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  1. Question about 2005 stadiums

    Unfortunately, I don't have any of the 2005 stadiums. I have a few from 2006 and most, if not all, of the 2007 stadiums.
  2. Question about 2005 stadiums

    I recall that at some point all of the stadiums were updated in 2005. I will check my external hard drive where I archive all of the files I have downloaded over the years. I don't have every mod ever created but I am pretty sure I would have downloaded all the stadiums in 2005.
  3. Mlb TV on smart TV

    Roku also makes a streaming stick that works too. I bought one of those for the TV in our bedroom and have never had any connection or streaming issues with it when watching MLB.tv. I had been having periodic buffering issues with Netflix through the wi-fi connection on our main Smart TV, so that is why I got the other Roku box and ran the dedicated Ethernet connection to it. It's possible that the streaming stick would have worked fine, but I have no regrets on getting the bigger Roku box.
  4. Mlb TV on smart TV

    I had that problem last year with my 2012 Panasonic Plasma TV. I ended up buying a Roku box for $49 (the model with an Ethernet port on it) and Connected that to the TV through the HDMI connection. The Roku box has wireless, but I ran an Ethernet cable directly from my router to it so I could stream as fast as possible. The MLB.tv app and others I have work great on it.
  5. High Heat 2004 - Simcentral.net MODS

    The reason for the lack of downloads is that when the site first started, it was dedicated to MVP2004 and then MVP2005. Once the MVP series stopped being produced, the site expanded to include the MLB2K series. Yankee4Life has added some of the mods that he had for HH2003 and HH2004 within the last 3 or 4 years.
  6. Juiced Baseballs? Possible.

    I sure hope not, because it would be a real shame if that letter I got from the Nigerian prince offering me a portion of his $69 million fortune turned out to be fake. Especially since I already sent all that money to a lawyer in Nigeria to get things moving. . .
  7. Juiced Baseballs? Possible.

    I don't know about that. They posted that on the Internet, and they couldn't do that if it wasn't true . . .
  8. Total Conversion Mods

    A great review as always. Thanks!
  9. Random Thoughts On A Sunday Morning Updated To 2-4

    Let's see. You hate New England, you hate Philadelphia, you hate Minneapolis. The list keeps growing . . .
  10. Save problem with TC39

    How many other dynasty save files do you have? I believe there is a limit on how many you can create. As a test, try moving them someplace else and then save a TC1939 dynasty.
  11. Save problem with TC39

    If I knew, I'd tell you. I'm still using Windows XP, so I can't help.
  12. Question About Replacing Walk-Up Music

    Good point. I hadn't thought of that.
  13. Question About Replacing Walk-Up Music

    Correct. There is nothing you can do to change this behavior.
  14. Question About Replacing Walk-Up Music

    Based upon the way that the roster files are setup, you can only select a particular ditty type for a player (Pop, Country, etc.). You cannot specify individual ditties for a player. As you mentioned, each ditty type has a specific range of slots. When the game runs, it looks at the ditty type and then selects a ditty at random from the range of slots for that ditty type. So, if your player has a ditty type of Pop assigned to him, you will get one of 10 different ditties when he comes up to bat and you are never guaranteed to hear the same one each time. In one game you might have 3 consecutive batters have different ditties when they come up to bat, and in another game, you might hear the same ditty for all three players.
  15. Total Classics 1939



    Total Classics 1939 By Jim825, dennisjames71 & kyleb The 1939 baseball season marked a turning point in the history of the American League, as it lost one of its greatest players, Lou Gehrig. Gehrig's teammates had noticed something wrong with their 35-year-old leader early in the 1938 season when the ball no longer jumped off his bat. He had rallied to finish with only slightly sub-par numbers: a .295 batting average, 114 RBI, and 29 homers. Steadily deteriorating from the start of spring training in 1939 through eight games into the regular season, the "Iron Horse" finally called it quits, ending baseball's longest consecutive-game streak at 2,130. Shortly afterward, he was diagnosed with the disease that carries his name. On July 4, Lou Gehrig was given the day at Yankee Stadium at which he delivered his famous line: "Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth," He was dead by 1941. Gehrig retired with a .340 lifetime batting average, 1,990 RBI, 493 homers -- a record 23 of them grand slams -- and a slugging average of .632, third on the all-time list behind Babe Ruth and Williams. A very deep Yankees team replaced Gehrig with Babe Dahlgren and returned to the business of baseball. They were in a close pennant race with Boston, which stayed within striking distance of the lead until the All-Star break. In late July, however, New York kicked into high gear and left the Red Sox in the dust, finally winning its fourth consecutive pennant by 17 games. The New York attack was led by MVP Joe DiMaggio (who won the batting title at .381 and drove in 126 runs, second-best in the American League), Red Rolfe (who scored 139 runs and hit 46 doubles, both league-leading figures), and 22-year-old outfielder Charlie Keller (who was fifth in hitting at .334). Cincinnati celebrated the 70th anniversary of the champion 1869 Reds, baseball's first openly professional team, and the 20th anniversary of their 1919 World Championship by winning the 1939 National League pennant. The Reds were led by MVP pitcher Bucky Walters, who went 27-11 with a league-low 2.29 ERA. Teammate Paul Derringer won 25, second-best in the league, and recorded the fourth-best ERA at 2.93. The Reds pitched their way to the National League flag by 4-1/2 games over a hard-hitting St. Louis team that featured Johnny Mize, the batting champ at .349 and home run leader at 28. Ducky Medwick batted .332 and had 48 doubles (second only to teammate Enos Slaughter's 52 doubles) and 117 RBI. Cincinnati became the fourth National League champion in four years to run into the New York Yankees' World Series buzz saw, falling in four games by a combined score of 20-8. After losing 2-1 in a game one pitchers' duel between Derringer and Ruffing, the Reds lost by scores of 4-0, 7-3, and 7-4. The Yankees outhomered their opponents 7-0. ------------------------------------------- The Total Classics 1939 mod brings you the sights and sounds of the 1939 baseball season. Besides rosters, portraits, uniforms and audios, the mod provides themed menu and loading screens, stadium select screens with actual stadium photos, 1939 jukebox and batter walkup music, an accurate 1939 schedule and correct 1930's era stadiums for every team. The mod also includes OTBJoel's great Legends from the Booth audio. ------------------------------------------- *** INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS *** - After you download the total_classics_1939.7z file, double-click to open it. - Extract the contents of the file into a folder. - Double-click the explodeme.exe file - Find the location of a CLEAN (or patched) copy of MVP Baseball 2005 and click "Extract". - Allow the program to extract all of the new content. - Play the new Total Classics 1939 mod. NOTE -- You MUST use an "unlocked" profile in order to have access to the 1939 uniforms ------------------------------------------- *** VERSION HISTORY *** v1.0 Initial release