Ernie Banks 1954 Payoff Pitch
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Posted by Paul Dylan on January 24, 2015 | Short Link
Payoff Pitch 1954 Ernie Banks

Payoff Pitch 1954 Ernie Banks

CLICK HERE for more info on Payoff Pitch by Sideline Strategy and Published by PT Games

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“Few Love the Game as Much as Cubs’ Ernie Banks”
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Posted by Paul Dylan on January 24, 2015 | Short Link

Headline from the Toledo Blade, July 18, 1969.

Banks article

Ernie Banks 1969 card for Replay Baseball (replaybb.com)

Ernie Banks 1969 card for Replay Baseball (http://replaybb.com)

Goodnight, Mr. Cub
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Posted by Paul Dylan on January 24, 2015 | Short Link
Photo courtesy National Baseball Hall of Fame Library

Photo courtesy National Baseball Hall of Fame Library

Ernie Banks 1959 Strat-O-Matic

Ernie Banks batting record

Winter 2014-15 Print Edition Table of Contents
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Posted by Paul Dylan on January 22, 2015 | Short Link

Click Here to ORDER NOW!

Table of Contents

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Sports Gaming Coverage on The Dice Tower
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Posted by Paul Dylan on January 21, 2015 | Short Link

Congratulations to Steve Tower and his “After Further Review” tabletop-sports game video news & reviews blog for featuring in a new segment on the most recent edition of The Dice Tower’s “Board Game Breakfast.”

The Dice Tower is a video blog and podcast on the topic of board games. According to their site: “The Dice Tower is dedicated to getting folks to learn about the wide world of exciting new board games. We do video reviews, and an audio show, and more.”

The Dice Tower’s YouTube channel has 88,467 subscribers. The appearance of Steve’s segment (which he’s calling “Two Minute Drill”) to the wider audience of board gamers (who may not otherwise have had any exposure to the genre) is hopefully a harbinger of a future for sports games that includes more mainstream exposure.

When you click play on the embedded video below it should start around the 21:00 minute mark. AFR’s “Two Minute Drill” begins at 21:24.

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