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Happy Friday!

 

This is the 3rd seasonal release of Ken Griffey Presents: Major League Baseball 2017.  If you enjoyed 2015 and 2016, you'll love 2017!

 

The game-play and everything else carries over from the previous versions.  There is one major difference from the previous versions: the Homerun Derby.  In 2015, the Derby retained the original participants (Nick Noheart, Can O'Corn, etc).  In 2016, these were replaced with baseball legends like Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth.  In 2017, these have been replaced by the participants in last season's MLB Homerun Contest (Giancarlo Stanton, Adam Duvall, Corey Seager, Mark Trumbo, and Todd Frazier).

 

Also, I did change up a few of my formulas to (hopefully) closer represent their respective players, namely pitcher speed and control.

 

Enjoy!


 

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Sent you a message as well, but I love this game- the only thing is I am wondering if one is in the works for the 2011 roster.  Any chance you could be inspired to release that?

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