Yes, that’s former Los Angeles Dodgers catcher and current LA Angels manager Mike Scioscia between two smiling kids. That photo was snapped in 1990, and the kid on the left is Scott Andes, who went on to become such a respected blogger that he was able to earn press credentials and meet and interview many Dodger players and other luminaries.
Of course, Andes’ love of baseball also led to his discovery of Out of the Park Baseball in 2016, when he launched his newest site, LA Dodger Report. He recalls: “I played OOTP because I love simulated baseball games that are realistic where you can begin a campaign/season and build your own roster.
“OOTP was one of the most if not the most realistic computer simulated baseball games I have ever played. It gets pretty addicting especially when you get deep into the season. You can make trades, sign players, build and tweak your roster and the game play is fantastic.”