$1 million dollar perfect game

Joined Jun 3, 2008
is it really possible to throw a perfect game on the new mlb 2k10? they say you play on the all-star level or whatever ones the highest. the first person to pitch a perfect game by may 2nd, 2010 wins $1,000,000. i doubt anyones gonna win but thats just my opinion. what do you guys think?
Joined Jun 4, 2008
ive thrown 2 perfect games on xbox before at my cousins house on 2k9 and 2k10 , but i guess it dont count cause i need to be online
me and my cousins were mad excited! haha , everytime i threw a pith they would scream
Joined Sep 28, 2004
funny thing is, its not announced until like the end of may.

imagine everyone buying lottery tickets and the prize has already been claimed... 2ksports is pulling a fast one
Joined Jan 10, 2010
It was just a matter of time

Some dude from Alabama claimed it.

But for 24-year-old Wade McGilberry, there was a more, uh, practical motivation: $1 million, which is exactly how much the Alabama man just won for throwing a perfect game in MLB 2K10 for the Xbox 360 and PS3.

"It was actually my wife who convinced me to go for it," he said in a statement. "I never thought I'd actually win a million dollars playing a video game, it's all still sinking in for me."
Joined Jun 15, 2004
I was actually going to try until I read all the stipulations. That eliminated any possibility of a swindle happening.
Joined Dec 1, 2002
official game have seened it and played it maybe 2k09 or 2k10.. but yes sounds amazing 1 million.just part of the game.
Joined Jan 3, 2008
[h1]Kenshin Kawakami hurls perfect game (sorta)[/h1]

By Christian Boone

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

You mean the same Kenshin Kawakami who has zero wins and a 5.47 ERA for the Atlanta Braves this year? Yes -- in name only.

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2k SportsWade McGilberry earned $1 million for throwing the first verified perfect game in 2K Sports' "Major League Baseball 2K10."

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The computerized Kawakami did, in fact, toss a perfect game underthe shrewd guidance of  a 24-year-old retirement account specialistfrom Semmes, Ala. The feat earned Wade McGilberry $1 million forthrowing the first verified perfect game in 2K Sports' "Major LeagueBaseball 2K10."

"I was playing as the Braves against the Mets, pitching as Kawakami," McGilberry told ESPN.com. "The way [the contest] worked, you could only choose the real-life games and lineups from that day. I mainly chose the Braves because they were the local team. I'm a White Sox fan, so I'm not crazy about the Braves. But I'm even less crazy about the Mets."

McGilberry said his wife, Katie, convinced him to enter the contest.

"A few weeks before the competition, I saw an ad on Xbox Live forit," he told ESPN. "I went to her and said, ‘Honey, can I go out andbuy this game? I might win a million dollars.' We don't normally buynew games. She said, ‘Yeah, that sounds like a good opportunity.' "

McGilberry said he had played the game only five times before. "The sixth game it just happened," he said. "Almost magically."

Any tips for fellow gamers?

"I didn't try to overpower hitters," he said. "I looked at the hotand cold zones, and I would actually never throw it over the middle.Just stay around the corners, keep it low, throw it weaker so theywould be more likely to swing at it. I got a lot of ground outs."

Sounds like good advice for Kawakami, who's 7-19 in his Bravescareer. For the record, the real Kawakami lost that April 23rd startagainst the Mets, allowing six hits and three runs in six inningspitched.
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