1871 was a pivotal year in both American Baseball and English Football. Before then, both sports were only in the embryonic stages of the international juggernauts we know them to be now.
Professional sports and alternate history don’t mesh well, simply because the stakes aren’t high enough for us to really care that history was changed. Dwight Clark not making “The Catch” or “The Shot Heard Round the World” dying at the warning track don’t have the same weight and import that, say, the Nazis winning World… Read More An alternate history of the NFL
I played soccer as a kid, but really wasn’t into it, to the point that my mother tells stories about me sitting on the field and picking grass while the game was going on. Oh, what a sensitive young lad I was.