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could i ask what teams you are doing jaxen? so we're all on the same page here.

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BTW, be careful with Dylan's calculators . . . they have a tendency to over-rate a pitcher's movement on his throws, seemingly giving almost every pitch a "15" rating if a pitcher has a 3.00 ERA or lower. I usually temper this by making sure a dominant pitcher has at least one dominant pitch, and consulting scouting reports to figure out which pitche(s) ought to be rated this way. You can find that web-site here: http://60ft6in.com/

Further, Baseball-reference is probably the most convenient place to find fielding, pitching, and batting stats and splits. http://www.baseball-reference.com/

I figure most of you guys already know this, but I post in case you didn't.

~Chris

EDIT: There is also Cot's Baseball contracts for reference as to how each player is signed. If he is in his arbitration years, I usually tack on another year to his contract length and slightly more than double his total salary. For all other players, I average out the total contract money over the contract length.

Just saw this. I wish you had let me know about this bug earlier and in the Pitching Rating Calculator Support Topic, I would have fixed it by now. :(

Let me see what I can do.

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Just saw this. I wish you had let me know about this bug earlier and in the Pitching Rating Calculator Support Topic, I would have fixed it by now. :(

Let me see what I can do.

Eh, its no big deal Dylan . . . after all, in the real world (and to a certain extent MVP '05 too) all a pitcher needs is one dominant pitch, so we the modders just need to be smart enough to do our research

~Chris

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Looks interesting so far keep it up fellas :drinks:

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Looks interesting so far keep it up fellas :drinks:

THANK YOU DAN...........

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My 2010 schedule just updated the Major League Schedule, it didn't delete any of the previous minor league schedules. (I think the game's default minor league schedules were included.) Hope that clears things up...

Wow ... I feel like a schmuck now. I read wrong and thought there were only schedules for the major-league club. I wouldn't mind a default set of minor league skeds at all. Guess I'm really, really, really looking forward to the 2011 roster!

And teo SESbb ... I've been all over the place. Last night I did a lot of work on the Astros, Giants, Cardinals, Indians and Nationals, but that was only to get the MLB 25 more in line, now their AAA teams have like 28 apiece and I still have to re-create Sizemore, Strasburg, David Freese and Chris Johnson. I really haven't done much in the grand scheme. I figure the bulk of the work will be in late March to get all the rosters right.

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jaxen, the 25 man roster for the nats is done and so are the attributes, we're breaking this down by divisions, adn all those guys are in the roster we are using. you should take a look at the first post in this thread.

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Sorry if I saw this so late as I was out, but I think is an important thing for MVP. I think is a great idea of using hiheat rosters as a base, for me one of the best after KG, although it has some mismatches regarding cyberfaces numbers, id players numbers and other roster errors, mainly in MiLB that I have corrected by myself step by step since last version up to now. I can offer the database files I have if that facilitates your work. I can also offer a list of movements during all this offseason as I have updated portraits following it. That is what I can offer, sorry if I can not offer myself for working the datafiles as I am very bad on it, using MVPedit or manually, only making simple changes, and I do not have players statistic information neither. Just tell me, and best regards for all

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Sorry if I saw this so late as I was out, but I think is an important thing for MVP. I think is a great idea of using hiheat rosters as a base, for me one of the best after KG, although it has some mismatches regarding cyberfaces numbers, id players numbers and other roster errors, mainly in MiLB that I have corrected by myself step by step since last version up to now. I can offer the database files I have if that facilitates your work. I can also offer a list of movements during all this offseason as I have updated portraits following it. That is what I can offer, sorry if I can not offer myself for working the datafiles as I am very bad on it, using MVPedit or manually, only making simple changes, and I do not have players statistic information neither. Just tell me, and best regards for all

Any updated portrait data would be much appreciated, whether an update file or simply a list of appropriations. You can e-mail me and/or Ryan (SESbb30) the information and we'll make sure to use it as best as its useful.

~Chris

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Holy motherof clam dip with dragon bread and kitty stew! My Brewers might actually have a shot to win the NL Central!

http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2011/02/wainwright-could-be-headed-for-tommy-john-surgery.html

Before this, I was going to pick the Cards to finish first, followed by the Brewers, Reds, and Cubs (The Reds made a huge mistake by standing pat this offseason). But with Wainwright (possibly) out of the mix, that takes an easy 15-20 wins off of the Cardinal's record, and leaves the Brewer's with the best rotation in the Central. The Cards' lineup is still imposing, but does anyone think that a batting order coached by free-swinging Mark McGwire can avoid the offensive slumps that it experienced last year?

The NL Central is anything but a walk-off for the Brewers, but you have to admit that things just got a whole lot more interesting . . . hmm . . . I may have to wait and see if the Cards sign Kevin Millwood before I finalize their roster.

~Chris

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hey chris, when you get a chance, could you send me the teams .met file that you have done, it seems mvpedit is letting me import teams now.

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hey chris, when you get a chance, could you send me the teams .met file that you have done, it seems mvpedit is letting me import teams now.

I've been posting my latest work to the FTP site that Playball gave us access too. Let me know if you need help/tips on accessing it.

BTW, I'll take charge of updating the playtest roster that is on that server. I won't even bother uploading the master file: it is way too mesy right now what with an overload of free agents and dis-located/mis-located players.

~Chris

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I've been posting my latest work to the FTP site that Playball gave us access too. Let me know if you need help/tips on accessing it.

BTW, I'll take charge of updating the playtest roster that is on that server. I won't even bother uploading the master file: it is way too mesy right now what with an overload of free agents and dis-located/mis-located players.

~Chris

**** i forgot about that FTP site lol.

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