First before u download and install anything, make sure u make a copy of the original files and put them in another folder.
I would like to suggest that u download a program called the generic mod enabler.U can get it from the following site...
This is a good way to keep ur original files in place and put the modded unis in a folder called MODS.U can make several subfolder
in here of the different modded uniforms from myself or anyone else that makes unis.Then run the enabler and enabler which
mods u wanna use at the moment.Then start the game up and u will be able to access the mods.If u want to go back to the originals just turn off the enabler.
If u dont want to use the enabler then u have to unzip the files and add them to the main 2k folder.And the files will replace the originals,so this is when
u will want to have a copy of the original somewhere else,in case u need to put the originals back in game.
This years unis are a lil harder because 2k made some changes.The names on the back are harder to do so most unis i do will either be from the original uni file or
the no names on the back.So Most unis i do will not be 100% correct.Also because of how 2k runs things some unis will have the wrong
undershirts,or some are supposed to have numbers on the front but wont,this is something beyond my control
U may notice that the unis during daylight games may have a weird look.From what im told this is because of how 2k did their daylight shading.
so theres not much i can do about it unless someone figures a way to by pass this.
The following files are from the 1995 Montreal Expos and the 2000 Expos
UPDATED June14th fixed the daygame shadow problem with modded jerseys and also changed logos on the batting helmet to match the unis