sports writers coast to coast are raving about ...
The 2010 World Series played live at AT&T Park and
The Ball Park at Arlington with DYNASTY League Baseball Online
The 2010 All-Star Game played by Steve Gardner and
Mike Cieslinski with the new DYNASTY League Baseball Online version.
USA TODAY Sports Weekly Fantasy columnist Steve Gardner gives a first
person look at what it is like to play in an Official DYNASTY League
Baseball Online version continuous draft league. You'll also enjoy a
look back at the start of Pursue the Pennant and DYNASTY League Baseball.
USA TODAY Baseball Editor Steve
Gardner and Mike Cieslinski pre-played each game of the 2009 World Series
with some amazingly realistic results.
Box scores, game
summaries and screen shots are included in the
USA TODAY Baseball Fantasy Windup blog
USA TODAY was able to
write the game headlines before the actual game was played!
Screen shot below is from the new
Baseball Online version that was used to play each game face to face
live over the internet.
Final out of the October 3, 1982 season finale clinching AL East title for
Brewers played with the upcoming DYNASTY League Baseball Online version.
October 17, 2009
Simulation set to reveal 2009 World Series results,
but first, the
Brewers are at the Orioles
for the October 3, 1982 finale with Don Sutton facing Jim Palmer for all the
Baseball Daily Digest
January 25, 2010
Joe Hamrahi interviews Michael Cieslinski to talk about the development
of his fascinating baseball simulation Dynasty
Toronto Blue Jays FAN 590 Radio host
Mike Wilner talks about
DYNASTY League Baseball and our 2009 World Series pre-play.
July 13, 2009
What if they really played the All-Star Game to win?
Baseball Simulation Determines ESPN.com Greatest Teams Tournament
Winner: 1957 Milwaukee Braves
Landmark Baseball Simulation Game Lets You Pre-play Each Game of the
2006 World Series: CBS plays out Series
REVIEW Dynasty League
TODAY Sports Weekly's Devin Clancy reviews the Dynasty League Baseball
Windows version in the May 16-22, 2007 issue.
Devin Clancy's review
features a deja vu bloody sock game from Game 6 of the 2004 Yankees vs. Red
In Hobby Games: The 100 Best, the top designers, authors, and
publishers in the hobby games field write about the most enjoyable and
cleverly designed games of the last fifty years.
League Baseball is selected among the 100 Best Games of the last 50 years
and is reviewed by William W. Connors.
Steve Lopez takes an in-depth look at the successor to the
Pursue the Pennant Baseball Board Game and Baseball Computer Game. Includes
views of the 1982 Paul Molitor and Dennis Martinez player cards as well as
a description of how the game is played.
"I have received the 3rd edition charts and played my first game which I
enjoyed greatly. I find your layout very easy to grasp and realistic.
years I played the old Pursue the Pennant computer game now called (....) which is very accurate and has pitch by
pitch options, but it left me wanting more. Your web page nailed it on the head
quote from your friend Dave about not wanting magic and the need
for transparency. I have tried other games (.....) (fun and has a nice
grassroots gamer base but weak realism) and the (.....) computer game
(excellent but pricey--after reading their super advance rules there is no
way I would attempt their board game).
I will be playing a greatest
team tournament while I am on the road
covering stories for ESPN. Congratulations on a great game and even
Andrew Lockett - ESPN Outside the lines Producer
A look back at the start of Pursue the Pennant and the
core game design of DYNASTY
League Baseball. The Sporting News Executive News Editor Bob McCoy reports in his Keeping Score column
on what might have happened in the 1985 World
Series between the Kansas City Royals and St. Louis Cardinals.
This Dynasty has
everything, and then some
"Cieslinski developed the
board game Pursue the Pennant, which was an amazingly lifelike representation of baseball.
DYNASTY League Baseball, which is available as both a board game and a computer
game, is even better."
The DYNASTY League Baseball
Game and Baseball Board Game version of the 1982 World Series between St. Louis and
Journal Sentinel column and review by Michael Bauman
Michael Bauman MLB.com and
Milwaukee Journal columnist
New board game is a fan's dream
New board game is a fan's
dream "Pursue the Pennant" : Baseball's Monopoly?
Milwaukee Journal columnist Michael Bauman reports on Baseball's
Monopoly on realism
Yanks Control Board
Milwaukee Journal columnist Michael
Bauman plays with Mike Cieslinski in a game in the visitors dugout that
left us all smiling
Arizona Diamondbacks Official
"DYNASTY League Baseball is, without contest, the most realistic
baseball simulation on the market today."
Publications Editor Greg Salvatore reviews DYNASTY as the 2001
Diamondbacks square off vs. the 2001 Red Sox.
July 2004 Edition of Diamondbacks Magazine. Official Publication
of the Diamondbacks sold at Bank One Ball Park.
Game Puts Baseball On Board
USA TODAY Baseball writer Chuck
Johnson reports on
DYNASTY League Baseball in the Sports People
Magazine's Top 100
Games Magazines Best New Sports
Game For 1996
Radio Prince Edward Island Canada
Radio Host Dave Holland talks about DYNASTY League Baseball,
"the epitome of baseball board games" and the Cleveland vs. Atlanta 1994 World
Louis Post Dispatch
St. Louis Post Dispatch columnist Kathleen Nelson:
Herzog meets Tony LaRussa in a 1982 vs. 2000 match-up.
Friday June 23, 2000
Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post
Dispatch and Mathew Leach of MLB.com hook up for a
St. Louis Globe Democrat
He made it with a roll of
Mike Rappaport reports on a crucial Pennant Race match-up between the 1985
Cardinals and Mets
October 17, 1985
Dynasty League Baseball fever: Catch it
Naples Daily News columnist
Ron Hartman shares his experience playing DYNASTY League Baseball during an Orioles
vs. Twins Spring Training game.
Take Me Out to the
Michael Friedman discusses realism
in baseball computer games in the
FASTBALL.COM review of DYNASTY League Baseball