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Brooklyn & pedrospecialk Rosters v2.0 (Sean O included)

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I'm confused, is it v1 or v2 or both? The title and subject don't line up.

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Moose, what's that x_viesshu_x AIM adress again? I wasn't able to contact you about the rosters...

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Suggestions and comments on Brooklyn's Rosters v1.0

I don't even see the rosters up, am I missing something?

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Alright I posted this last night and it was vague, I know;

I myself created a roster with a bunch of tweaked players for this year, and I released it as Brooklyn's Rosters v1.0 ... I asked a couple of guys (Sean O and pedrospecialk) to look it through and let me know what's going on and what I should change. Sean O told me a few things to tweak on the Red Sox and pedro basically tweaked some things and sent it back to me. He than said he'd look over the National League and let me know what's up and I'm going to take the AL and tweak some things. Sean O will be testing the rosters from time to time to let us know if we missed anything.

So far:

1. Derek Lee and Albert Pujols raced for the MVP all year.

2. Brian Roberts broke out as a top 3 second baseman.

3. Paul Konerko hit around or over 40 homeruns with a sub .260 average.

4. Robinson Cano premeired as the 4th best second baseman (this is for the future, he's not the 4th best now).

5. Clint Barmes hit over .300 two years in a row.

6. Chien Ming Wang appeared late in the year for both I and pedro has a #3 starter.

7. Andruw Jones tied Derek Lee for most homeruns (46).

8. Johnny Damon and Jason Varitek batted over .310 for average.

That's all I can think of right now that I tweaked. This thread is for any current to the day suggestions anyone has or if people want to check out my original less quality rosters and tell me if they see some faults (which should come in handfuls) and let me know here.

Thank you in advance,

Brooklyn and pedrospecialk

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Alright I posted this last night and it was vague, I know;

I myself created a roster with a bunch of tweaked players for this year, and I released it as Brooklyn's Rosters v1.0 ... I asked a couple of guys (Sean O and pedrospecialk) to look it through and let me know what's going on and what I should change. Sean O told me a few things to tweak on the Red Sox and pedro basically tweaked some things and sent it back to me. He than said he'd look over the National League and let me know what's up and I'm going to take the AL and tweak some things. Sean O will be testing the rosters from time to time to let us know if we missed anything.

So far:

1. Derek Lee and Albert Pujols raced for the MVP all year.

2. Brian Roberts broke out as a top 3 second baseman.

3. Paul Konerko hit around or over 40 homeruns with a sub .260 average.

4. Robinson Cano premeired as the 4th best second baseman (this is for the future, he's not the 4th best now).

5. Clint Barmes hit over .300 two years in a row.

6. Chien Ming Wang appeared late in the year for both I and pedro has a #3 starter.

7. Andruw Jones tied Derek Lee for most homeruns (46).

8. Johnny Damon and Jason Varitek batted over .310 for average.

That's all I can think of right now that I tweaked. This thread is for any current to the day suggestions anyone has or if people want to check out my original less quality rosters and tell me if they see some faults (which should come in handfuls) and let me know here.

Thank you in advance,

Brooklyn and pedrospecialk

So is it released?

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v1.0 is. I'll post a link in a few minutes. v2.0 is going to be bigger, better and loads more accurate.

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2.0 was uploaded earlier this morning, I just cleared it so it's available for download now.

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Thank you Mark.

To everyone; enjoy and let us know anything we missed.

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ah, quick question. how do I install these rosters? sorry, I don't know much about this stuff.

Place the .sav file in your My Documents/MVP Baseball 2005/ folder. You'll have to go into the manage rosters menu in-game and select load rosters, then chose whichever roster you downloaded. These rosters won't be able to be imported/exported into MVPedit (see below)

If you encounter any .mbe files (Like Ultimate Rosters 3.5), you need MVPedit for that. (Search the forums for a lot more info on MVPedit) MVPedit will export the .mbe file into your database folder, where it will replace the default roster, eliminating any need to load up anything in-game. MVPedit also offers the external editing edge.

And if you download any rosters which just have a bunch of .dat files, you need to place those in the C:/Program Files/EA Sports/MVP Baseball 2005/data/database folder. These will replace your default rosters, so there is no need to load up anything in-game.

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The file was compressed into a .rar file which is a fancier .zip ... the site never lets me upload strictly .sav's so I had to compress to a .rar ... it's the same as zip, just extract to werever and place it in your MVP Baseball 2005 folder.

Shoulda told you that one pedro ... would've helped. :lol:

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Ah. I guess I'm then working on version 2.1 or 3.0 :-P

Depending on how much you've compiled in your research, this could take us weeks and in which case the outcome would be v3.0 but if it's just a quick tweak here, tweak there, it'll be v2.1 ... let's see if I ever get time to do anything seeing as though I work every damn night. :wall:

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Latest version just cleared.

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v2.1 soon to be available early. Lots of tweaks on this one.

Hey everyone.

This is the readme for Brooklyn and PedroSpecialK's roster,

hope you enjoy them, as a lot of hard work has been put in

by myself, Brooklyn, and Sean O.

The way I adjusted the ratings for the players was that I got their

park adjusted ERAs and OPSs courtesy of Baseball Prospectus.

I then did 15 fantasy drafts and simmed each for one year, breaking

them up into 5 year intervals and making each five years one "set".

Of course, I ended up with three sets. After each set, I compared the

players' numbers to their real park-adjusted OPSs and ERAs. I then

adjusted their ratings and career potential (based on reputation and

on Baseball America's 2005 prospect handbook).

I only typed up the statistics from the first set of seasons, as I

figured it would be tedious and unnecessary to do the other two sets.

I did, however, type up my own recommendations for all three sets.

Brooklyn is responsible for the initial changes to the AL, and Sean

O deserves props for being a main tester as well. I personally do not

have those changes all recorded; what I did was just went through the

rosters and made the obvious changes (like Ryan Klesko being better

against lefties than righties, which isn't so).

Enjoy!

SET 1

.900+ OPS

Bobby Abreu (.330/.434/.552)

Moises Alou (.309/.385/.516)

Garrett Atkins* (.341/.417/.546)

Mark Bellhorn* (.304/.440/.511)

Lance Berkman (.332/.447/.566)

Hank Blalock (.325/.401/.516)

Barry Bonds (.336/.461/.664)

Milton Bradley* (.279/.380/.558)

Sean Casey (.325/.373/.549)

Bobby Crosby (.315/.382/.519)

Carlos Delgado (.310/.380/.537)

Jermaine Dye* (.312/.391/.561)

Jim Edmonds (.294/.407/.584)

Morgan Ensberg* (.307/.408/.498)

Jay Gibbons* (.324/.399/.519)

Vladimir Guerrero (.329/.419/.621)

Carlos Guillen* (.326/.406/.538)

Todd Helton (.318/.440/.618)

Eric Hinske (.299/.397/.503)

Tadahito Iguchi* (.358/.423/.527)

Ichiro* (.331/.438/.498)

Nick Johnson (.333/.461/.511)

Chipper Jones (.343/.439/.571)

Travis Lee* (.308/.404/.511)

Mark Loretta* (.335/.418/.531)

Joe Mauer* (.328/.431/.542)

Trot Nixon (.302/.405/.507)

Rafael Palmeiro (.293/.422/.486)

Albert Pujols* (.290/.390/.562)

Aramis Ramirez (.333/.405/.527)

Brian Roberts (.324/.399/.508)

Alex Rodriguez* (.290/.377/.551)

Sammy Sosa (.318/.409/.538)

Nick Swisher* (.297/.391/.522)

Mark Teixeira (.312/.411/.519)

Frank Thomas* (.323/.458/.496)

Jim Thome (.348/.454/.583)

Vernon Wells (.293/.384/.518)

Kevin Youkilis* (.318/.441/.514)

Gregg Zaun* (.337/.426/.555)

Sub 3.50 ERA

Bronson Arroyo* 3.35

Armando Benitez 1.95

Jeremy Bonderman 3.49

Yhency Brazoban 3.07

Sean BUrnett* 2.70

Chris Carpenter 2.80

Lance Carter 2.98

Matt Clement 3.39

Chad Cordero 2.52

Francisco Cordero 3.21

Jesse Crain 1.72

Ryan Franklin* 3.34

Jason Frasor 3.46

Eric Gagne 2.10

Buddy Groom* 2.53

Eddie Guardado 3.29

Roy Halladay 3.00

Chris Hammond 2.85

Shigetoshi Hasegawa 2.92

Roberto Hernandez 2.38

Trevor Hoffman 2.86

Tim Hudson 3.18

Jason Isringhausen 3.23

Steve Karsay* 3.11

Steve Kline 2.14

Dan Kolb 2.95

Al Leiter* 2.70

Brad Lidge 2.16

Braden Looper 2.78

Greg Maddux 3.36

Pedro Martinez 2.64

Julio Mateo* 1.34

Jose Mesa* 1.85

Brian Moeller* 2.89

Guillermo Mota 3.50

Peter Munro* 3.40

Joe Nathan 1.69

Jeff Nelson 3.43

Roy Oswalt 3.44

Jake Peavy 2.49

Odalis Perez 2.87

Jay Powell 3.34

Brandon Puffer* 2.31

Mark Prior 3.00

John Riedling 2.90

Juan Rincon 3.47

Mariano Rivera 3.32

Francisco Rodriguez 2.34

Kenny Rogers 3.15

Kirk Rueter* 3.28

Johan Santana 3.36

Aaron Sele* 3.28

Paul Shuey 2.56

Jorge Sosa 3.35

Huston Street 2.08

Mike Timlin 2.50

Steve Trachsel 3.26

Javy Vazquez 3.50

Tim Wakefield 3.07

Dontrelle Willis 3.13

Paul Wilson* 3.16

Randy Wolf 3.13

Kelly Wunsch 3.49

Esteban Yan 2.64

Chris Young 3.27

Barry Zito* 3.14

Unexpected

Robbie Alomar (should be deleted)

Garret Anderson (should be slightly upgraded)

Tony Armas (should be slightly upgraded)

Bronson Arroyo (should be very slightly downgraded)

Garrett Atkins (should be downgraded)

Danys Baez (should be slightly upgraded)

Jeff Bagwell (should have more power)

Rocco Baldelli (should be slightly upgraded)

Cody Bale (should be heavily downgraded)

Josh Beckett (should be slightly upgraded)

Mark Bellhorn (contact and power should be downgraded 8 pts each)

Joe Blanton (should be slightly upgraded)

Milton Bradley (contact should be slightly upgraded, power should be downgraded)

A.J. Burnett (should be slightly upgraded)

Sean Burnett (should be slightly downgraded)

Paul Byrd (should be slightly upgraded)

Roger Clemens (should be sligthly upgraded)

Victor Diaz (career potential should be slightly upgraded)

Jermaine Dye (power should be sligthly downgraded)

David Eckstein (power should be downgraded)

Scott Erickson (should be heavily downgraded)

Morgan Ensberg (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Ryan Franklin (should be downgraded)

Ryan Freel (power should be downgraded)

Rafael Furcal (power should be downgraded)

Freddy Garcia (should be slightly upgraded)

Jay Gibbons (should be downgraded)

Khalil Greene (power should be downgraded, performance v. righties should be downgraded)

Buddy Groom (should be downgraded)

Carlos Guillen (should be slightly downgraded)

Livan Hernandez (should be slightly upgraded)

Tadahito Iguchi (should be downgraded)

Ichiro (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Jason Jennings (should be upgraded)

Steve Karsay (endurance should be downgraded)

Jeff Kent (should be upgraded)

Travis Lee (should be slightly downgraded)

AL Leiter (should be slightly downgraded)

Mark Loretta (should be very slightly downgraded)

Julio Mateo (should be very slightly downgraded)

Gary Matthews Jr. (should be slightly downgraded)

Joe Mauer (should be slightly downgraded v. lefties)

Jose Mesa (should be slightly downgraded)

Kevin Millar (should be slightly downgraded)

Brian Moeller (should be slightly downgraded)

Dustan Mohr (should be slightly downgraded)

Raul Mondesi (should be downgraded)

Justin Morneau (should be slightly upgraded v. righties)

Bill Mueller (should be downgraded v. lefties)

Peter Munro (should be highly downgraded)

Akinori Otsuka (should be upgraded)

Rafael Palmeiro (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Wily Mo Pena (should be upgraded)

Brandon Puffer (should be hugely downgraded)

Albert Pujols (contact should be upgraded)

Manny Ramirez (should be slightly upgraded)

Jose Reyes (should be slightly upgraded)

David Riske (should be upgraded)

Alex Rodriguez (contact should be slightly upgraded)

Kirt Rueter (should be slightly downgraded)

Curt Schilling (should be slightly upgraded)

Aaron Sele (should be downgraded)

Scot Shields (should be upgraded)

Ben Sheets (should be upgraded)

John Smoltz (should be upgraded)

Alfonso SOriano (should be slightly upgraded)

Sammy Sosa (contact and plate discipline should be slightly downgraded)

Nick Swisher (power should be downgraded)

Frank Thomas (contact should be downgraded)

Paul Wilson (should be slightly downgraded)

Kevin Youkilis (should be downgraded)

Gregg Zaun (should be downgraded)

Barry Zito (should be slightly downgraded)

SET 2

Unexpected

General: Reason for stars not performing well is career potential rating

Must raise star players' career potential ratings accordingly

Pat Burrell (should be upgraded against lefties, better plate discipline)

Kevin Millar (stance should be changed to Vladimir Guerrero)

Brad Wilkerson (should be upgraded against righties)

SET 3

Unexpected

Jeff Bagwell (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Mark Bellhorn (contact should be downgraded)

Mike Cameron (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Ryan Klesko (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Felipe Lopez (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Matt Mantei (should be downgraded)

Joe Mauer (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Kevin Millar (plate discipline should be downgraded)

David Ortiz (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Brian Roberts (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Matt Stairs (plate discipline should be downgraded)

Larry Walker (plate discipline should be downgraded)

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Can I have this roster in .mbe file(mvpedit?)?

Claudio Vargas no longer pitch for the nationals, he pitches for the D-Backs. :wtg:

Probably should upgrade Ryan Church of the nationals, he's suppose to be a big prospect. You can downgrade Termel Sledge a bit. Livan don't seem to have his best curveball with your roster(where is the big drop). If you watch as much nationals as I do, you know he has a better curveball than the one you gave him.

So far in my dynasty, no other suggestions.

Good job :hail:

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this is a v good update guys :wtg:

love it

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Thanks for the few comments guys. They're appreciated. Let's hope others comment. Expos4Ever, thanks for the Nats info, they've been added as of last night along with the following ...

Bellhorn; Downgrade contact v. Lefties; Plate discpline = 95; Power v. L/R 80ish

Manny; Contact v. Lefties downgraded (80ish)

Payton; Contact downgraded v. Lefties (60)

Mirabelli; Contact v. Righties down 5-10; Power v. Righties upgraded to 80ish

Brian Daubach; to Mets

D'Angelo Jimenez; down to AA; downgraded v. all

Mike Sweeney; Durability bumped down to 40

Helton; power downgraded, contact downgraded

Cliff Politte; better control and effectiveness

Eli Marrero; to Orioles; downgraded v. Righties; upgraded v. Lefties

Polanco; v. Righties contact mid 80's; v. Righties power 70

Rondell White; Contact v. Righties 80-85

Monroe; Contact v. L/R upgraded; Power slightly upgraded

Bronson; add slider; good control, decent movement

Clement; cutter like pitch; decent control, amazing movement

Eric Milton; severely downgraded

^^ COMPLTETED

This will all be in v2.2, set to go out sometime before Friday.

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I'm glad to announce v2.2 will be out for consoles and will include a patch via Krawhitham for the All Star lineups and rosters.

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