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New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby RevanFan » Tue Mar 06, 2012 2:00 pm

I am doing a franchise with the New York Yankees in MLB 2k11. The Yankees have an updated roster, but none of the other teams do (with MLB 2k12 out today, and knowing that I will eventually get it, I didn't see the need.) The Yankees are completely up to date, and I am starting in Spring Training. I am playing each game with the same lineups as the real life game (even though the schedule isn't the same, they play the same amount of games.) I have already played two games, so I will just post the stats from those games, the total stats so far, the current roster, and the injury report for my team.

I hope you enjoy.
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby RevanFan » Tue Mar 06, 2012 2:04 pm

Current roster and injury report (March 6, 2012)

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3B Alex Rodriguez - bruised back - 7-10 days
P Michael O'Connor - sprained wrist - 1-2 weeks
P David Aardsma - Tommy John surgery - 60-day DL
P Pedro Feliciano - torn rotator cuff - 60-day DL
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby RevanFan » Tue Mar 06, 2012 2:19 pm

Spring Training game 1: Philadelphia 4, New York Yankees 2

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Ivan Nova                     2 IP - 1 SO - 1 H - 0.00 ERA
(L, 0-1) David Phelps         2 IP - 2 SO - 3 H - 3 R - 3 ER - 2 HR - 13.50 ERA
Manny Banuelos                2 IP - 1 SO - 2 H - 0.00 ERA
Dellin Betances               1 IP - 1 H - 0.00 ERA
Cesar Cabral                  1 IP - 1 SO - 0.00 ERA
Michael O'Connor              1 IP - 1 SO - 2 H - 1 R - 1 ER - 1 HR - 9.00 ERA


LF Brett Gardner               3 AB - 3 H - 2 CS - 1.000 BA
**LF Chris Dickerson           1 AB - .000 BA
CF Curtis Granderson           2 AB - 2 SO - .000 BA
**CF DeWayne Wise              2 AB - .000 BA      
RF Nick Swisher                2 AB - 1 H - 1 2B - 1 R - .500 BA
**RF Cole Garner               2 AB - .000 BA
DH Raul Ibanez                 3 AB - 1 H - 1 R - 1 RBI - .333 BA
**DH Justin Maxwell            1 AB - .000 BA
1B Eric Chavez                 2 AB - .000 BA
**1B Jorge Vazquez             2 AB - 2 H - 1 2B - 1.000 BA
C Russell Martin               2 AB - 1 H - .500 BA
**C Gary Sanchez               2 AB - 1 SO - .000 BA
SS Eduardo Nunez               2 AB - 2 H - 1 CS - 1.000 BA
**SS Ramiro Pena               2 AB - .000 BA
2B Bill Hall                   2 AB - 1 RBI - .000 BA
**2B Corban Joseph             2 AB - .000 BA
3B Jayson Nix                  2 AB - 1 H - .500 BA
**3B Brandon Laird             1 AB - .000 BA
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby RevanFan » Tue Mar 06, 2012 2:30 pm

Spring Training game 2: New York Yankees 8, Philadelphia 4

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Freddy Garcia              2 IP - 4 H - 3 R - 3 ER - 1 HR - 13.50 ERA
D. J. Mitchell             2 IP - 1 H - 0.00 ERA
(W, 1-0) Boone Logan       1 IP - 1 H - 0.00 ERA
Cory Wade                  1 IP - 0.00 ERA
Clay Rapada                1 IP - 3 H - 1 R - 1 ER - 9.00 ERA
Kevin Whelan               1 IP - 1 SO - 1 H - 0.00 ERA
Chase Whitley              1 IP - 0.00 ERA


SS Derek Jeter             3 AB - 2 H - 1 2B - 2 R - .666 BA
**SS Doug Bernier          2 AB - 2 H - 1.000 BA
2B Robinson Cano           3 AB - 2 H - 1 HR - 1 R - 4 RBI - .666 BA
**2B David Adams           2 AB - .000 BA
3B Alex Rodriguez          3 AB - 2 H - 1 HR - 1 R - 2 RBI - .666 BA
**3B Corban Joseph         2 AB - 1 SO - .000 BA
1B Mark Teixeira           3 AB - .000 BA
**1B Jose Gil              2 AB - 1 H - .500 BA
LF Andruw Jones            3 AB - 2 H - 1 2B - 1 HR - 1 R - 1 RBI - 1 SO - .666 BA
**LF Colin Curtis          2 AB - 2 H - 1 2B - 1 RBI - 1.000 BA
C Francisco Cervelli       2 AB - .000 BA
**C JR Murphy              3 AB - .000 BA
RF Chris Dickerson         2 AB - .000 BA
**RF Zoilo Almonte         3 AB - 1 H - 1 2B - 2 SO - .333 BA
CF DeWayne Wise            3 AB - 1 H - 1 R - .200 BA
**CF Melky Mesa            1 AB - .000 BA
P Freddy Garcia            1 AB - 1 H - 1 R - 1.000 BA
**P D. J. Mitchell         1 AB - 1 SO - .000 BA
**PH Justin Maxwell        1 AB - .000 BA
**PH Jayson Nix            1 BB - .500 BA
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby RevanFan » Tue Mar 06, 2012 3:19 pm

Total stats after two Spring Training games

Making the stats look good inside the code tags takes too long, and there are too many stats, so will just upload the file for the total stats. Download the zip posted below, and read the text file inside for the stats.
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby Danchat » Tue Mar 06, 2012 4:05 pm

RevanFan wrote:I am doing a franchise with the New York Yankees in MLB 2k11. The Yankees have an updated roster, but none of the other teams do (with MLB 2k12 out today, and knowing that I will eventually get it, I didn't see the need.) The Yankees are completely up to date, and I am starting in Spring Training. I am playing each game with the same lineups as the real life game (even though the schedule isn't the same, they play the same amount of games.) I have already played two games, so I will just post the stats from those games, the total stats so far, the current roster, and the injury report for my team.

I hope you enjoy.

I would do a journal on a baseball team.......but the problem is MLB 2k08 is a really bad game (for PC). My version doesn't even have spring training. Are you playing the Xbox 360 or PS3 version, or is the newer version for PC just better? Plus (in MLB 2k08) there isn't even a 40-man roster, it's just the 25-man MLB roster, AAA, AA, A, etc.
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby NickyJ » Tue Mar 06, 2012 4:41 pm

Damn Yankees.... :P

I'm going to be watching for the Nationals! They may be an awful team, but you gotta have heart. :mrgreen:
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby RevanFan » Tue Mar 06, 2012 5:32 pm

Spring Training game 3: New York Yankees 4, Detroit Tigers 3

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Michael Pineda                2 IP - 2 H - 0.00 ERA
David Robertson               1 IP - 0.00 ERA
Cesar Cabral                  1 IP - 1 H - 0.00 ERA
(W, 1-0) Dan Burawa           1 IP - 2 H - 0.00 ERA
Adam Miller                   1 IP - 2 SO - 3 H - 3 R - 3 ER - 27.00 ERA
Juan Cedeno                   2 IP - 2 SO - 0.00 ERA
(S, 1) Ryan Pope              1 IP - 2 H - 0.00 ERA


LF Brett Gardner              3 AB - 1 H - .666 BA
**LF Zoilo Almonte            2 AB - 1 H - .400 BA
CF Curtis Granderson          3 AB - 3 H - 1 2B - 1 HR - 2 R - 1 RBI - .600 BA
**CF Melky Mesa               2 AB - 1 H - 1 SO - .333 BA
RF Nick Swisher               3 AB - 1 H - 1 2B - 1 R - 1 RBI - .400 BA
**RF Colin Curtis             2 AB - 2 SO - .500 BA
DH Raul Ibanez                3 AB - 1 H - 1 2B - 1 R - .333 BA
**DH Justin Maxwell           2 AB - 1 H - .250 BA
1B Eric Chavez                3 AB - 2 H - 1 RBI - .400 BA
**1B Brandon Laird            2 AB - 2 SO - .000 BA
C Russell Martin              3 AB - 2 SO - .200 BA
**C Gustavo Molina            1 AB - 1 H - 1.000 BA
SS Eduardo Nunez              2 AB - 1 H - .750 BA
**SS Ramiro Pena              2 AB - 1 H - 1 SO - .250 BA
3B Bill Hall                  3 AB - 1 SO - .000 BA
**3B Jorge Vazquez            1 AB - .666 BA
2B Jayson Nix                 2 AB - 1 SO - .250 BA
**2B Corban Joseph            2 AB - 2 SO - .000 BA


The game started off quickly for the Yankees, with two straight doubles from Granderson and Swisher, followed by Ibanez getting on base on an E7, which was immediately followed by a throwing error on the same play (by the same fielder), scoring Swisher and giving the Yankees an early 2-0 lead. The Tigers didn't have the same luck in the first, getting two hits off of Michael Pineda, but no runs. The second inning went by very quickly, with both sides going down 1-2-3. The third inning had Gardner get a lead off hit, but try to stretch it and get caught in a rundown. He was followed by Curtis Granderson, who hit the ball so hard, it landed in the river. 3-0 Yankees. Swisher flew out, and Ibanez doubled. After the Ibanez double, Chavez lined one right past the pitcher, hitting it perfectly for an RBI single. 4-0 Yankees. Martin then struck out swinging, ending the inning for the Yankees. For the bottom half of the inning, the Yankees brought in 2011 breakout setup man Dave Robertson. He, as usual, led a very quick 1-2-3 inning, throwing only 7 pitches. The game then started to go by quickly. In the top of the fifth, the Yankees had two runners on, but didn't score. The game got pretty dull until the bottom of the sixth, when Adam Miller came in to pitch. He gave up 3 runs quickly, and just barely regained enough composure to finish the inning. 4-3 Yankees. Nothing else really happened until the bottom of the ninth. 4-3, Yankees in the lead, Ryan Pope came on to pitch, and he gave up two quick singles. Adam Warren started warming up, and Joe Girardi came out to have a chat with Pope. After a pep talk from the coach, Pope retired three straight, and the Yankees won. Granderson was the player of the game, going 3-3 with a homer and a double. Pope came away with the save, with Dan Burawa getting the win.

The Bronx Bombers are now 2-1 in Spring Training.
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby RevanFan » Tue Mar 06, 2012 5:34 pm

Danchat wrote:
RevanFan wrote:I am doing a franchise with the New York Yankees in MLB 2k11. The Yankees have an updated roster, but none of the other teams do (with MLB 2k12 out today, and knowing that I will eventually get it, I didn't see the need.) The Yankees are completely up to date, and I am starting in Spring Training. I am playing each game with the same lineups as the real life game (even though the schedule isn't the same, they play the same amount of games.) I have already played two games, so I will just post the stats from those games, the total stats so far, the current roster, and the injury report for my team.

I hope you enjoy.

I would do a journal on a baseball team.......but the problem is MLB 2k08 is a really bad game (for PC). My version doesn't even have spring training. Are you playing the Xbox 360 or PS3 version, or is the newer version for PC just better? Plus (in MLB 2k08) there isn't even a 40-man roster, it's just the 25-man MLB roster, AAA, AA, A, etc.

MLB 2k11 for PC is very good, with 40-man rosters, full Spring Training, and it allows you to play every game of the MLB, AAA, and AA seasons. MLB 2k12, which came out today, is supposed to be even better, with better gameplay and catcher animations.
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Re: New York Yankees: Quest for 28

Postby Danchat » Tue Mar 06, 2012 8:17 pm

RevanFan wrote:
Danchat wrote:
RevanFan wrote:I am doing a franchise with the New York Yankees in MLB 2k11. The Yankees have an updated roster, but none of the other teams do (with MLB 2k12 out today, and knowing that I will eventually get it, I didn't see the need.) The Yankees are completely up to date, and I am starting in Spring Training. I am playing each game with the same lineups as the real life game (even though the schedule isn't the same, they play the same amount of games.) I have already played two games, so I will just post the stats from those games, the total stats so far, the current roster, and the injury report for my team.

I hope you enjoy.

I would do a journal on a baseball team.......but the problem is MLB 2k08 is a really bad game (for PC). My version doesn't even have spring training. Are you playing the Xbox 360 or PS3 version, or is the newer version for PC just better? Plus (in MLB 2k08) there isn't even a 40-man roster, it's just the 25-man MLB roster, AAA, AA, A, etc.

MLB 2k11 for PC is very good, with 40-man rosters, full Spring Training, and it allows you to play every game of the MLB, AAA, and AA seasons. MLB 2k12, which came out today, is supposed to be even better, with better gameplay and catcher animations.

That sounds good....maybe I will get it. I like that idea.... :D
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