I replayed this game tonight, using Payoff Pitch Baseball, the only system where I have the 1977 season.
August 29, 1977: White Sox @ Indians, Cleveland Stadium
Final from Cleveland Stadium:
It didn’t quite turn out the same way, no home run by Duane Kuiper, but still a win for Rick Waits and the Indians.
I rerolled Kuiper’s first at-bat about 50 times, just to see if I could get the right combo (4 on 2d6 from the pitcher’s card, followed by 1-3 on d100 from the batter’s card) but it never rolled that way.
Congratulations on the 40th anniversary of the one career home run, Duane Kuiper. That’s one more than I’ll ever hit in my lifetime.
Yeah, this never has worked for me: setting up a schedule for what to play on any given day.
I had a table that I rolled dice one to try to determine what game I would play on a given night. Didn’t work, never stuck to it, and it was edited many times as I finished a given replay.
I want to try to organize my play between sports games and war games, so maybe I should just alternate my weekly focus from one to the other, because I’ve actually found myself frozen into inaction as I try to decide between the two hobbies. I end up doing neither and spending too much time online or wallowing in my own indecision.
So starting this week, I’ll continue with the war games (Bataan! is my primary focus), and switch to sports next week, just in time for the big racing day of 2017 (Monaco GP/Indy 500/World 600), which happens to fall on my sister’s birthday. Focus will be on baseball and (of course) racing games.