Three members of the OOTP Developments team — creator and lead developer Markus Heinsohn, co-developer Matt Arnold, and Chief Marketing Officer Rich Grisham — attended this year’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game and All-Star Home Run Derby in Washington, DC. They spent some time letting us know how the trip went.
The 2015 Major League Baseball playoffs have arrived, and the first stop involves the American League and National League Wild Card play-in games. We simmed tonight’s game between the host New York Yankees and Houston Astros five times with Out of the Park Baseball 16’s Simulation Module and compiled the results. You’ll find the outcomes below.
Yes, we’ll be simming tomorrow night’s National League Wild Card play-in game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs, as well as the rest of the playoff series.
The American League and National League rosters are set for the 2015 All-Star Game to be played on July 14 at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The pundits have weighed in with their thoughts, but we decided to sim the game in Out of the Park Baseball 16 and get a glimpse of what might happen. The National League won a 10-inning thriller with a two-out walk-off hit by the Los Angeles Dodgers’ young phenom, Joc Pederson. Read on for all the details.
By the way, if you’re intrigued, OOTP 16 is 50% off now through July 15. For just $19.99, you can guide your favorite Major League Baseball team through unlimited seasons of championship chasing: Sign free agents, trade players, negotiate contract extensions, run the June draft, set lineups and your pitching assignments, call the shots from the dugout, and much more. The game is also an official Major League Baseball and Minor League Baseball licensee, so you’ll enjoy authentic team and league logos all the way down through the minors.
The mobile version, MLB Manager 2015 for iOS and Android, is $1.99, or 60% off, for the All-Star break.