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  1. We will try it, to see. Anyway, we are in no rush, as we are in pre-alpha-testing for our league's reboot. We're first testing if MVP can make it as a base, then work up the mods to fit our needs (gameplay-wise), then the mods to convert our old Earl Weaver Baseball based teams (rosters, uniforms, stadiums, maybe even sounds). Probably the BoxScore Extractor (even MVPcaribe's one) will be the key for keeping the players' stats throughout the season, because we wouldn't be playing using the season mode. The way our league used to work, and how we would like to keep it, is (for example) 8 guys meeting at one's place once a month, playing their four games that night two by two (head-to-head) on four computers, at the same time. If we were to play in season mode, we would overright each other's game every time a game ends. Using the BoxScore Extractor, we could all play Exhibition games the same way we used to do, and keep season stats in an Excel spreadsheet. Only detail we would still have to figure is pitchers' fatigue management, and starting pitchers rotations... Sorry about the long reply, I tend to get excited about this project... And thanks for the MVPcaribe's Extractor idea
  2. Ok, thanks, I should try and contact him, the.
  3. Hello Yankee4Life, I am looking for this Box Score Extractor too, although I saw on another post that it wasn't available here anymore, and the link you posted here just keep bringing me back here in a new tab (exactly here, to this topic). Could you help me finding this Box Score Extractor, please? I tried Google, but it direct me to this site only. Thanks!
  4. Hello all, first post here (woohoo!). I wonder if anyone could help me (or us) bringing a new breath in what used to be a great baseball fantasy league I used to grow up with. It was involving my dad, some uncles, friends of them, and they were meeting once a month to play on Amiga computers, using the Earl Weaver Baseball software. The league was as much as for the gathering and party than for the baseball itself. (sorry for my english if sometimes stuff doesn't quite make sense...) In those gathering, there would be four or five machines in one place (people would bring their machines), and eight or ten people (each owner of his own franchise) would be playing four or five games during the evening. That is what I'd like to recreate, or revive as the machines are getting old, the software graphics out of date, but the features mostly absent of the newer games... Where I would need help is to find a baseball game with decent modern graphic look for a fantasy league where each franchise owner would play his club's games, face to face with his opponent (on the same machine), and have four or five game played at the same time, in the same league. Earl Weaver Baseball used to let you play a game (like the exhibition mode in recent games) and then only update the stats of the players that played. I've seen, here, that there are many mods for custom uniforms, custom players, custum parks, so that won't be a problem. But the basic setup of having the guys in the league play their games at the same time, is what is giving us trouble... So, in short, the features we would be looking for are: - Multiple game played at the same time - Two players per game on each machine - "update" stats after a game - Pitcher's fatigue management (for rotations, starters and relief) I already have High Heat Baseball 2002 on which I'm making tests, but I can't play in a season multiple games at once without overwriting, at the eand of each game, the stats of the other games as they "haven't happened" on the other machines. I could have the teams play exhibition games, and compile the HTML stats of each games in Excel and keep track of the stats this way, but then, the pitchers management gets tricky as there would be no follow up from one game to the other (I thought of a board on which we'd keep track of the pitchers availability...). What could be awesome, but I'm daydreaming, is an "Earl Weaver Baseball mod" that would allow to create a custom leage, with custom teams and custom players, play exhibition games and update the stats of the players at the end of the game (including pitcher's fatigue, players injury, etc., just like in season mode), but on a recent game. So, if anyone understood me and have suggestions, or questions that I will answer, it will be very welcome! Thank you! Breeffeehey Owner and GM of the Darwin Shields
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