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    MLB The Show: Steelerfan's Houston Astros Franchise

    Started my Franchise on Sunday with Houston. I finally got through the first series, taking 2 of 3 from the Yankees.

    NYY 4-12-1 F/14
    HOU 5-8-1

    NYY 3-8-0 F/11
    HOU 6-8-0

    NYY 6-10-0
    HOU 5-7-1

    In the series, Yankee batters hit .236 with 4 doubles and 6 homers. Astro hitters hit just .195 with 5 doubles, a triple and 3 long balls. The Yankees' pitching staff struck out 35 and walked 16, the Astros' staff K'd 26 and walked 7. There was one wild pitch in the series (Houston in game 3) and no passed balls.

    In game 2, the Yankees took a 3-2 lead in the 11th but, after tying the game, Houston won on a walk off, pinch hit, 3-run homer by Jesus Guzman.

    A-Rod hit a 2-run homer in the top of the 8th of game 3 to help New York avoid a sweep.

    I still have a little slider work and testing to do but I'm having alot of fun with this game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelerfan View Post
    Started my Franchise on Sunday with Houston. I finally got through the first series, taking 2 of 3 from the Yankees.

    NYY 4-12-1 F/14
    HOU 5-8-1

    NYY 3-8-0 F/11
    HOU 6-8-0

    NYY 6-10-0
    HOU 5-7-1

    In the series, Yankee batters hit .236 with 4 doubles and 6 homers. Astro hitters hit just .195 with 5 doubles, a triple and 3 long balls. The Yankees' pitching staff struck out 35 and walked 16, the Astros' staff K'd 26 and walked 7. There was one wild pitch in the series (Houston in game 3) and no passed balls.

    In game 2, the Yankees took a 3-2 lead in the 11th but, after tying the game, Houston won on a walk off, pinch hit, 3-run homer by Jesus Guzman.

    A-Rod hit a 2-run homer in the top of the 8th of game 3 to help New York avoid a sweep.

    I still have a little slider work and testing to do but I'm having alot of fun with this game.
    Sounds good man! When it comes to sports games, we always seem to be pretty similar in what we are looking for in gameplay. I know I used your sliders in NCAA '13, and I was always keeping track of what sliders you use in NHL and FIFA. I'm pretty much looking for almost exactly what you are when it comes to sports games and the gameplay in them, so I'm really looking forward to diving into The Show with your sliders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothPancakes View Post
    Sounds good man! When it comes to sports games, we always seem to be pretty similar in what we are looking for in gameplay. I know I used your sliders in NCAA '13, and I was always keeping track of what sliders you use in NHL and FIFA. I'm pretty much looking for almost exactly what you are when it comes to sports games and the gameplay in them, so I'm really looking forward to diving into The Show with your sliders.
    Good deal. I'll get them posted at some point. Hasn't been any demand yet so I've been lazy about doing it. Plus, I'm still testing.

    I just had a rough one against the Angels. Lost 8-7 but allowed 20 hits and lost Dexter Fowler to a torn MCL. He's out 6+ months so his season is done. The Angels lost RF Kole Calhoun for 2-3 weeks with a broken cheekbone (dove forward for a liner and took it on the face).

    Fowler tore his knee up sliding into second on a first inning double. I manually entered all real life injuries, as of Opening Day, before I started the Franchise so I have a few other injuries too. Jesse Crain is out 3-4 weeks with shoulder cartilage damage; Asher Wojciechski is out 3-4 weeks with a herniated disc; Alex White is out 1-2 months after arthroscopic ebow surgery.

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    Forgot to mention the trickle down effect that Fowler's injury had on my organization. After placing Fowler on the DL, I recalled LF LJ Hoes (great name) from AAA Oklahoma City, promoted LF Leo Harris to Oklahoma City from AA Corpus Christi and promoted LF Danry Vasquez to Corpus Christi from A Lancaster.

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    Got another series done. A 4-game series at Minute Maid with the Angels. After my first 6 games followed the real Astros results EXACTLY (W-W-L-L-L-W) I broke the trend with a win in the finale with LAA to split the series and move to 4-3.

    LAA 8-20-0
    HOU 7-12-1

    LAA 8-10-1
    HOU 2-8-2

    LAA 1-4-0
    HOU 4-9-0

    LAA 1-3-1
    HOU 8-14-1

    In the series, the Angels hit .262 with 5 doubles and 4 homers. Houston hit .299 with 5 doubles and 6 homers. Astros pitchers struck out 32 and walked 9. The Angels staff struck out 39 and walked 10. LAA also hit 2 batters and threw a wild pitch in the series.

    For the season, Houston is hitting .252 and has an ERA of 3.73. Houston's opponents are hitting .250.

    Note that I haven't touched the sliders since before Opening Day so all of these results are generated from the same slider set.

    Next up is a 6-game road trip, with 3 in Toronto and 3 in Arlington.

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    Well, I got swept in Toronto.

    HOU 3-5-1
    TOR 9-8-1

    HOU 2-3-2
    TOR 3-10-1

    HOU 3-8-0
    TOR 4-8-0

    Houston hit a paltry .167 with 3 doubles and 2 home runs, while Toronto hit .271 with 5 doubles and 8 long balls. The Astros staff struck out 24 and walked 9, the Jays struck out 27 and walked 4. No wild pitches, no passed balls.

    Toronto lost LF Melky Cabrera for 3-4 weeks to a hamstring pull in game one and they lost Closer Casey Janssen, also for 3-4 weeks, to a sprained elbow ligament in game three.

    Houston (4-6) now heads to Arlington for 3 games with the division-leading Rangers (8-1). The Astros are hitting .229 on the season and have a team ERA of 4.31. Houston's pitchers have an opponent batting average of .256.

    The Astros team batting average is 24th in the majors. They are 21st with 13 doubles, 12th with 11 homers, 10th with 30 BBs and dead last with 101 Ks (no surprise, they set an all-time MLB low in this category last year). Slugging % of .363 is 25th, OBP of .292 is 27th.

    Houston's fielding % is .977 (27th), the team ERA of 4.31 is 18th and their 18 HRA ranks 29th. Astro pitchers have walked 25 (8th) and struck out 82 (T-3rd).

    The best news in all of that is that I am not leading the majors in any statistical category and I am only last in strikeouts which, again, is not a reach with this team.

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    A few player stats:

    1B/DH Chris Carter .116, 1 HR, 2 RBI
    2B Jose Altuve .128, 0, 1
    3B Matt Dominguez .289, 0, 4
    OF George Springer .303, 2, 6
    1B Jon Singleton .200, 0, 5
    C Jason Castro .172, 2, 5
    OF Alex Presley .214, 1, 2
    OF Robbie Grossman .130, 1, 3
    OF LJ Hoes .444, 0, 1
    SS Jonathan Villar .278, 0, 1
    SS Marwin Gonzalez .389, 1, 5
    1B Jesus Guzman .235, 2, 7
    *OF Dexter Fowler .267, 0, 1
    C Carlos Corporan .333, 1, 1

    *out for season

    Starting Pitchers
    Jarred Cosart 0-0, 3.46, 2 BB, 12 K, 13.0 IP, 1 QS
    Brett Oberholtzer 1-0, 2.08, 5, 6, 13.0, 2 QS
    Scott Feldman 0-1, 9.90, 4, 8, 10.0
    Jerome Williams 0-0, 5.40, 1, 11, 10.0, 1 QS
    Paul Clemens 0-2, 10.13, 6, 11, 10.2

    Relievers
    Chad Qualls 0-0, 0.00, 1, 2, 1.0
    Raul Valdes 0-0, 0.00, 1, 2, 4.0
    Josh Fields 1-2, 6.00, 0, 5, 3.0, 2 BSV
    Matt Albers 0-0, 0.00, 1, 3, 5.2
    Darin Downs 0-1, 2.70, 1, 3, 6.2, 1 BSV
    Brad Peacock 1-0, 2.79, 2, 8, 9.2
    Mike Foltynewicz 1-0, 1.23, 1, 11, 7.1

    The Astros do not have a single Save so far.
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    Finally wrapped up the series in Arlington, taking 2 of 3 from the Rangers. Houston (6-7) goes 2-4 on the 6-game road trip and will have a day off before playing 3 at Minute Maid with Kansas City (7-5).

    HOU 3-6-0
    TEX 2-10-0

    HOU 6-7-0
    TEX 7-8-0

    HOU 6-10-0
    TEX 5-10-1

    The Astros hit .228 in the series with 2 doubles, 2 triples and 6 home runs. Texas hit .277 with seven doubles, a triple and 2 long balls. Houston pitchers struck out 19 and walked 13 (also had one wild pitch). The Rangers' staff K'd 21 and walked 11.

    In the first thirteen games of the season, the Astros are batting .229 with 15 doubles, 3 triples and 17 home runs. Houston's OBP is .295 and the team OPS is .680. The Astros fielding percentage is .982. The pitching staff has an ERA of 4.41, 6 Quality Starts and has allowed 20 homers. Houston's opponents are hitting .260.

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    The Astros (6-10) were swept at home by Kansas City and will now hit the road for 6 games with 3 in Oakland (6-10) and 3 in Seattle (9-7).

    KC 4-8-0 F/11
    HOU 3-11-2

    KC 11-13-0
    HOU 4-10-0

    KC 6-7-1
    HOU 5-13-0

    The Astros outhit the Royals .296 to .244 but KC hit 8 home runs while Houston did not hit a single long ball. Houston did have 6 doubles and 4 triples, however. KC recorded just 1 double in the series. The Astros' staff struck out 30 and walked 14 while Kansas City sent 31 Astros down on strikes while walking just 8.

    The Astros are now hitting .242 for the season while their opponents have a collective batting average of .257. Houston has a team ERA of 4.76.

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    Sixteen games in, here are how the Astros rank in the majors:

    Batting Average: .242 (23rd)
    Doubles: 21 (T-23rd)
    Triples: 7 (1st)
    Home Runs: 17 (T-13th)
    Stolen Bases: 8 (T-11th)
    SB %: .667 (22nd)
    Bases on Balls: 49 (16th)
    Strikeouts: 153 (30th)
    Slugging %: .392 (17th)
    On Base %: .303 (25th)
    GIDP: 10 (T-14th)

    Fielding %: .982 (24th)
    ERA: 4.76 (26th)
    Saves: 2 (T-25th)
    Blown Saves: 5 (T-27th)
    HR Allowed: 28 (30th)
    BB Allowed: 52 (20th)
    K: 131 (7th)

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    In a battle between the two clubs tied at the bottom of the AL West, Houston took 2 of 3 from the A's in Oakland. Side note, Houston's LJ Hoes has hit .386 with 4 doubles, a pair of triples, a homer and 6 RBI in 44 AB (12 games) since being recalled on April 4th following the injury to Dexter Fowler. Hoes had a ten-game hit streak end in the finale of the series in Oakland, following an 0-for-4 outing.

    HOU 8-14-0
    OAK 6-12-2

    HOU 3-7-1 F/12
    OAK 4-11-0

    HOU 3-7-2
    OAK 2-4-0

    Houston (8-11) will conclude their six-game road trip with 3 in Seattle against the Mariners (11-8).

    In the Oakland series, Houston hit .246 with 4 doubles, a triple and 2 home runs. The Athletics hit .243 with 5 doubles, 2 triples and one homer. Houston pitchers struck out 21 and walked 11, while Oakland's staff struck out 26 and walked 15. Houston threw one wild pitch, Oakland threw two.

    Houston is now hitting .243 and has a team ERA of 4.53 on the season. Their opponents are hitting .255 this season.

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    Houston dropped 2 of 3 in Seattle to finish the 6-game road trip at 3-3.

    HOU 7-11-0 F/10
    SEA 4-6-0

    HOU 3-6-1
    SEA 9-13-2

    HOU 2-8-0
    SEA 3-7-0

    The Astros hit .232 in the series with 6 doubles and 2 homers. Seattle hit .268 with 3 doubles, a triple and 3 home runs. Houston pitchers struck out 18 and walked 8, while Seattle's staff k'd 19, walked 6 and threw 2 wild pitches.

    Houston (9-13) will return to the friendly confines of Minute Maid Park for 9 games in 11 days. First up will be a 4-game set with the Oakland Athletics (9-13). Following an off day, the Astros will close out the month of April with 2 games against the Washington Nationals. The Astros will enjoy a second off day in a 4-day stretch, on May 1st, and will then host Seattle for 3 games before a 7-game road trip takes them to Detroit and Baltimore.

    Through 22 games, Houston is hitting .241 with 31 doubles, 8 triples and 21 home runs. The 'Stros have stolen eleven bases, walked 70 times and struck out 198 times.

    Houston pitchers have a combined ERA of 4.65 with 4 saves and 6 blown saves. They have allowed 32 homers, have walked 71 batters and have sent 170 down on strikes. Their opponents are hitting .256.

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    Jared Cosart pitched a complete game 4-hit shutout, striking out 8 and walking 3, as Houston blasted Oakland 8-0 in the finale of their 4-game series with the Athletics. Cosart (2-2, 4.38), who recorded the Astros first complete game and first shutout of 2014, was helped offensively by a 7-run 4th inning. In the 4th, Chris Carter highlighted the scoring barrage by hitting an inside the park grand slam home run onto Tal's Hill in center field.

    The Astros hit .242 in the series with 8 doubles and 6 homers. Their pitchers struck out 35 A's and walked just 6. Oakland was limited to a .224 average with 3 doubles, a triple, and 2 long balls. The Athletics' staff struck out 33, walked 11 and had one wild pitch.

    OAK 3-9-2
    HOU 2-6-0

    OAK 1-7-0
    HOU 4-7-0

    OAK 5-15-1 F/16
    HOU 6-16-1

    OAK 0-4-0
    HOU 8-11-0

    Houston (12-14) started their 9-game home stand with a 3-1 mark and will finish April with a 2-game series, sandwiched between 2 off days, with the NL East-leading Washington Nationals (15-11).

    The Astros are hitting .244 on the season and have a team ERA of 4.17. Houston opponents are batting .251 against Astros' pitching. The Nats are batting .255 this year and have an ERA of 3.77.
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    Houston (14-14) finished April strong, stretching their winning streak to 5, by taking 2 of 2 from Washington.

    The Astros' bats caught fire, hitting .328 with 4 doubles and 4 homers in the series. Their pitching staff accounted for 12 strikeouts and 7 walks. Meanwhile, Washington swung the bats well too. The Nationals hit .316 with 3 doubles, a triple and 5 long balls. The Nats' staff k'd 18, walked 4 and threw one wild pitch.

    WAS 8-13-1
    HOU 9-11-0

    WAS 5-11-1
    HOU 7-11-2

    The standings in the AL West, at the end of April:

    Texas 18-10
    Seattle 16-11
    Houston 14-14
    Anaheim 13-14
    Oakland 11-18

    A look at how Houston ranks in the big leagues in a few major statistical categories:

    Batting: .250 (23)
    Doubles: 44 (T-14)
    Triples: 8 (2)
    Home Runs: 31 (T-9)
    Steals: 15 (T-8)
    Steal%: .714 (17)
    Walks: 85 (15)
    K: 249 (30)
    Slugging: .401 (14)
    On Base%: .309 (23)
    GIDP: 23 (27)
    Fielding%: .984 (24)
    ERA: 4.33 (26)
    Saves: 6 (T-16)
    Blown Saves: 8 (T-28)
    HR Allowed: 39 (29)
    BB Allowed: 84 (T-17)
    K: 217 (T-5)

    Player Statistics
    Batting:
    Altuve .204, 1 HR, 6 RBI
    Carter .187, 6, 15
    Dominguez .242, 3, 9
    Springer .255, 6, 13
    Singleton .267, 2, 17
    Castro .218, 2, 11
    Presley .268, 2, 11
    Grossman .274, 1, 9
    Gonzalez .275, 1, 12
    Hoes .354, 1, 9
    Guzman .283, 4, 13
    Villar .262, 0, 2
    Corporan .222, 2, 2

    Starting Pitching
    Cosart 2-2, 4.38
    Oberholtzer 2-1, 3.44
    Feldman 2-2, 5.50
    Williams 2-0, 3.18
    Clemens 0-3, 7.45

    Relievers
    Downs 0-1, 5.40
    Foltynewicz 2-1, 4.29
    Valdes 0-0, 0.00
    Qualls 1-1, 5.00, 4 Saves
    Peacock 1-1, 3.28
    Albers 1-0, 1.80
    Crain 0-0, 4.50, 2 Saves

    Astros among AL Leaders:
    Altuve 113 At-Bats (5)
    Hoes, Presley 2 Triples (T-5)
    Springer, Carter 6 Home Runs (T-9)

    Williams 0 Losses (T-1)
    Williams 2 HR Allowed (T-5)
    Cosart 1 Shutout (T-3)
    Cosart 34 Strikeouts (10)
    Cosart 1 Complete Game (T-7)
    Williams 6 Walks Allowed (T-4)

    Astros in the hunt for awards:
    Springer, Singleton: AL RotY

    Astros leading All-Star Vote Getters:
    Dominguez (3B) 89k (9th)
    Hoes (LF) 120k (8th)
    Springer (RF) 127k (8th)

    The Astros are 5-1 on their current 9-game home stand. They will conclude the long stay at Minute Maid with a 3-game series with the Seattle Mariners, before hitting the road for 4 in Detroit and 3 in Baltimore.

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    I'm playing Franchise Mode still and am about 50-55 games in with Houston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelerfan View Post
    I'm playing Franchise Mode still and am about 50-55 games in with Houston.
    There is cross save to PS4 also, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBHuskers View Post
    There is cross save to PS4 also, right?

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    Yep.

    I saved my PS3 Franchise to the Cloud and uploaded it on PS4 without any issues at all.

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    I'm now 63 games into my Franchise with the Houston Astros. I'm still loving every second of this game!

    I had a HOT streak about a month earlier than the real Astros that made my record unrealistically good, winning 13 straight in late April/early May. However, it's now June 8 and I just snapped a 9-game losing streak with a 14-inning win at Minnesota. My record now stands at 33-30. Hopefully, it continues to drop as the season progresses.

    Here are some of my Team Statistics (MLB Rank in parenthesis):

    Batting: .247 (26)
    Doubles: 93 (22)
    Triples: 15 (2)
    Home Runs: 60 (16)
    Base on Balls: 173 (20)
    Strikeouts: 529 (30)
    Slugging Percentage: .382 (22)
    On-Base Percentage: .300 (27)

    Fielding Percentage: .985 (21)
    ERA: 3.81 (14)
    Saves: 20 (T-6)
    Blown Saves: 13 (T-28)
    HR Allowed: 73 (30)
    Base on Balls Allowed: 202 (25)
    Strikeouts: 479 (7)

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelerfan View Post
    I'm now 63 games into my Franchise with the Houston Astros. I'm still loving every second of this game!

    I had a HOT streak about a month earlier than the real Astros that made my record unrealistically good, winning 13 straight in late April/early May. However, it's now June 8 and I just snapped a 9-game losing streak with a 14-inning win at Minnesota. My record now stands at 33-30. Hopefully, it continues to drop as the season progresses.

    Here are some of my Team Statistics (MLB Rank in parenthesis):

    Batting: .247 (26)
    Doubles: 93 (22)
    Triples: 15 (2)
    Home Runs: 60 (16)
    Base on Balls: 173 (20)
    Strikeouts: 529 (30)
    Slugging Percentage: .382 (22)
    On-Base Percentage: .300 (27)

    Fielding Percentage: .985 (21)
    ERA: 3.81 (14)
    Saves: 20 (T-6)
    Blown Saves: 13 (T-28)
    HR Allowed: 73 (30)
    Base on Balls Allowed: 202 (25)
    Strikeouts: 479 (7)
    What settings are you using?

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