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Desc:Apparently he intends to play through the entire 1973 Red Sox season like this.
Category:Sports, Horror
Tags:baseball, board game, Dice, nothing happens, hobbies of the damned
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Comment count is 9
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2017-06-27
Hey I'm starting to get the hang of this game! The blerns are loaded, the count's three blerns and two anti-blerns and the infield blern rule is in effect, right?
jangbones - 2017-06-27
the best answer

Anaxagoras - 2017-06-27
These are for the "Hobbies of the damned" tag.

Somebody activate that tag, stat!
jangbones - 2017-06-27
a baseball game taking one hour, yeah right
Raggamuffin - 2017-06-27
this is how fast baseball would be if they didn't have to fix their gloves constantly and if the pitchers didn't just slowly walk in a big circle in between every pitch.

exy - 2017-06-27
I really hope he got the rule wrong that the green d6 tells him which d10 to use for the tens place. That is the most pointless rule imaginable. Then again, it is about baseball...
sasazuka - 2017-06-27
I'd probably watch a full vid if he did one match against the Montreal Expos but I suppose this is 1973 so there's no inter-league matchups before the World Series and I don't think there's any way the '73 'Spos can make the World Series even in alternate history baseball roleplaying.
crasspm - 2017-06-28
i'm envious of this guy extracting so much enjoyment from this
chumbucket - 2017-06-29
Stars for his ham handed intro.
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