New Fantasy Baseball Web Site


It was 1996, and B.J. Surhoff never looked better.

Friends, I have seen the future, and the future is now. It comes with hyperlinks, tab-delimited tables, and bulleted lists. It comes in typefaces with dignified names, like Times New Roman and Courier New. It comes fast and it changes on a dime, provided you click reload often. It’s called the World Wide Web, and it will forever explode your notions of possibility.

I went down this rabbit hole this morning, and before I knew it, I’d spent hours “browsing” through the steamy jungle of fresh content. I felt the thrill of connection, the rush of information overload, and the power of leaving my fantasy competitors and their mouldering boxscores in my cybernetic dust. Here is what I learned:

Readers, the time has come — get online or get left behind! If you’re looking for help getting connected, just give me a call. I’m sure I could spare an AOL Free Trial CD-ROM.

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  1. cass says:

    How am I going to call you? I’m on the road right now. No access to a phone. Who do you think I am, Banknotes Harper?

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  2. olethros says:

    “He gave us a lift – another big bat,” staff ace Ken Hill says. “We needed it when Will Clark and Mickey Tettleton were out. He delivered.”

    Wow. I’m rather glad I missed most of the latter half of the baseball 90s in pursuit of booze, drugs, and coeds.

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  3. harpago17 says:

    I learned that Eric Young, 2b, COL is something called a “sleeper”!

    Also, that there was once a baseball player named Jayhawk Owens. History is sadder for his failure to turn into a perennial All-Star.

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  4. The Return of Rambo Diaz says:

    Kruk kinda got his wish with the old BDSSP.

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  5. Brandon Firstname says:

    Just missed the years cutoff for a review of Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey, Jr — A game which I still play at least several times a week with my roommate.

    And I keep rather detailed stats about it too. I’ve been mostly winning lately, although with an inflated BABIP (my .359 opposed to his .323, in our last fourty games). I feel as if presentation and analysis of KGJ stats would make for a (good?) Notgraphs article…

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