William Gregory plots out what the next round of MLB Expansion may look like in this iteration of M-SABR’s Out of the Park Experiments.
The 2021 Baltimore Orioles in NPB: An OOTP Experiment
The Orioles have been ostracized ever since their rebuild phase began, so much so that many suggested that they get expelled or relegated. But what happens if they do and play a season in the NPB? William Gregory examines.
Phil Coke and the Quest for 512 Wins: A Longform OOTP Experiment
Cy Young’s 511 wins are the most unbreakable record in baseball, unless Phil Coke has something to say about it.
Could 25 Phil Cokes Win the Pecos League? An OOTP Simulation
A couple years ago, using the baseball management sim Out of the Park Baseball, I showed that a team of 25 Phil Cokes would be absolutely terrible if they played a full season in the major leagues. That’s not exactly… Read More ›
If Mike Trout Played His Entire Career in the Pecos League: An OOTP Experiment
Does Mike Trout have a chance to be the GOAT? Cam Cain takes another OOTP deep dive and discovers that the answer to that question in the Pecos League is a resounding yes.
Could Barry Bonds save the ’62 Mets? An OOTP Simulation
Could one player lead the worst team of all time to glory?
A League of Phil Coke in OOTP
It’s Phil Coke’s world, and we’re all just living in it.
If Mike Trout Played the Rest of His Career in Korea: An OOTP Simulation
Photo credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports As we all know, Mike Trout is the best player in the major leagues, but how well would he fare in the Far East?
A Team of 25 Christian Bethancourts in OOTP
(Photo: Joe Nicholson / USA Today Sports) Can the Padres’ Pitcher/Catcher carry a team by playing every position? Spoiler: No
Philadelphia Coke: A Team of 25 Phil Cokes in OOTP
by Cam Cain How well would a team do if all 25 of its players were mediocre relievers?