10 Lessons: Creating a Baseball Simulator

Posted by Paul on June 13, 2014 | Short Link

For those of us who are interested in baseball statistics, The Hardball Times (THT) is a consistent source of thought-provoking analysis and commentary on the game. Of course, we in the hobby know that there is a large segment of hobbyists who remain steadfast in their support of Batting Average and RBI for hitters and […]


Posted by Paul on May 15, 2014 | Short Link

Let’s say that, like Billy Pilgrim, you are one day abducted by aliens from the planet Tralfamadore and placed in a Tralfamadorian zoo habitat. The Tralfamadorians, who exist in four dimensions and thus have the ability to see the entire history of the universe from inception to destruction, know that there is no such thing […]

What I Did On My Summer Vacation
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Posted by Paul on November 8, 2013 | Short Link

Though I didn’t come around here much over the summer, those months were not devoid of Tabletop-Sports gaming. Quite the contrary, in fact. I have a full-time job*, I have two young daughters, a wife (woo-hoo!), and all the attendant demands on my time that come with all these responsibilities. Fortunately, I do manage to […]

Hand drawn Baseball Cards
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Posted by Paul on June 2, 2012 | Short Link

What is it about Every Hall of Famer that makes it such a wonderful blog? If you haven’t visited the site, Every Hall of Famer is a blog by Summer Anne Burton, artist and contributor to such blogs as Fangraphs and The Classical.  On Every Hall of Famer, Summer has been posting her ink portraits […]

My Game, My League
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Posted by Paul on May 29, 2012 | Short Link

Welcome to anyone that is reading this site for the first time thanks to The APBA Blog‘s gracious words about OneforFive.com.  It was a pleasure to do the “Five Questions for…” interview for Tom. I can’t imagine that any of the regular readers here haven’t heard of or read The APBA Blog at some point […]

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