Rob Bernier Demos NPNG+ Board Reader
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Posted by Paul on October 7, 2015 | Short Link

Many of you may know Rob Bernier from his website,, where “RONBO’s Ultimate Replay Guides” (reference guides for gamers undertaking as-played baseball replays) are sold in the name of “Doing the heavy lifting so you don’t have to!” Ron is knowledgeable and passionate about the tabletop-sports hobby and is an asset to the community. […]

Something Cool That Didn’t Exist Yet
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Posted by Paul on October 5, 2015 | Short Link

Click here to read a terrific piece of writing from on the subject of my favorite brand of vintage sports apparel, Ebbets Field Flannels. Don’t miss it! The PCL and the negro leagues are a parallel universe of baseball history that most people don’t even know existed. I realized that we could tell that […]

Pitching For Your Life – Part 2

Posted by Paul on September 29, 2015 | Short Link

I had a birthday last week, my fortieth. There are few events in your life that cause pause to face your own mortality like a milestone birthday. Forty. Forty years old. I, Paul Dylan, am forty years old. It doesn’t feel right, doesn’t make sense. How did I get here? Here is a list of […]

Pitching For Your Life

Posted by Paul on September 20, 2015 | Short Link

There are a few baseball-related purchases that have become annual “must haves” for me. membership renewal, MLB.TV subscription, new Strat cards for the previous season, and a subscription to Joe Sheehan’s newsletter. You might think that one of these things is not like the others, but there is no baseball writer today as prolific […]

Statis Pro Baseball in the National Archives

Posted by Paul on September 11, 2015 | Short Link

I found this gem in The National Archives Catalog. Anybody know these guys? I would love to hear more stories of tabletop-sports board games in the service. Did you play Statis Pro, or APBA, or Strat when you were in the service? Let us know in the comments below!

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