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MVP Baseball 2005 Pitcher Rating Calculator

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About This File

Use this program to determine a pitcher's ratings. This program calculates movement, control, velocity, and suggested trajectory for each pitch. It also calculates the pitcher's stamina rating.

For more information, please read the included readme.

If you have any questions, please ask them <a href="http://www.mvpmods.com/index.php?showtopic=36536" target="_blank">here</a>, rather than PM me. Chances are someone else has the same questions as you do.

Enjoy!

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<u><b>Version History</b></u>

Version 12 (Current Version)

- Improved formulas for movement and control

Version 11

-Fixed a bug where for pitch control and movement were being rated too high.

Version 10.4

-Fixed a bug where for some really strange reason, it was randomly assigning a pitch if none was selected for the third pitch.

Version 10.3

-Improved some formula

-Fixed an oversight in the Pitch Type Database, where if there were two pitchers with the same name it might choose the wrong pitcher. I took out the duplicates that were "less famous."

Version 10.2.1

-Fixed a small bug where knuckleballs weren't being assigned in the random function.

-Fixed a small bug where if a pitch wasn't selected for the second pitch, it would assign everything to zero's if you clicked "Calculate" once, but if you clicked it again, it would calculate the pitch as a change-up. Now it just calculates it as a change-up the first time.

-Fixed a bug with the Import/Export feature and the new stamina formula

Version 10.1

-Fixed a small bug where if the third pitch selection was null, it would still assign ratings to it.

Version 10.0

-Added a second stamina formula. NEW! You can now choose the classic MVP-type formula or a more accurate formula. The MVP formula is the one EA's developers used and used in my calcualtor since the start. The Accurate formula is more representative of how I feel a pitcher performs. A closer will now have a rating in the teens or twenties (approx 10-29) rather than in the 40s.


What's New in Version 06/27/2011 05:57 AM   See changelog

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