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Baseball Mogul Online

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Platform: PC
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Baseball Mogul Online review

Reviewed August 25, 2003

sgreenwell says: "Programmers of baseball management games must make a decision between two paths early in development. The first option is to faithfully reproduce all the nuances of real baseball management - hiring coaches, setting up minor league teams, drafting amateur players, etc. The second option focuses upon the “important” aspects, such as setting major league lineups and pitching rotations, letting a computer AI handle complex decisions. "
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