These zipped stats files are free to download (they range from 15K to 40K in size). After each file name is a description of which format the stats are in. If you have some stats that you have entered and would like to make available to other players, please use the Contact Us form.
|Old Timers||In EWB II format|
|AL Greats*||In EWB II format|
|NL Greats*||In EWB II format|
|AL Greats*||In EWB 1.1/1.5 format. To use with Amiga versions, rename
Players.dat file to Players.s
|NL Greats*||In EWB 1.1/1.5 format. To use with Amiga versions, rename
Players.dat file to Players.s
* Thanks to Rick Teverbaugh for providing these stats at no charge.
User Supplied Stats – These stats are provided by users of EWB and/or igiBall baseball products. They are provided here only as a convenience to other users. Dombrower Corporation makes no warranty as to the quality of the stats OR any copyright or trademark clearances which are the responsibilities of the providers.
In EWB II format.
In EWB II format.
These files were created to provide compatibility between EWB formatted stats and other formats. igiBall will import stats in EWB II format and/or CSV format.
Q: Are any of the EWB products available for sale or distribution?
A: No. Electronic Arts’ deal to distribute EWB products has concluded. Eddie Dombrower owns all the
copyrights in the code and data that went into creating the EWB game engines and is currently developing new products based on this software and data. Earl Weaver’s permission to allow
Electronic Arts to use his name and likeness in products has also expired and so there is currently no way to distribute the Earl Weaver Baseball products.
Q: So, why can you distribute the stats disks and other EWB utilities?
A: As long as we do not use Earl Weaver’s name and likeness in any products, the Dombrower Corporation has been granted the rights to distribute products, code, and data owned by Eddie Dombrower.
Q: Why did Eddie stop working on baseball games/leave the computer games business?
A: After working on baseball games for 10 years (2 at Mattel, and 8 creating EWB), he had a desire to work on other types of products. Eddie designed one more baseball game for Electronic Arts to program internally based on the EWB engine. With the working title “Baseball ’93,” for unknown reasons, this title was never produced. In 1991, Eddie also consulted on the product “Baseball Live” for Electronic Arts with BitWise software to use the EWB engine and EWB II graphics to play back MLB games in progress using the Internet (pre-web) tosupply game data (from Stats Inc.) with a 15 minute lag time.
In this way, users could log on and “watch” a game from anywhere in the country. There was actually had a working prototype of this functioning quite well before the project mysteriously shut down by EA.
After these two experiences, Eddie decided to move on and took a job with Activision where he produced Return to Zork and became the executive producer for Activision’s “Interactive Stories” (i.e. adventure games) group. In 1994, Eddie joined the Jim Henson Company to help envision and start an interactive effort with the Muppets and other Henson properties.
After Henson, Eddie helped create “convergence” properties including “Kindle Park” which can be found at www.thinkboxmedia.com. He was then hired as Vice President of “Digital Financial Media” at E*TRADE Financial managing many of the in-house creative and product design teams as well as the web design and development team. From there Eddie went on to help AT&T Wireless with their final site redesign (before merging with Cingular) and connecting their web sales experience in their 1000+ retail outlets.
From there, Eddie joined Match.com (part of IAC) where he led the creation of the Chemistry.com business, incorporated Dr. Phil into Match.com’s product offering and led the 2007 site redesign. While still at Match, Eddie became the Managing Director of “designIAC” a small team he led that helped many of the IAC companies with site design/redesign issues, evaluation of their web sites, and the creation of several new businesses. His last effort at IAC was as President of the “emerging business” Green.com which launched in late 2008.
Eddie is currently consulting through the Dombrower Corporation for several start ups focusing on Boulder companies including Big Green Company, the creators of Big Green Rabbit.
In March of 2009, Eddie released the first version of EWB Baseball for the iPhone based on the legacy baseball software he began creating in 1985.
Q: Is there ever going to be a sequel to Earl Weaver
A: Not technically BUT, I Got It Baseball (or igiBall) is Eddie’s
latest project and is based extensively on the EWB game engines.
The Dombrower Corporation is the exclusive distributor for this
shareware baseball simulator/fantasy game. igiBall can
be downloaded at www.bangbangplay.com
Please feel free to contact Eddie Dombrower
with your comments, questions, and requests by using the Contact Us form on this site or by clicking here: Contact Eddie