Custom Scorebooks – Updated Availability

ORDER A NEW CUSTOM SCOREBOOK FOR YOUR PROJECT HERE (or use the form below) Here are a few comments from recent customers: I contacted Paul about making a replay guide for me as I look to do a career replay of Tom Seaver’s career. Paul was excellent in giving me suggestions to improve upon what I was looking for and was very quick in his responses. I ordered 4 books based on the size of the replay and the first one arrived today. I am very exited on how it turned out and I would give a tremendous recommendation to … Continue reading

RIP Monte Irvin (1919 – 2016)


If you’ve spent any amount of time with the hobby of sports simulation games, you’ve probably developed affection for players from the past that you otherwise never would have had any connection to. Maybe for you it’s a second-tier pitcher who threw your first tabletop no-hitter. Maybe it’s a guy you drafted in a late round who had an unexpectedly huge season in a replay league. Hall of Fame outfielder Monte Irvin has died at age 96: — MLB (@MLB) January 12, 2016 I keep a list of guys like this that I refer to as my personal … Continue reading

Free to Download: Tony LaRussa Ballparks

This shot of Griffith Stadium was taken from Tony La Russa Baseball, and can now be downloaded at the link provided in the post below.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE GOOGLE DRIVE FOLDER where you can download any and all of the 75+ Tony La Russa Baseball ballparks in .bmp format. The PC vs. C&D debate for baseball simulation games is one that may never end. Card & Dice diehards will point to the tactile experience of holding the cards in their hands, as well as the myriad opportunities to personalize game play using house rules that PC games can’t, by their very nature, offer. The greatest benefit of PC games, of course, is that they let the gamer get straight to the matchups while … Continue reading

My Favorites (so far)

These are some my favorite posts (so far): The Greatest Tabletop Baseball Game Ever The Search for the World Football Association’s Best Player The Execution of Jim Hugh Moss, Negro League Ballplayer and Followup to Jim Hugh Moss Story California, 1982 – Get the Hammer Out Strat-O-Holic Official Scorecard On Being a Father APBA Soccer FACs and 8a. Soccer Blast Attack Process Flow Chart Before Every Moment, There is a Moment George Brett and Mario Mendoza Lou “Buster” Gehrig and Rediscovering Lou Gehrig’s Lost Nickname and Last Buster Gehrig Post, I Promise The tributes: Stormin’ Norman Marsh (1952-2014) Rob … Continue reading