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eskie01

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  1. Did you ever do a regular Yankee Stadium in your 70's stadiums?  I was wondering if you could do me a favor...for 1971 3 Rivers didn't have the "cookie-cutter" infield like Busch or Veterans, could you alter that detail in your 1970's and call it 1971.  Here's a pic from the 71 series in Pittsburgh.

     

    Thanks Man!

     

    Eskie01

     

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    1979-86 NBC/WGAL-TV 8 Overlays

    Version 1.0.0

    14 downloads

    Here is the 1979-86 NBC Overlays. All you need to do is copy the igonly.big file into your data/frontend folder, but make sure you backup your current file first. I don't have the nice original backup proof that I had for the 1971 overlay, but I did do the research in the NBC site and a few others, to mention that this version can be used from 1979 to 1986 give or take. If I can find anything like the 83 ALCS or any other games for sure in that time frame that sports the NBC logo, I'll fit them in for a screen shot. Thanks, Eskie01
  3. Hey Dennis,

    I edited my previous 1971 Memorial Stadium, and I also filled in the blank on the scoreboard with the 1st & 2nd innings notation...the area was black before.  Now all of a sudden I get this ugly brown rectangle next to the scoreboard which was black before.  Where did that come from?

     

    Thanks,

     

    Eskie01

    1971 Memorial Stadium-Day 2-Sample.jpg

    Previous version.jpg

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    1983 Greg Luzinski

    Version 1.0.0

    12 downloads

    Here is a cyberface of 1983 Greg Luzinski of the 1983 Chicago White Sox. To install: Go into the models.big file of the season that you want to install the player face using the bigGUI tool to look for an unused number to use for the particular player and change all 3 of the player's files to the id number of the unused face number in your particular season of play. Copy all 3 of the files to the "home" folder of your MVP 2005 season and then use a zip program to zip all 3 files together and re-name it to the id number (ex., c398). Use Total installer thingy to install the face into the game. Go into the editor and change the face number to that particular number that just went into the models.big file. If you have any questions, shoot me a note and I'll answer them for you. Eskie01 PS: I forgot to write down where I got it and with the results of my brain tumor, I forgot where I got it, but as Homer reminded below it came from his "HomerClassics". Sorry about that Homer.
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    Late 60's-1971 NBC/local network Overlays

    Thanks for your comments. I just opened the only fsh file within ingame.big, and there are absolutely NO files having to do with the network logos. I wasn't sure since you said something, but I went through ahead of time to see where the other NBC or ABC logos were and the igonly was the only one affected. I showed the TV station logo on there because once in awhile during the game they'd have the "station identification" and a voice from WGAL TV-8 would come on and give it. If you go onto the MLB channel or youtube and watch any old complete games on there from then, you will hear it given by Curt Gowdy or Joe Garagiola but incomplete because it's not on a channel like originally. Also, I wanted it on there for a memory sake. Thanks, Eskie01
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    Early 70's Facepack

    Version 1.0.0

    21 downloads

    Here are 3 early-70's faces...Pat Kelly, John Lowenstein & Bake McBride. To install: Go into the models.big file of the season that you want to install the player face using the bigGUI tool to look for an unused number to use for the particular player and change all 3 of the player's files to the id number of the unused face number in your particular season of play. Copy all 3 of the files to the "home" folder of your MVP 2005 season and then use a zip program to zip all 3 files together and re-name it to the id number (ex., c398). Use Total installer thingy to install the face into the game. Go into the editor and change the face number to that particular number that just went into the models.big file. If it's the Lowenstein face, don't forget to change the "04 Face" selection under appearance to "yes" for your player. If you have any questions, shoot me a note and I'll answer them for you. Eskie01 PS: I believe the original faces came with the default game...other than that, I don't know where they came from to give credit.
  7. Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    Here is the Late 60's-Early 70's NBC Overlay with the local network logo WGAL TV from Lancaster/Lebanon, PA. My Dad & I watched the Game of the Week, Sunday afternoon Phillies games and eventually Monday Night Baseball which went 1972-75 according to the documentation that I found on the internet. The original baseball pics are from the 1st night World Series game, game 4 of the 1971 World Series, and the 1971 All Star Game as well. To install...just copy the igonly.big file into your frontend folder but before you do, make sure you backup first in case you don't like it. If you have any question, just shoot me a note! Thanks, Eskie01
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    Oakland A's team name

    Athletics...yes, but I'm talking about the A's specifically. Thanks, Eskie01
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    Changing "Time of Day"

    Thanks Guys! I'll just change the skies. Eskie01
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    Changing "Time of Day"

    Where do I find where the names of the time of day specifically for each individual stadium, ie., I want to change "Dusk" to "Day" for Fenway's day stadium. I looked in the 2 loc files in the data folder but I couldn't find the info in it for those details. I'm NOT talking about the skies, it's like changing the stadium name in "type" from Camden Yards to Memorial Stadium. Thanks! BRobby05
  11. Hi Dennis,

     

    I was wondering if you could do a day version of Olympic Stadium in Montreal for me.  I'm working on a 1983 season, and I saw in my book Green Cathedrals that they didn't have it fully covered until 1987-89.  I put into the game in the RFK slots.  I just made a copy of what was available.

     

    Thanks,

    Eskie01

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    Oakland A's team name

    I would really appreciate for someone to create an Oakland A's team name and hex file for MVP Baseball 2005. Also and if you could team me how to do it for others. Thanks, Eskie01
  13. How can I open these 2 "big" files when bigGUI can't? Thanks, Eskie01
  14. Version 1.0.0

    55 downloads

    Here is an edited version of Dennis James's 1970's Memorial Stadium. His original 1970's Memorial Stadium is almost exactly like the 1979 rendition of the original stadium that I noticed on my vcr recordings of the 1979 ALCS with the Angels and my 1979 WS highlights video. Here is a quote from a message that he sent me when I asked if I could edit his Memorial and Oakland Stadiums, "That's no problem at all. Any work I've ever posted here on MVPMods has always been free for anyone to modify or improve upon. Anything I've ever created here has been to share with the community and for everyone to enjoy. Best of luck to you, DENNIS" The actual Memorial Stadium's scoreboard flipped every so often from these 2 and one that was an ad for the News-American, a newspaper that heavily carried the Orioles. These 2 I think were the most colorful. All you need to do is to copy the 2 stadium files into the stadiums folder in your MVP game folder, but I'd backup the other 2 in case you don't like these. If there are any questions, drop me a note. Enjoy! Eskie01
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    1971 Oakland Coliseum

    Version 1.0.0

    58 downloads

    Here is an edited version of Dennis James's 1970's Oakland Coliseum. Here is a quote from a message that he sent me when I asked if I could edit his Memorial and Oakland Stadiums, "That's no problem at all. Any work I've ever posted here on MVPMods has always been free for anyone to modify or improve upon. Anything I've ever created here has been to share with the community and for everyone to enjoy. Best of luck to you, DENNIS" All you need to do is to copy the 2 stadium files into the stadiums folder in your MVP game folder, but I'd backup the other 2 in case you don't like these. I took lineups and scores from a particular day of games and applied them to either the daytime or the nighttime applications. The one with Don Mincher as 1Bman is from the early 1971 season before the trade with the Senators and the other has Epstein which is after the trade. If there are any questions, drop me a note. Enjoy! Eskie01 PS: The original pic is from the introduction of the A's players before a 1972 ALCS game with the Tigers but I have also original color photos of A's and the opposition that shows the scoreboards in the background and they have the identical ARCO signs at the ends. In addition...I added several pics of players from 1971 to show that the scoreboard was consistent with the 1972 ALCS photo here. Jim "Mudcat" Grant only wore this version of the A's uni after coming over from the Pirates in the mid-season 1971, next...Luis Alvarado of the Chisox, you can see the A's wearing the sleeveless jerseys in the background and if you look closely at the White Sox uni you can tell it's flannel by the texture; next Hegan came over from the Brewers for cash and he wouldn't have wore this one in 1972; lastly Ron Klimkowski came over from the Yankees and went back to the Yankees for 1972.
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