Sunday, August 28, 2016

All-Time White Sox Updated!

The All-Time White Sox page has been updated!


Saturday, August 27, 2016

All-Time Dodgers have been updated!

The All-Time Los Angeles and Brooklyn Dodgers page is updated!


All-Time Orioles & Browns updated!

The All-Time Orioles & Browns page has been updated!


All-Time Cardinals updated!

The All-Time Cardinals Page is updated.

Teaser:



Friday, August 26, 2016

All-Time Giants updated!

The All-Time San Francisco and New York Giants page has been updated!

Teaser:


Congratulations, 2016 Hall of Fame Inuctees

A couple of Special Edition Cards to honor the 2016 Hall of Fame Inductees:


Thursday, August 25, 2016

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

All-Time Tigers Updated!

The 2016 Detroit Tigers All-Time All-Star page have been updated.

Here is the teaser, page-1:



Tuesday, August 23, 2016

All-Time Yankees have been updated!

The 2016 New York Yankee All-Time All-Stars are now posted.  Here is a sample of the first sheet:



























BTW - while there are only graphics showing now, I will post a compilation of each player's career totals with the team, on each page, once the 2016 season has ended.  That's also why I holding off on the expansion clubs as well - those are likely to change by seasons end, whereas for the most part the older teams are basically set, though I'm keeping an eye out for any players that are within a win (WAR) of making the cut.

Getting back to the original purpose...

OK, so admittedly, it's been a LONG time since I've written anything even VAGUELY related to All-Time All-Star Teams.  And regrettably, the original project proved to be WAY more of a time-suck that I had anticipated.  But with the 2016 season winding to a close, I've been bitten by the All-Time All-Star bug again.  And this time, I'm going for something a little simpler. HOPEFULLY by opening day, 2017, I'll have all 40 teams done in this new format, plus the two All-Time, All-Star teams.

For now, I'm mainly going to do graphical posts, essentially mimicking baseball cards of my own design. The first such team to use this new format is my own favorite (or course) the All-Time Boston Red Sox.  And their old page (accessible vie the link on the Right) now has forty baseball "cards" on it that look like this:


Each of the five graphics contains eights cards. If downloaded in full resolution and printed out (though I have no idea why you would do that, but go right ahead) they would (in theory) print such that each card will end up 3.5" x 2.5", just as most modern baseball cards do.

My PLAN will be to do an update each off-season, but... Let's just see if I can finish this one first, shall we?

Oh, and there will still be pages hosting pics from my PCAction Baseball Replays, but I'll still try to keep up with this project.  I cranked out the Red Sox in one night, and it should only get easier now, right? lol

Saturday, August 20, 2016