Joined: Nov 21, 2012
Keith Law joined ESPN.com in June of 2006 as the lead baseball analyst for Scouts, Inc, covering the majors, minors and amateurs. Before joining ESPN, Law spent 4.5 years with the Toronto Blue Jays as a Special Assistant to the General Manager, and was previously a writer for Baseball Prospectus. He graduated from Harvard College and holds an MBA from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon.
This week, Keith Law is taking us though the evolution of board games. If you missed yesterday's installment, you might want to read that
Board games — whether games of chance, skill, or a little of both — have been found in many human cultures dating back at least 5000 years. Over the next five days, I'll take you on a quick tour though the evolution of board games, from their earliest for
"The NBA was a symphony, it was scripted; the ABA was jazz." —Ron