MVP Baseball 2004 Cheats - PlayStation 2
Primary Collection of Cheats
Select the "Create A Player" option. Create a
player named "erik kiss" (case-sensitive). The player will
have a skinny bat that will break every time and send a little
dribbler to the pitcher for a sure out. Also, you cannot bunt
with him; it will just go foul.
Select the "Create A Player" option. Create a
player named "keegan paterson", "jacob paterson", or
"isaiah paterson" (case-sensitive). The player will have
a very large bat. He will hit a home run or a hard line drive
every time you make contact, no matter what his stats.
No CAP arm or leg restrictions
Select the "Create A Player" option. Create
a player named "kenny lee" (case-sensitive) to change the
size of a created player's arms or legs as much as desired.
Move EA Trax window
To move the EA Trax window around the screen, move
the Right Analog-stick when the white song introduction
Unlimited MVP points
Reach a desired level of MVP points to spend on a player,
stadium, or throwback jersey. Use them to unlock a bonus, then
save your roster. Do not save your profile. Instead, reload your
profile. Your MVP points will be at their pre-purchase amount.
Use them to continue buying as many other bonuses as desired.
Select dynasty mode and choose the Yankees. Turn off injuries,
trades, rain outs, and budget. Set the difficulty on MVP. Simulate
to the last game of each month. On that game, choose to simulate
it (not quick sim; choose "Play" then "Sim").
Stop the simulation at the top of the ninth inning and choose
to manage the remainder of the game. Do this for every month for
the rest of the season. When the season ends, and you see "Advance
To Playoffs", save the dynasty. Then, choose "Advance
To Playoffs". Each time it will show your points earned.(about
13,000 to 17,000). Do not save after this. Exit dynasty mode,
then keep re-entering and choosing "Advance To Playoffs".
Each time you do this, you will get that same MVP point amount
put into your profile.
Note: This trick requires multiple memory cards. Once you reach
the desired amount of MVP points (5,000 recommend), save your
profile to multiple memory cards. You may now choose an unlockable
for each profile. You will have as many MVP points on each one
as you did at the start. You can use these points to unlock whatever
you desire. Note: If you unlock a player, immediately go to "Team
Management" then to "Free Agents". The player should
be on the list. Assign him to whatever team you want (you do not
have to sign him). Do this with each profile. When you are done,
you can start a dynasty and all players will be on the teams you
assigned them to.
Start a dynasty with a team that can make the playoffs (for example,
the Yankees). Simulate all the way to the last series, then save
the dynasty. Then, simulate to the playoffs then advance to the
playoffs. Save your profile (not dynasty). Exit the dynasty and
you should have between 5,000 to 10,000 MVP points. Do the same
thing as many times as desired to unlock everything.
Enter a Home Run Showdown or a Pitcher Showdown. Select the opponent
that you are supposed to defeat for points, and set their difficulty
on MVP. As soon as the game loads, go into "Game Options"
and switch the difficulty to any desired setting. As soon as you
defeat the player, you will receive 200 MVP points (which is how
many you normally get for playing under the MVP difficulty level).
This also works for your dynasty as you go game by game.
Start a franchise then simulate the whole season. Pick a good
team for more points (Giants, Yankees, Marlins, etc.). You should
get about 7,000 or 8,000 points, and more if you make the playoffs.
First, start a dynasty and choose any team. Turn off all the trade
rules and the budget. Then, go to trade players and trade away
all the bad players for the best players for all three of your
teams so they will all win. Do not forget to get the good players
out of the free agents. Sim all the way to the end of the season.
At the end you should have about 13,000 to 15,000 points. Then,
continue through the playoffs. If your teams win every series,
you should get about 900 more points. Continue to do this as many
times as desired, and you should get about the same amount every
After completing various goals, you will get a message
stating that you have earned MVP Points. Enter the "MVP Rewards
Checklist" screen in "My MVP" to check how many
points you have earned, and how many are needed to unlock the
various bonuses. You will earn twice as many MVP Points under
the Pro difficulty setting, three times as many under the All-Star
difficulty setting, and four times as many under the MVP difficulty
setting. Also, MVP points are not awarded when games are simulated.
The classic players that are unlocked will begin at age 30 and
will age and retire like other players.
Recommended MVP point purchases
The first thing that you should buy with your MVP reward
are the legends and heroes teams. After you unlock all of them,
write down the roster of one of those teams. Then, start a new
dynasty with any team but make sure you can use unlockable players.
Then, release all of your AA players and then move your AAA players
to the AA league. Next, sign your team you noted earlier. Note:
This will take about 10 minutes, and you will have to fill in
the batting order and pitching rotation for each team.
In dynasty mode, go to "Edit Player" and
set your desired pitcher's stamina to 99.
Easy dynasty wins
To win dynasty mode easily and get lots of MVP points,
select your favorite team. In your dynasty, go to "Management",
"Transactions", then "Trades". Make sure the
"Budgets" and "Fair Trades" settings are off.
Then, just trade away garbage for players such as A-Rod, Ichiro,
and Sosa to create an MLB All-Star team. Simulate to the playoffs
and you should get over 100 wins every season.
Getting good players
To get any player on your team in dynasty mode, create
an outfielder with the best stats. Sign him as cheap as you can
for one year. You can trade him for any player (for example A-Rod,
Mark Prior, etc.)
If you start a dynasty and choose "Fantasy Draft", put
the order as you first. Next, set difficulty level to "Rookie".
Then, enter the draft and select either Jon Dowd (a.k.a. Barry
Bonds) or Albert Pujols. Once you get to your next pick, there
should be either A-Rod, Prior, or Mulder at the top of he list.
Note: If you want A-Rod or Prior, this trick works about 40% of
the time. If you want Mulder, this trick usually works about 60%
of the time.
To get a very good batting order start out with any team. Next,
go to the rosters and into create a new player with ordinary stats
at first base. Sign him and go into edit player screen. Edit him
to the maximum points. Go into transactions and get whoever desired.
Note: This trick only works on one player a time.
To get a great team for dynasty mode, first select "Roster
Management" at the main menu. Then, select "Trade Players".
Trade all of the people you want on a team. Then, select new dynasty.
When you are choosing the options switch "Default Rosters"
from "Yes" to "No". You should be able to
play with the team that you created.
Cheap perfect player
Create a player with all desired information. Leave
his attributes exactly as is. Then, go to "Free Agents".
Sign that player to a long cheap contract. Then, go to create/edit
again and change the player's attributes to make him perfect.
When in dynasty mode, if the trade you want keeps getting
rejected use the following trick. When this happens, back out
until you get to the main screen for the dynasty mode and go to
"Options". Once in the "Options" screen, select
the first choice and scroll down until you see the "Unfair
Trades" option. Turn this option on, then go back and get
the trade you wanted. Note: If you want more money in your bank,
make sure the trade is somewhat even.
Instead of simulating by season in dynasty mode, try
every month or two weeks.
Glitch: Playoff games
The home field advantage never goes to correct teams
and there are no night games during the playoffs.
Glitch: Homeruns in dynasty mode
In dynasty mode, a player is only allowed to hit 158
homeruns in a season. After that, every homerun counts as a run
and a hit in the game. However when you return to the main menu
after the game, the run holds up but your player is charged with
an out and his batting average goes down. Try to spread the 158
homeruns throughout the season by starting your player and taking
him out part way through the game. If you do not start him for
a number of games, he will start to get unhappy with his current
Glitch: Blimp goes through Fenway Park
When playing a game at Fenway Park, look out into center
field from time to time. You should see the blimp flying directly
through the stadium, just above the crowd.
Glitch: Gary Shefield
Gary Shefield is on the National League All Stars but
he is also on the Yankees, which is in the American League.
Glitch: Triple and a run
When you are about to go home with a base runner, as
soon as you get to home plate quickly press [Left] so that
the runner tags home but still tends to go back to third base.
If done correctly, the play will stop and you will have scored
a run and an automatic base runner will be on third.
At the ballpark in Arlington (Texas Rangers Stadium),
the scoreboards on the left field walls will always read "TEX
- 5, YAN - 0", no matter what team you play as against the