In the 4+ years of this blog’s existence, there have been somewhere around 450 published posts. The 5 listed below have had more hits than any others: Damocles of the Dodgers – probably my favorite post of all time, too. The reason it ranks so high is that NBC Sports linked to it on their site. It’s a word-for-word transcription of a story Vin Scully told on air during a Dodgers broadcast on April 15, 2013. I heard it while watching the game and immediately knew it had to be transcribed for posterity, and thousands of others seem to have … Continue reading
In the latest edition of After Further Review, Steve Tower talks about the release of the OneForFive.com Baseball Project Notebook. Also, tune in to learn more about the latest releases from Roll Saga and Downey Games. Show your support for After Further Review with Steve Tower by signing up with Patreon.
Over the past 48 hours I’ve had to send a variation of this email to dozens of people. If you have questions about the magazine and/or anything else related to the site please CLICK HERE to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hi there, Thank you for the email. I’ve decided not to take subscriptions for the OneForFive.com Print Edition for the next year. With that in mind, I cancelled the auto-renewals that were setup in Paypal. The Spring issue is still on the way and I still plan to make and sell more issues, but due to the experience … Continue reading
HAMTAG (Half As Much, Twice As Good), is a game review show on The Dice Tower channel on youtube. This week each of the three co-hosts offers his own list of “Top 5 Sports Games.” The show is aimed at the Board Game Geek crowd, which does not typically feature many sports-game aficionados. As more traditional board-gamer types, it’s no surprise that these lists are light on sports simulations, and instead feature party or casual sports games. That said, there are some true simulations on this list. Title Bout – Avalon Hill’s boxing sim (recently re-released as Advanced Title Bout … Continue reading
Kentucky beats Duke in this Pre-Play of the 2015 NCAA National Championship