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Old 07-06-2004, 12:27 AM   #1833
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You should read the boards more often, Gomer's said a lot of things worse than that!
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Old 07-06-2004, 12:30 PM   #1834
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I need the roster update for MVP 2004 for XBOX...where is the latest version?
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Old 07-06-2004, 01:47 PM   #1835
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Either on here w/ GomerKerms or on mvpmods.com using GForce's TotalMinors. Both are great
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Old 07-06-2004, 02:12 PM   #1836
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Hey JD,

Hope all is well. It's been a week since I emailed you the PS2 roster for GForce's TotalMinors v3...

Life is more important... just hope everything's ok. Post it whenever you get the chance...



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Yeah I've been gone for a while. I'm back now and as you might imagine, I have a LOT of stuff to catch up on. Not only on OS, but in general. I'll be posting everything that was sent to my inbox during my absense asap.
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Old 07-06-2004, 02:46 PM   #1837
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GeForce22's Total Minors Version 3.0 for PS2 converted by Pared have now been posted. Click Me.
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Old 07-06-2004, 04:36 PM   #1838
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Welcome back JohnDoe . Good to hear from you again. Thanks in already taking the time to load up what was sent your way. This should everyone the opportunity to get caught up with the files that you have had in your box.

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Old 07-07-2004, 12:14 AM   #1839
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Hey Pared or G-Force...

Do you remember a little while ago when one of the arguments against Kerm/ Gomer's roster work was the editing of pitches...? That dude Badgun especially was irate about it.
Well, as I read the "read me" that comes with V3 of Total Minors, I saw this....
"VERSION 3 Revisions:
__ Complete major league edits. For hitters, this means split adjusted contact/power ratings, as well as revised patience ratings and altered range/arm strength &amp; accuracy ratings based on Ultimate Zone Rating statistics. For pitchers, this means adjusted pitch types, stamina, movement and control ratings, as well as accurate velocities based on scouting reports."

So are the pitches in V3 edited? Is this going to cause the same problems that many complained of regarding Kerm's work? I didn't see those problems, but apparently enough people complained about it.

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Old 07-07-2004, 12:27 AM   #1840
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Hey Pared or G-Force...

Do you remember a little while ago when one of the arguments against Kerm/ Gomer's roster work was the editing of pitches...? That dude Badgun especially was irate about it.
Well, as I read the "read me" that comes with V3 of Total Minors, I saw this....
"VERSION 3 Revisions:
__ Complete major league edits. For hitters, this means split adjusted contact/power ratings, as well as revised patience ratings and altered range/arm strength &amp; accuracy ratings based on Ultimate Zone Rating statistics. For pitchers, this means adjusted pitch types, stamina, movement and control ratings, as well as accurate velocities based on scouting reports."

So are the pitches in V3 edited? Is this going to cause the same problems that many complained of regarding Kerm's work? I didn't see those problems, but apparently enough people complained about it.

Thanks,

rawLo

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No. On the contrary. Assigned pitch types (actually, pitch "descriptions" in MVPEdit) had certain pitches, particularly from lefties, breaking incorrectly. This was in the first TotalMinors edition, and actually existed with a pitch in v2 as well. It has since been modified. Basically, Kerm's roster (from what I've heard) had pitches breaking wrong in many cases and it was never adjusted. All pitches break as they should in TotalMinors.

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