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Tony Larussa Baseball 3

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Tony Larussa Baseball 3
* Make Your Favorite Player a Superman:
There is a hidden ‘feature’ in Tony 3: ‘96 that will give any
player more punch than Babe Ruth, more speed than Rickey Henderson
in his prime, and a better glove than Willie Mays! To invoke the
‘mega-man’ feature, hold down the M, E, G, and A keys simult aneously
when the player you want is batting in the ‘Play’ or ‘Manage Only’
mode of the action/arcade part of the game. If properly invoked,
this will cause the player who’s currently batting to take on superhuman
characteristics, and retain these charac teristics for the remainder
of the game. This ‘feature’ is most evident when applied to a
catcher or other infielder, as he will proceed to field every batted
ball when his team is in the field. He’ll also hit just about any
pitch out of the park!* Get Yourself in the Game:
By changing an existing player’s name, you may be able to get one
or both of the game’s announcers to say your name (or your father’s,
son’s, etc.) when ‘you’ step to the plate! If your first and last
names are fairly common, they may be in the announcer ’s database,
even if no one player had the same name as you. For instance, if
your name is Jackie Williams, the game’s announcers will be able
to state your name because the announcer database includes both
‘Jackie’ (Robinson) and (Ted) ‘Williams.’ To tr y this, choose
‘Edit Player Stats’ from the Utilities menu, then choose
any player -- ideally, a good/great player from your
favorite team. Simply click in the boxes containing the
player’s first and last names, and change them to whatever you
want. When you play a game involving the custom player’s team,
make sure that new player is in the starting lineup, and see
if the game’s announcer will call him by name when he steps to
the plate! IMPORTANT: This trick will have a better chance of
working if you choose Mel Allen as the game’s announcer; Mel simply
has a larger database of names at his disposal than Hank Greenwald
or Lon Simmons...*Make it a "Co-ed" Game:
This is a little-known function of the game, discovered
only by those die-hard fans who play decades of seasons into the
future in the GM Challenge portion of the game. If you play enough
seasons into the 21st Century, women will start appearing in the
game! By the year 2040 or so, you should have a Rookie of the Year
winner named Barbara or Nancy! Let’s face it, Tony 3: ‘96 is the
only politically correct baseball sim on the market!
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