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Baseball Current Edition Cards


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Baseball Current Edition Cards


  • Houston Strong: Like a hurricane, Astros storm to the first World Series title in Texas
  • Power Supply: Fueled by rookies, sluggers shatter MLB home-run record
  • High Heat: Sale, Kluber, Kimbrel, Jansen set strikeout records

 Between them, the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers had played 100 seasons without a World Series title, but the inspired and inspiring young Astros slugged their way to the crown, capping one of the wildest Major League seasons ever and giving relief to the Houston victims of Hurricane Harvey.



Baseball Current Edition Cards & Additional Players


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Baseball Current Edition Cards & Additional Players


  • Houston Strong: Like a hurricane, Astros storm to the first World Series title in Texas
  • Power Supply: Fueled by rookies, sluggers shatter MLB home-run record
  • High Heat: Sale, Kluber, Kimbrel, Jansen set strikeout records

 Between them, the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers had played 100 seasons without a World Series title, but the inspired and inspiring young Astros slugged their way to the crown, capping one of the wildest Major League seasons ever and giving relief to the Houston victims of Hurricane Harvey.



1968 Baseball Cards


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1968 Baseball Cards


  • 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)

 Enhanced with super-advanced features, the 1968 Major League season is re-created in time for the 50th anniversary of The Year of the Pitcher. In this memorable season, Detroit’s Denny McLain was the last to win 30 games (31-6, 1.96). Bob Gibson registered a miniscule 1.12 ERA in a year when seven qualifying pitchers had sub-2.00 ERAs.



1968 Baseball Season Roster


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1968 Baseball Season Roster


  • 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)

 Enhanced with super-advanced features, the 1968 Major League season is re-created in time for the 50th anniversary of The Year of the Pitcher. In this memorable season, Detroit’s Denny McLain was the last to win 30 games (31-6, 1.96). Bob Gibson registered a miniscule 1.12 ERA in a year when seven qualifying pitchers had sub-2.00 ERAs.



Hall of Fame 2018 Baseball Roster


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Hall of Fame 2018 Baseball Roster


  • 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

 One of the most exciting and comprehensive Strat-O-Matic compilations ever, the Hall of Fame 2018 roster includes every Hall of Fame member ever inducted as a player.  Create your dream matchups between players from different teams, leagues and eras, only with the Strat-O-Matic Hall of Fame 2018 set.



2017 Career Historical Roster


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2017 Career Historical Roster


  •  Every player ever to appear in a Major League game!
  • New, lower price
  • Updated for 2017 stats

 More is better: About 14,000 players allow you to assemble teams in whatever combination you can imagine. Ratings reflect the career records for every player who has played through the latest completed MLB season. Each player’s career has been weighted statistically by the era he played in. That allows players throughout history to compete on an even playing field. Once sold for $99, the price has been reduced to let more gamers enjoy this unique way to learn baseball history.

 



2017 Japanese League Baseball Season Roster


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2017 Japanese League Baseball Season Roster


  • 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

 NOTE: Although the statistics cited in this blurb and on the SOM rosters are the actual Japanese statistics, the player cards are computed by using Major League equivalences. 

 



1969 Japanese League Baseball Season Roster


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1969 Japanese League Baseball Season Roster


  • 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

 NOTE: Although the statistics cited in this blurb and on the SOM rosters are the actual Japanese statistics, the player cards are computed by using Major League equivalences. 

 



1916 Negro League Baseball Season Roster


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1916 Negro League Baseball Season Roster


  • 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

 The class of the six-team Negro League was Rube Foster’s Chicago’s American Giants. Pro-rated to a 150-game season, the Giants went 88-62 to overcome the talented New York Lincolns (84-66). Foster, the so-called "millionaire" manager of the American Giants, began 1916 with bold plans for an all-black third "major" league, to take the place left by the demise of the Federal League.



1936 Negro League Baseball Season Roster


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1936 Negro League Baseball Season Roster


  • 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

 In a 10-team league pro-rated to a 144-game schedule, the Pittsburgh Crawfords (85-59) were the strongest of a congested first division, holding off the Kansas City Monarchs (82-62), Homestead Grays (80-64), and New York Black Yankees (78-66).

 



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