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               FAQ Author: Eduardo Varela
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                           Histoy of this FAQ

 OCTOBER 4, 1999
 ---------------

 Started this document. Soon I will be uploading it to web. Remember that
 you can find the most updated version of this FAQ at gamefaqs.com because
 that's where this FAQ is mostly sent first. If you see other sites with
 this FAQ, mainly the top 3 on the top of this document, you may be looking
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 not contain updates, but rather some important dates on this FAQ.

 OCTOBER 10, 1999
 ----------------

 Today is the last update of this FAQ. I beleive I've done enough with this
 FAQ. The Pitchers Roster is now complete. Hope you like it because it took
 me a while to write it down. It's not really a comfortable job. I First
 thought of writing another FAQ for that but, I just decided to put it here
 I kinda felt different. I think this game is just getting old. Somehow is
 not fun anymore. I Think that now I'm going to start writing FAQs for new
 upcoming games. Maybe WCW Mayhem will be the next game I write a FAQ for.
 Also, just to let you know, I own both Triple PLay and MLB 2K games. And
 soon I'm getting WCW Mayhem, so spect a FAQ/Movelist pretty soon.

 NOVEMBER 19, 1999
 -----------------

 Oh my, when I thought I wasn't gonna update this FAQ anymore, I just keep
 on writing and writing. Today I.....

 - Changed interface
 - Updated a few minor glitches
 - Used a new Text Editor

 That's just about it I think. Soon I'll make this FAQ even bigger, more
 complete, and more user friendly. See you next update.





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			      TABLE OF CONTENT

                              - Intro
                              - Game Controls
                              - Pitchers Information
                              - Pitch Types
                                 *Curve
                                 *Sinker and Splitters
                                 *Fast Ball
                                 *Change
                                 *Slider
                                 *Knuckle
                                 *Screwgie
                              - Hints
                              - Pitchers Roster
                              - Gameshark Codes
                                 *PSX
                                 *N64
                              - Credits
                              - End of Document


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*                               Introduction                               *
*                                                                          *
* First thing you should do is buy this game. It will completely take all o*
* your free time. This FAQ has the sole purpose of explaining how to throw *
* 10+ K's per game and maybe even do a no hitter. Keep in mind that you nee*
* good pitchers to achieve this. This will be further explained below.     *
* Please read carefully the note below asit may concer you.                *
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                               Game Controls


Pitching
--------

Select pitch type - O, X, Square, or Triangle
Pitch ball - X
Adjust pitch location - D-Pad
Adjust view - SELECT button

When playing against the computer, vary your pitch type, location
and speed on every pitch to keep the batter guessing.

Also, hold the pitch button longer for more pitch speed. Be aware
that this will use up more of a pitcher's energy and stamina.

Pick Off:

After selecting a pitch, pick off base runners using the following

Pick off to 1st, 2nd, 3rd - O, Triangle, Square
Adjust infielders, outfielders - R1, R2


Fielding
--------

Move fielder - D-Pad
Jump/Throw to 2nd base - Triangle
Speed burst/Throw to 1st base - O
Dive/Throw Home - X
Change fielder (without ball)/Throw to 3rd base - Square
Special throws and catches - Press and hold L2
Throw from knees/Dive catch - In a dive, press base button
Rob a Home Run - When near the wall, press Triangle
Throw to cut-off man - R1

Total Control Fielding:

Press and hold L2 when a ground ball approaches a fielder.
Total Control Fielding will automatically cause your fielder
to make a special catch (e.g., bare-handed grab) and throw the
ball to the appropriate base.

Press O on:

defense for a burst of speed to get to the ball quickly.


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*                           ___________________                            *
*                           Pitcher Information                            *
*                                                                          *
*   Pitchers are a lot in MLB 2000, but after playing 30+ hours with the   *
*   game, only 3 Pitchers came out on top. Randy Johnson     *
*   comes on top, with Kevin Brown  behind him. This two do not   *
*   need to act tough. They ARE tough!                                     *
*                                                                          *
*   Randy Johnson can play up to 14.3 innings and still have enough energy *
*   left to strike out people. I have to say that Randy Johnson is the     *
*   toughest pitcher in the game. -                                        *
*                                                                          *
*   Kevin Brown has some interesting throws as he can do 3 types of sinkers*
*   3 types of sliders and a devastating fast ball combined with a circle  *
*   change that make him a dangerous pitcher in the hands of a master. -   *
*                                                                          *
*   Kerry Wood's best offense is his defense. His change up, curve ball and*
*   fast ball can keep opponents guessing when used down and in, inside the*
*   strikezone -                                                           *
*                                                                          *
*   Ron Villone has the most powerful arm in the game, so use it to your   *
*   advantage when throwing fast balls. Keep in mind that his split finger *
*   is the most difficult pitch to hit in the game. Use his change up down *
*   and in.-                                                               *
*                                                                          *
*   Matt Mantei's slider is the least breaking pitch in the game. This is  *
*   used to his advantage when making batter guess between a sinker and a  *
*   slider.                                                                *
*                                                                          *
*   You should never, ever choose David Wells...why? Because his slider    *
*   sucks, his change up is just another fat pitch, and his curve ball     *
*   doesn't break that much. At least his fast ball is good, but not good  *
*   enough. If you see anything, and I mean anything good on this guy at al*
*   drop me a note at mailto_xxx@gamespotmail.com and it will be fully     *
*   appreciated.                                                           *
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*                                ___________                               *
*                                 Pytch Types                              *
*                                                                          *
*                                                                          *
* So you want to know which pitch type works the best when on the mound    *
* huh? Well the best choice you can get is something that breaks. A        *
* breaking ball.                                                           *
*                                                                          *
*                                  CURVE                                   *
*                                                                          *
* The curve ball is very effective when throwing low on the strike zone.   *
* It will break at the last second out of the strike zone and batting      *
* cursor. Your opponent won't be able to hit the ball if he swings. This   *
* will drive your friends nuts when you apply this pitch. It is not wise   *
* to try and cheese the computer to death like this, since it knows when a *
* pitch is going to be a ball and not a strike.                            *
*                                                                          *
*                                                                          *
*                          SINKERS AND SPLITTERS                           *
*                                                                          *
* When throwing a split or a sinker, be sure to know that it is almost     *
* impossible to hit the ball with the batting cursor. Only the "Guess      *
* Pitch Type" option can help a batter when you throw this pitch (If you   *
* keep throwing low on the strike zone the "Guess Pitch Type" function     *
* won't work!! Hehehe).                                                    *
* NOTE ON BREAKING BALLS: It is not very ethic to just throw sinkers and   *
* split balls at your opponents. Throwing a few fast balls and change ups  *
* from time to time may also keep your opponent guessing even more. They   *
* will have a hard time making contact. If you keep throwing sinkers and   *
* splitters they just won't swing and you will walk the batter. I hate it  *
* when that happens. Also if you keep pitching low on the strike zone, 98% *
* of the time they will hit a lame rolling which your second baseman,      *
* shortstop or even the pitcher can catch for an easy out on first         *
* (Unless.........your first baseman happens to be McGwire who almost 90%  *
* of the times will drop the ball and get an error ).                      *
*                                                                          *
*                                 FAST BALL                                *
*                                                                          *
* Whenever you are throwing any breaking ball at certain spot, your        *
* opponent will start using the batting cursor below where you are         *
* throwing to try and "guess". Hit them with a rapid fast ball to catch    *
* them off "base". Another way of throwing fast balls is by throwing just  *
* a little bit below the strike zone, then press and hold R2 or R1 and up  *
* or down on the controller. This will cause the yellow box to appear      *
* higher or lower on the strikezone (depending on which button you used)   *
* causing the batter to place the batting cursor where you had set up the  *
* ball and then swing like a fool.                                         *
* NOTE: This may not work all the time. Also try and use pitchers with     *
* really fast heaters. (i.e. Randy Johnson who has a 101MP fast ball)      *
*                                                                          *
*                                  CHANGE                                  *
*                                                                          *
* This must not always be a fat pitch. The only thing you need to remember *
* about a change is that it works exactly like the fast ball, only slower. *
* The hitter will most likely swing and miss. After playing the game so    *
* much I noticed a certain trick to do with the change. After placing the  *
* pitch press and hold R2+Up on the controller.                            *
* The hitter will swing like a fool with the yellow box 'ABOVE' the        *
* batting cursor. This tactic worked for me everytime I used Kevin Brown   *
* and Ron Villone. (Not always with certain pitchers.)                     *
* Never, EVER try this with Curt Schilling.                                *
*                                                                          *
*                                  SLIDER                                  *
*                                                                          *
* It is very easy to guess the pitch type when you throw a slider          *
* so don't use it so much. If the hitter makes contact it will surely be   *
* a home run.                                                              *
* Pitch low on the strike zone just a little bit on the outside holding    *
* the X button for a faster throw. The trick here is to let go of the      *
* button just in time.                                                     *
* If done correctly the yellow box will appear on the lowest part of your  *
* screen way off the strike zone. Almost at the catcher's feet.            *
* The change up trick works here too! R2+up on the controller and the      *
* slider will appear above the batting cursor. Try pitching inside when    *
* using sliders and keep batters guessing between a slider or a            *
* sinker/split finger/ curve breaking ball.                                *
* NOTE ON SLIDERS: Hit the corners and a little bit low on the strike zone *
* like in fast balls and change ups.                                       *
* Maddux, Randy Johnson, Jeff Nelson, Matt Mantei, Kent Botenfield and     *
* other pitchers have NASTY sliders. I suggest you check them out.         *
*                                                                          *
*                                  KNUCKLER                                *
*                                                                          *
* This works just like the slider. You can use the same trick with the     *
* Slider here. Press and hold R2 or R1 and up or down on the controller.   *
* This will cause the yellow box to appear higher or lower on the strike   *
* zone (depending on which button you used) causing the batter to place    *
* the batting cursor where you had set up the ball and then swing like a   *
* fool.                                                                    *
* I have only seen 2 Pitchers in the game with a knucler and they are      *
* Tom Candiotti [Athletics], and Tim Wakefield [Red Sox]                   *
*                                                                          *
*                                 SCREWGIE                                 *
*                                                                          *
* The only way to get a pitcher with a screw ball is to create one with it *
* There isn't a pitcher in the game with this pitch type, so you'll have   *
* to create one to see how it reacts.                                      *
*                                                                          *
*                                                                          *
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*                                   __________                             *
*                                   Strategies                             *
*                                                                          *
*  Don't try to hit Home runs with normal base hit players. It is very     *
*  hard for them to hit home runs. Use Heavy hitters like Mo Vaughn,       *
*  McGwire, Sosa, Griffey, etc.....                                        *
*  You won't a lot of homeruns by Edgar Renteria, or any pitcher at all.   *
*  Also, shortstops are the least home run hitters in the game. Maybe Derek*
*  Jeter and Barry Larkin can hit a few, but otherwise don't spect a home  *
*  run from any shortstop.                                                 *
*                                                                          *
*  When the opposing team trys a bunt to move a runner to second base,     *
*  DON'T throw at second base! Instead get the easy out on first. It's way *
*  more safer.                                                             *
*                                                                          *
*  When your pitcher comes to the plate, use Bunt. It's the best a         *
*  pitcher can do. Don't try homeruns or doubles, go for a nice bunt. But, *
*  you can try and lob an infield hit over the shortstop's head by pressing*
*  down+X button when batting!                                             *
*                                                                          *
*  Don't try and hit homeruns all the time. You will fly out a lot.        *
*  Too many outs are wates this way. When you least expect it, the opponent*
*  makes an outfield hit and 2 runs score! That's frustating! However, when*
*  you do it, it looks great.                                              *
*                                                                          *
*  When using a lefty pitcher against a lefty batter, pitch down and in.   *
*  It's very hard to bat against a lefty batter if you are batting left.   *
*  That's one of the reasons why Randy Johnson is a hell of a pitcher.     *
*                                                                          *
*  If you get hit by a pitcher with 2 outs, nobody on base, what do you    *
*  do? You go ahead and STEAL the base!                                    *
*                                                                          *
*  When using pitchers like Pedro Martinez, try and pitch with the high    *
*  fastball, followed by a low change. When using Randy Johnson always use *
*  his slider! Or get yourself a pitcher with a nice sinker or splitter.   *
*                                                                          *
*  If you are losing in the scoreboard, and your pitchers steps up to the  *
*  plate, use a pinch hitter instead. Also if you get on base with a       *
*  Pitcher, use a pinch runner.                                            *
*                                                                          *
*  When you are about to substitute a pitcher, be sure to warm up the      *
*  releiver or closer pitcher you whish to use first. You may substitute   *
*  a starte with another starter when you really need to win a game! It    *
*  doesn't really matters!                                                 *
*                                                                          *
* Try and steal bases when the other team's pitcher throws a low pitch.    *
*                                                                          *
*                                                                          *
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                              Pitcher Roster

Pitchers with an - marked after their names means they are valuable
players. I did this roster because some people out there keep asking me
which pitchers are good and which not.


Yankees
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            SP - R Clemens
            SP - D Cone
            SP - A Pettitte
            SP - H Irabu
            SP - O Hernandez
            RP - R Mendoza
            RP - J Nelson
            RP - D Naulty
            RP - D Holmes
            CP - M Rivera


Padres
------

            SP - A Ashby
            SP - S Hitchcock
            SP - M Langston
            SP - W Williams
            SP - M Clement
            RP - D Wall
            RP - D Mieli
            RP - B Boehringer
            CP - T Hoffman
            CP - R Myers



Devil Rays
----------

            SP - R Arrojo
            SP - W Alvarez
            SP - T Saunders
            SP - D Spriner
            SP - J Santana
            RP - E Yan
            RP - D Carlson
            RP - A lopez
            RP - J Mecir
            CP - R Hernandez


Blue Jays
---------

            SP - D Wells
            SP - P Hentgen
            SP - C Carpenter
            SP - J Hamilton
            SP - K Escobar
            RP - G Lloyd
            RP - E Ludwick
            RP - P Quantrill
            RP - B Risley
            CP - D Plesac



White Sox
---------

            SP - J Navarro
            SP - J Baldwin
            SP - S Eyre
            SP - M Sirotka
            SP - J Parque
            RP - J Snyder
            RP - C Castillo
            RP - K Foulke
            RP - D Hall
            CP - B Simas



Indians
-------

            SP - C Nagy
            SP - D Gooden
            SP - J Wright
            SP - B Colon
            SP - D Burba
            RP - R Rincon
            RP - R Villone
            RP - P Assenmacher
            RP - P Shuey
            CP - M Jackson



Tigers
------

            SP - J Thompson
            SP - B Moehler
            SP - B Florie
            SP - W Blair
            SP - S Greisinger
            RP - D Bochtler
            RP - M Anderson
            RP - D Brocail
            RP - A Sager
            CP - T Jones



Royals
------

            SP - K Appier
            SP - J Rosado
            SP - G Rusch
            SP - H Pichardo
            SP - J Suppan
            RP - C Haney
            RP - S Service
            RP - B Bevil
            RP - J Pittsley
            CP - J Montgomery



Twins
-----

            SP - B Radke
            SP - E Milton
            SP - F Rodriguez
            SP - L Hawkins
            SP - D Serafini
            RP - H Carrasco
            RP - E Guardado
            RP - T Ritchie
            RP - M Trombley
            CP - R Aguilera



Angels
------

            SP - C Finley
            SP - K Hill
            SP - J Dickson
            SP - T Belcher
            SP - O Olivares
            RP - M Petrovsek
            RP - S Hasegawa
            RP - R DeLucia
            RP - S Sparks
            CP - T Percival



Athletics
---------

            SP - K Rogers
            SP - Tom Candiotti
            SP - J Haynes
            SP - M Oquist
            SP - B Stein
            RP - T Worrel
            RP - B Groom
            RP - D Jones
            RP - T Mathews
            CP - B Taylor



Mariners
--------

            SP - J Moyer
            SP - B Swift
            SP - K Cloude
            SP - J Fassero
            SP - B Henry
            RP - B Wells
            RP - B Ayala
            RP - G McCarthy
            RP - M Leiter
            CP - J Mesa



Rangers
-------

            SP - J Burkett
            SP - R Helling
            SP - A Sele
            SP - E Loaiza
            SP - M Clarck
            RP - T Fossas
            RP - E Gunderson
            RP - T Crabtree
            RP - D Patterson
            CP - J Wetteland



Braves
------

            SP - G Maddux
            SP - T Glavine
            SP - J Smoltz
            SP - K Millwood
            SP - M Remlinger
            RP - J Rocker
            RP - R Seanez
            RP - R Springer
            RP - B Chen
            CP - K Lightenberg



Marlins
-------

            SP - L Hernandez
            SP - A Fernandez
            SP - B Meadows
            SP - K Ojala
            SP - J Sanchez
            RP - B Edmonson
            RP - M Mantei
            RP - R Stanifer
            RP - V Darensbourg
            CP - A Alfonseca


Expos
-----

            SP - D Hermanson
            SP - M Thurman
            SP - J Vasquez
            SP - C Pavano
            SP - M Batista
            RP - S Bennett
            RP - R DeHart
            RP - M Valdes
            RP - A Telford
            CP - U Urbina



Mets
----

            SP - B Jones
            SP - M Yoshii
            SP - A Leiter
            SP - H Nomo
            SP - A Watson
            RP - B Clontz
            RP - O Henriquez
            RP - D Cook
            CP - A Benitez
            CP - J Franco



Phillies
--------

            SP - C Shilling
            SP - M Beech
            SP - C Loewer
            SP - T Green
            SP - M Grace
            RP - C Ogea
            RP - P Spoljaric
            RP - P Byrd
            RP - J Poole
            CP - J Brantley



Cubs
----

            SP - K Wood
            SP - K Tapani
            SP - J Gonzales
            SP - S Trachsel
            SP - J Lieber
            RP - S Sanders
            RP - T Adams
            RP - F Heredia
            RP - T Mulholland
            CP - R Beck



Reds
----

            SP - D Neagle
            SP - B Tomko
            SP - S Parris
            SP - P Harnisch
            SP - S Avery
            RP - D Reyes
            RP - J Hudek
            RP - S Belinda
            RP - G White
            CP - D Graves



Astros
------

            SP - M Hampton
            SP - S Reynolds
            SP - B Powell
            SP - J Lima
            SP - S Bergman
            RP - D Henry
            RP - J Powell
            RP - T Miller
            RP - X Hernandez
            CP - B Wagner



Brewers
-------

            SP - C Eldred
            SP - S Karl
            SP - S Woodward
            SP - D Weathers
            SP - J Abbott
            RP - E Plunk
            RP - M Myers
            RP - C Fox
            RP - J Mercedes
            CP - B Wickman



Pirates
-------

            SP - F Cordova
            SP - J Schmidt
            SP - C Peters
            SP - J Silva
            SP - P Shourek
            RP - J Tabaka
            RP - M Williams
            RP - J Christiansen
            CP - R Loiselle



Cardinals
---------

            SP - D Osborne
            SP - M Morris
            SP - A Benes
            SP - D Oliver
            SP - K Botenfield
            RP - K Mercker
            RP - S Radinsky
            RP - J Frascatore
            CP - J Acevedo
            CP - R Botallico



Diamondbacks
------------

            SP - R Johnson
            SP - T Sttlemyre
            SP - A Benes
            SP - B Anderson
            SP - O Daal
            RP - G Swindell
            RP - A Telemaco
            RP - C Sodowsky
            RP - F Castillo
            CP - G Olson



Rockies
-------

            SP - D Kile
            SP - P Astacio
            SP - J Wright
            SP - J Thomson
            SP - B Bohanon
            RP - B Jones
            RP - D Veres
            RP - C McElroy
            RP - K Ritz
            CP - J Dipoto



Dodgers
-------

            SP - K Brown
            SP - I Valdes
            SP - C Park
            SP - C Perez
            SP - D Dreifort
            RP - M Rojas
            RP - A Mills
            RP - G Cadaret
            RP - D Milicki
            CP - J Shaw



Giants
------

            SP - S Estes
            SP - K Rueter
            SP - M Gardner
            SP - D Darwin
            SP - O Fernandez
            RP - A Embree
            RP - J Tavarez
            RP - F Rodriguez
            RP - R Rodriguez
            CP - R Nen



Orioles
-------

            SP - M Mussina
            SP - S Erickson
            SP - D Drabek
            SP - S Kamieniecki
            SP - J Guzman
            RP - M Timlin
            RP - M Fetters
            RP - J Orosco
            RP - A Rhodes
            CP - H Slocumb


Red Sox
-------

            SP - P Martinez
            SP - B Saberhagen
            SP - P Rapp
            SP - T Wakefield
            SP - M Portugal
            RP - R Checo
            RP - R Garces
            RP - M Guthrie
            RP - J Wasdin
            CP - T Gordon

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                                 Gameshar Codes

              ______________________________________________
             |                                              |
             | J Joker Command           D009DA56 ????      |
             |                                              |
             | Home Team Score Modifier  3001D416 00??      |
             |                                              |
             | Away Team Score Modifier  3001D458 00??      |
             |                                              |
             | Home Team Hit Modifier    3001D417 00??      |
             |                                              |
             | Away Team Hit Modifier    8001D459 00??      |
             |                                              |
             | Infinite Creation Points  801E8B28 00FF      |
             | 801E8B2C 00FF                                |
             |                                              |
             | Infinite Strikes          800B8966 0000      |
             |                                              |
             | 1 Strike And You Are Out  D00B8966 0000      |
             | 800B8966 0002                                |
             |                                              |
             | 2 Strikes And You Are Out D00B8966 0000      |
             | 800B8966 0001                                |
             |                                              |
             | Infinite Balls            800B8968 0000      |
             |                                              |
             | 1 Ball And You Walk       D00B8968 0000      |
             | 800B8968 0003                                |
             |                                              |
             | 2 Balls And You Walk      D00B8968 0000      |
             | 800B8968 0002                                |
             |                                              |
             | 3 Balls And You Walk      D00B8968 0000      |
             | 800B8968 0001                                |
             |                                              |
             | Infinite Outs             800B8964 0000      |
             |                                              |
             | 1 Out And You Are Out     D00B8964 0000      |
             | 800B8964 0002                                |
             |                                              |
             | 2 Outs And You Are Out    D00B8964 0000      |
             | 800B8964 0002                                |
             |                                              |
             | 0 Outs, 0 Strikes & 3 Balls (Press L1 + L2)  |
             | D009DA56 0005                                |
             | 800B8964 0000                                |
             | D009DA56 0005                                | 
             | 800B8966 0000                                |
             | D009DA56 0005                                | 
             | 800B8968 0003                                |
             |                                              |
             | 2 Outs, 2 Strikes, & 0 Balls (Press R1 + R2) |
             | D009DA56 000A                                |
             | 800B8964 0002                                |
             | D009DA56 000A                                |
             | 800B8966 0002                                |
             | D009DA56 000A                                |
             | 800B8968 0000                                |
             |______________________________________________|


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                                  Credits

- Gamefaqs.com

- CJayC

- Al Amaloo

- 989 Sports

- GWD Editor

- MLB Players

- Jim Chamberlin for giving me the idea of using ASCII Art.

- Game Shark Codes Creator Club for Gameshark Codes.

- 989Sports.com

- Cheatcc.com

- About.com

- Avault.com

- ESPN Network

- FOX Network

- Mets & Braves for the best damn series I've seen! ('99 Playoffs)


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