OOTP6 patch read me file

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OOTP 6.01 Patch available!
By Markus Heinsohn


The OOTP 6.01 Patch was just released!

Here are the download mirrors:

http://www.mirror1.ootpdevelopments.com/ootp/ootp601.zip
http://www.ootp-leagues.com/files/ootp/ootp601.zip

Simply unzip the new .exe into your OOTP6 main folder!

The following things were fixed or enhanced:
- Added the option to enable home field advantage in the engine setup screen
- Added the option to list all players during the first year player draft
- Added the option to display the play-by-play on the bottom of the game
screen instead of the left side
- Improved OOTP 5 league imports
- Improved player development algorythms, making first round picks less
predictable
- Adjusted scouting, players with less than 3 years of pro experience now
are harder to scout, and the scout is less likely to make a mistake. Note :
This will apply to current leagues, so you may see different ratings on
younger players now with the patch. This does not apply to leagues where
scouting is disabled.
- Improved pitching rotation handling
- Improved depth charts logic
- Adjusted calculating of attendance based on fan interest, increasing it
slightly
- Pitcher endurance is now displayed if the ability ratings are hidden
- Fixed DL related bugs & crashes
- Fixed Rule 5 Draft related bugs & crashes
- Fixed CSV import/export issues
- Fixed expanded player searches
- Fixed waiver trades bugs
- Fixed various small bugs and glitches
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  1. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.sports (More info?)

    "Jonah Falcon" <jonahnynla@mindspring.com> wrote in message
    news:McWhc.6753$gH6.2501@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    > OOTP is shallow?
    >
    > Excuse me.
    >
    > (laughs derisively behind Jayhawker's back.)
    >
    > Haven't had a good laugh like that in YEARS.

    Personally, the more I play OOTP6, when it isn't bugging or suffering
    graphical annomalies (on two different systems), I'm starting to notice the
    statistical anomalies more and more. And I'm also noticing that it feels
    more like I've purchased an add-on pack for OOTP5 and not a new game. I
    just don't see much difference between the two games when I play.
    Hopefully, the patch at least fixed the 300+ inning games that happened
    occassionally. I haven't seen one in a day or so.

    I'm trying to be more positive about it, but I'm really losing interest, and
    that's saying something considering the bulk of my time playing it is at
    work with not much else to do. Between this and Total Pro Football with
    it's weird play, broken FA, and roster glitches, I can't wait for Eastside
    Hockey: Franchise Edition.

    turk
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    Jayhawker <rock.chalk@jayhawks.net> wrote in
    news:BCAD9114.1E9C9%rock.chalk@jayhawks.net:

    > For fans of Bill James and sabermetrics, the game fails to live up to
    > the hype. There is a revolution in how baseball and its stats are
    > evaluated going on, and OOTP is blind to it. OOTP plays the part of
    > the old school scouts in Moneyball by Michael Lewis (an awesome book
    > that tells the story of how Billy Beane, GM of the A's, put into
    > practice what Bill James and his disciples had been preaching for
    > years). They still think what they see trumps what the stats say.
    > How fans of a text sim seem to care so little for the statistics of
    > games is bewildering. I thought that was the point of a text sim.

    Jayhawker, I think you didn't read up on OOTP6. It has a whole new game
    engine based on the DIPS theory, and from the time I've spent with the game
    so far it looks like the stats are a lot more realistic. The ratings
    categories are completely redone, now batters have contact, eye/patience,
    power and gap power. Pitchers have stuff, velocity, control and endurance.

    You know how 40 man rosters, Rule 5 Draftees, Waiver Wires, Minor League
    Option Years, etc. I think that combined with the improved engine, this is
    the most improved OOTP to date. You might want to take a look at the game
    again and see how it has changed. You might be surprised.
  3. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.sports (More info?)

    Ian Jalbert <ian411SPAMGUARD@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<Xns94DED87287573ian411SPAMGUARDhotma@140.99.99.130>...
    > Jayhawker <rock.chalk@jayhawks.net> wrote in
    > news:BCAD9114.1E9C9%rock.chalk@jayhawks.net:
    >
    > > For fans of Bill James and sabermetrics, the game fails to live up to
    > > the hype. There is a revolution in how baseball and its stats are
    > > evaluated going on, and OOTP is blind to it. OOTP plays the part of
    > > the old school scouts in Moneyball by Michael Lewis (an awesome book
    > > that tells the story of how Billy Beane, GM of the A's, put into
    > > practice what Bill James and his disciples had been preaching for
    > > years). They still think what they see trumps what the stats say.
    > > How fans of a text sim seem to care so little for the statistics of
    > > games is bewildering. I thought that was the point of a text sim.
    >
    > Jayhawker, I think you didn't read up on OOTP6. It has a whole new game
    > engine based on the DIPS theory, and from the time I've spent with the game
    > so far it looks like the stats are a lot more realistic. The ratings
    > categories are completely redone, now batters have contact, eye/patience,
    > power and gap power. Pitchers have stuff, velocity, control and endurance.
    >
    > You know how 40 man rosters, Rule 5 Draftees, Waiver Wires, Minor League
    > Option Years, etc. I think that combined with the improved engine, this is
    > the most improved OOTP to date. You might want to take a look at the game
    > again and see how it has changed. You might be surprised.

    That would require Jayhawker to actually play the game, maybe like it,
    and then what would he have to bitch about? He prefers to ridicule
    the game, designer, and everyone who likes what ootp has to offer as
    far as a career baseball sim goes.

    I'd better keep it down "The Enagmic One" is watching.


    KT
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