MVP Baseball is a baseball game series published by EA Sports, running from 2003 to 2007 with five games produced. In 2003, MVP became the official successor to EA's long-running Triple Play Baseball series, and it simulated Major League Baseball from 2003 to 2005. However, an exclusive licensing deal between Major League Baseball and Take-Two Interactivein 2005 prohibited EA Sports from making another MLB game until 2012. In response, EA made NCAA college baseballgames in 2006 and 2007, but discontinued the series in 2008 because of poor sales. Building on MVP 2003′s surprisingly successful rookie effort, the 2004 edition made major refinements to both the game's control scheme and its dynasty mode. In a baseball gaming first, MVP 2004 was licensed by both the MLB and Minor League Baseball, featuring real minor-league teams at the Class AA & AAA levels. These improvements netted the PS2 and Xbox versions of MVP 2004 twin scores of 90/100 at Metacritic, far outpacing the competing All-Star Baseball 2005 and ESPN Major League Baseball.
Albert Pujols was the cover player for the 2004 installment of the series Disk 9/10 Manual not present Case 9/10 Disk is in near mint condition with very minor markings on the playing surface. Case is intact, uncracked and somewhat lightly scuffed.
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