Dimaond Mind Baseball All Time League (DMB ATL) was founded in December,
had 16 original league members. They were (in alphabetical order): Mike
Scott Carter, Drew Dale, John Dean, Rick Dean, Mark Dewdney, Scott
Douglas, Richard Kruk, Chad Logan, Edward Mortimer, John Mortimer,
Patrick O'Brien, Bill Sager, Larry Schilling, Craig Silvius and Tricia
Walks. In January of 2005 we lost Mike Bush but gained Justin Petronzi
and Lou Poulas. In February of 2005, Joe DiPerri joined us. Then in
March of 2005 we were joined by Jon Brown, John Bruyninckx, Paul Dunn
(for one game period), Steve Nathan, Matthew
George Southerland and Greg
Stillwagon. Then in April of 2005 we lost Patrick O'Brien . . . but
gained him back again in July! During October, 2005, we saw Chad,
Justin, Greg and Patrick depart, while Timothy Laughrey & Michael
Cabell joined us. In December 2005, Rick Dean left, and Jim Hekel,
Andrew Ellis & Mike Gilbert
joined. Then in January of 2006 Sam Murgie replaced Larry Schilling,
while in March, 2006, Jim Hekel left, and Terry Buchanan joined the
league consists of 24 total teams, all controlled by individual owners
or the League Presidents..
What is the DMB ATL?
"Baseball is more than a game
to me, it's a religion."
Diamond Mind Baseball All Time League (DMB ATL) is a league which
celebrates the rich and exciting history of America's grand old sport,
base ball. The league uses the Diamond Mind Baseball computer game
program as a vehicle to simulate the statistical experience, and
specifically the All Time Great Players Disk made
available by the company. In addition to this, we have added a
representative group of Negro League stars, Japanese League stars and 19th Century stars to
our talent pool. These player representations, created by John and Ed
Mortimer, allow some of the greatest ballplayers in the world to step
on a ball field to overcome the racial and rules boundaries in place when they
played, and now compete with their baseball peers on equal footing.
This baseball league is about enjoying the legendary deeds of our base
ball heroes all over again, while also pitting the greats from one era
and league against the greats of another, creating match-ups previously
impossible thanks to the real boundaries of time and the imaginary
boundaries of mankind. Every DMB ATL game is a
delightful journey through a mystical, fantastic world where the powers
of the imagination team up with the
technology of a computer to transport the participants into a unique
and previously impossible time and place.
Number 42, safe at home
To explore the
world of the DMB ATL simply follow this link to The DMB ATL Central
Office. There you will find
all the DMB ATL links from the entire DMB ATL Net in one easy-to-navigate
place. We now also have an All Time League
Blog where we all can post league chatter!
All references to persons or entities
within the All Time League website, dead and living, are fictitious and used for the
enjoyment of the league's members. Please note that team names and
logos are the sole property of their respective owners. The All Time League is
completely non-profit, in fact it is simply a hobby with no capitalist
intentions at all. It is only about baseball and baseball cranks.
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