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  1. View File RBI Baseball 3 - 2015 This ROM is an update of the “Spring Training” edition. The rosters have been updated, and I updated the ratings to incorporate the new formula I’ve been using for the historical ROMs.The ratings are based on 2014’s statistics with a few “grandfather” exceptions (Alex Rodriguez, Prince Fielder, CC Sabathia). These players are rated on expected stats as opposed to their actual stats. They are better than .000AVG/0HR, .247AVG/3HR, and 3W-4L/5.28ERA, respectively, due to injury and suspension. The most difficult decision was whether or not to include Yu Darvish on the Rangers, even as a #4 starter due to him being out for the entire year after undergoing Tommy John surgery. Ultimately, I omitted him from the roster. When playing, don’t be afraid to dig deep into the bench. Some teams started this year with a handful of starters on the disabled list. They are on the roster, but didn’t make the opening day starting lineup. Don’t be surprised to find a 20+HR/.300+AVG player on the bench. *UPDATE* This is a slight update over the original version of the ROM that I updated at the beginning of the season. I fixed Jason Hammel's name to read "J.Hammel" instead of "C.Hammel." Also, I cleaned up the "noise" from the opening screen so now it properly reads "2015 SEASON" instead of "2013 UPDATE." (Note: This ROM is not a roster update to incorporate trade deadline trades. The next roster update will be in the 2016 edition of the ROM.) Submitter Baron von Lector Submitted 11/30/2015 Category RBI Baseball
  2. View File RBI: 2016 World Series Celebrate the Chicago Cubs victory in the 2016 World Series with this ROM. I don't typically do end-of-season ROMS, so this is kind of a big deal! To commemorate the season, the title screen's color scheme has been changed to something a little more "Cubbish." The ROM contains all ten teams that qualified for the 2016 Major League Baseball playoffs, to include: Boston Red Sox Baltimore Orioles Toronto Blue Jays Cleveland Indians Texas Rangers Washington Nationals New York Mets Chicago Cubs Los Angeles Dodgers San Francisco Giants I based the player ratings based strictly on their 2016 performance. What this means is that, if a player had a down year in 2016, it will reflect on their in-game performance. I've provided two versions of the ROM. They both play identically to one another. The only difference between the two is how the players are named. The game only allows six characters per player name. Version A has the players listed in traditional RBI Baseball compressed form (i.e. Bumgarner is Bmgrnr, Kershaw is Kershw, Donaldson is Dnldsn) and Version B has the players listed in my traditional truncated form (Bumgarner is Bumgar, Kershaw is Kersha, Donaldson is Donald). On this note, I would appreciate some feedback as to which naming method everybody prefers for future ROM releases. Enjoy! Submitter Baron von Lector Submitted 11/04/2016 Category RBI Baseball  
  3. Version 1.0.0

    880 downloads

    Celebrate the Chicago Cubs victory in the 2016 World Series with this ROM. I don't typically do end-of-season ROMS, so this is kind of a big deal! To commemorate the season, the title screen's color scheme has been changed to something a little more "Cubbish." The ROM contains all ten teams that qualified for the 2016 Major League Baseball playoffs, to include: Boston Red Sox Baltimore Orioles Toronto Blue Jays Cleveland Indians Texas Rangers Washington Nationals New York Mets Chicago Cubs Los Angeles Dodgers San Francisco Giants I based the player ratings based strictly on their 2016 performance. What this means is that, if a player had a down year in 2016, it will reflect on their in-game performance. I've provided two versions of the ROM. They both play identically to one another. The only difference between the two is how the players are named. The game only allows six characters per player name. Version A has the players listed in traditional RBI Baseball compressed form (i.e. Bumgarner is Bmgrnr, Kershaw is Kershw, Donaldson is Dnldsn) and Version B has the players listed in my traditional truncated form (Bumgarner is Bumgar, Kershaw is Kersha, Donaldson is Donald). On this note, I would appreciate some feedback as to which naming method everybody prefers for future ROM releases. Enjoy!
  4. View File 30-Team 2015 RBI Baseball Using Knobbe's 30-team expanded RBI Baseball ROM, here is the 2015 edition of RBI Baseball. The statistics and lineups are based on the 2015 season. The players are listed on the team that they played on the most during the season (Cueto is a Red, Ackley is a Mariner, Price is a Tiger, etc.). Submitter Baron von Lector Submitted 12/30/2015 Category RBI Baseball
  5. View File RBI Baseball Calculator Putting my Visual Basic college classes to good use, I've created a calculator to help determine Batter ratings when putting together RBI Baseball ROMs. Using the data from the original RBI Baseball, I created a formula (seen here) to help determine Power and Contact ratings. The interface is simple. Enter a player's batting average. Enter a player's homeruns. Click Calculate. Keep in mind, this calculator is only for determining batting ratings. Running speed and pitching calculators will come, added to the batting calculator, at a later date. Submitter Baron von Lector Submitted 04/29/2016 Category Editors, Tools & Misc
  6. View File R.B.I. Baseball 2016 This is the Opening Day Edition of R.B.I. Baseball, the follow-up to the previously released R.B.I. Baseball: Spring Training Edition. All 30-teams are represented, featuring each team's Opening Day rosters (with a few minor "Editor's choice" changes). The ratings are determined using statistics from Baseball-Reference.com and my RBI Ratings formula. Enjoy! Submitter Baron von Lector Submitted 04/26/2016 Category RBI Baseball
  7. Version 1.0.0

    1,241 downloads

    This is the Opening Day Edition of R.B.I. Baseball, the follow-up to the previously released R.B.I. Baseball: Spring Training Edition. All 30-teams are represented, featuring each team's Opening Day rosters (with a few minor "Editor's choice" changes). The ratings are determined using statistics from Baseball-Reference.com and my RBI Ratings formula. Enjoy!
  8. View File RBI 1986 - 30 Teams This RBI Baseball ROM is based on the 1986 Major League Baseball season. http://www.baseball-reference.com/leagues/MLB/1986.shtml There are 30 teams, total. It contains all 26 MLB clubs, the American and National League All-Star teams, and two teams of Legends (featuring the likes of Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Bob Gibson, etc.). I based the player ratings on their statistics from the 1986 season. The Legends' ratings are based on their career averages, pro-rated over a 162-game season. Enjoy! Submitter Baron von Lector Submitted 04/01/2016 Category RBI Baseball
  9. Version 1.0.0

    380 downloads

    This RBI Baseball ROM is based on the 1986 Major League Baseball season. http://www.baseball-reference.com/leagues/MLB/1986.shtml There are 30 teams, total. It contains all 26 MLB clubs, the American and National League All-Star teams, and two teams of Legends (featuring the likes of Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Bob Gibson, etc.). I based the player ratings on their statistics from the 1986 season. The Legends' ratings are based on their career averages, pro-rated over a 162-game season. Enjoy!
  10. View File RBI 2016 - Spring Training Edition (30 Teams) Here is the Spring Training edition of my upcoming RBI Baseball 2016 ROM. All 30 Major League Baseball teams are featured, using TecmoTurd's expanded 30-team ROM and editor. Because this is the Spring Training edition, each team's starting lineup may not be 100% accurate. However, I used the projected depth charts on MLB.com, and a sampling of each team's 2015 starting lineups in order to determine the rosters, so it's pretty close. This is called the Spring Training edition, because in 2 weeks after Opening Day, I will be releasing the final version of RBI Baseball 2016 featuring Opening Day lineups. The Spring Training serves the purpose of getting you ready for the 2016 Major League Baseball season and also a preview of RBI Baseball 2016. To determine player ratings, I used my traditional formula based on linear regression (LINK HERE). Enjoy! NOTE: Because the Chicago White Sox do not want Adam LaRoche's son to play RBI Baseball 2016 in the clubhouse, he (Adam LaRoche) is not featured in this game. Submitter Baron von Lector Submitted 03/22/2016 Category RBI Baseball
  11. In my collection, I've created a large sampling of 10-team RBI Baseball ROMs. This morning, I've started converting the 10-team ROMs into 30-team ROMs, starting with the first year that I started following baseball religiously, 1986. There were only 26 teams at the time. To fill the final 4 spots, I will be adding AL and NL All-Star teams, as well as AL and NL Legends teams (featuring players like Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron). The Legends teams will vary from year to year in the sense that the teams must consist of players who were legends (and retired) at the time of the ROM. So, while Willie Mays might be featured as a legend on the 1986 ROM, he wouldn't be featured on as a legend on a 1966 ROM. I've attached a screenshot of the team-selection screen with all 26 regular teams, plus the 4 extra teams.
  12. Version 1.0.0

    343 downloads

    Here is the Spring Training edition of my upcoming RBI Baseball 2016 ROM. All 30 Major League Baseball teams are featured, using TecmoTurd's expanded 30-team ROM and editor. Because this is the Spring Training edition, each team's starting lineup may not be 100% accurate. However, I used the projected depth charts on MLB.com, and a sampling of each team's 2015 starting lineups in order to determine the rosters, so it's pretty close. This is called the Spring Training edition, because in 2 weeks after Opening Day, I will be releasing the final version of RBI Baseball 2016 featuring Opening Day lineups. The Spring Training serves the purpose of getting you ready for the 2016 Major League Baseball season and also a preview of RBI Baseball 2016. To determine player ratings, I used my traditional formula based on linear regression (LINK HERE). Enjoy! NOTE: Because the Chicago White Sox do not want Adam LaRoche's son to play RBI Baseball 2016 in the clubhouse, he (Adam LaRoche) is not featured in this game.
  13. Version 1.0.0

    321 downloads

    Using Knobbe's 30-team expanded RBI Baseball ROM, here is the 2015 edition of RBI Baseball. The statistics and lineups are based on the 2015 season. The players are listed on the team that they played on the most during the season (Cueto is a Red, Ackley is a Mariner, Price is a Tiger, etc.).
  14. View File RBI Baseball 2015 It's been a while since I last created an RBI Baseball ROM, but here's the 2015 edition of the 10-team ROM. It contains all ten teams that made the playoffs this year (St. Louis, Pittsburgh, LA Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, NY Mets, NY Yankees, Houston Astros, Kansas City Royals, Toronto Blue Jays, and the Texas Rangers), and accounts for trade-deadline transactions that were made (David Price to the Blue Jays, Johnny Cueto to the Royals, etc.). Enjoy! Submitter Baron von Lector Submitted 12/02/2015 Category RBI Baseball
  15. Version

    419 downloads

    It's been a while since I last created an RBI Baseball ROM, but here's the 2015 edition of the 10-team ROM. It contains all ten teams that made the playoffs this year (St. Louis, Pittsburgh, LA Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, NY Mets, NY Yankees, Houston Astros, Kansas City Royals, Toronto Blue Jays, and the Texas Rangers), and accounts for trade-deadline transactions that were made (David Price to the Blue Jays, Johnny Cueto to the Royals, etc.). Enjoy!
  16. Version 1.0.0

    256 downloads

    This ROM is an update of the “Spring Training” edition. The rosters have been updated, and I updated the ratings to incorporate the new formula I’ve been using for the historical ROMs.The ratings are based on 2014’s statistics with a few “grandfather” exceptions (Alex Rodriguez, Prince Fielder, CC Sabathia). These players are rated on expected stats as opposed to their actual stats. They are better than .000AVG/0HR, .247AVG/3HR, and 3W-4L/5.28ERA, respectively, due to injury and suspension. The most difficult decision was whether or not to include Yu Darvish on the Rangers, even as a #4 starter due to him being out for the entire year after undergoing Tommy John surgery. Ultimately, I omitted him from the roster. When playing, don’t be afraid to dig deep into the bench. Some teams started this year with a handful of starters on the disabled list. They are on the roster, but didn’t make the opening day starting lineup. Don’t be surprised to find a 20+HR/.300+AVG player on the bench. *UPDATE* This is a slight update over the original version of the ROM that I updated at the beginning of the season. I fixed Jason Hammel's name to read "J.Hammel" instead of "C.Hammel." Also, I cleaned up the "noise" from the opening screen so now it properly reads "2015 SEASON" instead of "2013 UPDATE." (Note: This ROM is not a roster update to incorporate trade deadline trades. The next roster update will be in the 2016 edition of the ROM.)
  17. Version

    111 downloads

    This is a special request RBI Baseball ROM based on the 2014 Atlantic League minor league baseball season (http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/league.cgi?id=d2e2946c). The teams included are the: York Revolution, Lancaster Barnstormers, Sugar Land Skeeters, Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, Somerset Patriots, Long Island Ducks, Camden Riversharks, and Bridgeport Bluefish. Because this is an 8-team league on a 10-team ROM, I’ve also included the Freedom Division All-Stars and the Liberty Division All-Stars.
  18. File Name: RBI Baseball 1871 - NAPBBP File Submitter: Baron von Lector File Submitted: 04 Aug 2015 File Category: NES This is a fun ROM. It is based on the 1871 National Association of Professional Base Ball Players’ season. This is the first year that professional organized baseball existed (only six years after the American Civil War ended). Every team in the league is included, plus one more. At the time, only nine teams existed (Philadelphia Athletics, Chicago White Stockings, Boston Red Stockings, Washington Olympics, New York Mutuals, Troy Haymakers, Ft. Wayne Kekiongas, Cleveland Forest Citys, and the Rockford Forest Citys). A 10th team, Brooklyn, was added to the game. This team was expected to join the league in 1871, but decided to remain as an amateur team. However, for the sake of this game, the Brooklyn Atlantics were added. Also, during this time players did not use gloves. This becomes evident when looking at the fielding statistics at the time and the Washington Olympics were to top fielding team at .850 (and the Fort Wayne Kekiongas the lowest with .803). This is accurately reflected in this game as the players field as if they have no gloves. Not sure why this happens, but I have frequently seen a player take a line-drive off the hand, drop it, and end up running off field in tears while his teammates recover the ball and continue the play. Luckily, the player is back on the field before the next pitch is thrown. Funny thing to watch. Don’t expect any dramatic power numbers in this ROM as there was a three-way tie between Levi Meyerle, Lip Pike, and Fred Treacey as league leader with four. However, the season was approximately 30 games long, so I took this into consideration when determining the player ratings. I based the ratings for each player on their career numbers pro-rated over a 162-game season. One last thing to note… Back in 1871, there were no pitching staffs. A team had a pitcher, and that was it. This is reflected in this game. Each team has a single pitcher with extremely high stamina so he is expected to last the entire game. If for some reason your pitcher is tiring, you can swap him out with a fresh version of himself. Click here to download this file
  19. Version

    293 downloads

    This is a fun ROM. It is based on the 1871 National Association of Professional Base Ball Players’ season. This is the first year that professional organized baseball existed (only six years after the American Civil War ended). Every team in the league is included, plus one more. At the time, only nine teams existed (Philadelphia Athletics, Chicago White Stockings, Boston Red Stockings, Washington Olympics, New York Mutuals, Troy Haymakers, Ft. Wayne Kekiongas, Cleveland Forest Citys, and the Rockford Forest Citys). A 10th team, Brooklyn, was added to the game. This team was expected to join the league in 1871, but decided to remain as an amateur team. However, for the sake of this game, the Brooklyn Atlantics were added. Also, during this time players did not use gloves. This becomes evident when looking at the fielding statistics at the time and the Washington Olympics were to top fielding team at .850 (and the Fort Wayne Kekiongas the lowest with .803). This is accurately reflected in this game as the players field as if they have no gloves. Not sure why this happens, but I have frequently seen a player take a line-drive off the hand, drop it, and end up running off field in tears while his teammates recover the ball and continue the play. Luckily, the player is back on the field before the next pitch is thrown. Funny thing to watch. Don’t expect any dramatic power numbers in this ROM as there was a three-way tie between Levi Meyerle, Lip Pike, and Fred Treacey as league leader with four. However, the season was approximately 30 games long, so I took this into consideration when determining the player ratings. I based the ratings for each player on their career numbers pro-rated over a 162-game season. One last thing to note… Back in 1871, there were no pitching staffs. A team had a pitcher, and that was it. This is reflected in this game. Each team has a single pitcher with extremely high stamina so he is expected to last the entire game. If for some reason your pitcher is tiring, you can swap him out with a fresh version of himself.