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Old 03-10-2005, 11:49 AM   #441
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Re: Pared's MVP 2005 Gameplay Sliders

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Have you had any issues with them taking a lot of 3rd pitch strikes?
It happens occasionally, but not to where I feel it's a problem yet. I don't usually get high strikeout number anyway, normally 5-6 a game combined between my starters and bullpen.
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Old 03-10-2005, 03:00 PM   #442
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I have played enough games now to comment in regards to CPU homeruns. I use Pared's Version 1.0 slider set with some minor adjustments. The issue here could be the All Star difficulty level (I believe this boosts the attributes for each player, thus causing some unrealistic power ratings), so getting this particular slider resolved is paramount to any other slider at this point.

Even with CPU Power/Contact sliders at 0, there are hitters that would not be considered power hitters in anyway hitting 430 ft HR's on balls either out of the strike zone, or in their "cold" zone.

Having said that, I don't feel it's a contact slider issue, but rather solely the power slider. I have seen numerous posts in regards to adjusting the CPU Power slider, but seems as though nothing has really helped.

If we can resolve this issue amongst all of us who read, or post in this thread, I think we will have the slider set locked down.

I am going to set the CPU Power slider to -50 and throw fastballs right down the middle of the plate, or directly to the particular hitters hot zone and adjust this slider until I get it right.

It would be appreciated if others can do the same, and report on any findings.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 03-10-2005, 03:22 PM   #443
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Is there a way to make your pitchers taje longer to warm up? they warm up WAY to fast.
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Old 03-10-2005, 06:41 PM   #444
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ok, PARED, can you please post what slider setting you have your human/CPU power and contact, thanks...i just want to have it what your at, so i can either keep it there, or tweak it for my liking. you may have already said what they were at earlier, but i read through this thread, and it wasn't clear to me

ALSO, have you changed the slider for the CPU taking pitches?, if not now worries

pared, can you pleeeeeze answer my question
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Old 03-10-2005, 08:39 PM   #445
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pared, can you pleeeeeze answer my question
Here's his full set:

Pared's MVP 2005 Gameplay Sliders v. 1.0

Difficulty: All-Star
Strike Zone: Off
Hot/Cold Zones: Fade
Pitch Cursor: Off or Fade
Variable "Stuff": On

User Pitch Meter Difficulty: -23
Pitch Speed: 0
CPU Pitcher Ball Rate: 5
User Pitcher Fatigue: -3
CPU Pitcher Fatigue: 0
User Pitch Control: -50 (Yes, that's right.)
CPU Pitch Control: -15
Bullpen Fatigue Rate: 0
Bullpen Fatigue Grace: 0
User Batting Contact: 14 (Makes for some more varied scores)
CPU Batting Contact: 14 (You have to offset the increased foul balls)
User Batting Power: 7 (More offense)
CPU Batting Power: 7 (Again, offense)
User Bunting Ability: 0
CPU Bunting Ability: 0
User Foul Ball Frequency: 50 (Trust me... you're going to get into some MEMORABLE at bats!)
CPU Foul Ball Frequency: 50
CPU Swing Frequency: -28
User OF Speed (Manual): 0
User OF Speed (MVP): 0
CPU OF Speed: 0
User IF Speed (Manual): -6
User IF Speed (MVP): -4
CPU IF Speed: -6
User Throw Speed: -2
CPU Throw Speed: -2
User Throw Accuracy: -3
CPU Throw Accuracy: -3
User Catch Errors: 4
CPU Catch Errors: 4
User Dive Difficulty: 0
CPU Catch Effort: -25
User Baserunning Speed: -3
CPU Baserunning Speed: -3
User Runner Aggression: 8
CPU Runner Aggression: 8
User Runner Steal Speed: -4
CPU Runner Steal Speed: -4
User Runner Steal Delay: -8
CPU Runner Steal Delay: -8
CPU Steal Rate: 8
Runner Injury Frequency: 0
Pitcher Injury Frequency: 0
Batter Injury Frequency: 0
Fielder Injury Frequency: 4
Pitching MG Difference: 0
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Old 03-10-2005, 08:59 PM   #446
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Here's his full set:
That's what he posted, but I know he has said he put human contact/power back to 0 for himself. Maybe he changed other things as well, I don't know.
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Old 03-10-2005, 09:00 PM   #447
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no, those are not the sliders he is playing with. he said he has the power and contant for cpu and human different, i also wanted to know what his slider for the CPU taking pitches is at. btw, this question is directed at pared.
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Old 03-10-2005, 09:04 PM   #448
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yea, chaos, i thought he changed em, but i wanted to make sure, and people are still complaining about pitcher stamina, i just wanted to know if pared was goign to change anything. actually, i think its ok, i pitched ~ 110 pitches with chris carpenter through 7 innings. i had about 32 stamina. also what really helps are timely visits to the mound, they can get you through the game. if you pitch a shutout, or a CG, you will probably need at least 3 positive mound visits.
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