Let me say right off the bat that I'm no Ring Lardner, Roger Angell, or even Robert Christgau when it comes to baseball writing. Take me to a sports bar in the summer and before long I'll be asking, "Who's on first, what's on second?" (Nyuk nyuk nyuk!) America's game is slow and emphasizes stats, making it one of the least accessible displays of rampant steroid abuse. And yet I'm genuinely sold on a disc that's stacked with every MLBPA member and minor-league team, has a hyper-realistic bead on baseball's fundamental mechanics, and encourages you to sim your way through a season as manager. By putting the game's history (over 50 Hall of Famers, to... More >>>