No one ever wants to hear about another person's fantasy team. By that same rule, we can probably assume that no one wants to hear about another person's baseball simulation. I'm hoping you stay with me a bit as I go through mine.
I like to play Out of the Park baseball, which is the best baseball simulation game on the market. I have MLB: The Show for Playstation, which is a great baseball game. But if you want to take over a team and act as the GM, there is nothing better than OOTP. It's purely about making moves, building a team, and managing that team if you wish.
I don't like to play as the Pirates, for the simple reason that it can frustrate me. OOTP does a fantastic job keeping track of every player in baseball, along with having most prospects involved. But it would be imposs...
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