2K Sports was at it again this year awarding someone $1 million dollars for pitching a perfect game in their latest iteration MLB 2K11. It was open to PS3 and Xbox 360 users. Continue Reading
The talked about “beefy” patch that has been sent for approval to Microsoft and Sony in the latter half of the first week of May has now been confirmed.
Ronnie 2K has confirmed on his twitter account earlier today that the v1.2 patch is due out on Wednesday May 18th 2011. Presumably it will be out sometime around 5 am edt for the xbox 360. The PC will also get it on that day, as for a time schedule one could only guess. Ronnie confirming it should be enough to get most people excited for it. The PS3 patch will be out once Sony finishes dealing with their PSN issues. Continue Reading
I have finally purchased Major League Baseball 2K11 this past Friday. I have always been a huge baseball fan and i enjoy the simulations for the most part. I’ve always picked up the latest 2K Sports baseball iterations on the day of release since MLB 2K6. However this year it was a different story and I’ll explain why. Continue Reading
The Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies finished their three game series in Atlanta, GA. Today’s game was a special one not only for the players but for the whole game of baseball in general. It was the leagues Civil Rights Game for 2011.
The game had some African American celebrities join them in the booth as well as taking in the festivities. Some of them included, actor Morgan Freeman, home run leader* Hank Aaron, and hall of fame short stop Ernie Banks. Continue Reading
Now that i have digested these last two ball games against the tricky Nats. I have come to realize that we really need to get rid of 34 year old Scott Linebrink after the Braves suffered back to back losses. Atlanta was in it with Washington late in both of the games.
My heart races everytime i see Linebrink take to the mound. For the most part he has lost his relevance to the bullpen. Heading into Spring Training he figured to be an important piece to the Atlanta bullpen. That has not taken form and he is now used less frequently. His ERA is sitting at minor league level of 7.50. That doesn’t tell the whole story of this struggling reliever. Continue Reading
First off I would like to say I sadly missed the debut of starting pitcher Julio Teheran Saturday night. From what I seen he fared pretty well against a team like the Phillies. He was recalled for a spot start because of the double header played by the Brewers and Braves this past week. I expect to see more of him come September. Continue Reading