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if you're replacing the stadium files and it's still crashing, then it's probably not the stadium. if memory serves me correct, you might be having a problem with the mike heath cyberface.

http://www.mvpmods.com/index.php?showtopic...p;hl=mike+heath

Thank you very much! That just totally saved me cuz since I'm playing with the Twins I'm gonna have quite a few games to play against the Tigers. It's also the stadium I was most looking forward to playing in.

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Next up is the 1951 Season which can be downloaded right here. This is a very unique mod as compared to the rest of the season mods out there in that this is the only mod that we have at this time that features the original sixteen teams in major league baseball. I was very surprised when this mod came out because I made a thread over two years ago suggesting this season for Total Classics. After I heard nothing else about it, I quietly dropped it and went on my way. I thought to myself that creating a mod with only the 16 teams would not have been possible. I don't think anyone was as surprised and happy as I was when this was released.

The Boston Braves turn a double play against the St. Louis Browns.

Down on strikes. Warren Sphan was very effective against the Browns today.

Braves Field in Boston.

Boston's Bob Elliot singles to right field.

Warren Sphan makes the play at first on this groundout.

The Browns pitch out just to check if the Braves have a play on.

Strong arm here on the Braves shortstop as he bobbled the ball briefly, but recovered to make the play.

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1951 continued

Sphan picks off a Browns baserunner.

Sherm Lollar of St. Louis got a hold of this one and hit it over the scoreboard.

Throwing the ball back in to hold this Browns to a double.

This was a perfect bunt that went right down the line.

Star outfielder for the Braves, Sam Jethroe. He won the Rookie of the Year in 1950 for Boston.

The Browns second baseman was in the middle of three double plays today and also played an errorless game. Here he goes far to his right to field a grounder and was able to throw out the runner by two steps.

St. Louis wins. They only did that 52 times in the 1951 season.

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Next up, the 1994 season which can be downloaded right here. The 1994 season was a huge disappointment for all of us who lived through that season but this mod created by Hory is the exact opposite. It shines in every aspect of the game. I believe that Hory said it took him about eighteen months to complete the mod and be satisfied to release it for download. All I can say is that it was worth the wait.

In case this is not included in the 1994 season version 2.01 release, I'll provide links for additional files for this mod. I am only giving these links just in case any of you do not have the latest update for this mod. (Hory released this mod and soon after that released an update.) Here is the link for the 1994 version of Yankee Stadium and here is the link for the 1994 version of Comiskey Park. Lastly, here is a link for the batter walk up music, 1994 style.

Ken Hill of Montreal covers first on this grounder and almost misses touching first base. He ended up recording the out.

Craig Biggio hits a gapper that the Expos outfielders have to run down.

The Astros barely get the force out at second base.

Expo pitcher Ken Hill bunts and is safe at first because of a wide throw.

Houston gets on the board as Steve Finley drives home a run as the throw to the plate is late to get the runner.

Olympic Stadium in Montreal. Also notice the different font style that Hory decided to use here. I personally think it looks great.

There goes Craig Biggio again with another extra base hit.

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1994 continued

The Astros are pumped up as they take their first lead of the day.

Ken Hill is hit in the chest by this hard hit ball but recovers in time to throw the batter out. He remained in the ball game.

Ken Hill was 16-5 for the powerful Expo team in 1994. It was also his last year playing in Quebec.

Darrin Fletcher gets into one.

Ken Caminiti. A good hard nosed ballplayer who had more than his share of off field troubles.

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1994 continued

Caminiti slides into third base with a triple.

The Astros scored four runs in the final two innings and ended up winning by one run. Here, Ken Caminiti scores from third base.

Astro outfielder James Mouton steals second base. Mouton was a prize prospect at that time but never panned out and was out of baseball by 2001.

Montreal never gave up. Here Larry Walker scores on Moises Alou's double.

And this is how the game abruptly ended for Montreal. A line drive to shortstop to double off Alou who was too far off the bag to get back.

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I always wanted to do a '70s version of Olympic Stadium, when the place was really weird: running track in foul ground, seats ridiculously far from the action and pointed towards Vancouver, just a ridiculous mess.

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Next, Total Classics Phase 9 Gold which can be downloaded right here. This is the ninth version of the popular Total Classics series and each time a new version is released, it makes the mod even better. And that is quite an accomplishment to do since this mod is great to begin with. But with each new version, more is put into this mod and it always leaves you wondering what else are they thinking of for the next version? Because no matter what it is, it's going to be a hit.

Cool Papa Bell singles in the first inning off of Eddie Cicotte.

Base hit to left field over the head of White Sox third baseman Buck Weaver.

Josh Gibson doubles to right center field.

The Pittsburgh Crawfords get on the board first.

Forbes Field in Pittsburgh. You may also notice in the overlay that all the White Sox are assigned uniform #0. That's because in that time period no teams wore numbers on their backs. The Yankees were the first in the 1920's.

Joe Jackson is too fast to be thrown out on an attempted double play.

This ball gets past the Crawford first baseman for an error.

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Total Classics Phase 9 Gold continued

Joe Jackson makes this diving catch off of Cool Papa Bell to make sure he stays off the bases.

Chicago's Eddie Collins singles.

The great Shoeless Joe Jackson.

Chicago ties the game off of Satchel Paige.

Excellent arm extension. The result? A souvenir for a lucky fan.

Satchel Paige hits a bloop double that lands in fair territory near the right field foul line.

Another diving catch by Shoeless Joe to prevent a run from scoring.

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Total Classics Phase 9 continued

Satchel Paige strikes out a Chicago batter.

Chicago ties the game for a second time.

And Chicago takes the lead.

Eddie Cicotte had a rough day, but so did Satchel Paige in this slugfest.

The ball is not even at first base yet and already Cool Papa Bell is past the base. No way did this double play have a chance to be completed.

The winning run by Chicago here in the ninth inning.

The Crawfords rallied in the ninth but fell short. Here a failed squeeze ends their best chance to tie the game.

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Next up, Total Classics Walk Through History and this mod can be downloaded right here. I describe this mod as a "spin-off" of the Total Classics Phase 9 mod. The teams are very similar in both mods, although this mod includes the 1933 Champion New York Giants, a team not in Total Classics 9. It's an historical perspective of the 20th century as evident of the interesting loading screens and time period music. Another fun mod to play.

Example of one of the loading screens in Total Classics Walk Through History.

Somehow the Reds runner was called out on this double play.

Giants Blondy Ryan hits one off the glove of the Red firstbaseman but pitcher Bucky Walters backs up and makes the play.

Ernie Lombardi hits a double. Lombardi was known as probably the slowest player in all of baseball. He never got any leg hits. Every hit he got, he earned. And that he did because he won two batting titles in his career.

This guy is in no man's land at third base.

JoJo Moore makes a leaping catch at the wall in left field.

This ball is just off the glove of Hughie Critz and goes for a single.

Mel Ott homers and Bucky Walters knows it's gone.

Bill Terry, first baseman and manager of the Giants. He lead the team to the '33 series but the next year was knocked out as the Gashouse Gang Cardinals won it. His comment about the Brooklyn Dodgers at the beginning of the 1934 season "Is Brooklyn still in the league?" did not sit well with the Dodgers or their fans. Brooklyn got its revenge against Terry in late September of 1934 as they beat the Giants to eliminate them from the pennant.

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Total Classics Walk Through History continued

Gus Mancuso doubles down the right field line.

Carl Hubbell on the mound working against the Reds.

Mel Ott over runs the ball in right field for a two base error.

JoJo Moore's diving play here saved two runs from scoring and it also ended the Reds threat in the 6th inning.

Beautiful Crosley Field in Cincinnati. This was the Reds home until 1970.

Reds pitcher Bucky Walters singles here. He had a tough outing as the Giants hit three home runs off of him.

The Reds stage a rally in the ninth. Here, a single gets it started.

Pinch hitting for Cincinnati, Vince Dimaggio.

The Giant third baseman throws the ball into right field as the Reds load the bases with two out in the ninth. This error did not prove to be costly as the next batter popped up to end the game.

More games later.

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Bahahaha, i'd never seen the "do not throw cushions" warning before, that's great.

And, it was inevitable, but you have a slightly outdated version of Forbes. We made the Carnegie museum 3d and retextured most of the park, check it out.

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Next up, Total Classics, Best of the 70's and 80's which can be downloaded right here. This is the second "spin-off" as I like to call it of the Total Classics Phase 9 mod. While the previous mod Walk Through History focused on the early teams of the 20th century that were in TC9, this mod here features the teams from baseball's recent past. You don't have to be a baseball historian to play Total Classics or any of these other two mods, you just have to be a baseball fan. But I guarantee you, if you get curious enough and you want to learn more about Mark Fidrych (who is featured here in this game) you'll end up looking him up on the Internet and your baseball knowledge is going to grow.

The Tigers stage an early rally against Cleveland in the first.

Mark Fidrych of the Detroit Tigers. He was a one year wonder only because he got hurt in spring training the following year and never was the same.

Oscar Gamble steals second.

Gary Sutherland drives home Detroit's first run.

Getting greedy and trying to stretch a hit isn't advisable when you are slow in the first place like Aurelio Rodriguez was.

Rick Manning charges the ball in center.

Detroit gets its second run of the game...

...as catcher Alan Ashby throws to second to try and get the lead runner who took too far of a turn.

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