1960 Opening Day: Tigers at Indians

Reversing the Curse of Rocky Colavito: Game 1 By Brian Mesenger Fitting in a world where the trade of Rocky Colavito for Harvey Kuehn has been reversed, returning the Indians power hitter to Cleveland, the 1960 season opened with Kuenn back in a Tigers uniform, leading off game one in his once-and-no-longer-future home Cleveland Municipal... Continue Reading →

2018 Opening Day: Indians at Mariners

By Nate Edwards There's nothing like opening day in the Major Leagues. Everything is new. This opening day for 2018 playing OOTP19 is brand new for me. This is the first time I've played a season where I'm not managing every game. I'm sitting in the virtual general manager's box watching Terry Francona make all... Continue Reading →

Morris to the…rescue?

Jack Morris to the rescue? Well, not so much. With so many injuries to the pitching staff, the Expos tried to plug some holes through free agency, signing veterans David West and the 41-year-old Morris on June 9. We are now in July and the Expos have fallen to 16 games behind Atlanta in the... Continue Reading →

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