Entirely possible that if you hadn't used a clean install, that Fenway Park was too big to function. My Fenway is a very, very large park in terms of resources, so it might have overwhelmed the game if it was installed over a mod using 2x resolution images.
I can't remember if '88 comes with my new version of Fenway or not.
Search for rolie's zMod tutorial, and you can see what's possible. #1 shouldn't be too difficult, #2 probably would be, #3 is rather tricky to do right, #4 not much of a problem,#5 is doable, and #6 is also possible.
Download a trial for paint shop pro and you'll have an image editing program. And also search for pirate's oedit tutorial.
Ah, you probably want to know how. Download OIFtool2007 (if you can't find it, I probably have a copy at home). Rolie had a tutorial on how to use it in his big Zmod video thing, but you load up the .o file and it is saved as an OIF. Then you can open the OIF in Zmodeler 1 (and maybe 2 as well), and in one of those programs it can be saved as a .3ds file. .3ds files are usable in 3dsmax.
This is from memory after a year of not doing this, but it's possible. It's what I did a hundred times in creating parks from Vectorworks.
That's what I always thought, and admittedly for the first 2 years I barely used it. But then we canceled our crazy expensive cable TV and now we only use netflix streaming through the PS3. It's all we need.
Ok, now that I'm back in a more official capacity, I think we can very easily at least move these updated ads to my newer version of Yankee Stadium. It's still very different from how Yankee Stadium really was in the 20s, but it's the best we can do without a lot of work at all.
Download my Yankee Stadium 1946, unpack it, and then use nfshtool on the cram32. There's one or two (can't remember offhand) images with the ads in it. If you just use photoshop to put the 1920s ads in this format, without changing the dimensions, it'll just work.
Any questions, let me know.
Also, now that I'm thinking about it, you can do the same for the 1970s version of my Shibe Park. It may require a little bit of tweaking in oedit, but you should be able to replace the ads I made for the 70s with the 1920s version. Then if you want to tweak the wall to get rid of the Spite Fence, it'll be even closer. Hell, if you want to remove the upper deck in the RF/LF corners and LF outfield, it'd be perfect.