The National League will snap an eight-year winless streak at the 76th annual Major League Baseball All-Star game as predicted by a precise simulation on MLBâ„¢ 2006 for the PlayStationÂ®2 computer entertainment system. The squad of National League all-stars combined speed on the bases and a prolific 4th inning to pound out an 8-6 victory. Albert Pujols took home the MVP honors after a flawless effort against the best pitchers in
the league. Pujols hit a two-run shot in the 4th and added a 2-run double in the 7th to finish the game two for two with 4 RBI. As it stands, in
reality, the NL holds a 41-32-2 edge in the 76-year-old tradition, but from the results of the MLB 2006 simulation on PlayStation 2, they look poised
to make it 42 victories overall.
In MLB 2006â€™s Home Run Derby simulation, Ivan Rodriguez, the local favorite, rode home field advantage to a much-celebrated victory. He blasted 9 homeruns in the final round, out slugging all competitors, to the riotous cheers from the fans in an exquisitely detailed recreation of Comerica Park. David Ortiz had the longest shot of the day, making PlayStation 2 highlight reels as he blasted a pitch 465 feet into right field.
The 2005 All-Star Game and Home Run Derby were simulated by utilizing the Artificial Intelligence (AI) in MLB 2006, exclusively for the PlayStation 2
computer entertainment system.
"Welcome to the Show" â€“ MLB 2006 is the most authentic baseball videogame available, providing an unmatched broadcast presentation by combining
state-of-the-art AI, incredible stadiums scaled to exact detail and lifelike player models and attributes utilizing the motion capture of MLB athletes.
MLB 2006, available exclusively on PlayStation 2.
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