MLB Bobblehead Pros achievements

MLB Bobblehead Pros

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There are 15 MLB Bobblehead Pros achievements (12 without DLC) worth 435 (250)

873 tracked gamers have this game, 95 have completed it (10.88%)

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Cycle in MLB Bobblehead Pros

Cycle33 (20)

Hit for the cycle in an offline game mode

  • Unlocked by 317 tracked gamers (36% - TA Ratio = 1.65) 873  

Achievement Guide for Cycle

140,232 (97,245)
Achievement won on 26 Jul 11
TA Score for this game: 272
Posted on 26 July 11 at 01:09, Edited on 26 July 11 at 20:20
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If you can score a single, a double, a triple, and a home run with the same batter in a single game this cheevo should unlock.

A single is when a batter safely gets to first base after hitting the ball fair, a double is the same with second base, and a triple is the same with third base. Technically a home run is when the batter hits the ball fair and gets safely to home plate without any errors being committed by the opposing team, however, the game may only register the most frequent type of home run, where the ball is hit fair and lands out of reach of any fielder.

As for the double play, a ground rule double *should* apply, however I do not know if the game accounts for it or not. If anyone can confirm this either way, please let me know. A ground rule double is when the ball is hit fair by the batter, lands in the field, but becomes unreachable, usually due to a bounce. When this happens every runner automatically gets to advance two bases from where they were at the time of the pitch. Fenway Park's right field is an ideal place to witness a ground rule double.

[edit] I have confirmed that the game does register a batter getting to home safely after hitting the ball fair as a home run, regardless if it lands within reach of the fielders or not. [/edit]
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