Lou Gehrig and Cal Ripken set the standard for being "everyday players". Their names were fixtures on the lineup card day in and day out.
For those of us who enjoy table top sports games, we too want to be everyday players, taking out the dice to roll a few games every day that we are able to carve out the time. Finding that time is always a challenge, so when we are able to play, shouldn't the games we play be flat-out fun to play?
There are countless board games available to play, all with varying degrees of statistical layering. We think you will find that Everyday Player Games provide a solid level of statistical realism while maintaining a high level of fun. And isn't "fun" the reason we play these games in the first place?