Baseball Mogul has a very cool feature called the League Builder. It lets you quickly fill a league with historical teams. You pick just two teams, or as many as thirty. You can add World Champions like the 1927 Yankees or 2016 Cubs. Or fill it with cellar-dwellars like the 1962 Mets. It's up to you.
The problem is that previous versions of the League Builder had problems:
1) It was impossible to have two copies of the same player in the league. For example, Reggie Jackson won the AL MVP with the 1973 Oakland A's. He also helped lead the 1978 Yankees to their 22nd World Championship. But if you added both teams in the League Builder, Reggie would only appear on one of them.
2) Even when there weren't direct conflicts, many of the player ratings were inaccurate because of the way Baseball Mogul tried to combine players from different eras in the same league.
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