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

2015 As-Played Scorebooks Available for Pre-Order

ALL 30 MLB TEAMS AVAILABLE! Select Product 2015 Season Custom Scorebook (with as-played scoresheets) $39.00 USD2015 Season Custom Scorebook (with blank scoresheets) $34.00 USD Team Name: It was one of the most exciting seasons in recent memory. In 2015 many long-suffering fans of clubs like the New York Mets, Chicago Cubs, Houston Astros, and Kansas City Royals enjoyed watching their clubs play winning baseball unlike any they’ve seen in recent years. The Kansas City Royals emerged victorious, hoisting the World Series trophy for the first time in 30 years, but who will come out on top in YOUR replay?   … Continue reading

1982 California Angels Update Through August 19

This California Angels replay is a part of a larger project, replaying seasons from various eras of Reggie Jackson‘s career. I call this collection of replays “The Reggie! Project.” 1977 New York Yankees 1982 California Angels 1973 Oakland A’s 1969 New York Mets Obviously, Reggie Jackson never played for the New York Mets, but the 1969 replay will be a “What If” project, asking the question: What if the Mets had drafted Reggie Jackson intead of Steve Chilcott in 1966? The 1977 Yankees replay began in early 2013 and was completed on Christmas Day, 2013. Reggie’s stats from that season: … Continue reading

UPDATE: Winter 2014-15 Print Edition

I expected to have Issue #3 (Winter 2014-15) of Print Edition available for subscribers by January 1st. Obviously that deadline has come and gone. I’d love to say I have a great excuse, but I really don’t. It was just your standard stuff that put me behind schedule: holidays, kids, life in general. On the bright side, this is shaping up to be the best issue yet! If everything works out right, subscribers should have the pdf version in their email inbox no later than Monday morning, and print versions will be hitting mailboxes later next week. Issue #3 … Continue reading