Monday, February 17, 2014

Brushback Baseball Simulation #Ad

Disclosure: I was compensated in exchange for sharing my opinions of Brushback Baseball. As always, this post contains my honest opinions.

This winter seems like it will never end, but spring training is just around the corner. Are you or someone in your house a baseball fanatic? If so, then you may want to check out Brushback Baseball. Brushback Baseball is an online baseball simulator that enables the user to create and develop/train multiple players or teams.

The process of creating a player reminded me of creating/rolling for new character in Dungeons and Dragons. Owners are able to build a player based on a variety of baseball-related attributes such as speed, base-running ability, hitting power, plate presence, bat control, etc.

Player attributes can be improved via “training sessions” that are made available by gaining experience points as games are played/simulated on a weekly basis.

You can play Brushback in multiple ways – the first is to create individual players and work to get them placed on various CPU or human-owned teams. The second way is to build/develop your own team and face off against other human owned teams in the Brushback League.

One of Brushback’s coolest features is the promotion/demotion aspect of league play. Owners start out in developmental level and can eventually work their way up to the Pro level. Using the same relegation system as European soccer, teams can rise up and drop down the leagues depending on their performance during the year.

Just from my short exposure to Brushback, I can see how it would be extremely addictive (and a major time waster!). It seems to be a very interesting and viable alternative to the typical fantasy baseball formats.

Disclosure: I was compensated in exchange for sharing my opinions of Brushback Baseball. As always, this post contains my honest opinions.

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