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Yankee4Life

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  1. That's not really fair now. All this guy was told was that it would have been better to have added his question to the Windows 10 support thread that was here already. KC did come up with the answer for him and I am sure that it will work for this guy but I am kind of curious as to why you are thanking DaSteelerz? Exactly what did he do except lead a cheer for KC? KC did a great job coming in here to straighten this out for that guy and I hope this person comes back in here to report that everything is working for him now. Ok, now after I said that don't you think I deserve a thank you too ?
  2. MVP 2015 - Speedy Gonzales

    Again, there is already a Mvp 15 Support thread here that can and will help you with your problem. There are nine pages of information in that thread and there was no need for you to create a separate thread.
  3. Yoan Moncada Portrait

    I don't like the player but this is a good looking portrait. Thank you.
  4. While you assume that this guy read through the already existing Windows thread here I have to assume that he did not. In fact I doubt if he even bothered to spend five seconds searching for any support thread that he thought could have helped him. I have NO PROBLEM believing this to be true at all even if this guy comes back and says oh yeah, I searched. Bull**** But I do agree with you that starting a new thread was not going to give him his support that he wanted. He just made this thread so his question would be seen by everyone and not get lost in an existing thread. That's what happened here. I call it laziness because that's what this is.
  5. Yankee News For Yankee Fans

    The next time will probably be at the end of next month.
  6. Yankee News For Yankee Fans

    Alex Rodriguez, Ivan Nova help bring Yankees back to .500 with 2-1 win over Orioles Alex Rodriguez sat in the batter’s box for several seconds, staring out at Baltimore starter Kevin Gausman after getting knocked down by a high-and-tight fastball in the sixth inning. The purpose of that pitch typically was open for interpretation, but it at least had to feel good to know that A-Rod finally might have done something again warranting such treatment. Rodriguez homered for the first time in exactly one month to help propel the sell-or-don't-sell Yanks back to the .500 mark again with their second straight victory, 2-1 over the East-leading Orioles on Monday night at the Stadium. “Finally. It was a long time,” Rodriguez said after homering for the first time since June 18 in Minnesota. “It was more surprise. I haven’t hit a ball like that in a long time. It certainly felt good.” Alex Rodriguez launches a mammoth home run which proves to be the difference in Monday's win over the Orioles. For the second consecutive game, the Yanks also received six strong innings from their starting pitcher and the requisite shutdown efforts from the high-powered trio at the back of their bullpen. Ivan Nova (7-5) allowed just one run on four hits before All-Star setup men Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller and closer Aroldis Chapman – who had the crowd and his teammates buzzing by reaching 105 mph on the radar gun in the ninth, the fastest pitch in MLB this season — completed one scoreless inning apiece to even the Bombers’ record at 46-46 with 70 games to play. The Yanks had used the same formula — Masahiro Tanaka’s quality start and another nine outs from the same trio of relievers – to respond to Joe Girardi’s public plea to avoid a weekend sweep by Boston with a 3 - 1 victory one night earlier. “Every game is so important right now, we definitely want to keep all the guys around and keep this team together,” Rodriguez said. “We feel like the best baseball is ahead of us, so we have to continue to play well.” Carlos Beltran (3-for-4) had declared Sunday’s game “a must-win” and cautioned afterward that “this home stand is important overall for us, and I think it will dictate what the future holds for a lot of guys here” ahead of the Aug. 1 non-waivers trade deadline. “We did talk about, you have to block out the noise, and you just have to go out and play, basically,” Girardi said. “What we’re in control of is wins and losses and how we perform. They’re aware of (the trade deadline). But I don’t want it to be their focus." Rodriguez entered batting .198 against righthanders this season, prompting Girardi to limit his playing time against them earlier this month. He took early batting practice Monday with hitting coach Alan Cockrell, continuing drills aimed at correcting mechanical flaws in his swing that he termed “a humongous struggle for me all year.” A-Rod staked Nova to a 1-0 lead by crushing Gausman’s 2-0 fastball into the left-field bleachers for his ninth homer this season and the 696th of his career. Ivan Nova gives the Yankees six solid innings, allowing just one run. The blast also marked Rodriguez’s third in his first 12 career at-bats against Gausman, who later whizzed a 98-mph fastball up and in to send the Yanks’ DH sprawling to the dirt before striking him out in the sixth. “I don’t know,” Rodriguez responded when asked if he believed it was a purpose pitch. “Boy, I’ll tell you – 99 coming right at your head is not a good feeling. But we’re on to tomorrow.” Like Nathan Eovaldi, who will rejoin the rotation Tuesday following three scoreless appearances in the bullpen, Nova entered Monday’s start with an ERA above 5.00 for the season (now 4.92). The righty permitted little more than a leadoff blast by Jonathan Schoop in the third, the MLB-leading 142nd homer of the year for Buck Showalter’s first-place Orioles (53-38). “It took Nova about three innings really to find his command, and then he was really good after that,” Girardi said. Andrew Miller and the rest of the Yankees bullpen does its job to help bring the team back to .500. The Yanks had retaken a one-run lead in the previous inning on singles by Brett Gardner and Beltran and a sacrifice fly by Brian McCann for a 2-1 game. “We need to win. Win tomorrow. That’s kind of the mindset,” McCann said. “We just need to come in and try to win the day. Try to keep going. It’s reality. It’s where we’re at. There’s a little over two months of baseball left. We’ve got to start winning.”
  7. MLB2K16

    It is nice to see picklebrad here again.
  8. mlb the show conversion roster

    My apologies. I completely overlooked that the instructions for this was in another language. Just do as Gordo says. He knows rosters very well.
  9. mlb the show conversion roster

    By reading the directions!
  10. Any new cyberfaces for MLB2K12?

    Well my friend over on the Mvp side we have a new portrait for Red Sox prospect Yoan Moncada. He's the SOB who had a good game at the right time when all the attention was on the Futures Game. Because of that Boston is already saying he's a future Triple Crown winner. All because of one game.
  11. MVPAll-Star Break Rosters Available

    Thank you Gordo.
  12. Yankee News For Yankee Fans

    Yankees hold on for 11-7 win over Indians to enter All-Star break at .500 Jacoby Ellsbury broke the game open with a three-run home run in the second inning. CLEVELAND – For a few minutes on Sunday afternoon, it looked like the Yankees would have a stress-free path back to .500. But as we all know, nothing has been easy for these Yankees. A double-digit fifth-inning lead turned into a bit of a nail-biter for the Bombers, but Nathan Eovaldi ultimately settled things down to nail down an 11-7 win over the Indians. After losing two of three in both San Diego and Chicago to start the road trip, the Yankees finished it 5-5, slugging their way back to the .500 mark. By taking three of four from the first-place Tribe at Progressive Field this weekend, the Yankees head into the All-Star break with a 44-44 record, only the 17th time in 88 games this season they’ve been .500 or better. Their high-water mark remains two games over back on April 12 when they were 4-2. “I think you could probably say in one word,” Joe Girardi said when asked to assess the first half. “Inconsistent.” Masahiro Tanaka appeared to be well on his way to a solid start on regular rest Sunday, allowing one run over the first four innings. But he fell apart with a 10-run lead in the fifth, allowing six runs in the inning – two of them unearned thanks to Didi Gregorius’ throwing error – before being pulled with two out. Eovaldi, banished to the bullpen last week, had been slated to be the Yankees’ closer Sunday with the “big three” unavailable. Girardi had to go to him much earlier than expected and the righthander responded with 4.1 scoreless innings to earn the win. Rob Refsnyder slides safely into the third base in the fifth inning Sunday. “It feels good coming in that situation the way I did and being able to finish the game,” Eovaldi said. “I was getting quick outs with my fastball.” An error by Carlos Santana led to the Yankees’ first run in the second, then Jacoby Ellsbury thought he had drawn a walk to load the bases. But home plate umpire Ramon De Jesus called the 3-1 pitch a strike to Ellsbury’s dismay, so he took out his frustrations on the next pitch, crushing Carrasco’s changeup over the wall in right-center, the three-run blast giving the Yankees a 4-0 lead. “He was able to concentrate, focus and was able to get a good pitch to hit and hit it out of the ballpark,” Carlos Beltran said. “It was a big home run for us.” Tanaka gave back a run in the bottom of the second, but he got Santana to ground out to first with the bases loaded to leave the bags juiced. The Yankees added a run in the fourth as Chase Headley led off with a double, later scoring on a fielder’s choice. Carrasco didn’t make it through the inning, charged with five runs (only one earned thanks to Santana’s second-inning error) over 3.2 innings. The six-run fifth appeared to put Cleveland away as manager Terry Francona needed to use four relievers just to get through the inning. Francisco Lindor’s errant throw to second base with the bases loaded allowed two runs to score, while the Yankees had six hits, two sac flies, a hit batter and a walk during the lopsided frame. Masahiro Tanaka unraveled in the fifth inning despite having a 10-run lead. “We felt like we put good at-bats against those guys,” Beltran said. “There’s no doubt that Cleveland has a great pitching staff and we were able to score runs against them.” Tanaka came out for the fifth with a 10-run lead. Somehow, he failed to make it through the inning. Four of the first five Indians batters had hits to start the fifth, though the Yankees still held an 11-3 lead. With two out and runners at second and third, Gregorius committed a throwing error to first, extending the inning and allowing two more runs to score. With the lead whittling away at 11-5, Tanaka served up a two-run home run by Tyler Naquin, pulling Cleveland within four runs and sending the starter to the bench after 4.2 innings. He was charged with seven runs (three earned) on 10 hits and two walks, striking out five. “I tried to go out there and just shut it down,” Tanaka said through his translator. “Obviously I wasn’t able to do that.” Eovaldi got the final out to stop the bleeding, then allowed a hit and three walks over 4.1 scoreless innings to send the Yankees into the break on a high note, one Girardi believes was their best series win of the season. “It’s a positive thing; we beat a very good team three out of four games,” Girardi said. “To end up 5-5 on the road trip where it starts off pretty poorly is good. Hopefully we can carry this momentum over to after the break.”
  13. The Nation | MVP 15 | A Boston Red Sox Dynasty

    Understandable. It's summer time and you have to take advantage and appreciate the good weather.
  14. Yankee News For Yankee Fans

    Joe Girardi’s 11th-inning substitution makes difference in Yankees’ 7-6 win over Indians Didi Gregorius celebrates his two-run home run with Carlos Beltran in the third inning. CLEVELAND — A seemingly innocuous pinch-running move turned out to be a stroke of genius for Joe Girardi. The manager's decision to pinch-run Ronald Torreyes for Carlos Beltran with two out in the 11th inning paid off immediately as Brian McCann laced a double to right field, scoring Torreyes from first base to lift the Yankees to a 7-6 win over the Indians Saturday afternoon. The two-out single was Beltran's third hit of the day, but with the game tied in the 11th and his spot unlikely to come up again, the All-Star was removed for Torreyes, who is not only faster than Beltran, but isn't battling a sore right hamstring. With the lead in hand and his other two stud relievers already in and out of the game, Girardi left Aroldis Chapman in for the bottom of the 11th — he entered the game with two out in the ninth — to finish off the victory. The win leaves the 43-44 Yankees with a chance to head into the All-Star break at .500, as Masahiro Tanaka will square off against Carlos Carrasco in the series finale Sunday afternoon. CC Sabathia gave away an early two-run lead, but he was in line for the victory when he turned a 6-5 lead over to Dellin Betances with two out in the sixth before the All-Star reliever allowed the tying run to score in the seventh. Prior to the game, Girardi spoke of the importance of taking the final two games of the series to enter the All-Star break at the .500 mark. "I think it would be a big plus, especially if you could take three out of four from this club that's been playing very well," Girardi said. "You'd feel better about going into the break and making a run." Facing an All-Star starting pitcher for the second consecutive day, the Yankees had better luck with Danny Salazar than they did against Corey Kluber Friday night. Carlos Santana's RBI infield single in the first inning gave the Indians a quick lead against Sabathia, who was 4-2 with a 3.12 ERA lifetime against his former club. Salazar, who entered the day leading the American League with a 2.36 ERA, allowed two hits in the first inning before working out of the jam. He stranded another runner in scoring position in the second, but the Yankees were putting pressure on the hard-throwing righty. The Yankees broke through in the third as Brett Gardner's leadoff double set up a game-tying single by Beltran. Two batters later, Gregorius drilled an 0-2, 96 mph fastball into the right-field seats as the Yankees took a 3-1 lead on his 11th home run of the season. Sabathia was unable to make the lead stand up, issuing a leadoff walk in the bottom of the third before four straight Indians rapped hits, slapping a three-spot of their own on the board to regain their one-run edge. CC Sabathia was charged with five earned runs over 5.2 innings Saturday. Given a second lead, Salazar appeared primed not to let this one get away. He retired the Yankees in order in the fourth and worked around a leadoff walk and his own throwing error in the fifth, stranding the tying run at second base. The Tribe added a run in the fifth on Jose Ramirez's infield hit, stretching the lead to 5-3. Salazar got two quick outs to start the sixth, but Chase Headley singled to center and Rob Refsnyder hit an infield single off the pitcher's glove. Girardi sent Alex Rodriguez to hit for Aaron Hicks, his first at-bat since Tuesday. A-Rod drew a seven-pitch walk to load the bases, driving Salazar from the game in the process. Gardner then delivered a clutch hit, lining a bases-clearing triple into the left-field corner to give the Yankees a 6-5 lead. Sabathia got the first two outs in the sixth, but Girardi didn't give his starter a chance to get out of the inning, starting his bullpen carousel by bringing in Betances for the final out of the inning. Sabathia was charged with five runs on seven hits and two walks in the no-decision, finishing his first half with a 3.77 ERA. Betances struck out Rajai Davis to end the sixth, but he found himself in a jam of his own in the seventh after putting runners at the corners with one out. Betances struck out Santana for the second out, but Jose Ramirez hit an 0-2 pitch to right field for a single, scoring Jason Kipnis to square the game at 6-6. Gregorius made a diving play up the middle and backhand throw on Juan Uribe's two-out grounder, preventing the go-ahead run from scoring. Beltran nearly gave the Yankees the lead again in the ninth, drilling a ball off the top of the right-field wall. But instead of a go-ahead homer off closer Cody Allen, it was a leadoff single. McCann grounded into a double play four pitches later, ending any hope for a ninth-inning rally. Andrew Miller, who had danced around a leadoff double in a scoreless eighth, put the first two men on in the ninth. He came back to get the next two Indians out before Chapman struck out Juan Uribe to move the game to extras.