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
The picture below was posted by Robinson Cano on his Instagram account today. My Spanish is only ok, but I’ll attempt to translate (any native speakers, please correct me if I’m wrong): [Andujar’s loss is] a great sadness for all fans of baseball, especially Dominicans. But much more than that, we had the honor of sharing closely with you and learning from your example. You always said that I was going to make the big leagues, and I learned enough from you that I will always live with gratitude for you. Rest in peace. Un gran dolor para todos los … Continue reading
The Basic side of this card was originally posted on 9-24-2014. I’m reposting now thanks to a gracious OneForFive.com reader by the name of John McTernan who was kind enough to send a scan of the Advanced side. This is the infamous and obscure 1985 Pat Clements card. This card was mistakenly not included in the original set that was released in 86, but Strat-O-Matic Games provided it to anyone who wrote a letter to the company and asked for it. Because of the circumstances, very few of these cards ever went into circulation.
This post from November, 2011 on the topic of Len Durrant’s Japanese League Hall of Famers and Heroes set compatible with Strat-O-Matic Baseball continues to be one of the most popular items ever posted to this blog. Though Durrant has long since abandoned the MyOpera site that used to keep so many of his great contributions to the hobby, the Japanese HoF/Heroes cards can still be found circulating among gamers [email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to be pointed in the right direction]. ALEX RAMIREZ AT BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM
Strat is currently running a promotion, wherein if you send in a picture of your collection to email@example.com, you’ll receive 25% off any single card set. Here is (most of) my collection! Hockey 2012-13 Pro Football (1980, 1984, 1989 6-team sets, a few 2010 and various other teams) Baseball 2013 set Basketball 1987-88 set Baseball – about 20 random teams (this is the box I grab when I want to take the game on the road) Baseball 2011 set 42 Old Timer Teams 2012 Baseball 1961, 1920, 1934, 1977 1959 1978 (super-advanced), 1965, 1955, 1988 (NL Only) 1996 (8 teams … Continue reading