Content: Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble
Background: Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble
Pattern: Blank Waves Notes Sharp Wood Rockface Leather Honey Vertical Triangles
Welcome to MVP Mods

Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to contribute to this site by submitting your own content or replying to existing content. You'll be able to customize your profile, receive reputation points as a reward for submitting content, while also communicating with other members via your own private inbox, plus much more! This message will be removed once you have signed in.


Yankee4Life

Contributor
  • Content count

    22,371
  • Joined

  • Last visited

3 Followers

About Yankee4Life

  • Rank
    MVPMods.com Historian
  • Birthday July 14

Profile Information

  • Gender Male

Recent Profile Visitors

45,554 profile views
  1. It's that Windows 10 thing ... I guess

    There's a Windows 10 thread already.
  2. Total Classics 1971

    I just finished downloading this and I have already given this mod five stars. It's too bad I had to only give it five because it deserves so much more than that. Jim and Dennis had to work overtime -and then some- to get this mod to be playable. While version 1.0 of this mod can not be downloaded any longer (be thankful for that) you can read my review of it right here to give you an idea of how much work Jim and Dennis had to do to bring us the much improved and much needed version of this mod.
  3. Yankee News For Yankee Fans

    Starlin Castro homers to provide Yankees with lone hit in 2-1 win over Rays Starlin Castro's two-run shot in the seventh was all the Yankees got, and it turned out to be just enough. ST. PETERSBURG - The Yankees proved Sunday that quality - not quantity - is what matters most. Held to a season-low one hit, the Yankees authored one of the season's most memorable victories, getting one big swing to erase six-plus innings of futility. The Yankees were getting shut out - and no-hit - in the seventh inning, unable to do anything against Rays starter Jake Odorizzi. Starlin Castro reversed all of the negative vibes, crushing a two-run homer against Odorizzi with one out in the seventh to lift the Yankees to a 2-1 win in the rubber match of the three-game set at Tropicana Field.? "He's had some really big hits for us," Joe Girardi said after watching his team win for only the second time in 20 games this season when scoring two-or-fewer runs. Nathan Eovaldi won his fifth straight start, allowing one run on six hits and two walks, striking out seven over six innings. He's now 5-0 with a 2.03 ERA in those five starts, giving him a 6-2 record and 3.71 ERA in 10 starts this season. Jake Odorizzi brought a no-hitter into the seventh inning. "Eovaldi pitched great today," said Brett Gardner, who drew a walk before Castro hit his homer. "You don't want to see a performance like that get wasted because we wasted a couple like that this year." Odorizzi flirted with history as he retired the first 16 batters he faced as he carried a perfect game into the sixth. An error by shortstop Brad Miller gave the Yankees their first baserunner of the day, but the righthander took the lead into the seventh before Castro's home run put the Yankees ahead. "Really fortunate," Girardi said of his team's victory. Odorizzi took a tough loss, allowing one hit and one walk - which accounted for both runs - over seven superb innings. The Yankees did not leave a man on base all game or have a single at-bat with a runner in scoring position, the first time this season the team has had either happen. According to Baseball-Reference.com, it's only the second time in Yankees history that they won a game while collecting only one hit, the other coming in 1914. Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman (seventh save) made the one-run lead stand up, throwing a scoreless inning apiece to lock down the victory. "With the way Odorizzi pitched and the way Eovaldi pitched, somebody's going to lose the game and not feel good about it," Gardner said. "Thank goodness Starlin came through in a big spot; big swing right there. Only get one hit, and I don't think we left anybody on base either. That doesn't happen very often. We're really happy to win the series. It's a good way to start the road trip." Having homered and driven in four runs on Saturday, Evan Longoria hurt the Yankees again, delivering a two-out RBI single in the third to give Tampa Bay a 1-0 lead. Nathan Eovaldi won his fifth straight start. It looked like the run would be enough for Odorizzi, who retired the first 15 Yankees to remain perfect through five innings. "He did a good job keeping us off-balance," Gardner said. "He pitches with his fastball up in the zone quite a bit; really does a good job being effective with that. We obviously had trouble getting anything going against him." With one out in the sixth, Dustin Ackley reached safely on an error by Miller that could have easily been scored a hit. No longer perfect but with the no-hitter intact, Odorizzi induced a Ronald Torreyes double play three pitches later, keeping the no-no alive through six. Eovaldi allowed two hits to open the bottom of the sixth as the Rays threatened to lengthen their lead. A two-out walk loaded the bases, but Eovaldi got Curt Casali to pop out to first, stranding the bags full to hold the deficit at one run. "I was happy that Joe left me out there," Eovaldi said. "I needed to bear down and get out of there. I felt like if I could get out of that situation with no runs, then we were going to come back and win that game." That escape proved to be the difference in the game, as the Yankees finally got to Odorizzi in the seventh thanks to Gardner's walk and Castro's home run, which snapped an 0-for-14 skid for the second baseman. "I was just looking for one pitch I could drive," Castro said. "That's what happened."
  4. Trevor Cahill y Fernando Abad

    Thank you estebandjhu.
  5. Why don't you show everyone how smart you are by going back and discretely reading the rules? Here are two points that should jump out at you. 1. Bumping threads with posts that simply say "bump". You may not always get an answer straight away, so please be patient before bumping a thread; a couple of hours may not be long enough for someone with the right knowledge to come along and answer your question. Bumping a thread that has not been posted in for some time may be tolerated so long as you are making a meaningful contribution to the discussion that is relevant to the original topic. Bumping old threads simply for the sake of posting however will not be tolerated. 2. Discussions and requests for illegal downloads (via admission or open discussion) or making them available to other posters is explicitly prohibited. This content includes (but is not limited to): CD Keys (MLB 2K or MVP Baseball or otherwise) & Serial Numbers No-CD cracks Warez Original Game Files READ. LEARN. UNDERSTAND.
  6. Sim Predictions

    Do you want to put money on this stuff?
  7. MLB 16 The Show Impressions

    I don't know but wherever he is the guy has more sense then you do.
  8. Sim Predictions

    You know, if you start getting accurate with these sims like you did last night you should put some money down. Now let me look at that box score for the Yankees and Blue Jays. Ellsbury and Gardner were a combined 0 for 14. So far this is believeable. Teixeira struck out three times but got two hits? Hmmm. The strikeouts, sure. But not two hits. This lazy good for nothing bum can't get two hits in batting practice. Beltran went 2 for 6. Again, believeable. He's been hot. Gregorius and Castro contributing is something they have been doing all year. Ackley in a rare start did well too. Even Headley got a hit too. He's been showing signs of breaking out of it. And McCann didn't surprise me at all by going 0 for 6. It's what he does. And the pitching was fine. Nova did well. Good work!
  9. Lost a Player

    Why are you responding to threads that have been dormant for almost a year?
  10. Where were you back in August when he really needed you?
  11. MLB 16 The Show Impressions

    Three cheers for Gordo.
  12. MVP 2005 Glitchy Uniforms/ Textures and Lag

    Maybe your best bet would be to invest in the PC version of this game. You won't have that problem there.
  13. MVP PC v PC Rosters 5-21-16 SET

    WTF???? Can you read?
  14. MVP 2005 Glitchy Uniforms/ Textures and Lag

    Oh my God that looks terrible.
  15. MVP PC v PC Rosters 5-21-16 SET

    Hey, I don't blame you. That guy comes in here crying about a roster for 2k12, like you can just pull one out of your hat and hand it to him. *&^^%ing people.