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COMPLETE MAJOR LEAGUE PITCHING RECORD (LEAGUE LEADER IN ITAUCS.TIE»)

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3.29

86 REO SOX

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254

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87 REO SOX

36

281.2

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100

93

256

83

36

18

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2.97

88 RED SOX

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264

18

12

93

86

291

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35

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2.93

89 REO SOX

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253.1

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11

101

88

230

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3.13

90 REO SOX

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228.1

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6

59

49

209

54

31

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1.93

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Roger's 291 Strikeouts in 1988 is Red Sox' record.

It seems like just yesterday that you watched the baseball season come to an. end. You watched as the newest Champions of .the World celebrated in front of the TV cameras in their locker rQom. You've always wondered what it would be like to take part iq such a "special" moment. You*and ydur teammates...victorious...holding your- trophy high with prfde and satisfaction.

Well, here is your chance. Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball is the first game that actually puts you in the field withthe other players. You see the field from the perspective ofrthe players, not the fans. You are i/i the game, not watching it from the outside.

So, lace up your cleats, grab your mitt and take your position. This could be your season..:your chance to experience the feeling that you've always dreamed of. Playing'ball with the big boys like Roger Clemens...and winning.

Roger Clemens

After the Title Screen appearsrto reach the Player Selection Screen, press START. The UP and DOWN CON-' TROL PAD ARROWS move you betwee/i the 1 or 2 player options.

1, Player - yoq against,the computer 2 Player - you against a friend

After you have made your selectidn, press thfe A BUTTON or START.

Press the UP arid DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROWS to scroll through the two game options and the Passworckoption. ; . r > .; \ 7 v > ,

EXHIBITION One game against either the computer or another player.

REGULAR SEASON - You play three (3) games against,each.team in your division. Thus, a National Division season consists of 33 games as opposed .to 39 games for the American Division. If your team qualifies, / there will also be a best-of-7 game play-off, followéd by a best-of-7 game Championship Series. The Regular Season is played entirely against the , computet- '

After you have selected which type of game you want to play, press the A BUTTON ôr START to reach the Divisional Selection Screen.

PASSWORD - WhenpJsyirig seasonal play, a password consisting of letters<and numbers is displayed at the end of every game. Keep â record of every, password so you can restfme the season àt the next scheduled game.

To enter a password, use the UPand DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROWS to scroll through the alphabet and the numbers. Use the'LEFT and RIGHT CONTROL PAD ARROWS to move left and right along the password.. Once you have entered the correct password, press thé A BUTTON.

Use the LEFT and RIGHT CONTROL PAD ARROWS to move between the four divisions. When you have selected the division you want, press the A BUTTON, this will take you to the Team Selection Screen.

The American Division has the designated hitter rule in effect. In inter-divisional games, the rule applies only when the home team is from the American Division.

Use the LEFT and RIGHT CONTROL PAD ARROWS to move through the teams! To return to the Divisional'Selection Screen without choosing a tearo, press the B BUTTON. To select a team, press the A BUTTON. If' you are playing a T Player Exhibition game against the-tomputer, you must select the computer (earn in the same manner. If you are playing a 2 . * Player Exhibition game, the second player selects in the same manner. >

However, if you are playing Regular Season play, after Player 1 has selected a team, the schedule for that team appears on the screen. Use.

the LEFT and RIGHT CONTROL PAD ARROWS'to scroll between the-2 months of the schedule. "V- ~ •

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NOTE: Home games are shown in red and away games are in black.

For Regular.Season play, the computer will be whicheverteam is dictated by the schedule. £ - , After you have reviewed your schedule, press the A BUTTON to reach the Player 1 Pitching Roster Screen. V

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To move through the starting pitchers, use the UP and DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROWS. Press the A BUTTON to make your selectiort*

NOTE: During Regular Season play, starting pitchers must have 4 days rest between starts. Use the calendar to calculate the most efficient way to schedule your pitchers.

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To move through the names on the roster, use the UP and DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROWS.

• ' - " '' • \ To change the batting order, select the player to be repositioned and press the A BUTTON. Then select the player with whom the first player is to exchange places and press the A BUTTON again." To accept the line-up press the B BUTTON.-

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Except for close-ups'at the bases, the game is viewed from 2 different perspectives.

1- For pitching and hitting, the perspective is from behind thé catcher. '

2- For fielding, the perspective is from the field looking in toward home plate. (Though the specific view varies depending, uponwhere the ball js hit.)

The controls operate differently depending upon which of thé 2 perspectives is on the sdreen. NOTE: This is caHed "intuitive controls". You actually make believe that you are the player and the screen is showing you what you are looking at. As if you are in the game. If first base is to the left in your field of view, then it will be reached by pressing the LEFT CON- . TROL PAD ARROW... and so on.

Change up

Curveted (breaks to the right)

Curveball (breaks to the left)

To reposition the pitcher on the rubber prior to th£ pitch, use the LEFT and RIGHT CONTROL PAD ARROWS.«/ ' ¿V© J

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, use the CONTROL PAD ARROWS wfiile pressing, the A BUTTON:

To pick-off a base runner,-press the B BUTTON plus the CON* TROL PAD ARROW for the appropriate base:

Once th'e ball is hit, the game changes to the fielder's perspective! Which ' specific view of the infield, outfield, base or bases depends upotf where thexball»waéhit, ? . ; . . ;<

NOTE: Though the screen is seèn from the fielder's perspective, the radar display in the corner always shows the runner's positions as seen from thé batter's point of view. Home is at the bottom, 1st is atj the right, 2nd is at the top and 3rd is at the left. . " v '

TO MOVE YOUR FIELDERS-use the appropriate LEFT. RIGHT. UP or DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROW(S). To move diagonally, press in-between the arrowsv ~

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TO CATCH A BALL- use the control pad arrow(S) to maneuver your pjayer info position. You do this by following the shadow' of the ball. The shadow appears lighter when the ball is high off the ground and it darkens as the bail approaches the ground'. . * .

TO DIVE, FOR A BALL--press the b button plus the appropriate left or right control pad arrow.

MOVE DOWN

Once a ball is fieldecfcto throw if, press the A BUTTON plus the appropriate CONTROL PAD ARROW for the,base you w§nt the throw to go to:

LEFT -r Jst'base DOWfM - 2nd pase . ' ". •J : /

RIGHT - 3rd base' UP ~ homfe - •" sfggfc |ttjjfi

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TO RUN-WITH THE BALL-

whether to tag a base or a runner; press the appropriate LEFT, RIGHT, UP or DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROW for the direction you want to move. To move diagonally, press in-between the arrows. " '

(PITCHING^

The manager's CIip.Boar4 Screen can'be called up whether you are in the field, or up at bat. It will feature different options for each of these two' situ-. ations. To check on the status of your pitcher, relieve hinj, check the scoreboard or get some adyise from the "Rocket", press the SELECT BUTTON while your team is'out in the field. ' V

Use the UP and DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROWS to scroll through the options. Wfien you have selected the option of your choice, press tFie A BUTTON.

PITCHER STATUS - This tells you the speed of your pitcher's last fastbalf, as well as the total number.of pitches he has thrown so*far. To return to the Clip Board Screen, press the A BUTTON again.

RELIEF PITCHER - After you have called up the pitching roster, use the UP and,DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROWS to scroll'through the relief pitchers. % . " ' ' . -'Y -

Tq return to the Clip Board Screen without making a pitching change, pjess the B BUTTON. To make a pitching change. scroll down to the pitcher you want to choose and press the A BUTTON.. Then EXITtfrom* the .Clip Board by-scrolling down to EXIT and pressing the A BUTTON.

CHECK SCOREBOARD - To check out the line score» press the^ A BUTTON. To return to the Clip Board Screen, press the A BUTTON again.

ASK THE ROCKET-Toget some strategic advise from Roger . Clemens, press the A BUTTON. To% return to the Clip Board Screen, press "the A BUTTON-agaiiT.

EXIT- To return to the game, press the A BUTTON.

PITCtlER STAlljS RELIEF PITCHER CHECK SCOREBOARD ASK THE ROCKET EXIT

PITCtlER STAlljS RELIEF PITCHER CHECK SCOREBOARD ASK THE ROCKET EXIT

SELECT START

TO POSITION tHE BATTER- press the left/right, up oc

DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROW.

TO SWING-, press the A BUtTON.

TO BUNT* tap the A BUTTOfti.

NOTE: You can direct your bunt by pressing the4_EFT or RIGHT CONTROL PAD ARROW while you,are attempting a bunt.

BUNT(TAP)

TO RUN THE BASES- or to steal a 'base,-pfess.the B BUTTON plus the appropriate CONTROL PAD- ARROW for the base you wish to advance to. • ** *B • s B i'J

TO RETURN TO A BASE- press the A'BUTTON plus the appro priate CONTROL PAD ARflOyV for the base you want him to return to.

TO STOR BETWEEN BASES- press the A BUTTONplus the DOWN CONTROL PAD ARROW. /' ; > . / •

RIGHT-1st:base UP-2nd base

NOTE: Regardless of the fielder's point of view, the radar screen always displays the position of the base runners from the batter's point of view. '., / ' " -

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