Someday I’ll tell you why the blog is called “One for Five.”  In the meantime, this is a brief synopsis of my long history with tabletop sports games.   I invented my first baseball board game at the age of 7.  I really don’t remember any of the details except that it had a spinner on the pitcher’s mound.  I won 3rd place in my school invention contest in the games division.  One of the judges was a representative from Mattel.   This is the spot when the whole thing starts to sound a little like the backstory of a labcoat-wearing evil … Continue reading