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eskie01

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  1. Version 1.0.0

    18 downloads

    Here is an edited version of Dennis James's 1970's Memorial Stadium. His original 1970's Memorial Stadium is almost exactly like the 1979 rendition of the original stadium that I noticed on my vcr recordings of the 1979 ALCS with the Angels and my 1979 WS highlights video. Here is a quote from a message that he sent me when I asked if I could edit his Memorial and Oakland Stadiums, "That's no problem at all. Any work I've ever posted here on MVPMods has always been free for anyone to modify or improve upon. Anything I've ever created here has been to share with the community and for everyone to enjoy. Best of luck to you, DENNIS" The actual Memorial Stadium's scoreboard flipped every so often from these 2 and one that was an ad for the News-American, a newspaper that heavily carried the Orioles. These 2 I think were the most colorful. All you need to do is to copy the 2 stadium files into the stadiums folder in your MVP game folder, but I'd backup the other 2 in case you don't like these. If there are any questions, drop me a note. Enjoy! Eskie01
  2. Version 1.0.0

    22 downloads

    Here is an edited version of Dennis James's 1970's Oakland Coliseum. Here is a quote from a message that he sent me when I asked if I could edit his Memorial and Oakland Stadiums, "That's no problem at all. Any work I've ever posted here on MVPMods has always been free for anyone to modify or improve upon. Anything I've ever created here has been to share with the community and for everyone to enjoy. Best of luck to you, DENNIS" All you need to do is to copy the 2 stadium files into the stadiums folder in your MVP game folder, but I'd backup the other 2 in case you don't like these. I took lineups and scores from a particular day of games and applied them to either the daytime or the nighttime applications. The one with Don Mincher as 1Bman is from the early 1971 season before the trade with the Senators and the other has Epstein which is after the trade. If there are any questions, drop me a note. Enjoy! Eskie01 PS: The original pic is from the introduction of the A's players before a 1972 ALCS game with the Tigers but I have also original color photos of A's and the opposition that shows the scoreboards in the background and they have the identical ARCO signs at the ends. In addition...I added several pics of players from 1971 to show that the scoreboard was consistent with the 1972 ALCS photo here. Jim "Mudcat" Grant only wore this version of the A's uni after coming over from the Pirates in the mid-season 1971, next...Luis Alvarado of the Chisox, you can see the A's wearing the sleeveless jerseys in the background and if you look closely at the White Sox uni you can tell it's flannel by the texture; next Hegan came over from the Brewers for cash and he wouldn't have wore this one in 1972; lastly Ron Klimkowski came over from the Yankees and went back to the Yankees for 1972.
  3. Version 1.0.0

    12 downloads

    Here are the 1971 Kansas City Royals Player Sound Bytes which includes all 25 players (all of Kuiper's ... c & d's and a few Krukow's..a's) on the end of season roster for 1971. To install...use eaGraph and place the a, c, & d dat files in the data/audio/cd/spch_pbp/pnamedat file and the a, c, & d hex files into the data/audio/spch_pbp/pnamehdr file. If you have any questions with anything with this, drop me a note and I'll help you with it. Enjoy the "goodies"! Eskie01
  4. Version 1.0.0

    7 downloads

    Here is the 1971 White Sox player sound bytes. You can use eagraph to place the dat files into the data/audio/cd/spch_pbp/pnamedat file and place the hexes into the data/audio/spch_pbp/pnamehdr file. If you have any problems, please drop me a note and I'll try to help you. Thank you, Eskie01
  5. Would you be able to make any early 1970's minor league uniforms? Thanks, Eskie01
  6. Version 1.0.0

    4 downloads

    Here are the 1971 Boston Red Sox player sound bytes for their end of season 25-man roster. All you need to do is to use eagraph and place the a,c, &d data files into the data/audio/cd/spch_pbp/pnamedat file and place the hexes into the data/audio/spch_pbp/pnamehdr file. If you come up with any problems, drop me a note and I'll be more than glad to help you! Enjoy the goodies! Eskie01
  7. Version 1.0.0

    3 downloads

    Here are the 1971 Brewers player sound bytes. I only got done a few of the a's and no pa's yet. Boy, Theobald was really hard to do but because my wife gave me some radio games for Christmas, here Theobald played on one of the games with the Brewers along with some of my media guides and baseball registers that I accumulated for a few years. I got some of my tools together when I thought that I'd tinker with the NHL 2009 and try to create the 1974-75 season since I like Bobby Orr and Phil Esposito. I kinda gave up that for now. Anyhow, place all of the dat files into data/audio/cd/spch_pbp/pnamedat and the hexes into data/audio/spch_pbp/pnamehdr files with eagraph or if you have an easier way then use that. I hope to get the Indians names up either later today or tomorrow depending on how I feel...Lord willin'. I get so tired without doing much these days. After I put those in yesterday, I folded some towels that my wifey had done and I had to lay down for a good while and I didn't eat much lunch. Well, we'll see...and enjoy the goodies and drop me a line if you need help. Eskie01
    Very nice set and most of the items are VERY accurate. The numbers are exactly like the orange as far as the type and color shading. The wristband shouldn't have any team emblem on. The sleeve shade should be maybe a little darker but not much. I like the jersey logo...it looks like the original even with the shineyness too. The manager's jacket emblem needs to be a little better like the jersey one itself but overall pretty nice though. Eskie01
    Not bad but the red needs to be a redder shade. I really like the shoes and the backup photo of one of the players wearing them which is proof that they are appropriate. Very nice, Eskie01
    These Orioles uniforms are just wonderful too like those A's that I looked at. I especially just love those caps and helmets that he did for this one. They look just like the real ones that are shown here. I don't know why there weren't included in the newer version because they look a lot better and more like the ones that the players wore in 1970 and 1971. Eskie01
    These just look wonderful! He even has the proof of the original there to compare. Just GREAT!
  8. Version 1.0.0

    5 downloads

    Here are my versions of the 1971 A's player sound bytes. Some of these were terrible to do too like Mangual, they are the best that I can do. I never went to school to do this stuff so I'm no pro at it like I said yesterday. I use the eagraph tool to install them like this: the a, c, and d data files into the data/audio/cd/spch_pbp/pnamedat file and their hexes into data/audio/spch_pbp/pnamehdr file. the pa dats into data/audio/cd/spch_pa/pnamedat file and their hexes into data/audio/spch_pa/pnamehdr file. I know that I don't seem to explain things too good but if you need some help, drop me a note and I'll try my best to help you with whatever you need help with. Enjoy the goodies, Eskie01
  9. Version 1.0.0

    5 downloads

    Here are the California Angels 25-man roster player audio bytes. There's quite a few tricky ones to do on this team like McMullen, Fregosi, and Messersmith. I ain't no pro at this but I give it my best shot that I have. Just put these dat files into the data/audio/cd/spch_pbp/pnamedat file and the hexes into the data/audio/spch_pbp/pnamehdr file, and I use eagraph to install each kind. If you have any boo-boos, just shoot me a note over and I'll try my best to help you over the humps. Thank you, Eskie01
  10. I think that I goofed up here and put the audio set in the wrong area, I wanted it in the audios category. Sorry so much about that! Again, I'm just learning about the site. Eskie01
  11. Version 1.0.0

    8 downloads

    I noticed that when I installed the 1971 MVP Season that some of the player audios were pronounced incorrectly so I decided to try to improve upon them myself. The 1971 season was one of my favorites. I appreciate the one who originated this season and got the ball rolling. Here are all 25 of the Orioles players with all the "c" and "d" ones and a few of the "a's" and "pa's" thrown in too. I just can't do all of these at the same time because there's a lot of work and time involved with working on these. I'm not an expert at these but I did get a chance to purchase some media guides along the way to go along with my yearbook and program collection from that time period along with some radio games on cd and cassette from back then. They are just sooooo informative. I use eagraph to install these files into the MVP Baseball game. I place all of the kinds of the dat files except for the pa's into the data/audio/cd/spch_pbp/pnamedat file and I put the pa's into the ...spch/pa/pnamedat file and the hexes into the data/audio/spch_pbp/pnamehdr file and the pa hexes into the .../audio/spch_pa/pnamehdr. If you have any problem please drop me a note and if you fellas have any questions about eagraph you might have to look it up where you downloaded the program. I'm kinda new here but that's what I read other folks on here say when there's problems that they should just look it up themselves. I just don't want to rock any boats here..ya know. Enjoy the goodies. I used the Eskie01 since I have a couple Eskimo dogs that watch and listen to the ball games with me...they are wonderful company since I'm here by myself all day. Thank you! Eskie01 PS: I'm going through the AL right now and I'm down at the Royals, Tigers and Twins. I'll try to upload those as soon as I can. I have the Angels, A's, Brewers, Indians, Orioles, Red Sox & White Sox done now. I also fixed in my copy some of the teams' shoes since some were using Adias or Nike...I forget which. I won't disturb what Mr. James did with the unis but I have a few extra additional uniforms to upload for the A's and Orioles. I noticed that the fonts were incorrect for the White Sox and Indians. Both of them are the varsity type of font and the Orioles all orange one is incorrect too. I got the ones that the gentleman that doesn't have a name uploaded back a ways did. They looked like the picture that I have of the 4 20-game winners that the Birds had that year. Again, I'll keep Mr. James other stuff the same but I'll fix what's incorrect. Most of the teams didn't get the shiny look until the next year, but I think that the Pirates, Cardinals and some of the Orioles were shiny like polyester or at least non-flannel. The flannel were a lot duller and of course had a specific weave as the old flannel shirts that I remember.