cropper7 Posted June 15, 2006 Share Posted June 15, 2006 Want to invite anyone to follow the PBA...... I have always created my own Leagues and teams on other games such as Tony 96.....the last 5 years or so I have predominantly played on the xbox......But knwoing about so many mods that is offered and available, I am finally, going to create 'my ultimate league creation' on a PC version of MVP.....I think in my lifetime I must have had thousands of teams named....often redoing leagues with newer versions of games, and sometimes simply change of ideas...I have rarely put the time in playing the Leagues as have creating them.....BUT this may change.....it's the plan, anyway......now with mods for MVP, I can create a league and see my teams actually have uniforms and player likenesses that no game has ever given me the chance to...... Let me introduce you to my plan, and then the teams: *I have 14 teams, (kind of influenced by the old form of the MLB) *Am going to play in the Al, but w/o DH ( again returning more to the origins of professional baseball) *Of course, configure team unies and Rosters *Will Post seasonal standings, answer any question, give players of the month and give a little info about that player. I won't be a beat writer, just give you folks a casual run down *In order to have a 'historical statiistical basis' for my players to implement in the mvpeditor, I have given each player an average year,and searched on baseball-reference.com to find a player similar to use as a basis for their career numbers(Finished) *I will only edit the triple-A affiliates team names and place default/unreal players on the AAA rosters *Play only Sunday Games....i undertsnad that there is a mod to allow me to change a team in dynasty *I will see about loading the League onto this site, but no promises, and I will let you know about it later *as of June 16, i still have to edit the players and teams, so expect the League in action in roughly a month, if not before. *Ask about preventing interleague play THE LEAGUE: AL-west: Texas Bullets (San Antonio).....likeness of KC, with gray and white bills from the 1990s New Orleans Blues....likeness of toronto 2000 Memphis Hounds.......likeness to the mets spring training, i.e blue hats, orange jerseys for home&away St. Louis Pioneers......mixture of 1980s Padres and 1990s, with one additional alternate unie of my creation Alt uni-is vested style with pinstripes AL Central: Toledo Titans.....likeness to the 1997-99 Mariners Detroit Lynx......likeness to 2006 Orioles Chicago Hawks....likeness of the home uniform of the Ottawa Lynx Indiana Scouts (Indianapolis)....likeness of San Diego of 2003 Louisville Gents.....likeness of the away jersey of the 1968 Braves AL East: New York Barons.....likeness to NY Giants, away unies have shoulder trim style with New York across in cursive Boston Cannons.....likeness to the 2006 Devil Rays, but no Black hat, only green Atlantic City Kings......likeness to the 1997 Brewers Providence Rangers.........likeness to the phillies, but basically the blue&red or inverted Buffalo Arrows........likeness to the 1998 Anaheim Angels w/o wings HISTORIC POINT OF VIEW --Since 1931 TEAM WIN % Chamionships Glory Days CHI .720 11 30s, 40s, 1998-2001 ATL .670 19 30s, 50s, 80s N.O. .560 5 50s NY .530 12 40s, 1965-1975 TOL .515 0 Early 90s IND .512 4 Millenium DET .502 3 60s LOU .490 6 70s, Late 80s PRO .486 3 WWII, Millenium StL .480 1 1981 BUF .475 2 Late 90s BOS .460 1 1961 MEM .458 3 1958-1963 TEX .431 0 Millenium MINOR LEAGUES: Albany Otters (Buf) Albany, New York Harrisburg Flyers(Det) Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Hartford Red Wolves(Bos) Hartford, Connecticut Reading Rockets (Tol) Reading, Pennsylvania Scranton Elves(Prov) Scranton, Pennsylvania Suffolk Saints (ATL) Suffolk (Long Island), New York Trenton Breakers(NY) Trenton, New Jersey Birmingham Hornets(Mem) Birmingham, Alabama Chattanooga Rattlers(Lou) Chattanooga, Tennessee Columbia Jacks(Chi) Columbia, South Carolina Little Rock Cyclones(Tex) Little Rock, Arkansas Mobile Spurs (N.O.) Mobile, Alabama Shreveport Pirates (StL) Shreveport, Louisiana Winston-Salem Demons(Ind) Winston-Salem, North Carolina Players: Breakdown of where they come from: Player Breakdown (Active Roster) mlb# American 225 (64.2%) Puerto Rico 35 (10.0%) 36 Taiwan 12 (3.4%) 2 Mexico 10 (2.8%) 16 Phillipines 8 (2.2%) n/a R. Korea 8 (2.2%) 4 Holland 8 (2.2%) n/a Cuba 7 (2.0%) 9 Canada 7 (2.0%) 16 Australia 7 (2.0%) 1 U.S. Virgin 4 (1.1%) n/a Venezuela 4 (1.1%) 48 Italy 3 ( 0.8%) n/a Dominican 3 (0.8%) 97 Panama 3 (0.8%) 4 Greece 2 (0.5%) n/a Japan 2 (0.5%) 10 Colombian 1 (0.2%) 2 German 1 (0.2%) n/a A few players you should expect to hear about: Brad Holland CF NY Barons Javier Ventura SRHP Boston Cannons Mark Cochran SRHP Detroit Lynx Ramon Ayala RF Detoit Lynx Marques Perez RF Chicago Hawks Jesse Suarez RRHP Chicago Hawks Troy Bellamy CF Louisville Gents Darryl Hyatt C Indiana Scouts Ricardo Coleman RF St. Louis Pioneers Juan Arsenal SS memphis hounds javier De La Fuente SLHP New Orleans Blues Billy McIntyre SRHP Texas Bullets MANAGERS: Meet the personalites of strategy: Grading Scale A+ Hall of Famer A Gets to Playoff A- Does well with Team B+ Good but Press Job B Has had Success B- Improved bad team C+ Has Created Excitement C Everyday Manager C- Hot Seat CLUB Name Age Experience Grade CHI Jim Markovich 58 13 A NY Pete Fox 49 5 B+ ATL Bob Hayes 67 21 A+ PRO Glenn Marrero 56 7 A- DET Joe Bass 51 3 A BUF Hank Moran 61 4 C TOL Sid Cuccinelli 50 2 C+ NO Ben Reagan 55 3 C LOU Art Schumacher 46 2 C+ MEM Dean Clancy 53 5 C- StL Burt Daigle 48 1 C+ TEX Andy Barbera 58 3 C BOS Larry McGinn 64 2 C+ IND Ken Walsh 60 9 B Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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