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MVP Baseball 2004 Cheats
|ON OTHER PLATFORMS: PC, Xbox, GameCube|
publisher: EA Sports
developer: EA Sports
|ESRB rating: E
release date: Mar 09, 04
|» All About MVP Baseball 2004 on ActionTrip|
Unlock Classic Stadiums
Stadium Location Description MVP Points Needed
Crosley Field Cincinatti, OH Home of the Reds, 1912-1970 = 2500 Points
Astrodome Houston, TX Home of the Astros, 1965-1999 = 2500 Points
Tiger Stadium Detroit, MI Home of the Tigers, 1912-1999 = 3000 Points
Griffith Stadium Washington, DC Home of the Senators, 1903-1961 = 3000 Points
Shibe Park Philadelphia, PN Home of the Athletics, 1909-1954 = 4000 Points
Sportman's Park St. Louis, MO Home of the Cardinals, 1920-1966 = 4000 Points
Polo Grounds New York, NY Home of the Giants, 1911-1957 = 5000 Points
Forbes Field Pittsburgh, PA Home of the Pirates, 1909-1970 = 5000 Points
Unlock Legendary Players
Hal Newhouser Tigers 1939-1955 = 2500 Points
Robin Roberts Phillies 1948-1966 = 2500 Points
Richie Ashburn Phillies 1948-1962 = 2500 Points
Ralph Kiner Pirates 1946-1955 = 2500 Points
Bob Lemon Indians 1941-1958 = 3000 Points
Phil Rizzuto Yankees 1941-1956 = 3000 Points
Hoyt Wilhelm Giants/Orioles/Red Sox 1952-1972 = 3000 Points
Larry Doby Indians 1947-1959 = 3000 Points
Mel Ott Giants 1926-1947 = 3500 Points
Brooks Robinson Orioles 1955-1977 = 3500 Points
Rollie Fingers Athletics/Padres/Brewers 1968-1985 = 3500 Points
Juan Marichal Giants 1960-1975 = 3500 Points
Gaylord Perry Giants/Indians 1962-1983 = 3500 Points
Tom Seaver Mets/Reds 1967-1986 = 4000 Points
Jim Palmer Orioles 1965-1984 = 4000 Points
Joe Morgan Astros/Reds 1963-1984 = 4000 Points
Pee Wee Reese Dodgers 1940-1958 = 3500 Points
Bob Feller Indians 1936-1956 = 3500 Points
Whitey Ford Yankees 1950-1967 = 3500 Points
Early Wynn Senators/Indians/White Sox 1939-1963 = 3500 Points
Eddie Mathews Braves 1952-1968 = 4000 Points
Warren Spahn Braves 1942-1965 = 4000 Points
Jimmie Foxx Athletics/Red Sox 1925-1945 = 4000 Points
Roy Campanella Dodgers 1948-1957 = 4500 Points
Lou Gehrig Yankees 1923-1939 = 4500 Points
Honus Wagner Pirates 1897-1917 = 4500 Points
Walter Johnson Senators 1907-1927 = 4500 Points
Cy Young Red Sox 1890-1911 = 4500 Points
Satchel Paige Indians/Browns/Athletics 1948-1953, 1965 = 4500 Points
Ty Cobb Tigers 1905-1928 = 5000 Points
Babe Ruth Red Sox/Yankees 1914-1935 = 5000 Points
Jackie Robinson Dodgers 1947-1956 = 5000 Points
Billy Williams Cubs 1959-1976 = 2500 Points
Al Kaline Tigers 1953-1974 = 2500 Points
Ferguson Jenkins Cubs/Rangers 1965-1983 = 2500 Points
Phil Niekro Braves 1964-1987 = 2500 Points
Lou Brock Cardinals 1961-1979 = 3000 Points
Catfish Hunter Athletics/Yankees 1965-1979 = 3000 Points
Luis Apraricio White Sox/Orioles 1956-1973 = 3000 Points
Harmon Killebrew Senators/Twins 1954-1975 = 3500 Points
Orlando Cepeda Giants/Cardinals 1958-1974 = 3500 Points
Rod Carew Twins/Angels 1967-1985 = 3500 Points
Willie Stargell Pirates 1962-1982 = 4000 Points
Mike Schmidt Phillies 1972-1989 = 4000 Points
Robin Yount Brewers 1974-1993 = 4000 Points
Willie McCovey Giants 1959-1980 = 4500 Points
Reggie Jackson Athletics/Yankees/Angels 1967-1987 = 4500 Points
Yogi Berra Yankees 1946-1965 = 4500 Points
Nolan Ryan Mets/Angels/Astros/Rangers 1966-1993 = 4500 Points
Bob Gibson Cardinals 1959-1975 = 4500 Points
Bat Breaking Player
Create a player with the name Erik Kiss (case sensitive). His bat is much thinner than normal, and will break at nearly every at bat.
Home Run King
Create a player with the name: keegan paterson. (case sensitive) he has an oversized bat that allows you to hit really far homers or really hard line drives everytime He can have horrible stats and still hit home runs every time.
Type "Erik Kiss" without the quotations in the created player section
Extra MVP points
(This must be done from the Play Now! Option)
In order to receive lots of MVP points, simply do this:
1) Begin the game on Rookie, preferable against a AA team.
2) Play through the game, making sure to get lots of hits, stolen bases, etc.
3) Make sure the starting pitcher completes the game.
4) When your opponent is down to their last out, go into game options and switch the difficulty to MVP.
5) Get the last guy out to get lots of MVP points.
Pitch every game in a season with one pitcher
To play every game with one pitcher play one game, then, before starting the next game, edit anything about the pitcher by going into Team Management -> Rosters -> Create/Edit Player -> Edit Player. Open that player's edit screen, edit him and save the changes by pressing Start. His stamina will be completely full.
Easy MVP Points
When playing a Home Run Showdown or Pitcher Showdown, start the game on the MVP difficulty setting. As soon as the game loads up, pause and change the difficulty to something easier to handle, like Rookie or Pro. Now when you beat the computer you'll get the MVP points for winning on the MVP level, four times the original amount.
MVP Point Limit
You can only hold 50,000 MVP points at a time. Once you reach that amount, spend them. Otherwise, any points you earn afterwards will not be given to you because you're full.
More Easy MVP Points
First, check your MVP Rewards Checklist. Many of the tasks require you to beat certain teams at their home fields. Start a game against any of these teams and choose MVP Difficulty for maximum points. As the game begins, pause the game and switch controller ports to be the team that you're supposed to beat. If they are batting, simply swing and miss every pitch, and you will get large amounts of points for a Perfect Game, No Hitter, Shutout, and Complete Game. That's a couple of thousand points right there. When this team is on the field, just lob fastballs over the heart of the plate, or intentionally walk the batters and serve up Grand Slams. You get tons of points for putting up large offensive numbers. Now the most important part. At the end of the game, it is imperative that you switch the controller port back to the original team that you selected in order to receive credit for the final results. Since you need to beat the home team, they will have the last at-bat. So in the last inning, take control of the home team and do the "Swing and Miss" trick. Then on the final strike, swing as soon as the pitcher releases the ball, then quickly pause the game and switch the controllers again. It will be as if you aquired all of the stats for the visiting team, and you will be rewarded heavily for your performance.
Simulate to Earn MVP Points
In Dynasty Mode you recieve MVP points periodically for accomplishments. Assemble a team you feel is good enough to simulate to the playoffs (hint: Yankees). Simulate the season up to the second to last game and then save the game. Once you have it saved, simulate the last game and move into the playoffs. Generally, you recieve anywhere between 5000-9000 MVP points for making the playoffs. Save the points onto your profile when prompted, and then exit the Dynasty mode without saving. Repeat the process and you'll notice that every time you simulate into the playoffs you're saving the points and not your progress. Do this about 20-25 times and you'll have enough points for all the rewards.
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