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All-Star Baseball 2003

Cheat menu:
Press L1 at the controller selection screen to activate cheats that have been bought.

Football field:
Press L1, R1, Triangle at the team selection screen in exhibition mode to get a football field as a stadium.
Nicky3291.

Taunt opponents:
Hit a homerun and on the way to third (after replay), press L1 or R1. Your player will taunt the other team's players.

When you round third base and headed for home after a homerun, press L3 + R3 to taunt the other team.
GINO1989.

Cards:
blade.

Card
Name
1
Bobby Abreu
2
Edgardo Alfonzo
3
Roberto Alomar
4
Moises Alou
5
Brady Anderson
6
Garrett Anderson
7
Rick Ankiel
8
Tony Armas Jr
9
Jeff Bagwell
10
Harold Baines
11
Tony Batista
12
Albert Belle
13
Carlos Beltran
14
Adrian Beltre
15
Kris Benson
16
Lance Berkman
17
Craig Biggio
18
Barry Bonds
19
Kevin Brown
20
Jay Buhner
21
Jeromy Burnitz
22
Pat Burrell
23
Ken Caminiti
24
Jose Canseco
25
Sean Casey
26
Luis Castillo
27
Eric Chavez
28
Jeff Cirillo
29
Jermaine Clark
30
Roger Clemens
31
Bartolo Colon
32
David Cone
33
Jose Cruz, Jr
34
Johnny Damon
35
Eric Davis
36
Carlos Delgado
37
JD Drew
38
Ray Durham
39
Jermaine Dye
40
Jim Edmonds
41
Juan Encarnacion
42
Darin Erstad
43
Carl Everett
44
Steve Finley
45
Cliff Floyd
46
Brad Fullmer
47
Andres Galarraga
48
Freddy Garcia
49
Nomar Garciaparra
50
Jason Giambi
51
Brian Giles
52
Troy Glaus
53
Tom Glavine
54
Juan Gonzalez
55
Luis Gonzalez
56
Mark Grace
57
Shawn Green
58
Rusty Greer
59
Ken Griffey
60
Vladimir Guerrero
61
Tony Gwynn
62
Jeffrey Hammonds
63
Mike Hampton
64
Todd Helton
65
Rickey Henderson
66
Orlando Hernandez
67
Richard Hidalgo
68
Tim Hudson
69
Geoff Jenkins
70
Derek Jeter
71
Randy Johnson
72
Andruw Jones
73
Chipper Jones
74
Jacque Jones
75
Brian Jordan
76
David Justice
77
Gabe Kapler
78
Eric Karros
79
Jason Kendall
80
Adam Kennedy
81
Jeff Kent
82
Byung Hyun Kim
83
Ryan Klesko
84
Chuck Knoblauch
85
Paul Konerko
86
Barry Larkin
87
Carlos Lee
88
Kenny Lofton
89
Terrance Long
90
Javy Lopez
91
Greg Maddux
92
Edgar Martinez
93
Pedro Martinez
94
Tino Martinez
95
Ruben Mateo
96
Fred McGriff
97
Mark McGwire
98
Kevin Millwood
99
Ben Molina
100
Raul Mondesi
101
Mark Mulder
102
Mike Mussina
103
Trot Nixon
104
Hideo Nomo
105
John Olerud
106
Paul Oneill
107
Magglio Ordonez
108
Rafael Palmeiro
109
Chan Ho Park
110
Jay Payton
111
Andy Pettitte
112
Adam Piatt
113
Mike Piazza
114
Jorge Posada
115
Mark Quinn
116
Aramis Ramirez
117
Manny Ramirez
118
Pokey Reese
119
Cal Ripken
120
Mariano Rivera
121
Alex Rodriguez
122
Ivan Rodriguez
123
Scott Rolen
124
Tim Salmon
125
Curt Schilling
126
Richie Sexson
127
Gary Sheffield
128
John Smoltz
129
JT Snow
130
Sammy Sosa
131
Shannon Stewart
132
BJ Surhoff
133
Mike Sweeney
134
Fernando Tatis
135
Miguel Tejada
136
Frank Thomas
137
Jim Thome
138
Jason Varitek
139
Greg Vaughn
140
Mo Vaughn
141
Robin Ventura
142
Jose Vidro
143
Omar Vizquel
144
Larry Walker
145
David Wells
146
Rondell White
147
Bernie Williams
148
Matt Williams
149
Preston Wilson
150
Kerry Wood
151
Brent Abernathy - Rated Rookie
152
Cory Aldridge - Rated Rookie
153
Gene Altman - Rated Rookie
154
Josh Beckett - Rated Rookie
155
Wilson Betemit - Rated Rookie
156
Joe Crede - Rated Rookie
157
Jack Cust - Rated Rookie
158
Alex Escobar - Rated Rookie
159
Pedro Feliz - Rated Rookie
160
Nate Frese - Rated Rookie
161
Carlos Garcia - Rated Rookie
162
Marcus Giles - Rated Rookie
163
Alexis Gomez - Rated Rookie
164
Jason Hart - Rated Rookie
165
Adrian Hernandez - Rated Rookie
166
Eric Hinske - Rated Rookie
167
Cesar Izturis - Rated Rookie
168
Nick Johnson - Rated Rookie
169
Brian Lawrence - Rated Rookie
170
Steve Lomasney - Rated Rookie
171
Nick Maness - Rated Rookie
172
Jackson Melian - Rated Rookie
173
Jose Mieses - Rated Rookie
174
Greg Miller - Rated Rookie
175
Eric Munson - Rated Rookie
176
Xavier Nady - Rated Rookie
177
Blaine Neal - Rated Rookie
178
Abraham Nunez - Rated Rookie
179
Jose Ortiz - Rated Rookie
180
Jeremy Owens - Rated Rookie
181
Pablo Ozuna - Rated Rookie
182
Corey Patterson - Rated Rookie
183
Carlos Pena - Rated Rookie
184
Wily Mo Pena - Rated Rookie
185
Timo Perez - Rated Rookie
186
Adam Pettyjohn - Rated Rookie
187
Luis Rivas - Rated Rookie
188
Wilkin Ruan - Rated Rookie
189
Duaner Sanchez - Rated Rookie
190
Alfonso Soriano - Rated Rookie
191
Rafael Soriano - Rated Rookie
192
Ichiro Suzuki - Rated Rookie
193
Billy Sylvester - Rated Rookie
194
Juan Uribe - Rated Rookie
195
Carlos Valderrama - Rated Rookie
196
Eric Valent - Rated Rookie
197
Matt White - Rated Rookie
198
Mike Young - Rated Rookie
199
All Star Cheat
200
All Star Plate
201
Jeff Bagwell - Special Card
202
Tony Batista - Special Card
203
Barry Bonds - Special Card
204
Roger Clemens - Special Card
205
Carlos Delgado - Special Card
206
Jim Edmonds - Special Card
207
Jason Giambi - Special Card
208
Troy Glaus - Special Card
209
Ken Griffey Jr. - Special Card
210
Vladimir Guerrero - Special Card
211
Tony Gwynn - Special Card
212
Todd Helton - Special Card
213
Richard Hidalgo - Special Card
214
Reggie Jackson - Special Card
215
Dave Justice - Special Card
216
Harmon Killebrew - Special Card
217
Mark McGwire - Special Card
218
Roy Oswalt - Special Card
219
Rafael Palmeiro - Special Card
220
Mike Piazza - Special Card
221
Albert Pujols - Special Card
222
Manny Ramirez - Special Card
223
Alex Rodriguez - Special Card
224
Nolan Ryan - Special Card
225
CC Sabathia - Special Card
226
Mike Schmidt - Special Card
227
Gary Sheffield - Special Card
228
Tsuyoshi Shinjo - Special Card
229
Sammy Sosa - Special Card
230
Ichiro Suzuki - Special Card
231
Frank Thomas - Special Card
232
Jim Thome - Special Card
233
Robin Yount - Special Card
234
Astrodome - Classic Stadium
235
Classic Fenway - Classic Stadium
236
Classic Wrigley - Classic Stadium
237
Classic Yankee - Classic Stadium
238
Acclaim Sports Park - Classic Stadium
239
Enzo Field - Classic Stadium
240
Fischbach Field - Classic Stadium
241
Lockodome - Classic Stadium
242
Old Snavely Stadium - Classic Stadium
243
Whitaker Grounds - Classic Stadium
244
Zentmeyer Dome - Classic Stadium
245
Forbes Field - Classic Stadium
246
Polo Ground - Classic Stadium
247
Riverfront - Classic Stadium
248
Tiger Stadium - Classic Stadium
249
Brandon Adcock - Dingers (Developer Card)
250
Kevin Brinson - Dingers (Developer Card)
251
Randy Buck - Dingers (Developer Card)
252
Nigel Cook - Dingers (Developer Card)
253
Malc Crummack - Dingers (Developer Card)
254
Peyton Duncan - Dingers (Developer Card)
255
Nelson Everhart - Dingers (Developer Card)
256
Tim Flier - Dingers (Developer Card)
257
Tom Green - Dingers (Developer Card)
258
Bill Kydd - Dingers (Developer Card)
259
Matt Liverman - Dingers (Developer Card)
260
Andrew Locko - Dingers (Developer Card)
261
Wes Mailman - Dingers (Developer Card)
262
Mike Mann - Dingers (Developer Card)
263
Matt McEnerney - Dingers (Developer Card)
264
Shawn Nicholson - Dingers (Developer Card)
265
Dan Rubel - Dingers (Developer Card)
266
Cooper Sellers - Dingers (Developer Card)
267
Mike Skinner - Dingers (Developer Card)
268
PJ Snavely - Dingers (Developer Card)
269
Ryan Starr - Dingers (Developer Card)
270
Sarma Vanguri - Dingers (Developer Card)
271
Mario Ventrella - Dingers (Developer Card)
272
Rob Whitaker - Dingers (Developer Card)
273
Justin Withers - Dingers (Developer Card)
274
Tom Zentmeyer - Dingers (Developer Card)
275
Dingers - Teams
276
Pixels - Teams
277
Islanders - Teams
278
Rated Rookies - Teams
279
AL Legends - Teams
280
NL Legends - Teams
281
Wrinklies - Teams
282
Angels - Alternate Throwbacks
283
Astros - Alternate Throwbacks
284
Athletics - Alternate Throwbacks
285
Blue Jays - Alternate Throwbacks
286
Braves - Alternate Throwbacks
287
Brewers - Alternate Throwbacks
288
Cardinals - Alternate Throwbacks
289
Cubs - Alternate Throwbacks
290
Devil Rays - Alternate Throwbacks
291
Diamondbacks - Alternate Throwbacks
292
Dingers - Alternate Throwbacks
293
Dodgers - Alternate Throwbacks
294
Expos - Alternate Throwbacks
295
Giants - Alternate Throwbacks
296
Indians - Alternate Throwbacks
297
Mariners - Alternate Throwbacks
298
Marlins - Alternate Throwbacks
299
Mets - Alternate Throwbacks
300
Orioles - Alternate Throwbacks
301
Padres - Alternate Throwbacks
302
Phillies - Alternate Throwbacks
303
Pirates - Alternate Throwbacks
304
Rangers - Alternate Throwbacks
305
Reds - Alternate Throwbacks
306
Red Sox - Alternate Throwbacks
307
Rockies - Alternate Throwbacks
308
Royals - Alternate Throwbacks
309
Tigers - Alternate Throwbacks
310
Twins - Alternate Throwbacks
311
White Sox - Alternate Throwbacks
312
Yankees - Alternate Throwbacks


Hint: Easy points:
You can gain "points" for certain feats performed during a game. An easy way to get a lot of points is to throw a perfect game. This is worth 100 points. Switch controls every time the CPU is up at bat and intentionally strike out. This will get you points for 27 strikeouts, and for a perfect game. Repeat as many times as needed.

To get more points in franchise mode to sign your free agents, during the off season either create a player and pick him up as a free agent or sign free agents and release them at the end of the season.
eric.

Use two controllers and keep throwing fast balls on both sides until a late inning. You can go into extra innings for more points in strikeouts. Then, hit a ground ball on the team you want to win and make the other team just hold it. Run around the bases with the other controller. This will count as an error and give the other pitcher a no-hitter.
Peter Evans.

Unlock the All-Speed team or the All-Power team. Play in Exhibition mode and set your opponent as an easy team such as the Indians . Set the game to only one inning . With the All-Speed team keep bunting or hitting and get a run or two in. With the All-Power team, get a homerun or a run in then try to strike out the all the opponents or just do not let them get a hit. You should then get points for a complete game, a no-hitter, a shutout, and a few other things.
jordan thompson.

Hint: Easy runs:
Get Barry Bonds to bat in the third spot in the order and play against the Cubs. Take control of the Cubs and start intentionally walking everyone until Barry Bonds is up for the second time. Rotate the hitting icon so it will hit a home run. Make contact and you will hit a grand slam. Repeat this as many times as needed. Note: Do not check the box score after 100 runs or the game will freeze.
LittleMillion.

Hint: Easy steals:
Hold Triangle and button for the base your runner currently occupies immediately before the pitcher is in his windup. As your runner goes, if you can see him in the background running to second, he will be safe. If the catcher receives the ball and you cannot see your man in the background, he will almost always be thrown out.
TheCogginsnTX.

Hint: Easy wins:
Switch controllers to the opposing team and change all the players to pitchers. The CPU will be much worse on defense. If you can pitch well, you will also get a lot of strikeouts.
RobZombie92881.

Hint: Easy wins in a season:
Save the game then go to schedule. Simulate the game. If you did not win, return to the main menu and load the season. Repeat this until you win the game.

Hint: Control homerun replay:
After hitting a homerun, a replay of it will be displayed. When you see your batter heading home from third base, press various buttons to see different angles.

Hint: Better hitting:
Immediately after the pitcher releases the ball, press Start. You will see where the ball is going and if it will be a strike or ball. Resume the game and move your batting cursor over it to get a nice powerful swing. This will help you improve your hitting. Note: You do not need to press Start directly after he lets go of the ball -- it just gives you more time to move your cursor after the game is resumed.

Use the pause technique before batting. When you see where the ball is going, try your best to get the ball as close to the point of the contact triangle (the part closest to the batter, not the thick part of the triangle). you will usually get homeruns or at least doubles.
Eric.

Wait until the pitcher's arm is in motion and is coming forward, then swing. If it looks like a bad pitch do not swing. This strategy woks most of the time, and works well with players such as Giambi, Bonds, or A-Rod.

Hint: Better pitching:
The best pitchers have a pitch called a "Slurve" (for example, Mark Burhele of the Chicago White Sox). Also try the "Dominate Curve" with Pedro.

Hint: Restore pitcher's energy:
In season, franchise or expansion mod, go to the DL, and put any pitcher on the15 day DL. Then immediately take him back into your lineup. He will have recovered all his energy.
dragonlance12.

Hint: Better franchise or expansion mode teams:
Use trades to get rid of your older less talented players for slightly better players. Even if the CPU rejects your trade, keep trying repeatedly and it is usually eventually accepted. However, make the trade reasonable, such as B- for a B or B+. If the player you really want just does not seem to want to join your team, try trading for another player who is slightly better, then return to that player you want and try again. Do this every season to keep good young players.
Eric.

To get whatever players you want, go to the trade screen. Take a bad player in your lineup with about a "C" rating and trade him for someone with a "C+". Then, trade the "C+" person for a "B" and so on. All your players will eventually have "A" rankings.
adam tanguay.

Hint: Resign players for same points but longer deals:
Start in the franchise value menu and use R1 to release one or two players who you do not want back. This will allow you to build up some extra points. Then, release the player you want to resign for more years. Go to the free agents screen and resign him for 50 points and any number of years. Go back to franchise value and release him again. When you go to resign that player again, the amount of points will usually be the same amount as before you released him the first time but he will demand the same number of years that you signed him for after the first time you released him.
Brain555.

Hint: Easy homeruns:
While at bat, after pitcher selects the pitch press L3 + R3 and swing with X at the appropriate time to have a better chance of getting a homerun.
roger winans.

Hint: Easy cards:
Use the following trick to unlock all the cards in one or two games. Once you unlock the Cooperstown Legends and the Pixels, play as the Legends. You will find that within the fifth or sixth inning, every hit equals ten points and possibly more. Constantly hit homeruns and strike out the batters and you should have forty to fifty packs to open after the game. This is the easiest way to complete your card collection and unlock the cheats.
Eric Richards.

Start an exhibition game. If you are starting from a clean slate (i.e. no cards), use the Cooperstown Legends and the Baltimore Orioles as the two teams. Have the Orioles as the home team to give the Legends a DH, and their pitching an extra half-inning to get more strikeouts. Set the controller icon to the Legends, and the difficulty to Veteran. Set your weather, game options, and lineup to however you like. Who you start (Ryan, Gibson, or Seaver) does not matter. Next, press Square to go to the "Control Setup" screen . Set all of the players to CPU control for offense and defense. Press X to exit, then press X again to start. You can now sit back and watch the points pile up. The only thing that would require your attention is in the event of an injury. Any of the Legends' starters can go the distance, netting you 10 easy points for a complete game. The offense usually has a field day and will give you lots of points for cards. Once you get the Glen Cove Islanders and the Fresno Pixels, the fun can really begin. Pick those two as your teams, and set up an exhibition game with the same set-up as above, using Glen Cove as your team. Sit back, and watch your boys pile on the offense. Be prepared for anywhere between 20 to 70 runs per game from your offense, with a couple of cycles and loads of home runs. Your pitching staff can give you a complete game shutout or (if your defense plays a bit off) a 1-run game, with no more than 5 hits allowed and over 10 strikeouts. You can get anywhere between 15 to 45 card packs per game.
Jeff Coleman.

Choose the Yankees at the Phillies. Choose to play as the Phillies under any difficulty setting. When the first batter is up, pause game play and select "Change Lineup". Then, select "Defensive Replacement". Choose the catcher, then start using pitchers. Repeat this step until you have run out of pitchers for the catchers. Then, choose an outfielder to be the catcher. Then, go to "Position Swap", and switch positions with the first baseman and catcher. Go to "Defensive Replacement" again and choose any other player to be the first basemen. Switch to the Yankees for an easy win for cards.

This trick requires two controllers. Each controller will control one team. Stay pitching in the middle of the strike zone, and batting for homeruns. If you do not hit a homerun, control the fielders and do not catch the ball in the air and throw it to a base. Then, with the batting controller, keep pressing L1 to score a run. The game will never end. When the score is about 50 for each team, finish the game and you will have about 100 packs to open.
Martin Oliveira.

To get all the cheats and cards in one to two games, do the following trick. In the exhibition mode, pick the Atlanta Braves and the Baltimore Orioles as your two teams. Have the Orioles as the home team and the Braves as the away team. Choose the Braves as your team and when up to bat, drag bunt with Rafael Furcal. If he gets to first base with nobody else on, always steal second base. Hit with power with Chipper Jones, Gary Sheffield, Andru Jones and Vinny Castilla. Hit regularly with everybody else. When you get three outs, switch to the Orioles and pop-up every pitch. This will get you no hitter points 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th inning, and for the ninth inning, pop-up with the first two batters and get the last player out yourself. This will get you points for a no hitter and points for a perfect game. If done correctly, and you average about five runs an inning, you should have at the very least forty packs to open, if not more.
Sean Larabell.

Hint: Thom Brennaman's stories:
Start a game and allow the controller to remain idel. After a few minutes after they have announced the lineups and the starting pitcher, Thom Brennaman will start telling in-depth stories about baseball.

Hint: Get Pedro Martinez on your pitching staff:
To get Pedro Martinez on your team, create at least an A- Designated Hitter. Trade him for Randy Johnson of the Diamondbacks, then trade Johnson for Martinez. The Red Sox will refuse the trade at first, but retry it once or twice and they will agree to it.
Shawn Houghtaling.

Hint: Powerful team:
Create as many powerful designated hitters as you can. Note: There is a limited amount. After this is done, take them out of the free agents brackets. Trade them for as many All-Star players as possible to create a dominating team.
Underdog1333.

Hint: Catcher:
Use the following settings for a better catcher:
GJT9388a.

Contact: A+
Power: A+
Hitting: A+
Speed: A+
Bunt: D
Patience: D_
Glove: D
Range: D
Arm accuracy: B+
Arm strength: B+

Hint: Designated hitters:
In season, expansion or franchise mode, create players then trade them for the person you want. The best created player you can make is a designated hitter. Use the following settings. Note: Only American League teams need designated hitters. If you want someone in the National League, then trade your created designated hitter for a good American League player then trade him for the desired National League player.
Keith88597.

Contact: A+
Power: A+
Hitting: A
Speed: A-
Bunt: B-
Patience: B
Glove: D-
Range: D-
Arm Accuracy: D-
Arm Strength: D-

Alternately, use the following settings.
kingkev.

Contact: A+
Power: A+
Hitting: A+
Speed: A+
Bunt: C+
Patience: A+
Glove: D-
Range: D-
Arm Accuracy: D-
Arm Strength: C+
You can also set Bunt to D- with Arm Strength C+.

Alternately, use the following settings.
vegettto8489.

Contact: A+
Power: A+
Hitting: A+
Speed: A+
Bunt: D-
Patience: D-
Glove: C+
Range: C+
Arm Accuracy: C
Arm Strength: C

Hint: First or second baseman:
Use the following settings for a better first or second baseman:
GJT9388a.

Contact: A
Power: A+
Hitting: A
Speed: A+
Bunt: D
Patience: D
Glove: D
Range: D
Arm Accuracy: A
Arm Strength: A
Overall: A
Infielder
Same as above
Overall: A

Hint: Third baseman:
Use the following settings for a better third baseman
GJT9388a.

Contact: A+
Power: A+
Hitting: A+
Speed: A+
Bunt: D-
Patience: D-
Glove: D-
Range: D-
Arm Accuracy: B+
Arm Strength: B+
Overall: A

Hint: Shortstop:
Use the following settings for a better shortstop
GJT9388a.

Contact: A
Power: A+
Hitting: A
Speed: A+
Bunt: D-
Patience: D-
Glove: D-
Range: D-
Arm Accuracy: A-
Arm Strength: A-
Overall: A-

Hint: Outfielder:
Use the following settings for a better outfielder
GJT9388a.

Contact: A
Power: A+
Hitting: A
Speed: A+
Bunt: D
Patience: D
Glove: D
Range: D
Arm Accuracy: A
Arm Strength: A
Overall: A-

Hint: Relief pitcher:
To get a better relief pitcher in your bullpen, create a pitcher and give him the following attributes:

Velocity: A-, A, or A+
Control: A+
Stamina: D-
Pickoff: D-
Batting: D-
Defense: D-
Any pitch ( you choose ): A+
Any pitch ( you choose ): A+
Any pitch ( you choose ): A+
Overall: B+

Note: A B+ rating for your reliever may not appear the first time you do this; cycle through the CPU-generated stats and look for the following:

Games: At least 50
Wins, loses: Any
Saves: If your creating a closer, he should have at least 50 saves or better
Innings pitched: 50+ innings
ERA: Below 3.00
Strikeouts: Any
Hits: Any
BB (walks issued): Any, because you gave the reliever A+ control

You will have some creation points leftover. You could add points to either Pickoff, Batting, or Defense. Add some points to his stamina if you want him to be a long relief pitcher. Do not give him any higher than a B on his stamina, as he will take longer to warm up in the bullpen.
JustBRINGIT556.


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