Strat-o-Matic Player URLs and Alias Files

Posted by Paul on March 21, 2012 | Short Link

Strat-o-Matic’s computer version is tremendously customizable, and getting moreso every year. The ability to customize your gaming experience isn’t usually intuitive, however, and can be maddening at times. Tonight I thought I might get around to updating the player urls in my version of Strat, so that when I’m in a player notebook, I can […]

Current Tabletop Sports Projects

Posted by Paul on March 20, 2012 | Short Link

These are the projects I’m currently working on, or planning to start within the next month: click on the list to see it at full size As I review this list, it occurs to me that I really want to try some other sports besides baseball and soccer.  I would love a great football game.  […]

MLS 2010 – Game 27: LA Galaxy v Colorado Rapids

Posted by Paul on March 19, 2012 | Short Link

MLS 2010 – GAME 27:  LOS ANGELES GALAXY v. COLORADO RAPIDS (played at a neutral site) The second-to-last game of the 8-team, 7 game mini-season turned out to be the biggest offensive explosion of the season.  This was a fun one to play.

Strat-o-Matic Minor League Seasons

Posted by Paul on March 15, 2012 | Short Link

Created by Gary Simonds as part of his 1934 Pacific Coast League roster set (free and downloadable at his MyOpera site) This is a screenshot from Joe DiMaggio’s 1934 San Francisco Seals player notebook (I cropped out the spirals in the center).  If you haven’t yet, you’ll definitely want to take a look around Gary […]

How Cards Bring Players to Life
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Posted by Paul on March 13, 2012 | Short Link

There is something about baseball cards, isn’t there?  They can bring a whole life and personality to what otherwise would just be a name in a box score.  I’ve fallen in love with players over their Strat-o-Matic cards before.  Kenny Williams is one that immediately comes to mind.  I’d never heard of him before Strat.  […]

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