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  • Tiger Tales: Detroit, down 3 games to 1, stuns Cardinals to win World Series
  • Year of the Pitcher: Denny McLain last to win 30 (31-6); Bob Gibson’s 1.12 ERA
  • Batting Titles: Pete Rose: .335; Carl Yastrzemski: .301 (American League: .230)
  • Officially licensed by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum®!
  • Includes every member of the Hall of Fame inducted as a player through 2018
  • Rated for basic, advanced and super-advanced play
  •  Every player ever to appear in a Major League game!
  • New, lower price
  • Updated for 2017 stats
  • Sacred Numbers: Fukuoaka Hawks win third Nippon Series in seven seasons
  • Believers: Yokohama BayStars shake loser label, reach Series
  • Savior: Record-setting relief pitcher is an MVP
  • They Might Be Giants: MVP Oh, Nagashima dominate for champion Yomiuri
  • War in the Pacific: Hankyu wins the most, but narrowly edges Kintetsu
  • Black Mist Scandal: Players on nine teams implicated for throwing games; six banned for life
  • Baltimore rules the East; KC tops Chicago in the West
  • Blackball Stars: 5 HOFers, 8 more from Negro League Stars set, 17 future Major Leaguers
  • Heavy Hitters: Willard Brown leads four sluggers with 1.000-plus OPS
  • Franchise Legends: Pittsburgh Crawfords best Kansas City Monarchs, Homestead Grays
  • Blackball Stars: 20 Hall of Famers and 39 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • The Black Babe Ruth: Josh Gibson hits .350 with 42 HR
  • Bold Ambition: Rube Foster envisions third major league, settles for Negro League crown
  • Blackball Stars: 8 Hall of Famers, 18 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • The Best: Schoolboy Johnson wins 31; top hitters Louis Santop, Jimmie Lyons, Blainey Hall
  • Birth of Major League Baseball: SOM now has created 1871-present
  • First Champs: Philadelphia Athletics with Levi Meyerle (.492 BA)
  • Dandy Debuts: Future HOF Cap Anson, Al Spalding, Deacon White, George and HarryWright
  • Every current Major League Stadium
  • Full-color high resolution photos in view from above and behind home plate
  • Optional add-on
  • Time travel to historic stadiums no longer in use
  • Ideal for replays of classic seasons
  • Optional add-on
  • 108 cards for 103 Negro League stars
  • Strat-O-Matic exclusives: Lefty-righty breakdowns, ballpark effects, much more
  • 1st SOM cards for legendary Josh Gibson, Cool Papa Bell, Oscar Charleston
  • Revolutionary: A roster compatible with SOM’s HOF, Heroes, Negro stars players
  • League of Their Own: 133 stars from the 1962-2013 Cuba National Series
  • The Strat-O Way: At last, appreciate Linares, Mesa, Lazo, Kindelan and Yulieski Gourriel
  • All the teams from Strat-O-Matic’s six Oldtimer card sets
  • Totally baseball: The Game from 1905 through 1967
  • Plus 80 Hall of Fame players
  • 117 More Stars of the Past Based on Best 7 Seasons
  • Future Hall of Famers: Derek Jeter, Chipper Jones, Mariano Rivera, more
  • Good-Bye, Hello: Recently retired stars David Ortiz, Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira
  • 117 sure-fire Hall of Famers, tarnished stars and near-misses
  • Maddux and Griffey, Clemens and Bonds, Santo and Oliva
  • Great addition to your Hall of Fame and Negro League rosters
  • Cubs WIN!  Top Tribe in ultimate underdog World Series
  • Feel the Power: Near-record HRs vs. record-setting strikeout pitchers
  • Fond Farewells: Big Papi, Teixeira, A-Rod, Prince Fielder, Jose Fernandez
  • Sushi Power! A bit of lore to go with Nippon Ham Fighters’ Nippon Series victory
  • Carp Flounder: Cubs-like dream unfulfilled for Hiroshima
  • Major League Watch: Dual-threat Shohei Otani blazes way to Pacific League MVP
  • Royals Reign: KC conquers Mets for first WS win in 30 years
  • Underdogs Rise: Cubs, Pirates, Blue Jays, Astros reach new heights
  • Youth Movement: Harper, Correa, Bryant leading sizzling cast of young stars
  • For the birds: Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks defeat Tokyo Yakult Swallows in Nippon Series
  • Hit man: Seibu Lions’ Shogo Akiyama (.324) breaks single-season hit record
  • Big league: Rosters have 49 former Major Leaguers and future Dodger pitcher Kenta Maeda
  • Giant Step: San Francisco establishes a modern dynasty
  • Royal Highness: Kansas City wins the AL pennant for first time in 29 years
  • Doubly Dominant: Dodgers’ Kershaw wins NL Cy Young and MVP
  • Hanshin shocks Yomiuri in Central playoffs, then Fukuoka Hawks win Nippon Series
  • 46 former Major Leaguers mix with Japanese stars of today
  • Twice as nice: Rated to play as two six-team divisions or with the 2014 Major League
  • Seeing Red: Boston’s worst-to-first Red Sox conquer St. Louis’ Redbirds in the World Series
  • Comebacks: Pittsburgh and Kansas City are winners again; Chris Davis whacks 53 HR
  • Roar: Tigers win AL Central with repeat MVP Cabrera, Cy Young Scherzer 
  • An SOM first: The most recent Japanese season
  • Rising Sons: ex-Major Leaguer Balentien breaks Oh’s HR record; Tanaka goes 24-0
  • Twice as nice: Rated to play as two 6-team divisions or with the 2013 Major League
  • Land of the Giants: San Francisco creates a mini-dynasty with 2nd Series win in 3 years
  • Really: Cabrera’ Triple Crown (1st in 45 years); Trout’s all-time great debut; 7 no-hitters
  • It’s Unbelievable: Most Yankee HRs ever; 1st Mets no-hitter; Nats win most of all
  • Cardiac Cardinals: Classic comebacks capture NL crown, then World Series championship
  • Season of the Pitch: Verlander, Kershaw win pitching Triple Crowns in year of record Ks
  • Brains and Braun: Small-ball tactics, slugging MVP Ryan Braun lead offenses
  • Yes! Yes! Texas reaches its first World Series and San Francisco wins its first
  • No-No: Halladay throws two of the season’s six no-hitters in Year of the Pitcher
  • Young and Younger: Hamilton, Votto MVPs in season with lustrous rookie class
  • Return to power: Yanks’ homers, starting pitchers rule baseball
  • Return ticket: Phils make back-to-back World Series for first time in franchise history
  • Return to glory: Pujols repeats as MVP, Lincecum as Cy Young
  • New champ: Phillies win first Series since '80
  • New light: Rays rise from cellar to AL pennant
  • New teams: Ramirez .396 for LA, Sabathia 11-2, 1.65 for Brewers
  • Red Sox win second Series in four years
  • "Rocktober": Colorado Rockies race to their first pennant
  • HR king Bonds passes Aaron
  • A great country: 83-win Cardinals win World Series
  • Tigers revive, win AL pennant
  • Young stars: Ryan Howard (58 HR), Joe Mauer (.347)
  • White Sox win first World Series since 1917
  • Astros make it to Series first time in 44th year
  • Texas sets HR record (260)
  • Bambino’s curse ends: Red Sox win Series
  • Bonds wins 7th MVP, Clemens 7th Cy Young
  • Braves win 10th straight division title
  • Kids rule: Young Marlins shock Yankees in Series
  • Jinx intact: Cubs lose ball to fan, chance at Series
  • Bonds wins record third-straight MVP, A-Rod his first
  • Angels win first World Series
  • A-Rod’s record 57 HR by a shortstop
  • Randy Johnson’s fourth straight Cy Young
  • Barry Bonds’ 73 HR, .863 slugging
  • Johnson, Schilling lead champion Diamondbacks
  • Seattle ties record with 116 wins
  • Yankees win Subway Series
  • Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson: 2nd straight Cy Youngs
  • AL shortstop stars: A-Rod, Jeter, Garciaparra star
  • Team of the Decade: Yankees, not Braves
  • Home Run Derby II: McGwire 65, Sosa 63
  • THE Pedro Martinez: 23-4, 2.07, record 13.2 Ks/9 IP
  • Yankees win 114 and Series
  • McGwire, Sosa HR race revives baseball
  • 1st season for Arizona, Tampa Bay
  • Fish story: 5-year-old Marlins first Wildcard Series winner
  • Inter-league play begins
  • Team homer records fall
  • Back on top: Yanks depose Braves in Series
  • Over the top: Homer records fall
  • To the top: A-Rod batting champ (.358) in 1st full season
  • Hot 'Lanta: Finally, Champs for the South
  • One curse broken: Indians’ first pennant since '54
  • Can’t touch this: Maddux (19-2, 1.63) wins 4th straight Cy Young
  • Darkest hour: Baseball loses a World Series
  • Brightest stars: Gwynn (.394), Bagwell (.368-39-116)
  • Greatest card: Cy Young Maddux’ 16-6, 1.56
  • Carter’s walk-off HR wins Series
  • Jays’ victims: Black Jack’s White Sox, Wild Thing’s Phillies
  • MVPs: Bonds (.336-46-123), Frank Thomas (.317-41-128)
  • Oh, Canada! Toronto wins first pennant, World Series
  • Braves return to Series, come up short again
  • Greg Maddux: 1st of 4 straight Cy Young awards
  • Morris wins 10-inning 1-0 Series Game 7 for Twins
  • Both Series teams were worst-to-first
  • Seriously sick: At age 44, Nolan Ryan’s seventh no-hitter
  • In their dust: Reds brush aside A’s with World Series sweep
  • Outta here: Cecil Fielder first to top 50 HR since ’77
  • Barry Bonds (.301-33-114) wins 1st of 7 MVP awards
  • Shudder: Even earthquake can’t stop A’s
  • Mitchell (47 HR, 125 RBI) + Clark (.333, 117 RBI) = Giants pennant
  • Division champs: Cubs, Jays
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