Power vs LHP:		22
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		70
Speed:			41
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		40
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		527
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|




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			Houston Astros
------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Craig Biggio
Position:		CF
Number:			7
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		2B
Age:			38
Height:			5 feet, 11 inches
Weight:			185 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	70
Contact vs LHP:		69
Power vs. RHP:		62
Power vs LHP:		55
Bunting:		75
Plate Discipline:	70
Durability:		80
Speed:			65
Stealing Aggressive:	60
Baserunning Abilitiy:	90
Fielding:		65
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.264
HR:			15
RBI:			62
Runs:			102
SB:			8
Hits:			166
OBP:			.350
Slugging Percentage:	.412
Career Games:		2253
Career Hits:		2461
Career Average:		.287
Career Homeruns:	210
Career RBI:		931
Career Runs:		1503
Career SB:		389


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



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	    / 56%	       25%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Morgan Ensberg
Position:		3B
Number:			14
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			220 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	76
Contact vs LHP:		85
Power vs. RHP:		81
Power vs LHP:		86
Bunting:		50
Plate Discipline:	80
Durability:		75
Speed:			59
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	40
Fielding:		50
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	70
Throwing Accuracy:	60
AVG:			.291
HR:			25
RBI:			60
Runs:			69
SB:			7
Hits:			112
OBP:			.377
Slugging Percentage:	.530
Career Games:		180
Career Hits:		146
Career Average:		.279
Career Homeruns:	28
Career RBI:		79
Career Runs:		83
Career SB:		9


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	    / 49%	       30%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jeff Bagwell
Position:		1B
Number:			5
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			35
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			215 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	77
Contact vs LHP:		88
Power vs. RHP:		81
Power vs LHP:		89
Bunting:		40
Plate Discipline:	85
Durability:		95
Speed:			62
Stealing Aggressive:	60
Baserunning Abilitiy:	80
Fielding:		85
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	60
Throwing Accuracy:	60
AVG:			.278
HR:			39
RBI:			100
Runs:			109
SB:			11
Hits:			168
OBP:			.373
Slugging Percentage:	.524
Career Games:		1955
Career Hits:		2137
Career Average:		.300
Career Homeruns:	419
Career RBI:		1421
Career Runs:		1402
Career SB:		196


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jeff Kent
Position:		2B
Number:			12
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		1B
Age:			36
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			215 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	80
Contact vs LHP:		94
Power vs. RHP:		78
Power vs LHP:		81
Bunting:		10
Plate Discipline:	70
Durability:		85
Speed:			59
Stealing Aggressive:	20
Baserunning Abilitiy:	90
Fielding:		70
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	70
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.297
HR:			22
RBI:			93
Runs:			77
SB:			6
Hits:			150
OBP:			.351
Slugging Percentage:	.509
Career Games:		1632
Career Hits:		1754
Career Average:		.289
Career Homeruns:	275
Career RBI:		1100
Career Runs:		943
Career SB:		79


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        28%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 43%	       29%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Lance Berkman
Position:		LF
Number:			17
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Switch
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			220 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	82
Contact vs LHP:		75
Power vs. RHP:		81
Power vs LHP:		65
Bunting:		55
Plate Discipline:	90
Durability:		90
Speed:			55
Stealing Aggressive:	40
Baserunning Abilitiy:	70
Fielding:		65
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.288
HR:			25
RBI:			93
Runs:			110
SB:			5
Hits:			155
OBP:			.412
Slugging Percentage:	.515
Career Games:		615
Career Hits:		642
Career Average:		.300
Career Homeruns:	126
Career RBI:		429
Career Runs:		412
Career SB:		31


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        25%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 37%	       38%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Richard Hildago
Position:		RF
Number:			15
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			220 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	85
Contact vs LHP:		78
Power vs. RHP:		85
Power vs LHP:		85
Bunting:		10
Plate Discipline:	75
Durability:		65
Speed:			64
Stealing Aggressive:	50
Baserunning Abilitiy:	75
Fielding:		80
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	80
Throwing Accuracy:	75
AVG:			.309
HR:			28
RBI:			88
Runs:			91
SB:			9
Hits:			159
OBP:			.385
Slugging Percentage:	.572
Career Games:		755
Career Hits:		736
Career Average:		.280
Career Homeruns:	130
Career RBI:		435
Career Runs:		421
Career SB:		43


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        29%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 54%	       17%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jason Lane
Position:		RF
Number:			24
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			27
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			215 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	50
Contact vs LHP:		64
Power vs. RHP:		62
Power vs LHP:		73
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	80
Durability:		70
Speed:			70
Stealing Aggressive:	55
Baserunning Abilitiy:	55
Fielding:		70
Range:			70
Throwing Strength:	70
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.296
HR:			4
RBI:			10
Runs:			5
SB:			0
Hits:			8
OBP:			.296
Slugging Percentage:	.815
Career Games:		62
Career Hits:		28
Career Average:		.292
Career Homeruns:	8
Career RBI:		20
Career Runs:		17
Career SB:		1


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        16%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 44%	       40%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Brad Ausmus
Position:		Catcher
Number:			11
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			34
Height:			5 feet, 11 inches
Weight:			200 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	61
Contact vs LHP:		58
Power vs. RHP:		41
Power vs LHP:		56
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	70
Durability:		85
Speed:			64
Stealing Aggressive:	20
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		80
Range:			90
Throwing Strength:	85
Throwing Accuracy:	85
AVG:			.229
HR:			4
RBI:			47
Runs:			43
SB:			5
Hits:			103
OBP:			.303
Slugging Percentage:	.291
Career Games:		1314
Career Hits:		1107
Career Average:		.256
Career Homeruns:	63
Career RBI:		430
Career Runs:		542
Career SB:		85


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| COld | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
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	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
	    / 39%	       38%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Adam Everett
Position:		SS
Number:			28
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			27
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			160 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	65
Contact vs LHP:		78
Power vs. RHP:		52
Power vs LHP:		72
Bunting:		40
Plate Discipline:	70
Durability:		70
Speed:			72
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	60
Fielding:		55
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	75
Throwing Accuracy:	75
AVG:			.256
HR:			8
RBI:			51
Runs:			51
SB:			8
Hits:			99
OBP:			.320
Slugging Percentage:	.380
Career Games:		177
Career Hits:		116
Career Average:		.243
Career Homeruns:	8
Career RBI:		55
Career Runs:		63
Career SB:		12


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | COld | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
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		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Raul Chavez
Position:		Catcher
Number:			46
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			31
Height:			5 feet, 11 inches
Weight:			210 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	50
Contact vs LHP:		65
Power vs. RHP:		47
Power vs LHP:		56
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	50
Durability:		55
Speed:			48
Stealing Aggressive:	20
Baserunning Abilitiy:	55
Fielding:		65
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	80
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.270
HR:			1
RBI:			4
Runs:			5
SB:			0
Hits:			10
OBP:			.289
Slugging Percentage:	.432
Career Games:		53
Career Hits:		30
Career Average:		.259
Career Homeruns:	2
Career RBI:		11
Career Runs:		10
Career SB:		2


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| COld | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
	    / 50%	       21%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jose Vizcaino
Position:		2B
Number:			10
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Switch
Second Postion:		IF
Age:			36
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			185 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	70
Contact vs LHP:		55
Power vs. RHP:		50
Power vs LHP:		43
Bunting:		80
Plate Discipline:	60
Durability:		70
Speed:			64
Stealing Aggressive:	40
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		60
Range:			70
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.249
HR:			3
RBI:			26
Runs:			14
SB:			0
Hits:			47
OBP:			.281
Slugging Percentage:	.365
Career Games:		1504
Career Hits:		1276
Career Average:		.272
Career Homeruns:	30
Career RBI:		416
Career Runs:		565
Career SB:		71


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Cold | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Cold | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | COld | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Eric Bruntlett
Position:		SS
Number:			4
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		2B
Age:			25
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			195 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	57
Contact vs LHP:		48
Power vs. RHP:		50
Power vs LHP:		48
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	30
Durability:		85
Speed:			42
Stealing Aggressive:	30
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		65
Range:			55
Throwing Strength:	40
Throwing Accuracy:	50
AVG:			.259
HR:			1
RBI:			4
Runs:			3
SB:			0
Hits:			14
OBP:			.255
Slugging Percentage:	.370
Career Games:		31
Career Hits:		14
Career Average:		.259
Career Homeruns:	1
Career RBI:		4
Career Runs:		3
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | COld |
	|______|______|______|



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		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        26%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 38%	       36%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Colin Porter
Position:		CF
Number:			9
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		RF
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			210 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	40
Contact vs LHP:		40
Power vs. RHP:		41
Power vs LHP:		42
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	30
Durability:		70
Speed:			45
Stealing Aggressive:	30
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		60
Range:			55
Throwing Strength:	60
Throwing Accuracy:	60
AVG:			.188
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			5
SB:			1
Hits:			6
OBP:			.212
Slugging Percentage:	.188
Career Games:		24
Career Hits:		6
Career Average:		.188
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		5
Career SB:		1


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | COld |
	|______|______|______|



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  	      /        22%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 45%	       33%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Roger Clemens
Position:		SP
Number:			22
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			41
Height:			6 feet, 4 inches
Weight:			238 pounds
IP:			211.2
Wins:			17
Losses:			9
Saves:			0
ERA:			3.91
Strikeouts:		190
Walks:			58
OPP Avg:		.247
Career Games:		607
Career IP:		4278.2
Career Wins:		310
Career Losses:		160
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	4099
Career Walks:		1379
Career ERA:		3.19
Stamina:		92
Pickoff:		70
4-Seam Fastball:	90
Changeup:		66
Slider:			76
Splitter:		95
2-Seam Fastball:	72
Contact vs. RHP:	23
Contact vs LHP:		28
Power vs. RHP:		20
Power vs LHP:		28
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		80
Speed:			44
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		50
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		608
Career Hits:		4
Career Average:		.200
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		1
Career Runs:		2
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 37%	       40%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Roy Oswalt
Position:		SP
Number:			44
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			26
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			175 pounds
IP:			127.1
Wins:			10
Losses:			5
Saves:			0
ERA:			2.97
Strikeouts:		108
Walks:			29
OPP Avg:		.246
Career Games:		84
Career IP:		502.0
Career Wins:		43
Career Losses:		17
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	460
Career Walks:		115
Career ERA:		2.92
Stamina:		86
Pickoff:		65
4-Seam Fastball:	92
Changeup:		73
Curveball:		86
Slider:			83
Contact vs. RHP:	33
Contact vs LHP:		38
Power vs. RHP:		38
Power vs LHP:		38
Bunting:		75
Plate Discipline:	65
Durability:		85
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		75
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.179
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			4
SB:			0
Hits:			7
OBP:			.220
Slugging Percentage:	.205
Career Games:		84
Career Hits:		26
Career Average:		.160
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		7
Career Runs:		12
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        16%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 33%	       51%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Andy Pettitte
Position:		SP
Number:			21
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			31
Height:			6 feet, 5 inches
Weight:			225 pounds
IP:			207.1
Wins:			21
Losses:			8
Saves:			0
ERA:			4.02
Strikeouts:		180
Walks:			50
OPP Avg:		.272
Career Games:		283
Career IP:		1792.2
Career Wins:		149
Career Losses:		78
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	1275
Career Walks:		579
Career ERA:		3.94
Stamina:		93
Pickoff:		99
4-Seam Fastball:	86
Changeup:		74
Curveball:		89
2-Seam Fastball:	74
Cutter:			93
Contact vs. RHP:	30
Contact vs LHP:		23
Power vs. RHP:		39
Power vs LHP:		26
Bunting:		75
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		80
Speed:			44
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		90
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.143
HR:			0
RBI:			1
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			1
OBP:			.143
Slugging Percentage:	.143
Career Games:		283
Career Hits:		3
Career Average:		.107
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		2
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 42%	       35%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Wade Miller
Position:		SP
Number:			52
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			27
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			210 pounds
IP:			187.1
Wins:			14
Losses:			13
Saves:			0
ERA:			4.13
Strikeouts:		161
Walks:			77
OPP Avg:		.242
Career Games:		112
Career IP:		679.1
Career Wins:		51
Career Losses:		32
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	585
Career Walks:		262
Career ERA:		3.93
Stamina:		86
Pickoff:		55
4-Seam Fastball:	92
Changeup:		65
Curveball:		86
Slider:			67
Contact vs. RHP:	37
Contact vs LHP:		40
Power vs. RHP:		33
Power vs LHP:		34
Bunting:		75
Plate Discipline:	40
Durability:		75
Speed:			45
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		70
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	60
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.159
HR:			0
RBI:			6
Runs:			4
SB:			0
Hits:			10
OBP:			.185
Slugging Percentage:	.206
Career Games:		115
Career Hits:		36
Career Average:		.155
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		14
Career Runs:		18
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        32%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 45%	       23%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jerome Robertson
Position:		SP
Number:			62
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			26
Height:			6 feet, 1 inches
Weight:			200 pounds
IP:			160.2
Wins:			15
Losses:			9
Saves:			0
ERA:			5.10
Strikeouts:		99
Walks:			64
OPP Avg:		.287
Career Games:		43
Career IP:		170.1
Career Wins:		15
Career Losses:		11
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	105
Career Walks:		69
Career ERA:		5.18
Stamina:		81
Pickoff:		65
4-Seam Fastball:	81
Changeup:		72
Slurve:			78
Contact vs. RHP:	25
Contact vs LHP:		21
Power vs. RHP:		26
Power vs LHP:		31
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		65
Speed:			42
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		50
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	60
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.154
HR:			0
RBI:			3
Runs:			4
SB:			0
Hits:			8
OBP:			.170
Slugging Percentage:	.192
Career Games:		44
Career Hits:		8
Career Average:		.154
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		3
Career Runs:		4
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        15%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 29%	       56%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Tim Redding
Position:		SP
Number:			51
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			26
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			295 pounds
IP:			176.0
Wins:			10
Losses:			14
Saves:			0
ERA:			3.68
Strikeouts:		116
Walks:			65
OPP Avg:		.261
Career Games:		64
Career IP:		305.0
Career Wins:		16
Career Losses:		21
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	234
Career Walks:		124
Career ERA:		4.43
Stamina:		68
Pickoff:		55
4-Seam Fastball:	86
Changeup:		68
Curveball:		78
2-Seam Fastball:	70
Contact vs. RHP:	36
Contact vs LHP:		35
Power vs. RHP:		30
Power vs LHP:		35
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		80
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		70
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	60
Throwing Accuracy:	60
AVG:			.200
HR:			0
RBI:			2
Runs:			4
SB:			0
Hits:			10
OBP:			.231
Slugging Percentage:	.260
Career Games:		64
Career Hits:		15
Career Average:		.179
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		5
Career Runs:		4
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        25%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 38%	       37%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Kirk Saarloos
Position:		SP
Number:			23
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			24
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			185 pounds
IP:			49.1
Wins:			2
Losses:			1
Saves:			0
ERA:			4.93
Strikeouts:		43
Walks:			17
OPP Avg:		.281
Career Games:		53
Career IP:		134.2
Career Wins:		8
Career Losses:		8
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	97
Career Walks:		44
Career ERA:		5.61
Stamina:		53
Pickoff:		55
4-Seam Fastball:	80
Sinker:			79
Slider:			64
2-Seam Fastball:	68
Contact vs. RHP:	23
Contact vs LHP:		23
Power vs. RHP:		22
Power vs LHP:		33
Bunting:		70
Plate Discipline:	30
Durability:		80
Speed:			42
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		75
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			1
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.167
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		53
Career Hits:		2
Career Average:		.057
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		3
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        43%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 41%	       16%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Tony Fiore
Position:		RP
Number:			50
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			32
Height:			6 feet, 4 inches
Weight:			210 pounds
IP:			36.0
Wins:			1
Losses:			1
Saves:			0
ERA:			5.50
Strikeouts:		23
Walks:			21
OPP Avg:		.242
Career Games:		87
Career IP:		151.2
Career Wins:		12
Career Losses:		6
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	94
Career Walks:		76
Career ERA:		4.39
Stamina:		46
Pickoff:		20
4-Seam Fastball:	87
Curveball:		63
Slider:			70
2-Seam Fastball:	84
Palmball:		83
Contact vs. RHP:	20
Contact vs LHP:		25
Power vs. RHP:		24
Power vs LHP:		24
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		75
Speed:			40
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		50
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		87
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 37%	       40%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Peter Munro
Position:		RP
Number:			53
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			210 pounds
IP:			54.0
Wins:			3
Losses:			4
Saves:			0
ERA:			4.47
Strikeouts:		27
Walks:			26
OPP Avg:		.294
Career Games:		99
Career IP:		215.2
Career Wins:		9
Career Losses:		12
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	126
Career Walks:		88
Career ERA:		4.76
Stamina:		43
Pickoff:		50
4-Seam Fastball:	82
Changeup:		76
Curveball:		76
Slider:			69
Contact vs. RHP:	20
Contact vs LHP:		29
Power vs. RHP:		20
Power vs LHP:		35
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	70
Durability:		60
Speed:			44
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		70
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.500
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		98 (misprint in the game)
Career Hits:		3
Career Average:		.125
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		2
Career Runs:		1
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
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	    / 20%	       70%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Brad Lidge
Position:		RP
Number:			54
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			27
Height:			6 feet, 5 inches
Weight:			200 pounds
IP:			85.0
Wins:			6
Losses:			3
Saves:			1
ERA:			3.60
Strikeouts:		97
Walks:			42
OPP Avg:		.202
Career Games:		84
Career IP:		93.2
Career Wins:		7
Career Losses:		3
Career Saves:		1
Career Strikeouts:	109
Career Walks:		51
Career ERA:		3.84
Stamina:		39
Pickoff:		55
4-Seam Fastball:	76
Changeup:		69
Curveball:		76
2-Seam Fastball:	72
Contact vs. RHP:	28
Contact vs LHP:		23
Power vs. RHP:		20
Power vs LHP:		28
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		65
Speed:			40
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		40
Range:			55
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		84
Career Hits:		2
Career Average:		.333
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		2
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Ricky Stone
Position:		RP
Number:			20
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			29
Height:			6 feet, 1 inch
Weight:			190 pounds
IP:			83.0
Wins:			6
Losses:			4
Saves:			1
ERA:			3.69
Strikeouts:		47
Walks:			31
OPP Avg:		.247
Career Games:		149
Career IP:		168.0
Career Wins:		9
Career Losses:		7
Career Saves:		2
Career Strikeouts:	114
Career Walks:		67
Career ERA:		3.59
Stamina:		41
Pickoff:		55
4-Seam Fastball:	86
Changeup:		72
2-Seam Fastball:	79
Slurve:			69
Contact vs. RHP:	28
Contact vs LHP:		22
Power vs. RHP:		20
Power vs LHP:		23
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		70
Speed:			46
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		80
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		149
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
	    / 20%	       70%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Octavio Dotel
Position:		RP
Number:			29
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			200 pounds
IP:			87.0
Wins:			6
Losses:			4
Saves:			4
ERA:			2.48
Strikeouts:		97
Walks:			31
OPP Avg:		.172
Career Games:		289
Career IP:		499.2
Career Wins:		30
Career Losses:		23
Career Saves:		28
Career Strikeouts:	587
Career Walks:		215
Career ERA:		3.62
Stamina:		44
Pickoff:		55
4-Seam Fastball:	95
Changeup:		67
Curveball:		77
Slider:			81
2-Seam Fastball:	82
Contact vs. RHP:	25
Contact vs LHP:		22
Power vs. RHP:		21
Power vs LHP:		30
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		85
Speed:			47
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		65
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		289
Career Hits:		5
Career Average:		.068
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		1
Career Runs:		3
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
	    / 0%	       100% \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|




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			Oakland Athletics
------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Mark Kotsay
Position:		CF
Number:			21
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			201 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	75
Contact vs LHP:		63
Power vs. RHP:		57
Power vs LHP:		44
Bunting:		90
Plate Discipline:	75
Durability:		75
Speed:			87
Stealing Aggressive:	60
Baserunning Abilitiy:	60
Fielding:		90
Range:			95
Throwing Strength:	95
Throwing Accuracy:	85
AVG:			.266
HR:			7
RBI:			38
Runs:			64
SB:			6
Hits:			128
OBP:			.343
Slugging Percentage:	.384
Career Games:		868
Career Hits:		878
Career Average:		.281
Career Homeruns:	65
Career RBI:		336
Career Runs:		434
Career SB:		69


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
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	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
	    / 30%	       44%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Scott Hatteberg
Position:		1B
Number:			10
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		C
Age:			34
Height:			6 feet, 1 inch
Weight:			210 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	66
Contact vs LHP:		66
Power vs. RHP:		59
Power vs LHP:		50
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	85
Durability:		70
Speed:			59
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		40
Range:			55
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	55
AVG:			.253
HR:			12
RBI:			61
Runs:			63
SB:			0
Hits:			137
OBP:			.342
Slugging Percentage:	.383
Career Games:		737
Career Hits:		625
Career Average:		.267
Career Homeruns:	61
Career RBI:		281
Career Runs:		284
Career SB:		1


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        25%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 26%	       49%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Erubiel Durazo
Position:		1B
Number:			44
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		DH
Age:			30
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			240 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	65
Contact vs LHP:		76
Power vs. RHP:		67
Power vs LHP:		69
Bunting:		0
Plate Discipline:	90
Durability:		40
Speed:			55
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	10
Fielding:		55
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	50
Throwing Accuracy:	50
AVG:			.259
HR:			21
RBI:			77
Runs:			92
SB:			1
Hits:			139
OBP:			.374
Slugging Percentage:	.430
Career Games:		441
Career Hits:		347
Career Average:		.270
Career Homeruns:	68
Career RBI:		226
Career Runs:		238
Career SB:		3


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Eric Chavez
Position:		3B
Number:			3
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			26
Height:			6 feet, 0 inches
Weight:			206 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	86
Contact vs LHP:		61
Power vs. RHP:		85
Power vs LHP:		69
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	75
Durability:		85
Speed:			71
Stealing Aggressive:	40
Baserunning Abilitiy:	80
Fielding:		85
Range:			85
Throwing Strength:	90
Throwing Accuracy:	85
AVG:			.282
HR:			29
RBI:			101
Runs:			94
SB:			8
Hits:			166
OBP:			.350
Slugging Percentage:	.514
Career Games:		744
Career Hits:		727
Career Average:		.277
Career Homeruns:	134
Career RBI:		466
Career Runs:		414
Career SB:		28


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
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	     /			   \
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jermaine Dye
Position:		RF
Number:			24
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			30
Height:			6 feet, 5 inches
Weight:			220 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	48
Contact vs LHP:		61
Power vs. RHP:		50
Power vs LHP:		66
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	75
Durability:		70
Speed:			62
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	40
Fielding:		85
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	95
Throwing Accuracy:	90
AVG:			.172
HR:			4
RBI:			20
Runs:			28
SB:			1
Hits:			38
OBP:			.261
Slugging Percentage:	.253
Career Games:		902
Career Hits:		896
Career Average:		.273
Career Homeruns:	138
Career RBI:		531
Career Runs:		478
Career SB:		19


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 46%	       31%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Eric Byrnes
Position:		LF
Number:			22
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			210 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	67
Contact vs LHP:		79
Power vs. RHP:		60
Power vs LHP:		76
Bunting:		50
Plate Discipline:	65
Durability:		60
Speed:			80
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	60
Fielding:		65
Range:			85
Throwing Strength:	70
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.263
HR:			12
RBI:			51
Runs:			64
SB:			10
Hits:			109
OBP:			.333
Slugging Percentage:	.459
Career Games:		240
Career Hits:		144
Career Average:		.259
Career Homeruns:	18
Career RBI:		67
Career Runs:		102
Career SB:		16


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        27%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 47%	       26%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Bobby Crosby
Position:		SS
Number:			7
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		1B
Age:			24
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			195 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	40
Contact vs LHP:		40
Power vs. RHP:		44
Power vs LHP:		43
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	30
Durability:		75
Speed:			47
Stealing Aggressive:	30
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		55
Range:			40
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	60
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			1
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.143
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		11
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		1
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        43%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 16%	       41%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Adam Melhuse
Position:		C
Number:			17
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Switch
Second Postion:		None
Age:			32
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			185 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	76
Contact vs LHP:		58
Power vs. RHP:		69
Power vs LHP:		75
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	55
Durability:		40
Speed:			50
Stealing Aggressive:	20
Baserunning Abilitiy:	55
Fielding:		60
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	75
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.299
HR:			5
RBI:			14
Runs:			13
SB:			0
Hits:			23
OBP:			.372
Slugging Percentage:	.584
Career Games:		104
Career Hits:		40
Career Average:		.233
Career Homeruns:	6
Career RBI:		26
Career Runs:		21
Career SB:		1


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        20%  	  \
	     /			   \
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	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Mark Ellis
Position:		2B
Number:			14
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		IF
Age:			26
Height:			5 feet, 11 inches
Weight:			180 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	65
Contact vs LHP:		60
Power vs. RHP:		48
Power vs LHP:		48
Bunting:		75
Plate Discipline:	75
Durability:		80
Speed:			73
Stealing Aggressive:	30
Baserunning Abilitiy:	75
Fielding:		70
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	75
Throwing Accuracy:	75
AVG:			.248
HR:			9
RBI:			52
Runs:			78
SB:			6
Hits:			137
OBP:			.313
Slugging Percentage:	.371
Career Games:		252
Career Hits:		231
Career Average:		.257
Career Homeruns:	15
Career RBI:		87
Career Runs:		136
Career SB:		10


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|



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	       /     		 \
  	      /        22%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 53%	       25%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Ramon Castro
Position:		C
Number:			18
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			235 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	47
Contact vs LHP:		65
Power vs. RHP:		61
Power vs LHP:		77
Bunting:		70
Plate Discipline:	65
Durability:		60
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	0
Fielding:		75
Range:			75
Throwing Strength:	75
Throwing Accuracy:	70
AVG:			.283
HR:			5
RBI:			8
Runs:			6
SB:			0
Hits:			15
OBP:			.333
Slugging Percentage:	.604
Career Games:		175
Career Hits:		86
Career Average:		.232
Career Homeruns:	15
Career RBI:		45
Career Runs:		31
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Hot  | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 62%	       15%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Esteban German
Position:		2B
Number:			50
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			25
Height:			5 feet, 10 inches
Weight:			180 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	47
Contact vs LHP:		40
Power vs. RHP:		40
Power vs LHP:		45
Bunting:		70
Plate Discipline:	80
Durability:		65
Speed:			75
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	40
Fielding:		65
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	60
AVG:			.250
HR:			0
RBI:			1
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			1
OBP:			.250
Slugging Percentage:	.250
Career Games:		14
Career Hits:		8
Career Average:		.205
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		1
Career Runs:		4
Career SB:		1


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        0%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 75%	       25%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Bobby Kielty
Position:		LF
Number:			23
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Switch
Second Postion:		OF
Age:			27
Height:			6 feet, 1 inch
Weight:			215 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	58
Contact vs LHP:		80
Power vs. RHP:		50
Power vs LHP:		80
Bunting:		55
Plate Discipline:	90
Durability:		80
Speed:			73
Stealing Aggressive:	30
Baserunning Abilitiy:	65
Fielding:		90
Range:			70
Throwing Strength:	85
Throwing Accuracy:	85
AVG:			.244
HR:			13
RBI:			57
Runs:			71
SB:			8
Hits:			104
OBP:			.358
Slugging Percentage:	.400
Career Games:		286
Career Hits:		214
Career Average:		.261
Career Homeruns:	27
Career RBI:		117
Career Runs:		128
Career SB:		15


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Cold | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 42%	       35%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Billy McMillon
Position:		LF
Number:			13
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		1B
Age:			32
Height:			5 feet, 11 inches
Weight:			179 pounds
Contact vs. RHP:	75
Contact vs LHP:		40
Power vs. RHP:		59
Power vs LHP:		50
Bunting:		55
Plate Discipline:	65
Durability:		55
Speed:			65
Stealing Aggressive:	55
Baserunning Abilitiy:	60
Fielding:		55
Range:			65
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.268
HR:			6
RBI:			26
Runs:			15
SB:			0
Hits:			41
OBP:			.354
Slugging Percentage:	.458
Career Games:		217
Career Hits:		132
Career Average:		.259
Career Homeruns:	13
Career RBI:		82
Career Runs:		56
Career SB:		4


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Cold | Hot  |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Hot  | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        18%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 24%	       58%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Tim Hudson
Position:		SP
Number:			15
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			28
Height:			6 feet, 1 inch
Weight:			164 pounds
IP:			240.0
Wins:			16
Losses:			7
Saves:			0
ERA:			2.70
Strikeouts:		162
Walks:			61
OPP Avg:		.223
Career Games:		156
Career IP:		1052.0
Career Wins:		80
Career Losses:		33
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	796
Career Walks:		338
Career ERA:		3.26
Stamina:		96
Pickoff:		70
4-Seam Fastball:	90
Changeup:		77
Slider:			82
Splitter:		91
2-Seam Fastball:	91
Contact vs. RHP:	21
Contact vs LHP:		33
Power vs. RHP:		24
Power vs LHP:		34
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		90
Speed:			41
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		70
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.333
HR:			0
RBI:			1
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			1
OBP:			.333
Slugging Percentage:	.333
Career Games:		161
Career Hits:		3
Career Average:		.130
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		1
Career Runs:		2
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



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		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        10%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 75%	       15%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Barry Zito
Position:		SP
Number:			75
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			25
Height:			6 feet, 4 inches
Weight:			215 pounds
IP:			231.2
Wins:			14
Losses:			12
Saves:			0
ERA:			3.30
Strikeouts:		146
Walks:			88
OPP Avg:		.219
Career Games:		119
Career IP:		768.0
Career Wins:		61
Career Losses:		29
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	611
Career Walks:		291
Career ERA:		3.12
Stamina:		93
Pickoff:		55
4-Seam Fastball:	91
Changeup:		90
Curveball:		96
Contact vs. RHP:	25
Contact vs LHP:		24
Power vs. RHP:		20
Power vs LHP:		29
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		95
Speed:			42
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		55
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		119
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        75%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 25%	       0%   \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Mark Mulder
Position:		SP
Number:			20
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			26
Height:			6 feet, 6 inches
Weight:			208 pounds
IP:			186.2
Wins:			15
Losses:			9
Saves:			0
ERA:			3.13
Strikeouts:		128
Walks:			40
OPP Avg:		.259
Career Games:		117
Career IP:		777.1
Career Wins:		64
Career Losses:		34
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	528
Career Walks:		215
Career ERA:		3.77
Stamina:		97
Pickoff:		65
4-Seam Fastball:	84
Changeup:		82
Slider:			86
Splitter:		92
2-Seam Fastball:	79
Contact vs. RHP:	28
Contact vs LHP:		21
Power vs. RHP:		24
Power vs LHP:		24
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	20
Durability:		85
Speed:			47
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		65
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			1
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		117
Career Hits:		1
Career Average:		.056
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		1
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        0%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 100%	       0%   \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Mark Redman
Position:		SP
Number:			55
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			30
Height:			6 feet, 5 inches
Weight:			245 pounds
IP:			190.2
Wins:			14
Losses:			9
Saves:			0
ERA:			3.59
Strikeouts:		151
Walks:			61
OPP Avg:		.239
Career Games:		107
Career IP:		615.2
Career Wins:		37
Career Losses:		39
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	421
Career Walks:		187
Career ERA:		4.27
Stamina:		94
Pickoff:		70
4-Seam Fastball:	86
Changeup:		70
Curveball:		68
2-Seam Fastball:	73
Contact vs. RHP:	21
Contact vs LHP:		20
Power vs. RHP:		22
Power vs LHP:		31
Bunting:		60
Plate Discipline:	40
Durability:		75
Speed:			47
Stealing Aggressive:	10
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		50
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	70
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.016
HR:			0
RBI:			1
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			1
OBP:			.032
Slugging Percentage:	.016
Career Games:		107
Career Hits:		2
Career Average:		.029
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		1
Career Runs:		1
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        21%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 36%	       43%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Rich Harden
Position:		SP
Number:			40
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			22
Height:			6 feet, 1 inch
Weight:			180 pounds
IP:			74.2
Wins:			5
Losses:			4
Saves:			0
ERA:			4.46
Strikeouts:		67
Walks:			40
OPP Avg:		.259
Career Games:		15
Career IP:		74.2
Career Wins:		5
Career Losses:		4
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	67
Career Walks:		40
Career ERA:		4.46
Stamina:		80
Pickoff:		30
4-Seam Fastball:	90
Changeup:		72
Slider:			69
Splitter:		83
2-Seam Fastball:	67
Contact vs. RHP:	22
Contact vs LHP:		25
Power vs. RHP:		24
Power vs LHP:		27
Bunting:		30
Plate Discipline:	30
Durability:		70
Speed:			42
Stealing Aggressive:	30
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		60
Range:			55
Throwing Strength:	60
Throwing Accuracy:	60
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		15
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 47%	       30%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Justin Duchscherer
Position:		SP
Number:			58
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			26
Height:			6 feet, 3 inches
Weight:			164 pounds
IP:			16.1
Wins:			1
Losses:			1
Saves:			0
ERA:			3.31
Strikeouts:		15
Walks:			3
OPP Avg:		.262
Career Games:		9
Career IP:		31.0
Career Wins:		2
Career Losses:		2
Career Saves:		0
Career Strikeouts:	26
Career Walks:		7
Career ERA:		7.55
Stamina:		67
Pickoff:		30
4-Seam Fastball:	80
Changeup:		70
Slider:			68
Contact vs. RHP:	20
Contact vs LHP:		20
Power vs. RHP:		22
Power vs LHP:		20
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		75
Speed:			42
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		55
Range:			55
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		9
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 37%	       40%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Chad Harville
Position:		RP
Number:			32
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			27
Height:			5 feet, 9 inches
Weight:			186 pounds
IP:			21.2
Wins:			1
Losses:			0
Saves:			1
ERA:			5.82
Strikeouts:		18
Walks:			17
OPP Avg:		.294
Career Games:		39
Career IP:		39.0
Career Wins:		1
Career Losses:		2
Career Saves:		1
Career Strikeouts:	35
Career Walks:		27
Career ERA:		5.77
Stamina:		56
Pickoff:		60
4-Seam Fastball:	80
Changeup:		70
Slider:			79
Contact vs. RHP:	24
Contact vs LHP:		25
Power vs. RHP:		22
Power vs LHP:		25
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		70
Speed:			44
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		50
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	55
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		39
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 37%	       40%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Chris Hammond
Position:		RP
Number:			39
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			38
Height:			6 feet, 1 inch
Weight:			195 pounds
IP:			63.0
Wins:			3
Losses:			2
Saves:			1
ERA:			2.86
Strikeouts:		45
Walks:			11
OPP Avg:		.270
Career Games:		316
Career IP:		982.2
Career Wins:		56
Career Losses:		59
Career Saves:		2
Career Strikeouts:	621
Career Walks:		355
Career ERA:		4.16
Stamina:		38
Pickoff:		60
4-Seam Fastball:	87
Changeup:		86
Curveball:		73
Slider:			83
Contact vs. RHP:	24
Contact vs LHP:		24
Power vs. RHP:		21
Power vs LHP:		24
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		65
Speed:			44
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		70
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		319
Career Hits:		48
Career Average:		.204
Career Homeruns:	4
Career RBI:		14
Career Runs:		30
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 47%	       30%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Jim Mecir
Position:		RP
Number:			45
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Switch
Second Postion:		None
Age:			33
Height:			6 feet, 1 inch
Weight:			230 pounds
IP:			37.0
Wins:			2
Losses:			3
Saves:			1
ERA:			5.59
Strikeouts:		25
Walks:			16
OPP Avg:		.280
Career Games:		357
Career IP:		436.0
Career Wins:		28
Career Losses:		26
Career Saves:		10
Career Strikeouts:	367
Career Walks:		189
Career ERA:		3.86
Stamina:		38
Pickoff:		30
4-Seam Fastball:	86
Changeup:		87
Screwball:		88
Slider:			75
Contact vs. RHP:	25
Contact vs LHP:		20
Power vs. RHP:		24
Power vs LHP:		22
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		60
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		50
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	45
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		357
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        20%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 45%	       35%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Corey Bradford
Position:		RP
Number:			53
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Right
Second Postion:		None
Age:			29
Height:			6 feet, 5 inches
Weight:			203 pounds
IP:			77.0
Wins:			7
Losses:			4
Saves:			2
ERA:			3.04
Strikeouts:		62
Walks:			30
OPP Avg:		.236
Career Games:		226
Career IP:		237.0
Career Wins:		16
Career Losses:		8
Career Saves:		6
Career Strikeouts:	172
Career Walks:		63
Career ERA:		3.23
Stamina:		39
Pickoff:		50
4-Seam Fastball:	84
Changeup:		86
Sinker:			90
Slurve:			76
Contact vs. RHP:	20
Contact vs LHP:		20
Power vs. RHP:		22
Power vs LHP:		23
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		75
Speed:			44
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		75
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		226
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 37%	       40%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Ricardo Rincon
Position:		RP
Number:			73
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			33
Height:			5 feet, 9 inches
Weight:			187 pounds
IP:			55.1
Wins:			8
Losses:			4
Saves:			0
ERA:			3.25
Strikeouts:		40
Walks:			32
OPP Avg:		.230
Career Games:		418
Career IP:		355.0
Career Wins:		19
Career Losses:		22
Career Saves:		21
Career Strikeouts:	324
Career Walks:		154
Career ERA:		3.42
Stamina:		37
Pickoff:		60
4-Seam Fastball:	87
Slider:			85
2-Seam Fastball:	71
Contact vs. RHP:	27
Contact vs LHP:		22
Power vs. RHP:		26
Power vs LHP:		31
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		65
Speed:			46
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		65
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		418
Career Hits:		0
Career Average:		.000
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        25%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 40%	       35%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


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Name:			Arthur Rhodes
Position:		RP
Number:			33
Throws:			Left
Bats:			Left
Second Postion:		None
Age:			34
Height:			6 feet, 2 inches
Weight:			212 pounds
IP:			54.0
Wins:			3
Losses:			3
Saves:			3
ERA:			4.17
Strikeouts:		48
Walks:			18
OPP Avg:		.256
Career Games:		514
Career IP:		883.1
Career Wins:		69
Career Losses:		51
Career Saves:		17
Career Strikeouts:	868
Career Walks:		388
Career ERA:		4.33
Stamina:		36
Pickoff:		50
4-Seam Fastball:	95
Curveball:		79
Slider:			89
2-Seam Fastball:	70
Circle Change:		61
Contact vs. RHP:	28
Contact vs LHP:		21
Power vs. RHP:		20
Power vs LHP:		24
Bunting:		20
Plate Discipline:	10
Durability:		80
Speed:			43
Stealing Aggressive:	0
Baserunning Abilitiy:	30
Fielding:		55
Range:			50
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65
AVG:			.000
HR:			0
RBI:			0
Runs:			0
SB:			0
Hits:			0
OBP:			.000
Slugging Percentage:	.000
Career Games:		516
Career Hits:		1
Career Average:		.250
Career Homeruns:	0
Career RBI:		0
Career Runs:		0
Career SB:		0


	  STRIKE ZONE VS LHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | Cold | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



	  STRIKE ZONE VS RHP
	 ____________________
	|      |      |	     |
	| Cold | None | None |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | Hot  | Cold |
	|______|______|______|
	|      |      |	     |
	| None | None | Cold |
	|______|______|______|



		   Spray Chart
		 _______________
		/    		\
	       /     		 \
  	      /        23%  	  \
	     /			   \
	    / 47%	       30%  \
	   /			     \
  	  /			      \
 	 /			       \
	|_______________________________|


------------------------------------------------------------------
12. Stadiums
------------------------------------------------------------------
Here are all the stadiums in MVP Baseball 2004 with their respected information.

Name:			AA Stadium One
Open:			April 5th, 2004
Team:			Aeros
Turf:			Bluegrass
Capacity:		12,000
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			400
			 ____  385
			/    \
		   385 /      \
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 325/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			AA Stadium Two
Open:			April 5th, 2004
Team:			Curve
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		9,453
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		   385 /      \	385
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 325/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			AA Stadium Three
Open:			April 5th, 2004
Team:			Travelers
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		9,134
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		   385 /      \	385
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 300/		 \ 300
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			AAA Stadium One
Open:			April 5th, 2004
Team:			Isotopes
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		18,572
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			  420
			 ____
			/    \
		   360 /      \	360
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 330/		 \ 335
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			AAA Stadium Two
Open:			April 5th, 2004
Team:			Bisons
Turf:			Bermuda Grass
Capacity:		21,780
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			  410
			 ____
			/    \
		   360 /      \	365
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 325/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			AAA Stadium Three
Open:			April 5th, 2004
Team:			Clippers
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		17,000
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			  440
			 ____
			/    \
		   365 /      \	375
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 340/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Open:			April 19th, 1966
Team:			Angels
Turf:			Bermuda Grass
Capacity:		45,050
Average Attendance:	37,791
Foul Territory:		Average

			  404
			 ____
			/    \
		   370 /      \	370
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 333/		 \ 333
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			BankOne BallPark
Open:			March 31st, 1998
Team:			Diamondbacks
Turf:			Kentucky Blue Grass
Capacity:		49,033
Average Attendance:	34,636
Foul Territory:		Average

			  402
			 ____
			/    \
		   376 /      \	376
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 328/		 \ 335
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Busch Stadium
Open:			May 12th, 1966
Team:			Cardinals
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		50,354
Average Attendance:	35,930
Foul Territory:		Large

			  402
			 ____
			/    \
		   372 /      \	375
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 330/		 \ 330
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Citizens Bank Park
Open:			April 2004
Team:			Phillies
Turf:			Kentucky Bluegrass
Capacity:		43,000
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			  401
			 ____
			/    \
		   369 /      \	369
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 329/		 \ 330
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Comerica Park
Open:			April 11th, 2000
Team:			Tigers
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		40,120
Average Attendance:	17,103
Foul Territory:		Small

			  420
			 ____
			/    \
		   370 /      \	365
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 345/		 \ 330
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Coors Field
Open:			April 26th, 1995
Team:			Rockies
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		50,449
Average Attendance:	28,815
Foul Territory:		Average

			  415
			 ____
			/    \
		   390 /      \	375
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 347/		 \ 350
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Dodger Stadium
Open:			April 10th, 1962
Team:			Dodgers
Turf:			Bermuda Grass
Capacity:		56,000
Average Attendance:	38,758
Foul Territory:		Large

			  395
			 ____
			/    \
		   385 /      \	385
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 330/		 \ 330
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Fenway Park
Open:			April 20th, 1912
Team:			Red Sox
Turf:			Bluegrass
Capacity:		33,993
Average Attendance:	33,631
Foul Territory:		Very Small

			  420
			 ____
			/    \
		   379 /      \	380
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 315/		 \ 302
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Great American Ball Park
Open:			March 28th, 2003
Team:			Reds
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		42,053
Average Attendance:	29,077
Foul Territory:		Small

			  404
			 ____
			/    \
		   379 /      \	370
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 328/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Hiram Bithorn Stadium
Open:			1964
Team:			Expos
Turf:			Artificial
Capacity:		55,600
Average Attendance:	23,796
Foul Territory:		Large

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		   360 /      \	360
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 315/		 \ 315
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
Open:			April 3rd, 1982
Team:			Twins
Turf:			Astroturf
Capacity:		48,678
Average Attendance:	24,024
Foul Territory:		Small

			  408
			 ____
			/    \
		   385 /      \	367
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 343/		 \ 327
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Jacobs Field
Open:			April 4th, 1994
Team:			Indians
Turf:			Kentucky Bluegrass
Capacity:		43,389
Average Attendance:	21,358
Foul Territory:		Small

			  410
			 ____
			/    \
		   368 /      \	375
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 325/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Kauffman Stadium
Open:			April 10th, 1973
Team:			Royals
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		40,793
Average Attendance:	22,819
Foul Territory:		Small

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		   375 /      \	375
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 330/		 \ 330
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Miller Park
Open:			March 30th, 2001
Team:			Brewers
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		41,900
Average Attendance:	20,992
Foul Territory:		Average

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		   374 /      \	378
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 342/		 \ 356
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Minute Maid Park
Open:			March 30th, 2000
Team:			Astros
Turf:			Seashore Paspalum
Capacity:		40,950
Average Attendance:	30,299
Foul Territory:		Average

			  435
			 ____
			/    \
		   362 /      \	373
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 315/		 \ 326
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Network Associates Coliseum
Open:			April 17th, 1968
Team:			Athletics
Turf:			Bluegrass
Capacity:		43,662
Average Attendance:	27,365
Foul Territory:		Very Large

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		   362 /      \	362
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 330/		 \ 330
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Olympic Stadium
Open:			April 15th, 1977
Team:			Expos
Turf:			AstroGrass
Capacity:		46,500
Average Attendance:	12,662
Foul Territory:		Large

			  404
			 ____
			/    \
		   375 /      \	375
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 325/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Oriole Park
Open:			April 6th, 1992
Team:			Orioles
Turf:			Maryland Bluegrass
Capacity:		48,190
Average Attendance:	30,302
Foul Territory:		Average

			  410
			 ____
			/    \
		   364 /      \	373
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 333/		 \ 318
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			PETCO Park
Open:			April, 2004
Team:			Padres
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		46,000
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			  390
			 ____
			/    \
		   367 /      \	387
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 334/		 \ 322
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			PNC Park
Open:			March 31st, 2001
Team:			Pirates
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		37,898
Average Attendance:	20,983
Foul Territory:		Average

			  399
			 ____
			/    \
		   389 /      \	375
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 325/		 \ 320
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Pro Player Stadium
Open:			April 5th, 1993
Team:			Marlins
Turf:			Bermuda Grass
Capacity:		36,331
Average Attendance:	16,290
Foul Territory:		Average

			  434
			 ____
			/    \
		   385 /      \	385
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 330/		 \ 345
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			SAFECO Field
Open:			July 15th, 1999
Team:			Mariners
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		47,772
Average Attendance:	40,351
Foul Territory:		Average

			  405
			 ____
			/    \
		   390 /      \	386
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 331/		 \ 326
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			SBC Park
Open:			March 31st, 2000
Team:			Giants
Turf:			Sports Turf
Capacity:		41,503
Average Attendance:	40,307
Foul Territory:		Average

			  404
			 ____
			/    \
		   364 /      \	420
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 335/		 \ 307
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Shea Stadium
Open:			April 17th, 1964
Team:			Mets
Turf:			Bluegrass
Capacity:		57,393
Average Attendance:	28,165
Foul Territory:		Very Large

			  410
			 ____
			/    \
		   378 /      \	378
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 338/		 \ 338
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			SkyDome
Open:			June 5th, 1989
Team:			Blue Jays
Turf:			AstroGrass
Capacity:		50,516
Average Attendance:	22,215
Foul Territory:		Average

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		   378 /      \	375
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 328/		 \ 328
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			The BallPark in Arlington
Open:			April 1st, 1994
Team:			Rangers
Turf:			Bermuda Grass
Capacity:		49,115
Average Attendance:	25,856
Foul Territory:		Small

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		   388 /      \	381
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 332/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Tropicana Field
Open:			March 31st, 1998
Team:			Devil Rays
Turf:			FieldTurf
Capacity:		43,772
Average Attendance:	13,070
Foul Territory:		Small

			  407
			 ____
			/    \
		  371  /      \	371
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 315/		 \ 322
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Turner Field
Open:			March 29th, 1997
Team:			Braves
Turf:			Bermuda Grass
Capacity:		50,091
Average Attendance:	30,393
Foul Territory:		Average

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		  380  /      \	385
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 335/		 \ 330
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			U.S. Cellular Field
Open:			April 18th, 1991
Team:			White Sox
Turf:			Bluegrass
Capacity:		47,098
Average Attendance:	23,944
Foul Territory:		Average

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		  377  /      \	372
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 330/		 \ 335
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Wrigley Field
Open:			April 20th, 1916
Team:			Cubs
Turf:			Merion Bluegrass
Capacity:		39,241
Average Attendance:	37,032
Foul Territory:		Very Small

			  400
			 ____
			/    \
		  368  /      \	368
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 355/		 \ 353
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Yankee Stadium
Open:			April 18th, 1923
Team:			Yankees
Turf:			Merion Bluegrass
Capacity:		57,478
Average Attendance:	42,785
Foul Territory:		Average

			  408
			 ____
			/    \
		  399  /      \	385
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 318/		 \ 314
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			AstroDome
Open:			?
Team:			?
Turf:			?
Capacity:		?
Average Attendance:	?
Foul Territory:		?

			  ?
			 ____
			/    \
		  ?    /      \	?
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 ?  /		 \ ?
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Crosley Field
Open:			April 1912 - June 1970
Team:			Reds
Turf:			Grass
Capacity:		30,274
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Average

			  387
			 ____
			/    \
		  383  /      \	380
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		328 /		 \ 366
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Locked Cooperstown Stadium #3
Open:			?
Team:			?
Turf:			?
Capacity:		?
Average Attendance:	?
Foul Territory:		?

			  ?
			 ____
			/    \
		  ?    /      \	?
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 ?  /		 \ ?
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Griffith Stadium
Open:			?
Team:			?
Turf:			?
Capacity:		?
Average Attendance:	?
Foul Territory:		?

			  ?
			 ____
			/    \
		  ?    /      \	?
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 ?  /		 \ ?
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Locked Cooperstown Stadium #5
Open:			?
Team:			?
Turf:			?
Capacity:		?
Average Attendance:	?
Foul Territory:		?

			  ?
			 ____
			/    \
		  ?    /      \	?
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 ?  /		 \ ?
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Locked Cooperstown Stadium #6
Open:			?
Team:			?
Turf:			?
Capacity:		?
Average Attendance:	?
Foul Territory:		?

			  ?
			 ____
			/    \
		  ?    /      \	?
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 ?  /		 \ ?
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

------------------------------------------------------------------

Name:			Locked Cooperstown Stadium #7
Open:			?
Team:			?
Turf:			?
Capacity:		?
Average Attendance:	?
Foul Territory:		?

			  ?
			 ____
			/    \
		  ?    /      \	?
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 ?  /		 \ ?
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/

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Name:			Tiger Stadium
Open:			April 1912 - September 1999
Team:			Tigers
Turf:			Bluegrass
Capacity:		52,416
Average Attendance:	N/A
Foul Territory:		Small

			  440
			 ____
			/    \
		  365  /      \	370
    		      /        \
		     /		\
		 340/		 \ 325
		    \		 /
		     \		/
		      \	       /
		       \      /
			\    /
			 \  /
			  \/


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13. MVP Checklist
------------------------------------------------------------------
The MVP Checklist is your number one source to find out all the secrets that
you can unlock in this game.  Here I have listed all the MVP Points you get for
completing tasks.


-------------
In-Game
-------------
Win a game in extra innings (repeatable)		25 points
Score 10 runs in one game (repeatable)			50 points
Hit 2 HR with the same player in a game (repeatable)	100 points
Have a player hit a grand slam in a game (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player hit .600 in a game (repeatable)		50 points
Have a player hit .800 in a game (repeatable)		75 points
Have a player hit 1.000 in a game (repeatable)		120 points
Have a pitcher pitch a complete game (repeatable)	75 points
Have a pitcher pitch a shutout (repeatable)		100 points
Have a pitcher pitch a no-hitter (repeatable)		150 points
Have a pitcher pitch a perfect game (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player steal third base (repeatable)		25 points
Have a player steal home (repeatable)			50 points
Beat the Yankees in Yankee Stadium (exhibition game)	75 points
Beat the Red Sock in Fenway Park (exhibition game)	75 points
Beat the Angels in Anaheim (exhibition game)		75 points
Beat the SF Giants in SBC Park (exhibition game)	75 points
Beat the Mariners in Seattle (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat the Mets in Shea Stadium (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat the Blue Jays in the Skydome (exhibition game)	50 points
Beat the Orioles in Baltimore (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat the Cubs in Chicago (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat the Braves in Atlanta (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat a AAA Team with a AAA Team (exhibition game)	50 points
Beat a AA team with a AA Team (exhibition game)		50 points


-------------
Home Run Showdown
-------------
Beat Albert Pujols in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Alex Rodriguez in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Jim Thome in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Richie Sexson in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Javy Lopez in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Carlos Delgado in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Frank Thomas in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Jason Giambi in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Sammy Sosa in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Jeff Bagwell in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Gary Sheffield in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Rafael Palmeiro in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Manny Ramirez in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Brett Boone in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Aubrey Huff in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Todd Helton in a Home Run Showdown			50 points


-------------
Pitcher Showdown
-------------
Beat Randy Johnson in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Pedro Martinez in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Kerry Wood in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Mark Prior in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Javier Vazquez in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Jason Schmidt in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Curt Schilling in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Esteban Loaiza in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Roger Clemens in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Hideo Nomo in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Kevin Millwood in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Tim Hudson in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Livan Hernandez in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Eric Gagne in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Billy Wagner in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat John Smoltz in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points


-------------
Dynasty
-------------
Have a player hit 35 HR in a season (repeatable)	25 points
Have a player hit 50 HR in a season (repeatable)	50 points
Have a player hit 60 HR in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a player hit 70 HR in a season (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player hit 74 HR in a season (repeatable)	250 points
Have a player slug .700 in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a player slug .800 in a season (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player slug .864 in a season (repeatable)	225 points
Have a player score 120 runs in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a player score 150 runs in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a player score 178 runs in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a player steal 100 bases in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a player steal 120 bases in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a player steal 130 bases in a season (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player bat .400 in a season (repeatable)		175 points
Have a player bat .427 in a season (repeatable)		250 points
Have a player get 200 hits in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a player get 230 hits in a season (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player get 258 hits in a season (repeatable)	225 points
Have a player walk 150 times a season (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player walk 200 times a season (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player get 150 RBI in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a player get 175 RBI in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a player get 192 RBI in a season (repeatable)	225 points
Have a pitcher win 20 games in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a pitcher win 30 games in a season (repeatable) 	200 points
Have a pitcher win 40 games in a season (repeatable) 	300 points
Have a pitcher get an ERA < 2.50 a season (repeatable)	75 points
Have a pitcher get an ERA < 2.00 a season (repeatable) 	125 points
Have a pitcher get 30 saves in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a pitcher get 40 saves in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a pitcher get 50 saves in a season (repeatable)	150 points
Have a pitcher get 60 saves in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a pitcher get 300 K in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a pitcher get 350 K in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a pitcher get 385 K in a season (repeatable)	225 points
Win a game in extra innings (repeatable)		25 points
Score 10 runs in one game (repeatable)			50 points
Hit 2 HR with the same player in a game			100 points
Have a player hit a grand slam in a game (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player hit .600 in a game (repeatable)		50 points
Have a player hit .800 in a game (repeatable)		75 points
Have a player hit 1.000 in a game (repeatable)		120 points
Have a pitcher pitch a complete game (repeatable)	75 points
Have a pitcher pitch a shutout (repeatable)		100 points
Have a pitcher pitch a no-hitter (repeatable)		150 points
Have a pitcher pitch a perfect game (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player steal third base (repeatable)		25 points
Have a player steal home (repeatable)			50 points
Have a player steal twice in one game (repeatable)	50 points
Win a MLB team's first playoff game			50 points
Win a AA team's first playoff game			50 points
Win a AAA team's first playoff game			50 points
Win a playoff series (repeatable)			75 points
Win the World Series (repeatable)			100 points
Lead the league in team batting average (repeatable)	50 points
Lead the league in fewest errors (repeatable)		25 points
Meet 1 Dynasty goal in the currenty year (repeatable)	100 points
Meet 3 Dynasty goal in the currenty year (repeatable)	150 points
Meet All Dynasty goal in the currenty year (repeatable)	200 points
Have a team win 100 games in a season (repeatable)	75 points
Have a team win 110 games in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a team win 120 games in a season (repeatable)	150 points


-------------
Playoffs
-------------
Win an MLB's first playoff game				50 points
Win a AA team's first playoff game			50 points
Win a AAA team's first playoff game			50 points
Win a playoff series (repeatable)			75 points
Win the World Series (repeatable)			100 points


-------------
All
-------------
Have a player hit 35 HR in a season (repeatable)	25 points
Have a player hit 50 HR in a season (repeatable)	50 points
Have a player hit 60 HR in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a player hit 70 HR in a season (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player hit 74 HR in a season (repeatable)	250 points
Have a player slug .700 in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a player slug .800 in a season (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player slug .864 in a season (repeatable)	225 points
Have a player score 120 runs in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a player score 150 runs in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a player score 178 runs in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a player steal 100 bases in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a player steal 120 bases in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a player steal 130 bases in a season (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player bat .400 in a season (repeatable)		175 points
Have a player bat .427 in a season (repeatable)		250 points
Have a player get 200 hits in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a player get 230 hits in a season (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player get 258 hits in a season (repeatable)	225 points
Have a player walk 150 times a season (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player walk 200 times a season (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player get 150 RBI in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a player get 175 RBI in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a player get 192 RBI in a season (repeatable)	225 points
Have a pitcher win 20 games in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a pitcher win 30 games in a season (repeatable) 	200 points
Have a pitcher win 40 games in a season (repeatable) 	300 points
Have a pitcher get an ERA < 2.50 a season (repeatable)	75 points
Have a pitcher get an ERA < 2.00 a season (repeatable) 	125 points
Have a pitcher get 30 saves in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a pitcher get 40 saves in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a pitcher get 50 saves in a season (repeatable)	150 points
Have a pitcher get 60 saves in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a pitcher get 300 K in a season (repeatable)	125 points
Have a pitcher get 350 K in a season (repeatable)	175 points
Have a pitcher get 385 K in a season (repeatable)	225 points
Win a game in extra innings (repeatable)		25 points
Score 10 runs in one game (repeatable)			50 points
Hit 2 HR with the same player in a game			100 points
Have a player hit a grand slam in a game (repeatable)	150 points
Have a player hit .600 in a game (repeatable)		50 points
Have a player hit .800 in a game (repeatable)		75 points
Have a player hit 1.000 in a game (repeatable)		120 points
Have a pitcher pitch a complete game (repeatable)	75 points
Have a pitcher pitch a shutout (repeatable)		100 points
Have a pitcher pitch a no-hitter (repeatable)		150 points
Have a pitcher pitch a perfect game (repeatable)	200 points
Have a player steal third base (repeatable)		25 points
Have a player steal home (repeatable)			50 points
Have a player steal twice in one game (repeatable)	50 points
Win a MLB team's first playoff game			50 points
Win a AA team's first playoff game			50 points
Win a AAA team's first playoff game			50 points
Win a playoff series (repeatable)			75 points
Win the World Series (repeatable)			100 points
Lead the league in team batting average (repeatable)	50 points
Lead the league in fewest errors (repeatable)		25 points
Meet 1 Dynasty goal in the currenty year (repeatable)	100 points
Meet 3 Dynasty goal in the currenty year (repeatable)	150 points
Meet All Dynasty goal in the currenty year (repeatable)	200 points
Have a team win 100 games in a season (repeatable)	75 points
Have a team win 110 games in a season (repeatable)	100 points
Have a team win 120 games in a season (repeatable)	150 points
Beat the Yankees in Yankee Stadium (exhibition game)	75 points
Beat the Red Sock in Fenway Park (exhibition game)	75 points
Beat the Angels in Anaheim (exhibition game)		75 points
Beat the SF Giants in SBC Park (exhibition game)	75 points
Beat the Mariners in Seattle (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat the Mets in Shea Stadium (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat the Blue Jays in the Skydome (exhibition game)	50 points
Beat the Orioles in Baltimore (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat the Cubs in Chicago (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat the Braves in Atlanta (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat a AAA Team with a AAA Team (exhibition game)	50 points
Beat a AA team with a AA Team (exhibition game)		50 points
Beat Albert Pujols in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Alex Rodriguez in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Jim Thome in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Richie Sexson in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Javy Lopez in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Carlos Delgado in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Frank Thomas in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Jason Giambi in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Sammy Sosa in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Jeff Bagwell in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Gary Sheffield in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Rafael Palmeiro in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Manny Ramirez in a Home Run Showdown		50 points
Beat Brett Boone in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Aubrey Huff in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Todd Helton in a Home Run Showdown			50 points
Beat Randy Johnson in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Pedro Martinez in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Kerry Wood in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Mark Prior in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Javier Vazquez in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Jason Schmidt in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Curt Schilling in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Esteban Loaiza in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Roger Clemens in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Hideo Nomo in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Kevin Millwood in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Tim Hudson in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Livan Hernandez in a Pitcher Showdown		50 points
Beat Eric Gagne in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat Billy Wagner in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points
Beat John Smoltz in a Pitcher Showdown			50 points


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14. Legendary Teams
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Legendary Teams
There are two Legendary Teams which I'm not quite sure who they are yet.  If
anyone has unlocked them, please e-mail me and tell me.  Thanks.

Number:		1/2
To unlock Legends Team, you must unlock all 25 Legends Team Players


Number:		2/2
To unlock Heroes Team, you must unlock all 25 Heroes Team Players.


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15. Legendary Players
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There are 52 Legendary Players that you can unlock in this game.  Here I have
listed each player with all their respected information included.


Number:		1/52
Name:		Hal Newhouser
Position:	P
Team:		Tigers
Played from:	1939 - 1955
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		2/52
Name:		Robin Roberts
Position:	P
Team:		Phillies
Played from:	1948 - 1966
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		3/52
Name:		Richie Ashburn
Position:	CF
Team:		Phillies
Played from:	1948 - 1962
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		4/52
Name:		Ralph kiner
Position:	LF
Team:		Pirates
Played from:	1946 - 1955
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		5/52
Name:		Bob Lemon
Position:	P
Team:		Indians
Played from:	1941 - 1958
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		6/52
Name:		Phil Rizzuto
Position:	SS
Team:		Yankees
Played from:	1941 - 1956
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		7/52
Name:		Hoyt Wilhelm
Position:	RP
Team:		Giantes/Orioles/White Sox
Played from:	1952 - 1972
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		8/52
Name:		Larry Doby
Position:	CF
Team:		Indians
Played from:	1947 - 1959
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		9/52
Name:		Mel Ott
Position:	RF
Team:		Giants
Played from:	1926 - 1947
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		10/52
Name:		Pee Wee Reese
Position:	SS
Team:		Dodgers
Played from:	1940 - 1958
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		11/52
Name:		Bobby Feller
Position:	P
Team:		Indians
Played from:	1936 - 1956
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		12/52
Name:		Whitey Ford
Position:	P
Team:		Yankees
Played from:	1950 - 1967
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		13/52
Name:		Early Wynn
Position:	P
Team:		Senators/Indians/White Sox
Played from:	1939 - 1963
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		14/52
Name:		Eddie Mathews
Position:	3B
Team:		Braves
Played from:	1952 - 1968
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		15/52
Name:		Warren Spahn
Position:	P
Team:		Braves
Played from:	1942 - 1965
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		16/52
Name:		Jimmie Fox
Position:	1B
Team:		Athletics/Red Sox
Played from:	1925 - 1945
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		17/52
Name:		*
Position:	C
Team:		Dodgers
Played from:	1948 - 1957
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		18/52
Name:		*
Position:	1B
Team:		Yankees
Played from:	1923 - 1939
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		19/52
Name:		*
Position:	SS
Team:		Pirates
Played from:	1897 - 1917
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		20/52
Name:		*
Position:	P
Team:		Senators
Played from:	1907 - 1927
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		21/52
Name:		*
Position:	P
Team:		Red Sox
Played from:	1890 - 1911
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		22/52
Name:		*
Position:	P
Team:		Indians/Browns/Athletics
Played from:	1948 - 1953, 1965
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		23/52
Name:		*
Position:	CF
Team:		Tigers
Played from:	1905 - 1928
MVP Points:	5000 Points

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Number:		24/52
Name:		*
Position:	RF/P
Team:		Red Sox/Yankees
Played from:	1914 - 1935
MVP Points:	5000 Points

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Number:		25/52
Name:		*
Position:	2B
Team:		Dodgers
Played from:	1947 - 1956
MVP Points:	5000 Points

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Number:		26/52
Name:		Billy Williams
Position:	LF
Team:		Cubs
Played from:	1959 - 1976
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		27/52
Name:		Al Kaline
Position:	RF
Team:		Tigers
Played from:	1953 - 1974
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		28/52
Name:		Ferguson Jenkins
Position:	P
Team:		Cubs/Rangers
Played from:	1965 - 1983
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		29/52
Name:		Phil Niekro
Position:	P
Team:		Braves
Played from:	1964 - 1987
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		30/52
Name:		Lou Brock
Position:	LF
Team:		Cardinals
Played from:	1961 - 1979
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		31/52
Name:		Catfish Hunter
Position:	P
Team:		Athletics/Yankees
Played from:	1965 - 1979
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		32/52
Name:		Luis Aparicio
Position:	SS
Team:		White Sox/Orioles
Played from:	1956 - 1973
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		33/52
Name:		Harmon Killebrew
Position:	1B/3B/LF
Team:		Senators/Twins
Played from:	1954 - 1975
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		34/52
Name:		Orlando Cepeda
Position:	1B
Team:		Giants/Cardinals
Played from:	1958 - 1974
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		35/52
Name:		Rod Carew
Position:	2B/1B
Team:		Twins/Angels
Played from:	1967 - 1985
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		36/52
Name:		Brooks Robison
Position:	3B
Team:		Orioles
Played from:	1955 - 1977
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		37/52
Name:		Rollie Fingers
Position:	RP
Team:		Athletics/Padres/Brewers
Played from:	1968 - 1985
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		38/52
Name:		Juan Marichal
Position:	P
Team:		Giants
Played from:	1960 - 1975
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		39/52
Name:		Gaylord Perry
Position:	P
Team:		Giants/Indians
Played from:	1962 - 1983
MVP Points:	3500 Points

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Number:		40/52
Name:		Tom Seaver
Position:	P
Team:		Mets/Reds
Played from:	1967 - 1986
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		41/52
Name:		Jim Palmer
Position:	P
Team:		Orioles
Played from:	1965 - 1984
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		42/52
Name:		*
Position:	2B
Team:		Astros/Reds
Played from:	1963 - 1984
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		43/52
Name:		*
Position:	LF/1B
Team:		Pirates
Played from:	1962 - 1982
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		44/52
Name:		*
Position:	3B
Team:		Phillies
Played from:	1972 - 1989
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		45/52
Name:		*
Position:	SS/CF
Team:		Brewers
Played from:	1974 - 1993
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		46/52
Name:		*
Position:	1B
Team:		Giants
Played from:	1959 - 1980
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		47/52
Name:		*
Position:	RF
Team:		Athletics/Yankees/Angels
Played from:	1967 - 1987
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		48/52
Name:		*
Position:	C
Team:		Yankees
Played from:	1946 - 1965
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		49/52
Name:		*
Position:	P
Team:		Mets/Angels/Astros/Rangers
Played from:	1966 - 1975
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		50/52
Name:		*
Position:	P
Team:		Cardinals
Played from:	1959 - 1975
MVP Points:	4500 Points

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Number:		51/52
Name:		*
Position:	Manager
Team:		Reds/Tigers
Played from:	1970 - 1995
MVP Points:	?

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Number:		52/52
Name:		*
Position:	Manager
Team:		Dodgers
Played from:	1976 - 1996
MVP Points:	?


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16. Retro Jerseys
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There are 60 Retro Jerseys that you can unlock in this game.  Here I have
listed all the information about each retro jersey that you can unlock.


Number:		1/60
Team Name:	Anaheim Angels
Colors:		White/Red/Blue
Description:	Retro 1986 California Angels Home Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		2/60
Team Name:	Anaheim Angels
Colors:		Gray/Red/Blue
Description:	Retro 1986 California Angels Road Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		3/60
Team Name:	Houston Astros
Colors:		White/Orange/Yellow/Blue
Description:	Retro 1986 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		4/60
Team Name:	Houston Astros
Colors:		White/Blue
Description:	Retro 1986 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		5/60
Team Name:	Kansas City Royals
Colors:		White/Blue
Description:	Retro 1985 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		6/60
Team Name:	Kansas City Royals
Colors:		Blue/White
Description:	Retro 1985 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		7/60
Team Name:	Milwaukee Brewers
Colors:		White (Pinstrip)/Yellow/Blue
Description:	Retro 1982 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		8/60
Team Name:	Milwaukee Brewers
Colors:		Light Blue/Yellow
Description:	Retro 1982 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		9/60
Team Name:	Toronto Blue Jays
Colors:		White/Blue
Description:	Retro 1992 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		10/60
Team Name:	Toronto Blue Jays
Colors:		Gray/Blue
Description:	Retro 1992 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	250 MVP Points

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Number:		11/60
Team Name:	Seattle Mariners
Colors:		White/Blue
Description:	Retro 1981 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		12/60
Team Name:	Seattle Mariners
Colors:		Blue/Yellow
Description:	Retro 1981 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		13/60
Team Name:	San Diego Padres
Colors:		White/Orange
Description:	Retro 1984 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		14/60
Team Name:	San Diego Padres
Colors:		Dark Brown/Orange
Description:	Retro 1984 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		15/60
Team Name:	New York Mets
Colors:		White (Pinstripe)/Blue/Orange
Description:	Retro 1986 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		16/60
Team Name:	New York Mets
Colors:		Gray/Orange/Blue
Description:	Retro 1986 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		17/60
Team Name:	Montreal Expos
Colors:		White/Blue/Red
Description:	Retro 1981 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		18/60
Team Name:	Montreal Expos
Colors:		Blue/Red/White
Description:	Retro 1981 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		19/60
Team Name:	Chicago White Sox
Colors:		White/Red/Blue
Description:	Retro 1983 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		20/60
Team Name:	Chicago White Sox
Colors:		Gray/Red/Blue
Description:	Retro 1983 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	350 MVP Points

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Number:		21/60
Team Name:	Atlanta Braves
Colors:		White/Blue/Red
Description:	Retro 1974 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		22/60
Team Name:	Atlanta Braves
Colors:		Blue/Red/White
Description:	Retro 1974 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		23/60
Team Name:	Baltimore Orioles
Colors:		White/Orange
Description:	Retro 1971 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		24/60
Team Name:	Baltimore Orioles
Colors:		Orange/Black
Description:	Retro 1971 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		25/60
Team Name:	Minnesota Twins
Colors:		White/Red
Description:	Retro 1977 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		26/60
Team Name:	Minnesota Twins
Colors:		Blue/Red
Description:	Retro 1977 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		27/60
Team Name:	Oakland Athletics
Colors:		Yellow/Green/White
Description:	Retro 1972 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		28/60
Team Name:	Oakland Athletics
Colors:		Green/Yellow/White
Description:	Retro 1972 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		29/60
Team Name:	Philadelphia Phillies
Colors:		White/Red
Description:	Retro 1980 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		30/60
Team Name:	Philadelphia Phillies
Colors:		Blue/Red/White
Description:	Retro 1980 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		31/60
Team Name:	Pittsburgh Pirates
Colors:		White (Pinstripe)/Brown
Description:	Retro 1979 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		32/60
Team Name:	Pittsburgh Pirates
Colors:		Yellow/Brown
Description:	Retro 1979 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		33/60
Team Name:	Texas Rangers
Colors:		White/Red/Blue
Description:	Retro 1976 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		34/60
Team Name:	Texas Rangers
Colors:		Blue/Red
Description:	Retro 1976 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		35/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1970 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		36/60
Team Name:	Cincinnati Reds
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1970 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		37/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1975 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		38/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1975 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	500 MVP Points

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Number:		39/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1954 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		40/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1954 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		41/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1934 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		42/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1934 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		43/60
Team Name:	Brooklyn Dodgers
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1941 Brooklyn Dodgers Home Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		44/60
Team Name:	Brooklyn Dodgers
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1941 Brooklyn Dodgers Road Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		45/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1916 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		46/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1916 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		47/60
Team Name:	New York Giants
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1954 New york Giants Home Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		48/60
Team Name:	New York Giants
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1954 New york Giants Road Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		49/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1906 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		50/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1906 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	750 MVP Points

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Number:		51/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1927 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		52/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1927 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		53/60
Team Name:	Philadelphia Athletics
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1921 Philadelphia Athletics Home Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		54/60
Team Name:	Philadelpia Athletics
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1921 Philadelphia Athletics Road Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		55/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1919 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		56/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1919 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		57/60
Team Name:	Washington Senators
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1913 Washington Senators Home Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		58/60
Team Name:	Washington Senators
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1913 Washington Senators Road Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		59/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1903 Home Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points

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Number:		60/60
Team Name:	*
Colors:		?
Description:	Retro 1903 Road Jersey
MVP Points:	1000 MVP Points


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17. Classic Stadiums
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There are 8 Classic Stadiums in this game.  Here  I have listed all of the
details for each of the stadiums.


Number:		1/8
Name:		Crosley Field
Location:	Cincinnati, Ohio
Description:	Home of the Reds
When:		1912 - 1970
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		2/8
Name:		Astrodome
Location:	Houston, Texas
Description:	Home of the Astros
When:		1965 - 1999
MVP Points:	2500 Points

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Number:		3/8
Name:		Tiger Stadium
Location:	Detroit, Michigan
Description:	Home of the Tigers
When:		1912 - 1999
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		4/8
Name:		Griffith Stadium
Location:	Washington, DC
Description:	Home of the Senators
When:		1903 - 1961
MVP Points:	3000 Points

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Number:		5/8
Name:		?
Location:	Philadelphia, Pennslyvania
Description:	Home of the Athletics
When:		1909 - 1954
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		6/8
Name:		?
Location:	St Louis, Missouri
Description:	Home of the Cardinals
When:		1920 - 1966
MVP Points:	4000 Points

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Number:		7/8
Name:		?
Location:	New York, New York
Description:	Home of the Giants
When:		1911 - 1957
MVP Points:	5000 Points

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Number:		8/8
Name:		?
Location:	Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania
Description:	Home of the Pirates
When:		1909 - 1970
MVP Points:	5000 Points


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18. Hitting/Pitching/Fielding/Running Help
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This is the ultimate section to find a detailed description of all your
hitting/pitching/fielding/running problems.  Need help on hitting, then check
hitting.  Big thanks to Inks71 (email:delfjac@yahoo.com, website:
www.highaims.com) for donating all this information for this guide.  I thought
that it would be very nice to have more than one strategy on
hitting/pitching/fielding/running.  Though this section is really a basic
understanding of baseball, it really help people that are having problems with
the basics of this game.


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				Pitching
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Here are some conventions I'd like to establish to help make sense out of
this FAQ.
1. I'll always use the View 3 (Center) in this FAQ, even though when I pitch,
I have the pitcher cam on.
2. Unless otherwise stated, I assume it's a RHP facing a righty situation.
3. I number the zones like the following diagram.

   ----------------------
   |      |      |      |
   |   1  |   2  |   3  |
   |      |      |      |
   |      |      |      |
   ----------------------
   |      |      |      |
   |   4  |   5  |   6  |
   |      |      |      |
   |      |      |      |
   ----------------------
   |      |      |      |
   |   7  |   8  |   9  |
   |      |      |      |
   |      |      |      |
   ----------------------

Assuming it's righty vs righty, Zone 1 is "Up and in", and Zone 9 is "Low
and away" etc

4. I use 3 basic corner descriptions for the locations of the target

  Location A: Inside the corner (The cursor is inside the strike zone, and
the edge of your cursor just barely touches both edges of the corner and your
controller should barely vibrate)

	Here is an example using zone 9. It applies to zone 1,3 and 7 as well.
                        |
                     ## |
                    ####|
                    ####|
               ______##_|

  Location B: Right on the corner (The center of the cursor is right on the
corner. Controller vibrates moderately)

	Here is an example using zone 9. It applies to zone 1,3 and 7 as well.

                        |
                        |
                       ##
               _______####
                      ####
                       ##

  Location C: Outside the corner (The cursor is outside of the strike zone
but still barely touches the corner of the strike zone. You can feel the
vibration of the controller telling you that your pitch is most likely going
to be ball.)

	Here is an example using zone 9. It applies to zone 1,3 and 7 as well.

                        |
                        |
                        |
               _________|##
                        ####
                        ####
                         ##


Here's a simple diagram of all the locations I use


C             C
 B-----------B
 |          A|
 |           |
 |           |
 |           |
 |           |
 |           |
 |A         A|
 B-----------B
C             C

Notice the absence of Location A at the upper left corner (Zone 1). That's
not a good target because you need to be extra careful with up and in
pitches.



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			The Basics
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The first step to good pitching in this game is being able to consistently
hit the green zone. In 100 pitches, you shouldn't miss more than 3 times in
the green zone. (This doesn't mean you don't pitch balls. It means that you
don't tip off your pitch and has a big bright "hit me" cursor showing on the
screen for the batter)

I can usually use my starter until 35% stamina where some of his pitches only
give me a thin line of green.

Most people don't have problem with hitting the green zone. The trick is to
understand a few mechanics about the game and about real pitching.

1. Understand that the meter matches the animation of your pitcher and the
speed varies depending on the pitcher.

2. If you never pitched a ball in real life, try it (I am serious). Get
yourself a ball and try it out in the backyard. You will understand the
windup and observe the release point (the moment you let the ball go to hit
the wall). The release point is where the green zone is. Once you get a
handle on it, it's very intuitive. You shouldn't even be too focused on the
pitching meter. It's a matter of rhythm and feel.

3. IMPORTANT: for most pitchers, the speed of the pitch meter becomes faster
once there is someone on base. This is because pitchers generally have a full
windup when no one is on base to get more power out of the pitch. And when
there are runners, he pitches from the stretch (shorter windup to prevent
base stealing). Hence, the meter moves faster. However, some pitchers,
especially relievers, always pitch from the stretch and their meters always
move fast regardless of man on base. Derek Lowe from the Red Sox, though a
starter, always pitches from the stretch (He used to be a reliever). If you
find your pitching out of synch in the middle of the game, this might be the
reason.

4. You can also sacrifice effectiveness for larger green zone. (I usually
press the meter all the way into the red because I have no problem hitting a
thin green line)


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			The Setup
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What is the purpose of Pitching? It's to get outs. It doesn't matter whether
it's a ground out, pop out, or
strikeout. Your job as a pitcher is to confuse the hell out of the batter so
he couldn't put a good swing on the ball.

How? First, think about how the CPU gets you out. Have you been in a
situation where you don't know what the hell is going on and swing at the
wrong pitches, pass up the good pitches, and swing too late or too early or
what have you. I bet you have. Well, what happened? Perhaps you got
intimidated by a fastball so you swing early on the next slow pitch. Perhaps
you got fooled by a curveball that dropped outside of the strike zone so you
pass up on the next good pitch.

Guess what, you can do exactly the same thing to CPU.

Here are the steps:

1. Always Pitch to the Corners
This is a no-brainer. But since I have friends whose knowledge of baseball is
only limited to games, I'll have to explain. I was asked: "the strike zone is
so big, why do you always have to pitch to the corners?"  Because they are
harder to hit. And that is the essence of baseball. The pitcher tries his
best to get the batter to hit a bad pitch and the batter tries his best to
wait for a good pitch to drive before getting 3 strikes. If you wonder why
you are getting hammered, perhaps you haven't been told to pitch to the
corners. When you are pitching, there is no strike zone, only 4 corners. Of
course, there are pitchers whose fastball can blow by you even when thrown
down the center. And of course, the CPU probably strikes you out several
times by pitching down the center. Bad news, you can't do that back to CPU,
not at MVP level, not even at players who have a blue zone 5. Don't pitch to
zone 5, ever!
NOTE: To know if you are throwing a good corner pitch: if your controller
does not vibrate at all, you are aiming too close to the center.
(Apology to the veteran players, I just have to get this part out of the way,
I hate to have someone telling me my tips don't work only to find out he
missed the first step)

2. Understand your pitcher
Your pitcher does not have all good pitches. You can see right on the screen
which are his good pitches, and which one are his ok pitches. Besides giving
you a larger green zone on the meter, his good pitches have a higher
probability of getting a called strike when pitching to Locations B  – right
on the corner (refer to the 3 basic locations above). Locations A is almost
always a strike. And you can even get strike called once in awhile using
Locations C. (from now on, I'm going to assume that you hit the green zone
meter with full effectiveness in the pitch discussed) This is especially
useful when you are facing a dangerous batter, you want to use your good
pitch on Locations C and preferably combined with his blue zone and hope you
can get lucky.
Every pitcher should have 2 bread and butter pitches (a fastball and a
breaking ball), all the other pitches are useful also, you just have to use
them correctly.
Your good pitches are the ones you want to use in a tough situation, throwing
to Locations B or C. Your good breaking ball is also your strikeout pitch.

3. Understand your opponent
How you pitch has a lot to do with your opponent's ability, the
aggressiveness of the batter (tendency to swing at close or bad pitches), the
power and contact ratings.
A batter with high power but mediocre contact rating will rarely pull your
low and away pitch for a homerun. And we all know that coming inside on a
power hitter is one of the most dangerous things a pitcher can do. You can
trick an aggressive hitter into swinging bad pitches easier than more
disciplined hitters.

4. And here is a sample approach --

***** 0-0 Count *****
Start with a blue corner
A good way to start your pitching sequence is to Locations A or B (or
somewhere between A and B) to a blue corner (outside corner is better than
inside corner). If the batter doesn't have a blue corner, then pick a white
corner (however, it's a toss up between red corner away and white corner
inside), or blue side zone (again, outside is better than inside and make
sure that your controller vibrates a little)

If you do this well (hit the meter, have the proper location and corner,
using your good pitch), you are only giving up hits on this first pitch less
than 5% of the time*. The other 15% of the time might result in a called
ball, and 80% of the time is the result you want: weak grounder, fly out or
pop out, or a foul/called strike.

*Let's say you give up 10 hits, 2 walks and 1 error in 9 innings. Perhaps
only 2 of the 10 hits are from the very first pitch. 2 in 40 At-bats
(27outs+10hits+2walk+1E), that's 5%.

If you get a strike because of a foul ball or a swinging strike, you want to
know if the batter swings early or late and by how much.


===== 0-1 Count =====
Obviously, you want to go for 0-2, but how you arrive at 0-1 and who the
batter is will determine what you do.

If the batter did not swing at your first pitch, you can repeat the same
process if you are not afraid of the batter (i.e. he is not a dangerous
hitter), especially if you have a good fastball. Other good choices including
going to a different blue corner or using a different (good) pitch.

Let's say you arrive at 0-1 via a foul ball or a swinging strike:
If the batter was late on the first pitch, it means he's timing for a slow
pitch. You want to go for another fast pitch or even faster (if your first
pitch is already your fastest, then you can either do the same thing or
change location).
It also depends on how late the first swing was. This rarely happens on the
first pitch, but sometimes you'll see the CPU batter not only swings late but
also looks totally stupid, then you definitely want to humiliate him by
blowing him away with another fastball. (this happens more often when the CUP
has a AAA call-up)

If the batter was too early on the first pitch, it means he's anticipating a
fastball. Then you want to give him a slow pitch to mess up his timing
(changeups and curves are good)

Now, if you decide to repeat the same pitch and location of the first pitch,
Remember to push the location out a bit. I.e. if you used Location A (inside
corner), then go to Location B (right on corner). If you already used
Location B, you want to move the location towards C but not completely
outsides because you really don't want a ball. You don't mind the possibility
of getting a called ball, but you just don't want to intentionally pitching a
ball.

IMPORTANT: you absolutely do not want to repeat the same pitch and location
if the batter's swing was not too far off. If the batter hit a foul ball
that's barely foul (example: almost a HR), your next identical pitch is
almost guaranteed to be a hit. Change the pitch and location.


===== 1-0 Count =====
If your first pitch resulted in a called ball, you want to be a little bit
more careful on the second one. If it's a threat situation and you want to be
careful, you can still use Locations B. But if the hitter is not really a
great concern (i.e. opposing pitcher is hitting), you should opt for
Locations A, which have a better percentage of getting a strike. Again, pick
a blue corner if available


===== 1-1 Count =====
Treat 1-1 count like 0-0 count but don't use the same location and pitch as
the first 2 pitches. Mix them up.

===== 2-0 Count =====
Now you are behind, you want to be really careful on the 3rd pitch. Still aim
at corners as always. You want to use Locations A or even more careful if the
batter is not a terrible threat. To have a better chance of getting a strike,
make sure that your controller is NOT vibrating.


===== 2-1 Count =====
Treat this count similar to 2-0 Count. Aim for corners, mix pitch type and
speed as usual.



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			Going for Strikeouts
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If you are interested in striking out your batter (not all pitchers are
suitable for this task) here's how:

===== 0-2 Count =====
You have the advantage here and have balls to give. There is absolute no need
for you to throw a strike. This is the count where the CPU batter will swing
at bad pitches. Breaking balls (curve, sinker, etc) that break down and
outside of the strike zone are great in this situation. Use Locations C only,
or even further out.

===== 1-2 Count =====
Almost the same idea as 0-2 count, just another chance. There is no need to
be overly concern about another called ball.

===== 2-2 Count =====
Going to 3-2 count is not something you want to do. You can give Locations C
another try if the batter is dangerous, otherwise, use Locations B.

===== Called 3rd Strike and Swinging 3rd Strike =====
The strategy describe above is geared towards getting a swinging strikeout.
If the batter does not swing, you will definitely get a ball.

However, if you want to be careful about the count, particularly on 1-2 and
2-2 counts, you might want to aim for a called 3rd strike. You use Locations
A or B instead of C to accomplish this (Remember, even using Locations A,
your controller should vibrate a bit). Yes, the chance for the batter to make
contact with the pitch is greater (hopefully ground out or pop out) but if
you do it correctly, you can make them look stupid by getting a called third
strike.

What the batter has done to the pitch before has a lot to do with your
approach. If you have noticed that he made contact with your slow pitch (slow
curve or change up) but fouled it off, a fastball to a different corner quite
often leaves him stunned.

If he has been pulling your fastballs, a curve to a low corner or changeup to
any corner might also get a called strike.



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			Giving Up Walks
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Why would you give up walks?
Well, if the possible damage of giving up a critical hit (someone is on 3rd),
an extra base hit, or a homerun is greater than giving up a walk, then you
should consider.

We are not talking about intentional walks here. We are talking about
pitching around a batter. Intentional walks are easy to comprehend: you don't
want to face Sosa, so you walk him. Pitching around a batter is when you are
facing a good hitter but iffy about walking him out right.

You use Locations B and C during the at-bat, and never Locations A because
you want to be careful. You hope that he will swing at a bad pitch and get
himself out, but instead, you get balls and fall behind.

===== 3-0 Count =====
In most cases, CPU will take one. You are safe to throw one over the plate.
But I'd still be careful about it. An away side zone is good (Zone 6 for
righty). And your controller should not be vibrating at all. Your cursor does
not have to go all the way to the edge, just as long as it's not in zone 5,
you should have a 3-1 Count right away.

===== 3-1 Count =====
CPU batters will swing in this case. Locations A are ideal. If you don't want
to walk the batter, err on the safe side and make sure that the controller
does not vibrate. If you are just a little bit concerned about giving up a
hit, still use Locations A but have the cursor encroaches on the lines a bit
more so the controller vibrates just a little. If you are really concerned
about giving up a hit, use Locations B (or closer to C even, depending on
your level of concerns). The probability of walking him is greater, but you
also might get lucky and get a strike or an easy ground/pop out.

Throwing fastballs on 3-1 Count is dangerous, because the batter expects it.
(You expect it also when you bat) However, in most cases, it's your best
pitch and has the best chance of hitting your target. Again, depends on your
concern and willingness to walk (and of course, your ability to hit the green
meter accurately) you might want to use something else.

===== 3-2 Count =====
Anything goes, it's also a strikeout count. Not too worried about giving up a
hit? Use the Called 3rd Strike strategy (use Locations A). Afraid of the
batter? Use the Swinging 3rd Strike strategy (Locations B or C or somewhere
in between).


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			Additional Pitching Tips
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1. If you are using a power pitcher, (Randy Johnson, for example) you can
throw to low and away corner all day and do ok (mix up the pitch type a bit,
but use primarily fastball and hit the same corner every pitch). You might
give up 2 or 3 runs, but that's about it. Though, you can really get torched
occasionally, and you'll definitely feel stupid if you lose a game pitching
this way.

2. Rally
Has this ever happened to you? You are pitching fine, but all of the sudden,
you give up 2 consecutive hits to the first 2 batters during an inning in the
middle of the game, then the hits start pouring. You just don't understand
it. You are making good pitches, strikes to the corners, but they just keep
pounding you away. And the crowd is roaring if you are the visiting team.
It's a rally. This usually happens when your pitching pattern becomes
predictable (you always throw a first strike low and away, or you always go
inside-outside, etc). And now, they know you are desperate to keep throwing
good strikes, particularly fastball corner strikes, and particularly low
strikes because you want a double play. You are stuck in a ditch. And you
need to do something unpredictable to get out of it. You might want to throw
a few balls, really come inside on the batter short of hitting him, perhaps a
few slow pitches. Send the manager to the mount. And hopefully the crowd will
quiet down and your pitcher can regain his composure.

3. Alternating pitch speed (added on 3/22/04)
Though the strategy mentioned above works well in most cases, it's still very
tough in MVP mode. I was experimenting with different pitch sequences and I
found something interesting that you might want to try.
For several games, I've been pitching one fast pitch followed by one slow
pitch and repeat to blue zones at the CPU hitters. I found out that when you
throw a fastball to a CPU hitter, he waits for a fastball the next pitch.
Then if you throw a slow pitch, he waits for a slow pitch the next pitch. So
by alternating between a fastball and a slow pitch (I use predominantly
curveballs and changeups for slow pitches), the CPU hitters always appear to
be early on slow pitches and late on fast pitches. I've been able to hold the
CPU to 6 hits or less for a few games now. Maybe you want to give this method
a try.


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			Batting
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"Pure Swing" is a pure joy. If you ever used it correctly to hit a dead-on
line drive, you'd agree that this batting system is the best ever created for
a video game.

Many people seem to have problem with batting in this game, particularly
playing on MVP level. Partially is due to the lack of information from the
manual, and partially is due to the experience we accumulated from playing
other baseball video games. I hope the tips I recommend here can improve your
understanding of batting in MVP.


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			The Basics of Hitting
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The common problems for most players are: the inability to draw walks, high
frequency of strikeouts, and the inability to make good contact with the
pitch.

Now, let's forget about hitting and the "Pure Swing" system for a moment.
Before you can hit, you need to be able to recognize the pitch, work the
count, and anticipate pitches correctly.

To start off, here are the Primary Goals we want to achieve:
1. Minimize your tendency to swing at bad pitches
2. Get you to be aware of and understand how to work the count
3. Increase your chance of getting the pitch you want and to hit on your
terms instead of the pitchers'.
4. Increase the probability of making good contact


Here's an exercise I designed that can help (It's not an exercise you need to
do per se. It's just an easy way for me to illustrate my method. If you can
comprehend it and use the approach directly in your games, great!)
1. Setup up an exhibition match, any teams will do. Make sure that you set
the difficulty to MVP on both sides.
2. Follow the approach described below.
3. You are only interested in hitting, so when an inning is over, switch the
controller to play the other team.


Use the following approach:
1. Absolutely DO NOT use the analog stick for this exercise. Use the X button
only. Using analog stick gives you a false impression that you are capable of
hitting pitches outsides of the strike zone.

2. You want to be VERY SELECTIVE when you don't have any strike on you. (0-0.
1-0 or 2-0 counts. 3-0 approach is different). You want to select an area to
hit. No more than 4 zones. I.e. you can look for pitches in zones 1,2,4 and
5; or 2-3-5-6, or 5-6-8-9, etc. You can focus on even less areas if you want
(like 4 and 5 only – middle and middle inside), but make sure you always
include zone 5.

3. You can anticipate a pitch to hit. It's not necessary, but if you have
difficulty making contact, set your mind on a fastball. It could be difficult
anticipating for the first couple of batters since you are not familiar with
the pitcher yet. For the first few batters, you want to get a feel of the
pitcher's fastball speed and breaking ball movement.

4. Before the ball is pitched, you should have a pretty good visualization of
how the pitch is supposed to come and how/when you are supposed to swing. If
the pitch is not close to how you anticipated (either zonewise or speedwise),
let it go. EVEN IF IT'S GOING TO BE A STRIKE. This is the toughest part. We
all have the temptation to swing at a potential strike. But don't. You have 3
strikes to give, what's the rush?

5. Don't swing at borderline pitches and don't swing at corner pitches.
Remember from the Pitching section, corner pitches are what we use to get CPU
players out, why would you want to swing at them, especially when you don't
have to. When in doubt, let it go. (Don't get too excited over the tipped off
pitches. If the big bright white dot is not in the zone you want, you're
better off letting it go by. Also, if the tipped-off pitch shows up in your
zone, don't get too fixated and forget to gauge the speed of the pitch. You
don't want to swing too early)

6. This approach will get you a lot of first called ball. And if you do
swing, you are more likely to make good contact because it's hitting on your
terms.

7. You can repeat the same process after the first pitch. But remember the
following:
  On 0-1 count – the likelihood of the pitcher throwing you a junk pitch is
greater
  On 2-1 and 2-0 count – the likelihood of getting a strike is greater.

8. There are also 3 pitcher types to be aware of:
 Finesse Pitchers (Mike Mussina, Greg Maddux) They don't have overbearing
fastballs (92-93MPH at most). They have an array of good breaking balls. And
they tend to throw balls to trick you into swinging.
 Power Pitchers (Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling) They have
fastballs 94MPH+ that you can't react to and must anticipate. They tend to go
after you with strikes
 Knuckleballer (Tim Wakefield, Steve Sparks). They are the SOBs. Don't use
them in this exercise or you will go mad. Face them when you get better. Good
luck.

You can bet on power pitchers to throw more fastball strikes, and you can bet
on finesse pitchers to throw more balls. Since in this exercise you'll be
batting on both sides, it's a good idea to pick similar pitchers for both
sides.

9. If you get in to a 2-strike situation, then you are in a reactive mode.
You can still gamble and anticipate if you want. But it's not a bad idea to
be protective, and try to react to the pitch the best way you can.
When the count is 0-2, the probability of getting ball is HUGE, especially
for finesse pitchers. Be ready to NOT SWING.

10. On 3-0 count, normally you are supposed to take a pitch as in real life
(unless your batter is very capable of hitting a HR, it's not worth it to
swing at a 3-0 pitch just to get a hit). However, this is an exercise, and
the goal is to learn to make good contact, so look for a pitch and swing away
if you get the pitch you want. (It's not a bad idea to look outside. On MVP
level, the CPU pitchers are very reluctant to come inside on you on 3-0 and
3-1 situations knowing that's what most people are looking to hit)

11. In this exercise, you want to aim for getting solid contact. We don't
worry about getting hits. Lines drive outs are good; hit hard to someone is
ok. As long as it's hit hard. You'll find out that if you are looking for an
inside pitch, you want to pull the ball (swing a bit early), if you are
looking for an outside pitch you don't want to swing too late (this is kind
of hard to explain. Outside pitches are naturally harder to hit. If you hit
it right on, it's a comebacker to the pitcher. If you swing just a fraction
late, you can put it between the first and second basemen. But since we are
not using the analog stick, it's difficult to hit it hard the other way. But
the goal here is to avoid pulling outside pitches)

12. Avoid "Bad Outs".
I define the 2 following conditions as "Bad Outs"
  a. 3-pitch strikeout.
  A common scenario if you have no control. Swinging at the first bad pitch,
pass up on the second good pitch; and don't know what's going on the 3rd
pitch. If you are using my approach, you should have plenty of opportunities
to avoid this type of outs. You'd know not to swing at the first bad pitch;
you'd know to be aware of a ball when it's 0-2.

  b. Hit a weak grounder or a pop up when there is no strike on you.
  When there is no strike on you, you should not be swinging at anything
that's not close to what you are looking for. This is a situation when you
are looking for an inside pitch, but just can't resist to take a whack at an
away corner pitch that looks like a strike. It's understandable if you have
one or two strikes on you to swing at bad pitches, but it shouldn't happen
often with no strikes.

13. After playing 9 innings (54 outs, 27 on each side), if you can
consistently get 1-2 walks, 10+ hits (combined, I know, 5 per team is a low
number, but remember we don't use the analog stick at all), and less then 10
"Bad Outs" (you have to count this yourself), you are in pretty good shape.
This means you've learn to minimize your urge to swing at craps, you've
maximized your chance to get a good crack at the ball and ready for the
analog stick.

Another good way to gauge you patience is by looking at the opposing
pitcher's pitch count (it's on the pause screen). If you can get the pitcher
to throw 10+ pitches per inning, you are not doing too badly. If he only
needs 6-8 pitches to end an inning, you are too impatient.

BTW, I'm sure you know never to swing at a tipped-off ball, right? The pitch
that comes with a circle and X right in the middle. The only time you might
possible swinging at them is when you are anticipating a 98MPH fastball and
jumped the gun.

Remember, hitting, is not guessing. Guessing is when you guess for an inside
fastball and swing away regardless of the actual pitch. This is a systematic
way of improving your chance of getting a hit.


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			"Pure Swing" Explained
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The description from the manual and even the video explanation in the game
are very simplistic. Once you get a handle on the system, it makes a lot of
sense and it makes all other video game batting system obsolete.

===== The Key Points About "Pure Swing" =====

1. Timing is more important than how you use the analog stick.

From the previous exercise, you probably figured out that your batter is
capable of making contact with any strikes as long as your timing is correct.
If you watch the replay of your swing, you'll see that your batter tries his
best to make contact with the ball regardless of its location.

2. You have absolute control over the timing of your swing, but only some
control over the type of contact your batter can make.

The position of the thumb stick is a general direction or objective you ask
the batter to accomplish. Just like the manual says, hold up for a fly ball,
down for a ground ball, etc. however, you must realize that because the
batter is position on one side of the home plate, he cannot generate the same
power to all 9 zones, and contact results from the zones are not symmetric.
I.e. you cannot approach inside and outside pitches the same way, and you
cannot expect the same result.

3. You cannot hit pitches outside of the strike zone well.

In many baseball video games, if you use the thumb stick or D-pad well, you
can sometimes reach balls outside the strike zone and get a hit. This type of
occurrence is rare in MVP. That's because the thumb stick is not a "reaching
tool"

4. Moving the thumb stick to where the ball is pitched is not the only way to
have good hits. "Pure Swing" is not zone hitting like in High Heat. The thumb
stick does not tell your batter where to swing but rather "How to Swing"


5. To get a quick understanding of "Pure Swing", go to homerun showdown games
and try out different swings.




===== "Pure Swing" in Depth =====

(Assuming the batter is right handed)

1. Up
Pushing the stick up tells your batter to lift the ball in the air,
regardless of the location it's pitched. I.e. he needs to get his bat
underneath the ball in order to lift it. Naturally, it's easier to lift a
pitch that's already high, but you can still do it with a low pitch, provided
that it's in the strike zone and your timing is perfect. If your timing is
just a bit off, the common result is a weak grounder, or a pop up if you
swing too early.

2. Down
Pushing the stick down tells your batter to hit the ball to the ground. He
must get the bat on top of the pitch. And it's naturally easier to do with
lower pitcher. However, this type of hitting can create interesting results
for high pitches.
If the pitch is on the top of the strike zone, your batter might not be able
to lift his shoulders high enough to get to bat on top of the pitch, but he
might hit it squarely instead. A common result is actually a line drive. Yes,
a line drive when the pitch is a high strike and you push the stick down.
Pushing the stick down for a low pitch is actually not a very good idea
unless you know what you are doing. All you are doing is driving the ball
hard to the ground. You might get good contact, but lots of groundouts. Just
like in real life, low balls are tougher to hit, and when the defense want to
get you on a double play, they pitch low. In many case, it's actually better
to leave the stick in the center when hitting low balls, your chances of
hitting a line drive over the infielders are better. However, in the
situations where you need a ground ball (Hit and Run), you want to push the
stick down.

3. Left
Telling your batter to pull the pitch. Pulling and push has a lot more to do
with timing than the position of the thumb stick. However, using the stick
can help especially if the pitcher has a very fast fastball. This position
only works with center and inside pitches (zones 1,2,4,5,7,8). You chance of
pulling an outside pitch using this method is next to zero. That's because
this commend tells your batter to shorten his swing so he can get the bat
head thru the strike zone faster in order to pull the pitch (if you miss, pay
attention to the overhead p-i-p replay, you'll see the bat barely covers the
strike zone). Remember, he also tries his best to make contact with the
pitch, so an outside pitch is the direct contradiction of this commend.
If you want to pull an outside pitch, the better way would be to leave the
stick neutral and swing early, or even point the stick outside and swing
early.


4. Right
If you want to hit the pitch to the opposite side, this is the way to do it.
If your batter does not have a high contact or a high power rating, this is
the only way to counter outside pitches (or be patient). Pushing to the right
works well with zones 3,6, and 9. Just like they are supposed to be in real
life, outside pitches are harder to hit than inside pitches.
The timing for an outside pitch is very tricky. My advice is: don't swing too
early. Most of the time, if you try to pull an outside pitch to the left
field, all you do is hitting it off the end of your bat and weakly ground out
to the second baseman. If you hit it squarely, you might get a comebacker
between the second baseman and the short stop. And if you just hit it a tad
late, you might be able to put it through the space between the 1st and 2nd
basemen. However, the contact will not be strong because your swing does not
have the chance to generate power. And if you are too late, it's another weak
grounder again.
Moving the stick to the right side will cause your batter to lean in a bit
and increase the power given to this type of contact, and get a better chance
of driving the ball pass infielders.
Outside pitches are generally the kind you pass up when you have no strikes
on you, unless you have a good reason: you have a man on first so the gap
between 1st and 2nd basemen is larger; Outside is your batter's hot zone; You
are executing Hit and Run; or the pitcher has a great fastball that you can't
catch up and want to try a different approach.
For pitches that are in the middle column (zone 2,5 and 8), you normally want
to pull them for power, but if you can't catch up with the pitch, it's not a
bad idea to go the other way because that gives you just a fraction of a
second longer to react and still be able to get a good hit.

5. Up and left.
This is the most popular approach. And in most cases, it works wonders. This
position tells your batter to shorten up his swing and scoop the pitch high
over the left field fence. This type of swing works well with zones 1,2,4 and
5. It also works with low-and-in pitches in zone 7. It has occasional success
with zone 3 and 8 depending on your batter and timing. Tough to hit zone 6
and almost impossible to get a good contact from zone 9 (except possibly
bloopers to the right field). If you don't want to think much about hitting,
don't want to pay attention about hitting, this is the best casual way to
play. Simply sit on one pitch and one general area and hope to get lucky.
Also, hopefully you are playing with a team that has many power hitters,
otherwise you are just hitting flyouts. However, in MVP difficulty, CPU don't
come to this zone often, particularly in times when you think they might such
as 3-0 or 3-1 counts. They are more likely to pitch you away especially if
you have a power hitter in the batter's box. (In my games, CPU never pitches
to Pujols inside on 3-0 and 3-1)
Anticipating to jack one out of the park this way is a sensible approach when
you have no strikes and can afford to be picky.

6. Up and Right.
This is similar to simply pressing right. However, besides giving more power
to the outside swings, your batter will also attempt to lift the ball in the
air. This swing works well with zone 3,6 and 9. Yes, it works with zone 9.
You batter can hit a low and away pitch out of the park the other way for a
homerun if you push Up and Right. It's a great way to hit if you need a fly
ball (man on 3rd) and just can't get a middle or inside pitch to hit. It's
also a great way to a triple. And in the situation where the CPU is setting
you up for a double play, this type of swing is a good way to avoid it. (if
you don't connect well, it's probably a weak grounder that won't result in a
double play.)

7. Down and Right.
Going for a grounder away. This is a specialty swing. You want to hit a
strong grounder pass the 1st and 2nd basemen. Your batter will attempt to get
his bat on top of the ball just like holding the stick directly down, except
with extra power to the right side.
It works with zone 3, 6 and 9. You actually can get good line drives hitting
zone 3 pitches this way. Just like trying to hit high pitches holding down,
your batter cannot get the bat high enough to drive the ball to the ground
but hits it squarely instead. However, if your zone 3 is a cold zone, there
is no way the batter can get the bat on top of the pitch, not even close. All
you do is hitting pop-ups.


8. Down and Left.
You are asking your batter to pull a pitch into the left side for a ground
ball hit. Again, can result in line drive when approaching pitches in high
zones. If your contact rating is low, you won't even be able to touch balls
in zone 3,6 and 9. This is a specialty swing just like the one above.
But because of the natural arc of a swing, this type of swing can also scoop
low-inside pitch for a single to the left field.




Remember, your thumb stick is not about where to swing, but how to swing. And
your batter's performance, besides contact rating, has a lot to do with hot
and cold zones. For example, if your batter has a cold zone 2, his ability to
do what you ask for in that zone is low. He can't pull or push pitches well,
and if you ask him to hit down hoping to get a hard line drive, you can
forget about it. All he'll do is hitting pop ups. Usually all he can do in
the cold zones is trying to make contact. And if your timing is good, he
might get a hit. Let's say your batter has a hot zone 2 and cold zone 8, if
you hold down to swing at a pitch coming at zone 2, your batter has a good
chance of getting a line drive, even though your thumb stick is pointing down
at the cold zone 8. Thumb stick position has nothing to do with swing
location.

Occasionally, Hot zones can be a mix blessing. For example, your batter has a
hot zone 6 (outside). You ask him to hit an away grounder intended to go
between 1st and 2nd basemen. You swing just a little bit early, and it
becomes a grounder directly to the 2nd baseman. However, with another batter
who has a cold zone 6, and since he is incapable of following orders in the
zone to drive the ball to the ground (i.e. get his bat on top of the pitch),
he simply hits it over the head of the 2nd baseman. Yes, that can happen.

My description is a very generic and simplistic outline of Pure Swing. You
will encounter many many incidences where the results don't even come close
to what I describe or what you have in mind. I can't stress enough, timing is
far more important than the analog stick. If you want to hit the ball the
other way but pull it instead, you swing too early. Any time you get an
unusual or unexpected result, use the replay feature to find out the contact
point, you'll gain much insight to the Pure Swing system in no time.


Q. It's so complicated, why can't I just point the analog stick at the pitch?
A: Of course you can. It's a lot of work to make "Pure Swing" work. It
demands a lot of attention and mental focus. You probably noticed during your
exercise, whenever your mind wanders, you do horribly. I sometimes play it
just like that, simply pointing the stick at the ball. And that's also how
the in game tutorial tells you to play. Most of the time, you'll do ok, the
only area lacking in this type of approaches is the low balls; you might hit
into more double plays than you prefer. I just want you to know that you have
options.

If you've ever correctly taken an outside pitch to the opposite field for a
HR, smack a high pitch to the ground for a Hit and Run, hit a line drive
comebacker over the middle infielders, you'd truly appreciate the beauty of
the system.


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			The Green Zone for Hitting
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The idea of hitting is to make contact in the Green Zone. (Not the Green Zone
for pitchers, the Green Zone for batters). What Green Zone? Please watch the
in game MVP tips video, "Art of the Hitting". It explains to you that Green
Zone is where your swing can make good contact; Yellow Zone is where your
swing makes so-so contact, and the White Zone is probably for no contact.

You can't see these zones in the game, but they exist nevertheless.

The size of green zone varies according to the location of the pitch, the
batter's contact rating, hot and cold zones, and how you position the analog
stick.

The green zone is large for pitches in zone 5, small for corner pitches
(that's why we pitch to the corners). Large in red squares and small in blue
squares. Also small in away squares.

Green zone is earlier (close to the pitcher) for inside pitches and a little
bit late (closer to the catcher) for outside pitchers. That's why we swing
early on inside pitches and a tad late or not too early for outside pitches.

When you move your stick to the outside to hit the ball the other way, you
increase the green zone in that area.

Green zone is huge for tipped-off pitches.

Green zone is almost nonexistent if your low contact rating batter tries to
pull an outside pitch.

When I say "if your timing is correct…" I mean that if you are capable of
hitting the green zone regardless of its size.

You know when you hit the green zone because you hear the crisp and sweet
crack of the bat sound and it's very satisfying.

Timing, is all about hitting the green zone.

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				Fielding
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Fielding can be the most troublesome aspect of the game. You can get better
at pitching and hitting, but you can only do well in fielding as long as the
CPU doesn't choke on you.


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				 Outfield
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Most people don't have any problem with a routine fly ball, even if you need
to use the right analog stick for Big Play Control moments. The most common
problems in the outfield are - giving up too many triples, and have a late
jump on the ball.

Here are a few things you need to know about fielding:
1. Despite what you might feel, the CPU usually does a good job of assigning
you with a fielder who has the best chance to catch the ball. Mistake happens
when you think you should be controlling one fielder but in fact, you are
controlling the other and taking him down the wrong direction.
2. When CPU assigns a fielder for you to make the catch, the others fielders
run back up paths. (They actually run them correctly)
3. There is about 0.5 to 1.0 sec delay after the ball is hit and before you
can have control of the assigned fielder.
4. During this brief delay, all fielders are running at the correct
directions, including yours.

You job is to:
Quickly identify your fielder and continue the path he is on before you take
over. You need to move the stick to the direction he's running before the
transition, otherwise he will stop and go (or slowdown) and frequently let a
catchable fly ball turn into a blooper hit or worse.

Here is a likely scenario of confusion:
The ball is hit between left and center fielders. You assume that you are in
control of the left fielder and immediately press down-right to chase the
ball, but in fact, the CPU assigns you the center fielder and all you are
doing is sending you center fielder to the first base direction, while the
CPU controlled left fielder is running the backup path (towards the wall).

===== Tricks for locating your assigned fielder =====
1. The fielder you control has a white circle underneath him. And if you have
the player name option on, the nametag will appear underneath your fielder.
2. Unfortunately, both the circle and the name usually show up late. By the
time you see them, you fielder already stops running.
3. You have 0.5 to 1.0 of time to decide, don't move your stick right away
after the hit, moving the fielder to the wrong direction is more damaging
than not moving or moving late.
4. The fielder that has the "L1" label on him is NOT the one you are
controlling. And in most cases, it's only a decision between 2 fielders; it's
easy to find him this way. Besides, unlike the circle and nametag, "L1" label
shows up right away.
5. Turn off the player icon option. You don't need it. If you are playing
Dynasty mode, you should know who your outfielders are and their capabilities
before the game. You should also use the scouting report to know your
opponent. There is no need to use icons. They inhibit your ability to quickly
find the "L1" label.

Let's revisit the scenario:
As soon as the ball is hit and the camera switches view, don't jump the gun
by immediately moving down-right. Judging by the view, you should know right
away the choice is between the center fielder and the left fielder. You see
the "L1" tag next to the left fielder, you immediately press down-left
(because you know you are in control of the center fielder by process of
elimination. You already roughly know where he is supposed to be, you know
where the ball will land, you don't need to locate him before you move. You
move first then fine tune his path).

===== Reducing unfair triples =====
Ah... the notorious CPU cheap triples. Some triples are legit, like those hit
to the right field, or the batter is a fast runner. Some are questionable,
especially the ones hit to the left side of the field by average speed
hitters. They are usually the result of bad fielding, not slow fielders.

Here is usually how it happens:
The ball is hit between the center and left fielders. It is closer to the
left fielder so you think you should be in control of the left fielder. But
no, CPU assigns you the center fielder. Why? Because that's an easy double
and the left fielder doesn't have a realistic chance of catching the ball.
The ball will reach the outfield wall and bounce towards the center fielder.
If you think you are in control of the left fielder, you probably move the
center fielder out of position by the time the ball bounces towards him.
Worse, if you hit the "L1" button to control the left fielder, all you can do
is chasing after the ball for a long time. Even if you haven't moved the
center fielder out of position much, he is no help because you know that the
CPU controlled fielders don't field the ball when yours is in close
proximity.
Instead, if you realize that you are in control of the center fielder and use
him to field the bounced ball, you can hold the runner at the second base.


It's still not safe after you field the ball. You need to know where to
throw, the best way is to throw to the third base (hit the square button) and
immediately hold R1 to cut it off with your shortstop. If you don't cut it
off, the ball will die down somewhere before reaching the 3rd base and
allowing the runner to reach safely. If you do it correctly, you'll see the
runner thinking about taking third but return to second right away.



===== Bloopers =====
In most cases, you are deciding between 2 out fielders to control. However,
if the hit is a lazy shallow blooper, CPU might assign you an infielder. This
is particularly tricky. If you can identify the situation quickly and
correctly move the infielder outward without any hiccups, your infielder can
make the catch. But if you just hesitate a bit or have a wrong initial move,
you might want to tap L1 right away and have your outfielder come in if they
are reasonably close by.

CPU does tend to get a few cheap bloopers in every game. Still, with
practice, the number can be reduced.



===== Other Outfield Tips =====

-Know your limit. It's a temptation trying to catch everything and trying to
throw everyone out at the home plate. Don't. You should know who's running
the bases, your outfielders' strength and make the correct throws.

-It's better to give up a base hit than trying to reach for a tough catch and
risk the possibility of letting the ball go by (i.e. a triple). The only time
you do this is in a do or die situation (Bottom of the 9th, last out, man on
3rd). If you are up by 1 run, you don't mind a single, but you don't want to
give up a triple.

-If you can't make the catch, you should move your fielder to intercept the
path of the ball before it reaches the wall instead of running directly
towards the ball.

-You can add more power to your throw to the home plate. When there is a man
on 3rd and you get a high fly ball (you have plenty of time to get your
outfielder in position) you can move the stick up after the fielder locks in
position. This will cause him to move to the top of the circle (the fielding
aid). Press and hold the X button BEFORE you catch the ball, and you'll see
him does a short running catch and throw the ball to the home plate. (You
still need to release the X button correctly after the throw meter shows up)

-When throwing to the home plate, don't let your throw meter go into red.
Offline throws are useless. Also, be aware of other baserunners. If the play
at home doesn't have a good chance, you are better off throwing the ball to
2nd base so other base runners don't advance on you.



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Some key points about the outfield still apply to infield.
1. CPU tries to assign you the optimum fielder (still true, I'll explain)
2. You still have a fraction of a second before taking control of the
fielder, and they all move correctly before you take over.


(NOTE: my description of the fielding mechanics is not 100% accurate. The CPU
behavior is not always consistent and I can't figure out why. But at least I
can get my fielders to perform as instructed 90% of the time)

===== Normal Fielding =====
You move your fielder in position. LET GO of the stick once he fields the
ball, then throw.
This way, your fielder will try to get a good footing before throwing. Most
obvious for the Shortstop --- he runs towards the third base to catch the
ball. After he fields (No Big Play Control). He stops and plants his right
foot, then throw to the first base. This is the way to throw if you have
plenty of time to get the out. A fielder who's already running towards the
throw direction might not slowdown to plant his foot (he doesn't have to)


===== Throwing on the Move =====
You move your fielder towards the ball. CONTINUE to hold the stick towards
the running direction after the catch, and throw. In this case, your fielder
will throw on the move without trying to get a solid footing first. If you
are using Derek Jeter (or other good Shortstops), you'll see them hop and
turn in the mid air to throw to the first base. Be aware of your throw meter,
the chance of committing an error is greater than the Normal Fielding
(particularly on MVP level)


===== Preload Your Throw =====
If you hold down the throw button before the fielder catches the ball, he'll
try to get rid of it as soon as he catches it. (The throw meter will still
pop up and you still need to release the button correctly). It can be done
both in stationary or running positions. If your fielder is running when you
preload your throw, he will do something similar to Throwing on the Move.


===== Big Play Control =====
Your fielder can jump up or take a bigger step to catch the ball when needed.
And if the situation requires, he can leap and dive. This is a problem area.
Leap is just like what an outfielder does, jump sideway in the air trying to
catch a line drive. Dive, he slides and hits the ground trying to stop a fast
ground ball.

To perform a leap, your right analog stick needs to be at the top half of the
circle, and to perform a dive, use the lower half.

Let's say you are moving the second baseman towards the second base to stop a
fast groundball that gets pass the pitcher. Your left thumb stick point up-
left. You need to execute a Big Play in order to catch the ball so you move
your right thumb stick to up-left position as well. It's only natural. But
instead of diving down to stop the ball, because the right stick moves to the
top half of the circle, the second baseman leaps as if trying to catch a line
drive and let the groundball go to the outfield. It's ugly. You need to
remember down for dive, up for leap regardless of his running direction.


===== Throwing after Big Play Control =====
If you hold down the throw button while executing the Big Play, your fielder
will do some nifty moves. You get to see him toss from the knee; toss from
the knee and roll over (common for 2nd baseman), bare hand toss etc. The only
tricky part is the throw meter. The meter can be very slow or very fast
depending on the Big Play. If you release the button too early, your fielder
will toss the ball softly and waste the Big Play effort, if release too late,
he might commit and error. You want to pay attention under these
circumstances and don't assume all throw meters move at the same speed.


===== The Problem Areas =====
When pitches are hit between the first and second basemen, CPU has a tendency
to give you control of the first baseman. Yes, it's the optimum choice
because he indeed is capable of making the catch. However, your reaction is
frequently too late to utilize the first baseman, and you prefer to control
the second baseman. What usually happens is you watching the CPU controlled
second baseman letting the ball go by when he is also perfectly capable of
catching it. This is because CPU fielders do not field the ball when yours is
close by. (They will get in the position, but just won't catch it) Though,
sometimes you can get lucky if your first baseman is way out of position and
CPU switch your control to second baseman before the ball gets by. Ideally,
you want to quickly tap L1 and use the second baseman to catch the ball.
The same thing happens on the other side between the 3rd baseman and the
shortstop.
And for direct comebacker, CPU will initially give you control of the
pitcher, once the ball gets by him, CPU MIGHT switch control to the shortstop
or 2nd baseman for you. If you can tap L1 early enough, you are in good
shape. What you don't want to do is tapping L1 too late, especially just a
fraction of a second after CPU gives you the correct fielder.


Another issue with infielder is that they cannot lead the throw.
For example, your first baseman comes in to field the ball and your pitcher
moves over to cover the first base. In real life, the first base man will
throw the ball to first base before the pitcher gets there so both the ball
and the pitcher arrive at the same time. Unfortunately, MVP fielders in this
game can't do that. They only throw if someone is there. If you wonder why
sometimes your first baseman won't throw the ball to the pitcher covering the
first base, this is the reason. You can either wait, or keep hitting throw
button until the meter shows up. Sometimes the meter will show up, but the
player won't move at all. You don't have to worry much in this case, he's
just waiting for the pitcher to get there, and he'll throw once the pitcher
is in position.


Have you seen hits off pitcher's foot? This is the reason I don't turn the
player name option on. When a ball is hit off the pitcher's foot, you might
have a hard time finding it if the name option is on, especially with a long
last name, the text covers up a good chuck of the grass in from of the
pitcher and making locating the tiny white dot difficult.


The worst part is the animation stutter. You might have seen this before. For
whatever reason, your fielder just won't throw the ball as expected after
fielding it. This happens more often when a fielder runs forward to catch the
ball and is still in motion and unbalanced when you want him to throw. It
looks like he's having trouble getting the ball out of his glove. And it
happens more if the target is 180 degree from his running direction. None of
these situations is a problem. Usually you just have to keep trying until he
throws. The real killer is when you want a double play...

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			Turning the Double Play
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-Preload your throw is usually necessary. And it's always necessary if you
used the Big Play Control (leap or dive) to catch the ball.
-If there is going to be a takeout slide, I would choose to release the
button earlier. Even though the throw to the first base might be softer, the
alternative is no throw. There is rarely an overthrow to the first base
because before you can charge up the meter to the red zone, you are already
taken out by the runner.
-On a 3-4-1 Double play (1st-2nd-pitcher covering 1st), you want to make sure
that your throw to the second base is accurate so the second baseman can
return it faster.
-The worse CPU problem regarding the Double Play is not the animation
stutter. It's the inability to change my mind. I can live with the notion
that my fielder is having trouble getting the ball out of the glove. But once
I realize that the double play is not going to work, I should have the option
to abandon it in favor of getting the out at first base. But no, the fielder
will still throw to 2nd base.

That's ok. Because I can use it to my advantage...;)

======>Extra tips: beating the rundown
If you ever get caught in a rundown, don't give up easily. You can beat it.
Because the fielders are not allowed to change their minds once they decide
to throw, you can change your direction as soon as you see the guy chasing
you is about to throw. He can't stop his throwing motion to tag you out so
you'll have enough time to get pass him and back to the base safely.
(hopefully by the time you touch him, the ball is already out of his hand and
in mid-air). If you can do this successfully, you can be quite callous about
taking a big lead when trying to steal base. When the pitcher throws the ball
to the first base and your runner hasn't moved, tell him to run to the second
base instead of returning to first. Then try to beat it in a rundown.


There is a reason why I have no problem with the default sliders. The CPU has
advantage in some areas, and can be cheap in some areas, but I also have my
advantage in some areas (more accurate pitching) and can also be cheap in
some areas (better base stealing). So I think we are about even.


Big thanks to Inks71 (email:delfjac@yahoo.com, website: www.highaims.com) for
donating all this information for this guide.  Without him, this section of the
guide wouldn't be here.


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19: Created Players (CAPS)
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In MVP Baseball 2004, you can create players that look very similiar to players
that aren't in the game.  Here are some Created Players that people have made
so far.  If you have one of your own, feel free to e-mail me and I'll post it
here.


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Name:			Kazuo Matsui
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DOB: 			10/23/1975
Pos:			SS
B/T: 			S/R
Batter Ditty Type: 	Dance
No: 			25
Height: 		5'10
Body Type: 		Athletic (skinny made him 140lbs.)
Face: 			6
Hair Color: 		1 (I wanted a reddish/orange but no dice)
Hair Style: 		6 (they do not have long hair unfortunately)
Facial Hair: 		1

Body Build (I did not change any of these)
Bat Color: 		1
Fielding Glove: 	1
Elbow Guard: 		3
Shin Guard: 		2
Wristband: 		1
Socks: 			High
Catcher's Mask: 	1
Batting Gloves:	 	On

Batting Stance: 	Generic (do you know what it is?)
Contact vs. RHP/LHP: 	76/88
Power vs. LHP/RHP: 	54/56
Bunting: 		85
Plate Discipline: 	70
Durability:		97
Speed: 			97
Stealing Tendency: 	85
Baserunning Ability: 	85
Fielding: 		90
Range: 			95
Throwing Strength: 	85
Throwing Accuracy: 	90

-by LetsGoOakland927


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Name:			Kevin Millar
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DOB: 			9/24/1971
Pos: 			1B
B/T: 			R/R
Batter Ditty Type: 	Heavy Rock/Country
No: 			15
Height:			 6'0
Body Type: 		Heavy
Face: 			5
Hair Color: 		1
Hair Style : 		1 or 6 (depends if you want the shaved look or not)
Facial Hair: 		6

Bat Color: 		2
Fielding Glove: 	3
Elbow Guard: 		2
Socks: 			High
Batting Gloves: 	On

Batting Stance:		Sheffield
Contact vs. RHP/LHP: 	70/75
Power vs. RHP/LHP: 	69/70
Bunting:		40
Plate Discipline: 	55
Durability: 		75
Speed:			47
Stealing Tendency: 	30
Baserunning Ability: 	60
Fielding: 		75
Range: 			65
Throwing Strength: 	75
Throwing Accuracy: 	75

-by LetsGoOakland927


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Name:			Damian Miller
------------------------------------------------------------------
DOB: 			10/13/1969
Pos: 			C
B/T: 			R/R
Ditty: 			Country
No: 			26
Height: 		6'3
Body Type: 		Athletic
Face: 			3
Hair Color: 		4
Hair Style: 		3
Facial Hair: 		1

Bat Color: 		1
Glove: 			3
Socks: 			Regular
Catcher Mask: 		1
Batting Gloves: 	On

Batting Stance: 	Generic
Contact vs. RHP/LHP: 	63/60
Power vs. RHP/LHP: 	46/40
Bunting: 		50
Plate Discipline: 	65
Durability: 		85-90
Speed: 			62
Stealing Tendency: 	50
Baserunning Ability: 	65
Fielding: 		95
Range: 			95
Throwing Strength: 	85
Throwing Accuracy: 	85-90

-by LetsGoOakland927


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Name:			Shingo Takatsu
------------------------------------------------------------------
First: 			Shingo
Last:			Takatsu
DOB: 			Nov 25 1968
Position:		RP
Throws: 		Right
Bats: 			Right
Ditty: 			Pop

#: 			10
Height: 		5'11
Body: 			Skinny
Face: 			6
Hair Color:		1
Style:		 	3
Facial: 		1

Body Build: 		No adjusting

Bat Color: 		2
Glove Color: 		3
Elbow/Shin/Wrist: 	None
Socks: 			Low
Gloves: 		On

Stance: 		Generic
C RHP: 			22
C LHP: 			19
P RHP: 			20
P LHP: 			20
Bunt: 			20
Discipline: 		10
Durability: 		75
Speed: 			44
Stealing: 		0
Baserunning: 		30
Fielding: 		65
Range: 			50
Strength: 		65
Accuracy: 		65

Delivery: 		Style2
Stamina: 		38
Pickoff: 		50
Fastball C: 		50
Fastball V: 		86
Move: 			60
Control: 		84
Velocity: 		79
Move: 			85
Control: 		80
Velocity: 		88

-by Remer88


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Name: 			Adam LaRoche
------------------------------------------------------------------
DOB: 			11/6/79
Position:		1B
2nd Pos.:		None
Throws: 		Left
Bats: 			Left
Ditty: 			Rock

Number: 		19
Height: 		6'3"
Build: 			Skinny
Face: 			2
Hair Color: 		2
Hair Style: 		4
Facial Hair: 		8

Bat Color: 		1
Fielding Glove: 	2
Elbow Guard: 		3
Shin Guard: 		None
Wristband: 		5
Socks: 			Regular
Catcher Mask: 		1
Batting Gloves: 	On

Batting Stance: 	Generic
Contact vs RHP: 	80
Contact vs LHP: 	65
Power vs RHP: 		70
Power vs LHP 		60
Bunting: 		40
Plate Discipline: 	75
Durability: 		80
Speed: 			60
Stealing Tendency: 	30
Baserunning Ability: 	65
Fielding: 		80
Range: 			65
Throwing Strength: 	85
Throwing Accuracy: 	75

-by LetsGoOakland927


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Name:			Joe Mauer
------------------------------------------------------------------
DOB:			4/18/1983
Pos: 			C
B/T: 			L/R
Batter Ditty Type: 	Rock

No: 			7
Height: 		6'4
Body Type: 		Athletic 212lbs
Face: 			5
Hair Color: 		2
Hair Style: 		7
Facial Hair: 		1

Bat Color: 		1
Fielding Glove: 	4
Elbow Guard: 		1
Shin Guard: 		NONE
Wristband: 		3
Socks: 			Low
Catcher's Mask: 	1
Batting Gloves: 	On

Batting Stance: 	Generic
Contact vs. RHP/LHP: 	66/63
Power vs. LHP/RHP: 	72/69
Bunting: 		60
Plate Discipline: 	75
Durability: 		85
Speed: 			68
Stealing Tendency: 	30
Baserunning Ability: 	60
Fielding: 		80
Range: 			85
Throwing Strength: 	90
Throwing Accuracy: 	85

-by BigDaddy0000


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			Grady Sizemore
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DOB:			8/2/82
POS:			LF/CF
B/T:			L/L
Batter Ditty Type:	Hip Hop

Number:			65
Height:			6'2
Build:			Athletic (make close to 200-205)
Face:			9
Hair Color:		1
Hair Style:		6
Facial Hair:		1

Bat Color:		5
Glove: 			3
Socks: 			Regular
Batting Gloves:		On

Stance:			Generic
Contact vs LHP/RHP: 	58/62
Power LHP/RHP: 		60/63
Bunting: 		40
Plate Discipline:	65
Durability:		85
Speed:			83
Steal Tend:		60
Base Ab:		80
Fielding:		75
Range:			75
Throw Strength:		75
Throw Acc:		75

-donated by: Skyline


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			Akinori Otsuka
------------------------------------------------------------------
Team:			Padres
Birthday: 		January 13, 1972
POS: 			RP
Throws/Bats: 		R/R
Ditty: 			Doesn't Matter

NO: 			16
Height:			6-0
Body: 			Athletic
Face: 			7
Hair Color:		1
Hair Style:		3
Facial Hair:		1

Bat Color: 		(Whatever it gives you)
Fielding Glove: 	2
Wristband: 		1
Socks: 			Regular
Batting Gloves: 	On

Batting:
Stance: 		Generic
Contact (RHP/LHP): 	21/22
Power (RHP/LHP): 	18/18
Plate Discipline: 	20
Durability: 		50
Speed: 			55
Stealing Tendency: 	10
Baserunning Ability: 	20
Fielding: 		40
Range: 			40
Throwing Strength: 	60
Throwing Accuracy: 	65

Pitching:
Stamina: 		41
Pickoff: 		50
Fastball Control: 	82
Fastball Velocity: 	91
Pitch #2: 		Slider
Movement: 		82
Control: 		80
Velocity: 		85
Pitch #3: 		Splitter
Movement: 		78
Control: 		86
Velocity: 		86
Pitch #4: 		Changeup
Movement: 		65
Control: 		77
Velocity: 		79
Pitch #5: 		None

-donated by: Rag3vsW0rld


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			Scott Kazmir
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DOB: 			1/24/1984
Pos: 			SP
B/T: 			L/L
Ditty: 			Rock?

No: 			(don't know)
Height: 		6'1
Body: 			Skinny (I've read listing of 170-180, this makes him 172)
Face: 			1
Hair Color: 		3
Hair Style: 		5
Facial Hair: 		1

Bat Color: 		1
Glove: 			3
Socks: 			Regular

Batting Stance: 	Generic (don't know)

Pitcher Delivery: 	Style 2
Stamina: 		62
Pickoff: 		30
FB Control: 		33
FB Velocity: 		94
Slider Movement: 	20
Control: 		31
Velocity: 		82
Curveball Movement: 	10
Control: 		27
Velocity: 		77
Change-up Movement: 	10
Control: 		20
Velocity: 		79

-donated by: Swift1


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			Cory Lidle
------------------------------------------------------------------
Team:			Cincinati Reds
DOB:			3-22-1972
Postion:		SP
B/T:			R/R

Number:			#15
Height:			6’0"
Built:			Skinny
Face: 			5
Hair Color: 		5
Hair Style: 		4
Facial Hair: 		6

Bat Color: 		1
Fielding Glove: 	2
Elbow Guard: 		None
Shin Guard: 		None
Wristband: 		None
Socks: 			Low

Batting Stance: 	Generic
RHP Contact: 		25
LHP Contact: 		29
RHP Power: 		27
LHP Power: 		38
Bunting: 		50
Discipline: 		40
Durability: 		75
Speed: 			48
Stealing Tendency: 	20
Baserunning Ability: 	40
Fielding: 		65
Range: 			60
Throwing Strength: 	65
Throwing Accuracy: 	65

Delivery: 		STYLE 1
Stamina: 		74
Pickoff: 		50

Pitch Type:		Fastball
Control: 		76
Velocity: 		90

Pitch Type:		Splitter
Movement: 		81
Control: 		75
Velocity: 		83

Pitch Type:		Curveball
Movement: 		73
Control: 		66
Velocity: 		78


Pitch Type:		Changeup
Movement: 		52
Control: 		67
Velocity: 		77

-This was on the EA sports page


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			BJ Upton
------------------------------------------------------------------
DOB: 			August 21, 1984
Pos:			SS
B/T: 			R/R
Batter Ditty Type: 	Rock

No: 			22
Height: 		6-3
Body Type:		Skinny
Face: 			12
Hair Color: 		1
Hair Style: 		1
Facial Hair: 		1

Bat Color: 		2
Fielding Glove: 	2
Wristband: 		3
Socks: 			High
Catcher's Mask: 	1
Batting Gloves: 	On

Batting Stance: 	Generic
Contact vs. RHP/LHP: 	57/67
Power vs. LHP/RHP: 	46/50
Bunting: 		90
Plate Discipline: 	50
Durability: 		80
Speed: 			92
Stealing Tendency: 	80
Baserunning Ability: 	85
Fielding: 		75
Range: 			80
Throwing Strength: 	75
Throwing Accuracy: 	80

-donated by: NFLWilliamGreen31no3


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			Matt Herges
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DOB:			April 1, 1970
B/T:			RP/None
Throws:			Right
Bats:			Left
Ditty:			Rock
Jersey:			#48
Height:			6'0"
Built:			Athletic
Head:			1/6/8/1

Build:
Upper:		 	3 Squares
Lower:			5 Squares
Biceps:			4 Squares
Forearms:		4 Squares
Wrists:			5 Squares
Thighs:			4 Squares
Shins:			4 Squares
Feet:			4 Squares

Bat Color:		2
Glove:			3
Elbow:			None
Shin:			None
Wrist:			None
Socks:			Regular
Gloves:			On

Batting Stance:		High (Not sure)
RHP:			23 Contact, 25 Power
LHP:			20 Contact, 21 Power
Bunting:		20
Discipline:		20
Speed:			43
Stealing:		0
Baserunning:		0
Fielding:		50
Range:			60
Throwing Strength:	65
Throwing Accuracy:	65

Delivery style:		Not Sure
Stamina:		46
Pickoff:		50
Fastball Control:	80
Faasbtall Velocity:	91

Curveball
Movement:		60
Control:		56
Velocity:		75

Changeup
Movement:		40
Control:		64
Velocity:		80

Sinker
Movement:		60
Control:		58
Velocity:		86

-donated by: Splodem


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			Edwin Encarnacion
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DOB:			April 1, 1970
Team: 			Cincinnati Reds (AAA)
DOB:			1/7/1983
1st Position:		3B
2nd Position:		INF
Throws:			R
Bats:			R
Batter Ditty Type:	Rock
Weight:			195
Height:			6-1

Jersey #:		68
Face:			12
Hair Color:		1
Hair Style:		10
Facial Hair:		1

Bat:			4
Glove:			2
Elbow Guard:		None
Shin Guard:		None
Wrist band:		None
Socks:			High
Catcher mask:		1
Batting gloves:		On

Batting Stance:		Generic
Contact vs. RHP:	44
Contact vs. LHP:	50
Power vs. RHP:		53
Power vs. LHP:		56
Bunting:		55
Plate Discipline:	75
Durability:		70
Speed:			76
Stealing Agg.:		75
Baserun Abil.:		80
Fielding:		75
Range:			75
Throw Strg:		65
Throw Acc.:		65

-donated by HokeyRules


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20: Sliders
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Ever want to tweak the gameplay even more because you feel like you are getting
great games on the difficulty mode you like.  Well you can easily do this by
adjusting the sliders of the game.  Here are some sliders that will make the
games you play more fun.


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			ParedFIA Sliders
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*All pitching aides off!*

MVP 2004 SLIDERS - All Star difficulty

Pitch Speed: 		-5
User Pitcher Fatigue: 	-5
CPU Pitcher Fatigue: 	3 (Better than before. Pitchers tire a LOT better)

User Batting Contact: 	17
CPU Batting Contact: 	-13 (You'll see more foul balls as well as more realistic
hits)
User Batting Power: 	5
CPU Batting Power: 	10 (believe it or not the CPU just doesn't hit you hard
enough)
User Bunting Ability: 	30
CPU Bunting Ability: 	30

User Outfielder Speed:	15
CPU Outfielder Speed: 	8
User Infielder Speed: 	1
CPU Infielder Speed: 	1

User Baserunning Speed:	-3
CPU Baserunning Speed: 	-5

User Throw Speed: 	-3
CPU Throw Speed: 	-3
User Throw Accuracy: 	0
CPU Throw Accuracy: 	0

User Runner Agression: 	0
CPU Runner Agression: 	10

Runner Injury Frequency:  13 (Just so we can get a few more injuries going...)
Pitcher Injury Frequency: 13
Batter Injury Frequency:  13
Fielder Injury Frequency: 13

CPU Steal Rate: 	50 (Still having a big problem with steals... I'll post more
below)
User Dive Difficulty: 	18
User Catch Errors: 	20 (C'mon, we needed more errors!)
CPU Catch Errors: 	20

User Runner Steal Speed: -9
CPU Runner Steal Speed:  -9 (This one is still up in the air... more below)
User Runner Steal Delay: -5
CPU Runner Steal Delay:  -5

Bullpen Fatigue Rate: 	6 (The '-' was a mistake last time)
Bullpen Fatigue Grace: 	12

Notes:
-Drawing walks should NOT be a problem for patient players.
-Steals... aye, this is an issue. I've done extensive testing on this, but so
far it's not looking good. The game has only been released less than a week so
far, so lets give it some more time. As of right now, it seems the CPU does not
steal or hit and run as much as I see in a real baseball broadcast. There are
some key points that might affect this:

a.The CPU logic is very good. The lack of steals might be b/c of the fact that
most of us get ahead of the CPU and would rather throw a borderline strike
(which the CPU puts into play) than fall behind in the count. It's a game, and
I'm sure a majority of the gamers are doing that. >_<
b.The CPU steal speed and steal delay might be affecting the CPU's logic on
stealing. Tinkering with it might be causing less steals. But I have to say, I
don't remember steals before messing with them anyway....
c.There might be an honest to god lack of steals, and the CPU Steal Rate slider
doesn't do JACK.

Let's hope it's not (c).

Now, the slight changes I've made for MVP difficulty level:

User Batting Contact: 5
CPU Batting Contact: -23
User Batting Power: 3
CPU Batting Power: -10
CPU Outfielder Speed: 6 (They get a better jump on balls hit on this level)

That's it for MVP. The rest are the same.

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			ParedFia's New Sliders
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These sliders are a bit different which allows games not to be always so close.

All pitching aides off!*

All Star difficulty

Pitch Speed: 0 (This actually has an effect on force of balls hit...
raise/lower at your own risk)
User Pitcher Fatigue: 2 (Seems best here)
CPU Pitcher Fatigue: 7 (Pitchers getting shelled get taken out earlier now -
Remember to work the count! Still having a problem getting the CPU to use it's
bullpen earlier though...)

User Batting Contact: 13
CPU Batting Contact: -25 (You will see the CPU batters watch a few strikes go
by...)
User Batting Power: 11 (To address all the complaints of close games... you
should get more varying scores, similar to the game the way it is today, unlike
the 80's and early 90's)
CPU Batting Power: 9 (believe it or not the CPU just doesn't hit you hard
enough)
User Bunting Ability: 30
CPU Bunting Ability: 30

User Outfielder Speed: 17
CPU Outfielder Speed: 6
User Infielder Speed: -3
CPU Infielder Speed: -3 (Now you'll see some more "seeing eye singles!")

User Baserunning Speed: -2
CPU Baserunning Speed: -5 (EVEN LESS triples now... with no effect to steal
speed; MAKE SURE YOU HIT THE CUTOFFS!)

User Throw Speed: -2
CPU Throw Speed: -4
User Throw Accuracy: 3
CPU Throw Accuracy: -5

User Runner Aggression: 0
CPU Runner Aggression: 9

Runner Injury Frequency: 18 (Just so we can get a few more injuries going...)
Pitcher Injury Frequency: 18
Batter Injury Frequency: 18
Fielder Injury Frequency: 18

CPU Steal Rate: 50 (Still having a big problem with steals... It's EA's fault!)
User Dive Difficulty: 18
User Catch Errors: 27 (C'mon, we needed more errors!)
CPU Catch Errors: 27

User Runner Steal Speed: -9
CPU Runner Steal Speed: -9 (This one is still up in the air... more below)
User Runner Steal Delay: -5
CPU Runner Steal Delay: -5

Bullpen Fatigue Rate: 6 (The '-' was a mistake last time)
Bullpen Fatigue Grace: 12

Notes:
-Drawing walks should NOT be a problem for patient players.
-Again, games will be MORE offensive minded. I've been able to get those
ridiculous results last year of a few games 10-12, and so on... #1 starters can
still dominate. Pitch placement is key...
-Steals... aye, this is an issue. I've done extensive testing on this, but so
far it's not looking good. As of right now, it seems the CPU does not steal or
hit and run as much as I see in a real baseball broadcast. There are some key
points that might affect this:

a. The CPU logic is very good. The lack of steals might be b/c of the fact that
most of us get ahead of the CPU and would rather throw a borderline strike
(which the CPU puts into play) than fall behind in the count. It's a game, and
I'm sure a majority of the gamers are doing that. >_<
b. The CPU steal speed and steal delay might be affecting the CPU's logic on
stealing. Tinkering with it might be causing less steals. But I have to say, I
don't remember steals before messing with them anyway....
c. There might be an honest to god lack of steals, and the CPU Steal Rate
slider doesn't do JACK.

Let's hope it's not (c).

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If you want to use this on MVP mode, make the following changes:

Pared's MVP Baseball 2004 sliders - MVP difficulty level:

User Batting Contact: 5
CPU Batting Contact: -23
User Batting Power: 7
CPU Batting Power: -10


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21: Glitches
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There are many glitches in MVP Baseball 2004 that pop all the time.  Here I
have a made a section dedicated to all the glitches in the game.  Hopefully,
next year, EA Sports will clear these glitches up in time.


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			Progression Glitch
------------------------------------------------------------------
Each player in the game has a star rating or a progression rating (unviewable)
from 1-5. 1 is no chance of getting better and five is outstanding (soon to be
bonafide star). Now these can be seen on the PC version using the MVP editor.

Unfortunately only a handful of guys in each organization (ML, AAA, AA) have a
star rating of 3 or above. That means that console guys are stuck with seeing
only those guys improve considerably over the years. Now, if you edit anyone
that is a 2 or lower and make them 50 ratings all-around, they will only get
worse, as the game trys to cap them from being above average players because of
their star ratings.

PC owners will be able to edit the star ratings for anyone they want with
Glass's MVP Editor, which is why I am returning the PS2 one and getting PC.

As far as the draft goes (incoming players). This gets even more trickier.
There is a file for the PC version that breaks down exactly how generated
players (rookies) are made up. It's very hard to explain, but I can give a try.
It randomly choses the starting ratings for a player and a star rating as well.
Unfortunately, it can start as little as 1 for every category and is skewed
towards startling low for some reason. That is why you may see some guys sky
rocket after their first season. They were created as bums, but their star
rating is high. Unfortunatley, they won't hit their potential until age 30 and
then will begin to decline. They will get all the way up to rating and then
drop, never getting close to being a bonafide major leaguer.

Now this can also be edited in the PC Version. People are already taking steps
to skewing the progression file into making more guys between the ratings of
20-30 to start and making sure that their is a great chance for them to have
star ratings of 3 or more. Again, this cannot be done on the PS2.

Basically, Once all your stars retire and the players get replaced by computer
generated nobodies, the franchise mode will no longer reflect any kind of
realism for the kind of players that will actually be in the league. Major
League players will basically all be minor league level talents with very few
outstanding players.

Say goodbye to players like A-Rod, Jeter, Willis, and other young stars since
they will not develope unless you heavily tweak your rosters every season. Just
a heads up so you can keep an eye on it and fix it manually if desired.

-Poonox from the OperationSports
-Millbuddah for clearing up the situation


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			Online Glitch
------------------------------------------------------------------
Online glitch that gives the home team 10 runs, pitchers 0% stamina and batters
repeatedly come up to hit no matter what the out come.  This only happens
online and happens rarely.  Has been reported by numerous people though.


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			Scoring Errors/Hits
------------------------------------------------------------------
The scoring with error/hits is all messed up.  The game can not determine if
there is a fielder's choice, error, or a hit.  I've noticed this a few times,
and Muka also brought this to my attention.


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			Wild Pitches
------------------------------------------------------------------
If a pitcher throws a wild pitch that hits the backstop, then the pitch isn't
even counted half the time.  This can be used a major cheat if you are trying
to strike out batters while playing the computer.


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			Left Hander Hitters
------------------------------------------------------------------
Left-handers seem to have more trouble hitting home runs in this game.  Right
hander batters usually can hit a lot more bombs, while left hitter handers have
more trouble getting it over the fence.  This could be due to the pitch
location, or the type of pitching that people throw.  This has been reported
all over the net though, which makes this a glitch.


FOLLOW UP:

its not as much as a glitch in the game for lefties to hit the long ball its
more that alot of people think the way you hit the ball out with lefties and
righties are not the same. The common misconception is that you have to hit a
high and inside pitch to get it out of the park. This is true generally for
righties but lefties have more success hitting the down and in pitch out of the
park, especially guys with unique swings like Thome, Griffey Jr., Delgado,
Giles. Also most of the power hitting lefties in baseball have these unqiue
stances which slightly alters the way a person percieves the timing of their
hitting and generally people go to the opposite field especially with Griffey
and Delgado. Lastly, the way the analog hitting structure of the game is set up
in a way that it is easier to pull the ball for a righty b/c you move the right
stick up which is easier to time up with hitting "X". With the lefties youve
got to have more of a feel for what your guys swing is really like in real life
so with some practice you will get a feel for it. In my first season Thome hit
76 HRs'  on all-star level. Believe me it will work. Even though that was only
on all-star level it would be more like 40 to 50 on mvp level which needless to
say is a big boost for most guys.

-messerlb@ohiodominican.edu


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			Aaron Rowand
------------------------------------------------------------------
When Aaron Rowand of the Chicago White Sox comes to bat, the annoucer says
Aaron Boone for some odd reason.


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			Pop Fly/Homerun Glitch
------------------------------------------------------------------
There has been many incidents where a Pop Fly is called as a homerun in this
game.  Here is one situation: It's the top of the 4th inning at Houston.  Matt
Clement hits a high pop foul heading back towards where the dugout first
begins.  The ball looks out of play from the wide camera view they show. The
catcher runs and extends his glove. The ball missed the glove, but you hear the
popping sound as if it hit the glove. The announcer calls "Home Run!" and the
sign on the screen shows it too.  Clement ran to first base and then jogged
back to the dugout. The box score credited him for a homerun.  It gave him two
at bats for the play, one for the homerun and the other for the foul pop out
though the score of the game didn't change.


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			Bunting Glitch
------------------------------------------------------------------
If you are bunting and you your opponent is trying to hit you with the ball by
using the hit batter button, your batter will not get hit.  Instead, the ball
will be a pass ball with no strike being called, even though the batter does
not pull the bat back in time.  This is a glitch that happens a lot of times
when you are playing a two player game.

-donated by: Bfour7456


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			PC Glitches
------------------------------------------------------------------

Annoucing
---------------
- When a player goes up to bat, the announcer will call out his position that
he normally plays, but not the current position he plays. Like for example:
Alex Rodriguez is a SS, but say i put him on 3B for the game, when he comes up
to bat, the ball park announcer will call him as: Now batting, the Shortstop,
Alex Rodriguez

- Sometimes, 1 announcer will say the players name and the other announcer will
say what he did last at bat. So for ex: say Ichiro is up to bat. Announcer A
will say: Ichiro, then announcer B will say was hit by a pitch the last at bat

- sometimes a 2-0 count is called as 2 outs by the annoucer

- I'm not sure if this is a mistake, but say i am pitching to a batter, and the
count is anything besides 0-0, when i change a pitcher, the batter, if he is an
S, will switch sides. But I don't think this is allowed in real baseball... not
sure

- When a left-handed pitcher is warming up in the bullpen during the home half
of the innnig, he will be throwing right and annouced as a right handed
pitcher.. then during the away half of the inning, he will go back to being a
left handed pitcher, and if he makes it to the next home half of the inning, he
is throwing right again

- Sometimes there are no one on base and the announcers will say that the
batter should be wise to move the runners in scoring position.

- speech volume is slower soft on one quote... "Nice execution right there, he
nailed the catcher's target...."


Replay
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- On a miss swing, the reply will show u your swing, but the ball goes through
the catcher's mitt

- when the ball is shown on the replay missed swing, the ball movement is not
accurate to the pitcher's throw


Gameplay
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- Scoreboard has errors. The home team's score is the same as the number of hits

- After a mound visit, when the batter comes up to bat, the catcher is not there

- Some player's batting view in angle 3 - center, are moved up and down... no
idea why (like Adam Dunn)

- When the home team's D is shown, the OF lineup is not shown.


Others
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- The News in the Dynasty mode is always invalid. For example: Say Bret Boone
is leading the league with 20 homeruns, some days, u will get notes saying that
albert pujols has hit 10 homeruns and he is the new leader in homeruns when
clearly Boone is.

- User has to load his profile in Dynasty mode. annoying

- No Season Mode

- Control is pretty poor for players..

- PC version, using a keyboard has many glitches.... I cannot do a lot of
things with the keyboard. For example:
    - diving, running over catcher, breaking DP
    - throwing the ball in certain areas of the batting zone
    - intentional walk
    - hit batter
    - lead off
    - pick off

- i tried everything and it doesn't seem to work..


-submitted by Vincent K.



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22: Credits
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This strategy guide was made by me.  I would like to thank EA Sports for making
this excellent game and for also supplying me the controls for this strategy
guide.  Also, I would like to thank:

GameFAQS (www.gamefaqs.com) For Hosting this guide on their site.
Inks71 for supplying his Hitting/Pitching/Fielding Strategy.
Jared Cardoza (SlimHabib@aol.com) For supplying "Hey Driver" lyrics.
LetsGoOakland927 For supplying four CAPs.
Remer88 For supplying one CAP.
BigDaddy0000 For supplying one CAP.
Rag3vsW0rld For Supplying one CAP.
Skyline For Supplying one CAP.
Swift1 For Supplying one CAP.
EA Sports For Supplying one CAP.
Splodem For Suppyling one CAP.
mpearce4@cox.net For Supplying two song lyrics.
Poonox from the OperationSports For Giving a glitch
Millbuddah For Giving a glitch
Bfour7456 For Giving a glitch.
ParedFIA For Supplying his sliders.


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Basically, for all the people that want to steal my information and put it on
their website, FAQ, or anything like that can't.  This document Copyright 2004
AJE can not be reproduced in any way without written permission from it's
author (AJE).  If you would like to use this strategy guide on your website
please just send me an e-mail at fanbaseballdrew@aol.com and I will most likely
give you permission to use this guide at your site.  Remember the most updated
version of this FAQ can always be found at GameFAQS (www.gamefaqs.com) so if
you think I haven't updated this guide in a while you might just be looking at
an old version of it.  Thanks for reading this.

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