15 COMMENTS

  1. “WHO ELSE IS WATCHING THIS WHILE BEING STUCK AT HOME BECAUSE OF CORONA💸
    (ɪ’ᴍ ɢɪŦᴛɪɴɢ ᴇᴠᴇʀʏᴏɴᴇ ᴡʜᴏ 𝘚ᴜʙ𝘚 ᴛᴏ ᴍᴇ)🛎

  2. Wow. Video games are getting better and better. As a fan, I love playing a computer baseball game. I started with Atari baseball, Earl Weaver Baseball, and now MLB The Show.

  3. It looks pretty good, but I can’t help but think it would be improved if one could separate the old Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants from their modern Californian descendants, as Paul Moehringer does in his all-time teams on fangraphs. Mike Piazza doesn’t belong in an all-time Brooklyn team any more than Jackie Robinson belongs in a Los Angeles team. (And Mookie Betts, who has yet to do anything as a Dodger, doesn’t belong in either, although I daresay he will one day.) If the all-time teams have to be attached to modern teams, it would make more sense to me to go with a city-centric, rather than franchise-centric, approach, so that the old Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants players went to the Mets (as did their fans), and the Washington Nationals would have Senators players like Joe Cronin and Walter Johnson. My preference would be for Moehringer’s method, but if someone designs a game that solves that problem wither way, I’ll buy it.

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