In the final game of the season’s opening series, Jacob deGrom will start for us against South Bend’s Jason Bere. I’m going to shuffle my lineup a little bit. Eddie Mathews is getting the day off. Lindor will hit in… Read More ›
Game 2 Matchup: Boise Rumble Ponies @ South Bend Cubs Starting Lineups below with career numbers for each player against the opposing starter. Let’s take a look at the player profiles for today’s starters. Starting for us today is 26… Read More ›
Opening Day Matchup: Boise Rumble Ponies @ South Bend Cubs Starting Lineups (with overall rating of each player out of 80 in parenthesis): Boise Rumble Ponies CF Danny Arias (69) LF Buster Hoover (57) RF Lou Gehrig (72) 3B Eddie… Read More ›
With the 2017 World Series officially over (and what a World Series it was!), I need an offseason outlet for my love of the game. So, I invite you to follow me on my journey in OOTP 18 as the GM and Manager of the Boise Rumble Ponies.
Bryce Harper and Josh Donaldson had monster years. With 83 home runs, 222 RBIs, 79 doubles, 240 runs, and 356 hits between the two of them, they had almost as much offensive production as the Atlanta Braves did… Read More ›
If you were the GM of your favorite team, who would you rather sign this offseason?
Baseballessential.com estimates that the starting point for a David Price free agent contract would be around $210M over 7 years, and probably closer to $215M. Let’s stay conservative and go with $210M, which equates to $30M per year for those… Read More ›
“Some scouts are predicting stardom, while others think he’ll be only an average regular. I’d split the difference on those projections. Projects to be a .310 hitter. Has all-star power potential.” Would you get excited about a scouting report like… Read More ›
The San Diego Padres have been wheelin’ and dealin’ over the past week, picking up an entirely new outfield. First it was Matt Kemp from the Dodgers, then it was Wil Myers from the Rays, and today, it has been… Read More ›
Archie pitched for the New York Jet Hawks in the American League of OOTP15. He went 19-10 with a 3.65 ERA in 32 games. He was named Pitcher of The Year in the American League.