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Thread: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    Bump.

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    We should start the Hall of Fame back up.
    Neil Walker for MVP

    Jeff Karstens for CY Young

    McKenry for ROY

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    I know this dynasty was old, but the one Oriole^ did, the surf city one should be in here.

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    Been quite some time I see since this thread has been updated, I say bring it back to life, I like seeing people recognized for their hard work and reading some of these awesome dynasties

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    I nominate the Oran and Black (Sox) Dynasty.

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    Thanks for thinking of me

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    So, this Hall of Fame began eight years ago when the forum was much stronger than it is today. Still, I think there's one sim that deserves to be in the Hall of Immortals - and indeed at its head.

    The Orange and Black(Sox) by birdsin89. (1920-1950)

    Follow Charles Aaron as he takes what amounts to an expansion team through the roaring 20s, the Great Depression, a World War and the beginning of the Cold War. Everything about his story is detailed and well researched, from the Baltimore political scene to the Chicago mafia, the effects of society going from boom to bust, the triumph and anguish of family life, and finally facing up to one's legacy and time itself. The greatest story these forums ever told.
    Retired Dynasties I'm Proud of
    To Rule in Kansas City Part I and Part II (Kansas City Royals 1969-73, Hall of Fame)
    Cardinal Sins (St. Louis Cardinals 1976-78) and it's sequel:
    Diverting Destiny (Montreal Expos 1994)
    Script for my Requiem (New Orleans Blues (fictional) 1954)

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    Hear Hear!
    A spin-off dynasty fromThe Orange and Black(Sox)

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by CatKnight View Post
    So, this Hall of Fame began eight years ago when the forum was much stronger than it is today. Still, I think there's one sim that deserves to be in the Hall of Immortals - and indeed at its head.

    The Orange and Black(Sox) by birdsin89. (1920-1950)

    Follow Charles Aaron as he takes what amounts to an expansion team through the roaring 20s, the Great Depression, a World War and the beginning of the Cold War. Everything about his story is detailed and well researched, from the Baltimore political scene to the Chicago mafia, the effects of society going from boom to bust, the triumph and anguish of family life, and finally facing up to one's legacy and time itself. The greatest story these forums ever told.
    I agree.....I have really enjoyed keeping up with it..

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    Quote Originally Posted by CatKnight View Post
    So, this Hall of Fame began eight years ago when the forum was much stronger than it is today. Still, I think there's one sim that deserves to be in the Hall of Immortals - and indeed at its head.

    The Orange and Black(Sox) by birdsin89. (1920-1950)

    Follow Charles Aaron as he takes what amounts to an expansion team through the roaring 20s, the Great Depression, a World War and the beginning of the Cold War. Everything about his story is detailed and well researched, from the Baltimore political scene to the Chicago mafia, the effects of society going from boom to bust, the triumph and anguish of family life, and finally facing up to one's legacy and time itself. The greatest story these forums ever told.
    I don't think we're going to find anybody who disagrees with this.

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    Re: The Baseball Mogul Dynasty Hall of Fame

    Wow guys. Thank you. That's quite an honor, and I'm very glad that you enjoyed the story that much. Admittedly, getting "nominated" by a Hall of Famer himself and one of my inspirations in my writing helps makes it even better. Again thank you all.
    The Orange and Black(Sox) - The Complete Saga

    Part One - The First Ten Long Years: The Orange and Black(Sox)
    Part Two - Ten More Years! (Orange and) Black Times
    The Spin-off Mini-Series: An Orange and Black Shroud

    Part Three - How Long Can This Go On? Charlie's War

    The Spin-Off: Braves New World

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