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Old 05-11-2004, 05:36 PM   #1177
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If you are seeing Delgado as A-Rods stance then you have an older version!
that was changed 2 versions ago!

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I thought this was the stance used in your lastest file (released 5/5). The one here, or here for PS2.
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Old 05-11-2004, 05:45 PM   #1178
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These will be added to AA also in next update:

Adam Jones of Seattle Mariners

Delmon Young of Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Adam Loewen of Baltimore Orioles

Angel Guzman of Chicago Cubs

Andy Sisco of Chicago Cubs

Felix Pie of Chicago Cubs

Billy Petrick of Chicago Cubs

Michael Aubry of Cleveland Indians

Kyle Sleeth of Detroit Tigers

Clint Everts of Montreal Expos

Scott Kazmir of New York Mets

Blake Hawksworth of St. Louis

Hanley Ramirez of Montreal Expos

Chin-Hui of Colorado Rockies

Jeremy Hermida of Florida Marlins

Cole Hamels of Philadelphia Phillies

Merkin Valdez of San Francisco Giants

Lincoln Holdzkom of Florida Marlins

Jeff Francoeur of Atlanta Braves

Fernando Nieve of Houston Astros

Manny Parra of Milwaukee Brewers

Mike Hinckley of Montreal Expos

Eric Duncan ofNew York Yankees

Matt Cain of San Francisco Giants

Fausto Carmona of Cleveland Indians

Darrell Rasner of Montreal Expos

Brad Sullivan of Oakland Athletics

Reggie Abercrombie of Los Angeles Dodgers
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Old 05-11-2004, 05:52 PM   #1179
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Ray Olmedo is a switch hitter. Vina's Stance
Wily Mo Pena Upright More open stance.
D'angelo Jiminez E. Martinez's Stance....
Joe Valentine throws about 95-97 MPH

And while your at it Reduce Brandon Larson's durablity some as the guys never off the DL long enough to see if he'll survive in the majors or not!
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Old 05-11-2004, 05:55 PM   #1180
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These will be added to AA also in next update:

Adam Jones of Seattle Mariners

Delmon Young of Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Adam Loewen of Baltimore Orioles

Angel Guzman of Chicago Cubs

Andy Sisco of Chicago Cubs

and so on...

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Wait! Now I am really confused! I thought Kerm added these "Top Flite" players already to the most updated roster? It was in the readme that was releaed with your previous updated console conversion of his rosters, once again: XBOX and PS2.
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Old 05-11-2004, 05:57 PM   #1181
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jermaine dye hr rating for righties about a 76 not a 56
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GomerPyle said:
These will be added to AA also in next update:

Adam Jones of Seattle Mariners

Delmon Young of Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Adam Loewen of Baltimore Orioles

Angel Guzman of Chicago Cubs

Andy Sisco of Chicago Cubs

and so on...

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Wait! Now I am really confused! I thought Kerm added these "Top Flite" players already to the most updated roster? It was in the readme that was releaed with your previous updated console conversion of his rosters, once again: XBOX and PS2.

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He did but most were in FA I am now placing the ones I listed on their Teams
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Old 05-11-2004, 06:06 PM   #1183
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jermaine dye hr rating for righties about a 76 not a 56

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I will seriously look at that youcantstopme thanks man!

Youve been polite and respectful!

I will check into his carreer stats as well as this year.

note: added in my notes
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Old 05-11-2004, 06:16 PM   #1184
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Here is the cubs breakdown....
I would reduce Joe Boroski's velocity to the mid to upper 80's. He simply cannot hit 94 anymore. I would also give Sergio Mitre a slider. Not a good slider but a slider none the less. say movement 50 control 55 velocity 87 movement diagonal
Matt Clement needs a sinker I think? A pretty good one.
Todd Hollandsworth needs more contact and power vrs righties. He has 2 hrs and 7 pinch hitting in something silly like 13 ph at bats?? At least make him with a little more power the contact is debateable...
I would also improve Aramis Ramirez's power vrs righties a tad. He absolutely crushes the ball and is on pace for 35 hr's and 110 or so rbi's. I would improve Alou's power a tad vrs RHP as well. He has 7 or 8 dingers so far and is on fire until he gets hurt or gets yellow hands?
turn down the power for Felix Pie on the AA team. He is faster than heck but average power. He is a slap hitter not slugger. Also turn up the stats for Dwaine Bacon. he is leading the AA team in SB and is an everyday player. Micah Hoffpauir needs more power vrs righties. Trinidad Hubbard (the ageless wonder) is an everyday player on the AAA cubs. That is all I can think of off hand...
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