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 Post subject: MLB the Show 10
 Post Posted: Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:12 pm 
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Anyone getting this game on day 1?

I can't wait to bust out these "new Mariners." They could use a catcher and I'm excited that the newest edition to this year's Road to the Show is the catcher position with the ability to call games.

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I'm right there! I'm been playing 09 in anticipation, and I'm too excited for the new one.

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wish i had a ps3


Sad as it is, I actually bought the PS3 for MLB: The Show.

Well, that and for a cheap Blu-ray player.

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Just talked to some friend that ended up buying a PS3 just for Blu-Ray and Netflix Instant Streaming.

That aside, who else is gonna play RTTS? What position are you guys feeling?

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I'm probably gonna try RTTS with the new "call the game" catcher's mode, see if I can get a call up to the M's. I'll do a pitcher as always as well.
My RTTS guy this year is a 2nd baseman.

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Sorry for the double post, but apparently they have fixed online game play this year, which is a relief. it was so laggy last year that you couldn't even THINK about playing an online game. I hope that is true.

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MLBTS09 probably holds about 90% of my PS3 hours. Think I've spent more time in Franchise than RTTS. Been trying to turn my future home's team into something decent. (Gooo, Northwest Arkansas Naturals!)

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I'm going to be getting this soon (quite possibly tomorrow), but if any of you have reviews I'd love to hear them.

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I got it the minute gamestop opened. It's just as awesome as it always is presentation-wise. there have been a couple glitches, nothing deal breaking though. For some reason on my RTTS charactor Griffey was in AA though :(

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I actually prefer that. It never made sense to me that some random unproven rookie would start out his career on the 40-man roster.

I think the broadcast views are greatly improved. At first look it seems that the fielding has dramatically improved, as well. For instance, in my first franchise game with the Royals, I learned the hard way:

* If your middle infielders have weenie arms, don't lollygag around trying to turn two.

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I was right on the verge of wanting to start up a MLB Mariners thread, but damnit... I'm wanting to pull the Royals out of the toilet!


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I actually prefer that. It never made sense to me that some random unproven rookie would start out his career on the 40-man roster.



No I meant that Ken Griffey Jr was the starting left fielder for the AA team.

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Maybe they deemed that Griffey wasn't MLB worthy. Did you auto-arrange the rosters? A lot of times, the CPU will put guys all over the place based on their overall rating, rather than name.

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Huh. I had him as starting DH when I did a trial-run M's franchise.

I'm running with the Royal's, now. Gonna be my new local affiliate -- Parent club for the AA NWA Naturals. Living in San Antonio the past few years I've been stuck with the Padres.


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I'm a pretty big Mariners fan, so imagine my dismay when my RTTS guy was drafted by the Athletics!

Doesn't help that he is terrible. 3rd base is a rough position to field, and my guy does not do it well. Plays a decent 2nd base, his 2nd position, but I wish I had made it my primary. Only problem is, I'm hitting ~.200 with limited power and walks. My plate discipline is absolutely terrible (twice I swung at pitches that hit me, lol). It was about .270 to start, but I kept playing for about 10 hours straight and after a while my contacts dried up and my vision just went downhill.

I'm normally pretty solid at video games, and I can consistently beat my friends at Madden or NBA2k10, but I haven't figured out hitting in this game yet, I guess. Any strategies you all use? I try to approach the plate where I will only swing at the 1st pitch if I guess it correctly and can really hit it, but that clearly isn't working (or, at least, it's not sufficient).

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I did a reboot because I'm a perfectionist and had to go back with a few pics handy to make my dude look more like me (Sad). Ended up getting drafted by the Blue Jays. 2B with C/3B secondary, which pretty much sums up my real life non-pitching career. Playing spot duty utility guy for the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (How cool is THAT name?).

Finally came back down to earth in about six weeks into the season, and I'm hitting about .330. At one point I was hitting .556 and feeling pretty invincible.

Toughest thing to overcome was the same damn thing. I still swing at pitches that make me want to strangle myself. Especially when I hack at some out of the zone change up that makes my dude damn near fall down with his off-balance disadvantaged chimpanzee swing.

One AWESOME sequence... well, it's a bit sadistic... My dude was leading off, and the pitcher -nailed- me in the shoulder with the second pitch. Looked like I was getting ready to charge the mound for a minute. Tensions were high. Got around to score. Next at bat, I take the first pitch and LINE it directly up the middle and hit the pitcher in the face. It hit him in the face. It HIT him in the *$&#ing FACE. Coverage goes to the 'Show Motion' and shows it in all its super slow-mo horror. Dude is DONE for the day. Camera cut to my guy standing on first base giving a grin and shrug at the first base coach.

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Damn you, Kyle.

I'm on a hideous slump of death, now. Hitting in the .230 range and throwing simple tosses over the first baseman's head. I even did a Buckner.


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Heh. That's normal for me...

I let one go between my legs at 2nd yesterday. I also ruined a double play by overthrowing my SS, which would've been more acceptable if he hadn't been 10 feet away. I wish the fielding was a little better, at least make them better than your average HS player... Hitting is fun, though. Up to .250 with a lot of RBIs... my guy seems to do well in the clutch. So far I have 3 home runs. One was a solo-shot to tie the game in the 8th, one a two-run HR to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth with two outs, and another was a walkoff grand slam, bottom of the 10th.

Of course, my strikeout ratio is still 1 every 3.5 ABs, and I only have 3 walks or so. SLOWLY getting the points into contact-hitting, I figure I'll build that up quite a bit and then just use my hitting to get me more training points. My roommate and I have noticed that every character gets drafted by Oakland, at least at our house (3 characters in a row, all drafted by Oakland)

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Most common drafting team for me so far has been Baltimore. Damn Bowie Baysox.

Other than the one Buckner and occasional what-the-hell throw, my dude's fielding has been relatively solid. Think it helps that I've been pumping my reaction skill up a bit. I NEED to focus on clutch hitting. Guy's becoming a real choke hound. What?! Runners in scoring position and two outs? Hackhackhackhack.


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Meanwhile...

I decided to work myself back into the Current Trav Position and try some pitching. It's utterly pathetic, really, as I'm trying to keep things as True to Life as possible, so I'm sitting on an 83 mph fastball. However, I am a Junkball King, so I'm managing to hurl my way through AA (In my near future home! I was drafted to play for the Arkansas Travellers.).

0.00 ERA so far. I'll take it. Hitters are likely befuddled my my "fast"ball and have yet to get a bead on my mix of 12-6 and knuckle curveballs. Already added the circle change, and before long they shall face the wrath of the Trav Knuckleball and the worthless junkball circle shall be complete.


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There enough people here to bother with an online league?


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Im gonna get this game should have it in a week and a half or maybe 2

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Ok i officially bought this game on ebay 3-7 business days from canada travtex we need to exchange psn ids

Gonna start a franchise with mariners or mets maybe (my team is yankees but gets boring playing as them all the time)

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Created my son for RTTS. He's a catcher and was drafted by the Yankees. He's playing for the Trenton Thunder right now.

He plays sparingly, but the team has won all the games he's caught and the pitcher's ERA is well under 2.00 through his first 3 games where he's caught the entire game. Caught a shut-out (starting pitcher couldn't get the last guy out, let two guys on in the top of the 9th but the closer came in and got the final out).

The sad news is that he's currently 0 for 14 with 6 K's. But he does have 1 RBI on a ground-out.

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my team is yankees


You totally lost me, here.


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My RTTS Shortstop was drafted by the Blue Jays and I got a call up to play fully in my 3rd season. In that season I hit .340 with 29 HRs and 130 RBI.

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Oh, as for the online league, I'm intrigued but not committing, FWIW. I don't really know how online game leagues work. Never been in one.

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I'd be interested in a very casual league.

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I got traded in June. The bastards! Now, instead of playing for the Fisher Cats, I'm playing for the Rock Cats... Well, at least I'm starting, now. Drove the Horror Slump batting average up to around .210. First game for the Rock Cats against my former team, I hit my first home run. Screw them.


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You totally lost me, here.


LOL my team is the yankees in real life but i also like to follow the mets and mariners

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And traded again... I was called up to AAA for some injury coverage. Then I was traded to... Uh... The Lehigh Valley Ironpigs.

So, yeah.

I spent all of two unproductive at bats with the Ironpigs before getting dropped down to Reading. I then spend a few weeks with Reading only to get traded to the Seawolves, where I finished out the season at around .195. Horrid.

Starting off 2011 with Erie has gone pretty well. First week I'm .500 with a couple RBIs. Just happy to not be an Ironpig, I guess.


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I've been traded two times so far.

I started over at 3B (OF Secondary Position) and was just getting killed. Altered some settings and starting hitting above .200 without striking out every other at-bat. Right when I was getting respectable, the Royals traded me to the Astros (involving Lance Berkman). Was starting to really kill in AA and then I got traded again to the Twins organization (involving Joe Mauer, I know right...). After a short 10-game stint in AA and getting promoted to full-time starter at 3B, the Twins promoted to their AAA team. I am now playing spot duty at 3B and OF giving guys time off.

I have still only hit 1 HR... but damn did it feel good.

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My RTTS Shortstop was drafted by the Blue Jays and I got a call up to play fully in my 3rd season. In that season I hit .340 with 29 HRs and 130 RBI.

Hell yes.



Did you just sim a few seaons then

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my team is yankees


You totally lost me, here.


LOL my team is the yankees in real life but i also like to follow the mets and mariners


And here i thought you were a cool guy..

Seahawks - Cool
Rangers - Cool

Yankees? - Uncool
Chelsea? - Uncool

Thats two strikes man.

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Seahawks - Cool
Rangers - Cool

Yankees? - Uncool
Chelsea? - Uncool

Thats two strikes man.


Lets see how many strikes i get since we hit the topic lol

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Hawks (but wears other teams apparell too excluding steelers &Nfc west , gotta be honest but the majority of my gear is hawks stuff)
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Rangers

watching canadian teams

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yankees all the way
followed by mets and mariners mets cause i been to a game before and its the other half of ny baseball and mariners because of the seattle love

Smurf dont hate on me and if you do i warn you that i wont allow myself to be raped by you at fifa again :th2thumbs:

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just the 2 strikes man.


You're close...

and i can't believe a damn Yank beat a Scotsman at Fifa...by, what was it, 5-2?

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I had the more chances but couldnt finish and it was my first time playing in a whilke and ... dont know if you noticed but i want ultra offensive lol sowas easy for you to play the through ball

that was the first leg lol we will see the outcome of the 2nd my man :P

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So, Fielder Trav finally made it to the bigs. It took countless trades, a bunch of grinding in the minors, and a 'The Natural' type leg injury that dropped my Speed from 50-something to the low 30's that I still haven't come back from. In August of 2013, I was called up to the Washington Nationals. As a pinch hitter/utility guy I hit .264 with a couple RBI's, no homers, in 38 at bats.

At the beginning of 2014, I've just signed a 4 year, 1.8 million dollar contract with Washington to be a well-paid bench sitter. Starting out the season 0-2 in my pinch hitting duties, but an injury has me working as the Starting Catcher versus Left-Handed Pitchers for 1-6 days! Wooooo.


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So, Fielder Trav finally made it to the bigs. It took countless trades, a bunch of grinding in the minors, and a 'The Natural' type leg injury that dropped my Speed from 50-something to the low 30's that I still haven't come back from. In August of 2013, I was called up to the Washington Nationals. As a pinch hitter/utility guy I hit .264 with a couple RBI's, no homers, in 38 at bats.

At the beginning of 2014, I've just signed a 4 year, 1.8 million dollar contract with Washington to be a well-paid bench sitter. Starting out the season 0-2 in my pinch hitting duties, but an injury has me working as the Starting Catcher versus Left-Handed Pitchers for 1-6 days! Wooooo.



Dude you got me craving for this game , by the way when you do RTTS do you get too choose if you get drafted or can you pick a team ..or is it both.

Also can you tell me before you get drafted do you do a IQ test or something to let teams know what you are like ?

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You don't get an IQ test, but you can "choose" between (I think, I'm trusting my roommate on this) 3 teams when you start out or be drafted. I've made 2 players, my roommate 1, and all three get drafted by the Oakland Athletics, so something seems fishy.

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My RTTS Shortstop was drafted by the Blue Jays and I got a call up to play fully in my 3rd season. In that season I hit .340 with 29 HRs and 130 RBI.

Hell yes.



Did you just sim a few seaons then


Nope, I played every game, but I don't field or run the bases, so it goes quick.

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I just bat and field. Baserunning is for chumps... or guys that have like 35 SPD like my character.

Who wants to play an online game? Add me and send me a request "sammyc521."

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You don't get an IQ test, but you can "choose" between (I think, I'm trusting my roommate on this) 3 teams when you start out or be drafted. I've made 2 players, my roommate 1, and all three get drafted by the Oakland Athletics, so something seems fishy.


This doesn't sound right.

My version was either 'Enter Draft' or be drafted by 'Favorite Team' (One small annoyance I've found. If you want to play a franchise with your profile, it has to be your 'Favorite Team'. I'm planning to do a Mariners 'Chise thread because I just get that bored at times, but I have to change my 'Favorite Team' back in order to do so because I had it set as KC to play THEM, etc...)

Either way, I've been drafted by a few different teams depending on how I made the player. Not sure the draft matters -- Your first few years, you're 'Trade Bait'.


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Pretty much seems like you're just waiting to hit FA so you have a choice of where you'll play.

Has anyone demanded a trade?

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Pretty much seems like you're just waiting to hit FA so you have a choice of where you'll play.

Has anyone demanded a trade?



Im playing 08 till 10 arrives and today i demanded a trade and then was told im valuable to the team and wont be traded ...10 games later i was traded to the cubs !

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My RTTS Shortstop was drafted by the Blue Jays and I got a call up to play fully in my 3rd season. In that season I hit .340 with 29 HRs and 130 RBI.

Hell yes.



Did you just sim a few seaons then


Nope, I played every game, but I don't field or run the bases, so it goes quick.



In 08 can you do this and if so where do you go to do it

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Started RTTS and i got drafted by the orioles , im a SP but currently am the RP in the AA team

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Arrrrrgh.

I'm almost a month into my KC Franchise and just dropped a hair-puller to the Mariners.

Up 4-3 with men on 1st and 2nd in the top of the 9th. Hochevar pitched a pretty awesome game... 7 shutout innings to the 2 runs Felix gave up. He was tired and with the leadoff hitter rapping a solid into center field, I thought it'd be safer to go with Juan Cruz. Cruz blew it, and we had to scrabble back from 2-3.

Anyway, with two on and one out in the 9th. Soria gets his ground ball to short. Win!! No... wait. Yunieski Betancourt BOOTS the ball, safe all around. Next batter ropes one into the gap.

We did struggle back to push it into the 11th inning, but that was the game right there. Yuni, you bastard. I'm calling up Aviles.


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