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Yankee4Life

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  1. This guy always find something else to throw into the mod that ends up amazing me even more!!
  2. Mickey Rivers Originally signed by the Atlanta Braves, John Milton "Mickey" Rivers began his big league career in 1970 with the Angels, playing center field and third base. He stayed with them through the 1975 season. Rivers played part-time in his first few years, until becoming the starter in 1974. He led the American League in triples both years and stole a career-high 70 bases in 1975, tops in the league. Along with Ed Figueroa, Rivers was dealt to the Yankees in the 1975-76 off-season for Bobby Bonds, a trade that immediately paid dividends for the Yankees. Figueroa won 19 games and Rivers enjoyed a career year. Rivers was named to the All-Star team, batted .312, stole 43 bases and posted then-career highs in home runs (8) and runs batted in (67). Rivers placed third in the Most Valuable Player voting behind teammate Thurman Munson and George Brett and was named an outfielder on The Sporting News AL All-Star team. Rivers posted good numbers in his two other full Yankee seasons, including a .326 batting average in 1977, but was traded in the middle of the 1979 season to Texas. He set the single-season record for hits by a Ranger with 210 in 1980. He concluded his career in 1984 with a .295 lifetime average, 267 stolen bases and 1,660 hits. The Yankees faced the Kansas City Royals three years in a row, and Rivers starred in each one. In 14 total games, he batted .386, with an un-Rivers-like OBP of .417, belted 22 hits and scored 10 runs. His average in the 1978 series was a whopping .455. He didn’t fare as well in World Series play, though, only hitting .238 in 15 games. While Rivers played for them, the Yankees won the World Series in 1977 and 1978, both times against the Los Angeles Dodgers. They won the 1976 pennant, but lost in the World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. Rivers posted a .308 average in his 29 postseason games.
  3. A word of caution here to anyone downloading this mod. Please read Gordo's review here because he points out that the cyberface of Vlad, Jr. does not have a official ID to go along with it. This omission may cause your game to crash. I am not saying that is what will happen but it can so why chance it? I am sure the cyberface alone is fine. That is not what I am trying to say. It just needs the ID. Thank you for the upload.
  4. Please, please put your file descriptions in English. Thank you.
  5. I believe that you can install that with the T.i.T. Program.
  6. For years now I have noticed that some people have had some difficulty following the (from what I see it) very simple and self-explanatory directions from Gordo on how to correctly install the latest roster set that he has uploaded. And it has not just been newcomers to Mvpmods who are guilty of this. People who have been here many years have done it too and what I want to attempt to do here is try to help everyone with this with the help of a visual aid. First let's look at Gordo's instructions which he includes in every version of his rosters: INSTALLATION: Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\EA SPORTS\MVP 2005 (or whatever you named it)\data\database subfolder. DELETE the existing 19 .dat files. Unzip this roster file to that location. DO NOT SIMPLY OVERWRITE! Simple instructions yet people have still not been able to follow it. What I am going to do is take apart all four sentences and explain each one of them and after I am done maybe it will help the ones out there who need it. Sentence #1: Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\EA SPORTS\MVP 2005 (or whatever you named it)\data\database subfolder. Here Gordo is telling you where the roster files are located in your Mvp 2005 game directory. No matter where you have your game installed the roster is ALWAYS going to be located in the data\database folder. Sentence #2. DELETE the existing 19 .dat files. Here are all the 19 .dat files in the data\database directory that you need to delete to install the newest roster. And this is what the directory is going to temporarily look like when you delete these nineteen files. Sentence #3. Unzip this roster file to that location. As you can see you are right back to where you started but what you did was delete the old .dat files and replaced them with the newer ones that go with the updated roster. Sentence #4. DO NOT SIMPLY OVERWRITE! Now if you have read this tutorial from the beginning you will see that the correct way and the only way to use Gordo's wonderful rosters is to DELETE those .dat files and not just overwrite them because if you think you just can do it that way then I am sorry to say you are just selling yourself short. That's that. This should (or at least I hope) explain all that you need to do to use Gordo's rosters.
  7. This is the second time you have asked this in a matter of days. When the mod is done and it is ready to be uploaded then you will be able to get it and not one moment before. Please do not ask this again.
  8. When it is done it will be uploaded.
  9. Where do you get them? Amazon? And why not use a gamepad? Ok, I don't want to get away from the topic of this thread which is the new mod.
  10. You may not know but I have 2k12 too. I am pretty bad at playing the game and I can't get a good handle on it (pitching, fielding etc) but when this comes out it will make me try even harder to get used to the game. No kidding here these are some of the best logos I have ever seen.
    Another wonderful roster by the master himself. There is such detail in every edition of Gordo's rosters and they add so much to the Mvp 2005 game experience. I want you guys to know that our game here survives thanks to modders like Gordo who give so much to it. Thank you. Ten stars.
  11. You are welcome. Will you ever work on Mvp any more? These logos would look great in that game too.
  12. Ok Guaro those logos look outstanding. Some of the best I have ever seen.
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