Back in the days of Sega Genesis and VHS tapes, one of my favorite games was World Series Baseball. I remember it being one of the first sports games I ever played where you could trade players to different teams. Of course, I took the liberty of making the Red Sox look more like an All-Star roster. Kenny Lofton was the leadoff man. Mark McGwire batted cleanup. Pudge Rodriguez in the nine hole. Greg Maddux was at the front end of the rotation and Robb Nen would come in to close games. To get these guys, I traded away what was a decent, but not great Red Sox roster at the time. In todayÆs video games, you canÆt fleece the computer like you used to. And much to the chagrin of Red Sox Nation, Theo Epstein canÆt trick other general managers into making one-sided trades. With Jason Bay telli ...
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