Step up to the plate and master the true art of hitting with MVP Baseball 2004. An all-new hitting model allows for complete user control over all swing types as well as signature cuts from the game's best sluggers.
MVP Baseball 2004 is a Sports/Baseball video game for PlayStation 2 published by EA Sports on March 10, 2004. It's rated Everyone by the ESRB and 27 of our users have voted it 3.6 out of 5 stars.
Create a player named MVP, then save your rosters. This unlocks the 1986 California Angels Jerseys
Create a playere at the Roster Managment screen and make his name "Jacob Paterson". Once he is in your lineup, he can hit homeruns up to 700 feet or towering homeruns and line drives.
Create a player and enter "Erik Kiss" as a name. Every time he swings he will break his bat and send a little dribbler to the pitcher for a sure out. Also, you cannot bunt with him; it will just go foul.
Create a player with the name Erik Kiss (case sensitive), and he will have a thinner bat, which is easier to break.
In case you haven't already noticed Barry Bonds isn't in the game but a person similar to him, Jon Dowd, is. The thing is, Jon Dowd IS Barry Bonds, and you can change it so he actually seams like it. Go to edit player and change his name to Barry Bonds, number to 25, bats left, throws left and face to whatever you feel likes Barry Bonds.
When playing Dynasty Mode in the beginning of the settings, select Draft-"Yes" and make it so you make the order. Make your team the first pick and simulate the draft so you don't have to do all the work. When you simulate it's always a different player picked first, like Pujols or Beltran.
Go to Edit/Creat Player. Select Edit player. Go to the disired players team and select the player you would like to trade for. Change his stats, making him a very bad player. Then go to trade players. Trade your worst player for the Edited player. Then go back to Edit/Creat Player and make the player you traded for as good as he was, or better.
The following bonuses can be unlocked with the indicated number of MVP points: Stadiums Crosley Field: 2500 Astrodome: 2500 Tiger Stadium: 3000 Griffith Stadium: 3000 Shibe Park Stadium: 4000 Sportman's Park: 4000 The Polo Grounds: 5000 Forbes Field: 5000 Throwback jerseys Anaheim Angels 1986: 250 Atlanta Braves 1974: 500 Baltimore Orioles 1971: 500 Boston Red Sox 1903: 1000 Brooklyn Dodgers 1941: 750 Chicago Cubs 1954: 750 Chicago White (Black) Sox 1919: 1000 Chicago White Sox 1983: 350 Cincinatti Reds 1970: 500 Cleveland Indians 1975: 500 Detroit Tigers 1906: 750 Houston Astros 1986: 250 Kansas City Royals 1985: 250 Milwaukee Brewers 1982: 250 Minnesota Twins 1977: 500 Montreal Expos 1981: 350 New York Giants 1954: 750 New York Mets 1986: 350 New York Yankees 1927: 1000 Oakland Athletics 1972: 500 Philadelphia Athletics 1921: 1000 Philadelphia Phillies 1980: 500 Pittsburgh Pirates 1916: 750 Pittsburgh Pirates 1979: 500 San Diego Padres 1984: 350 Seattle Mariners 1981: 350 St. Louis Cardinals 1934: 750 Texas Rangers 1976: 500 Toronto Blue Jays 1992: 250 Washington Senators 1913: 1000 Players Al Kaline: 2500 Babe Ruth: 5000 Billy Williams: 2500 Bob Feller: 3500 Bob Gibson: 4500 Bob Lemon: 3000 Brooks Robinson: 3500 Catfish Hunter: 3000 Cy Young: 4500 Early Wynn: 3500 Eddie Mathews: 4000 Ferguson Jenkins: 2500 Gaylord Perry: 3500 Hal Newhouser: 2500 Harmon Killebrew: 3500 Honus Wagner: 4500 Hoyt Wilhelm: 3000 Jackie Robinson: 5000 Jim Palmer: 4000 Jimmie Foxx: 4000 Joe Morgan: 4000 Juan Marichal: 3500 Larry Doby: 3000 Lou Brock: 3000 Lou Gehrig: 4500 Luis Apraricio: 3000 Mel Ott: 3500 Mike Schmidt: 4000 Nolan Ryan: 4500 Orlando Cepeda: 3500 Pee Wee Reese: 3500 Phil Niekro: 2500 Phil Rizzuto: 3000 Ralph Kiner: 2500 Reggie Jackson: 4500 Richie Ashburn: 2500 Robin Roberts: 2500 Robin Yount: 4000 Rod Carew: 3500 Rollie Fingers: 3500 Roy Campanella: 4500 Satchel Paige: 4500 Sparky Anderson: 4500 Tom Seaver: 4000 Tommy Lasorda: 4500 Ty Cobb: 5000 Walter Johnson: 4500 Warren Spahn: 4000 Whitey Ford: 3500 Willie McCovey: 4500 Willie Stargell: 4000 Yogi Berra: 4500
After completing various goals, you will get a message stating that you have earned MVP Points. Enter the "MVP Rewards Checklist" screen in "My MVP" to check how many points you have earned, and how many are needed to unlock the various bonuses. You will earn twice as many MVP Points on the Pro difficulty setting, three times as many on the All-Star difficulty setting, and four times as many on the MVP difficulty setting. Also, MVP points are not awarded when games are simulated. The classic players that are unlocked will begin at age 30 and will age and retire like other players.
To get any player on your team in dynasty mode, create an outfielder with the best stats. Sign him as cheap as you can for one year. You can trade him for any player (for example A-Rod, Mark Prior, etc.)
Go to "Edit Player" and select Jon Dowd of the San Francisco Giants. Change his number and name to Barry Bonds #25. His name will be annoucned when he comes to the plate for San Francisco, and all of his statistics are already in the game as "Jon Dowd".
Create a player with all desired information. Leave his attributes exactly as is. Then, go to "Free Agents". Sign that player to a long cheap contract. Then, go to create/edit again and change the player's attributes to make him perfect.
Reach a desired level of MVP points to spend on a player, stadium, or throwback jersey. Use them to unlock a bonus, then save your roster. Do not save your profile. Instead, reload your profile. Your MVP points will be at their pre- purchase amount. Use them to continue buying as many other bonuses as desired. Select dynasty mode and choose the Yankees. Turn off injuries, trades, rain outs, and budget. Set the difficulty on MVP. Simulate to the last game of each month. On that game, choose to simulate it (not quick sim; choose "Play" then "Sim"). Stop the simulation at the top of the ninth inning and choose to manage the remainder of the game. Do this for every month for the rest of the season. When the season ends, and you see "Advance To Playoffs", save the dynasty. Then, choose "Advance To Playoffs". Each time it will show your points earned.(about 13,000 to 17,000). Do not save after this. Exit dynasty mode, then keep re- entering and choosing "Advance To Playoffs". Each time you do this, you will get that same MVP point amount put into your profile. Note: This trick requires multiple memory cards. Once you reach the desired amount of MVP points (5,000 recommend), save your profile to multiple memory cards. You may now choose an unlockable for each profile. You will have as many MVP points on each one as you did at the start. You can use these points to unlock whatever you desire. Note: If you unlock a player, immediately go to "Team Management" then to "Free Agents". The player should be on the list. Assign him to whatever team you want (you do not have to sign him). Do this with each profile. When you are done, you can start a dynasty and all players will be on the teams you assigned them to. Start a dynasty with a team that can make the playoffs (for example, the Yankees). Simulate all the way to the last series, then save the dynasty. Then, simulate to the playoffs then advance to the playoffs. Save your profile (not dynasty). Exit the dynasty and you should have between 5,000 to 10,000 MVP points. Do the same thing as many times as desired to unlock everything.
For more MVP points go to pitcher showdown and pick whomever you want, put difficulty on MVP mode, and when you get to the game go to options and put it back on rookie mode. When you win you will get the same number of MVP points for playing on MVP mode.
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