All-Star Baseball 2000

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released Mar 31, 1999

    All-Star Baseball 2000 is a baseball game released exclusively on Nintendo consoles. Yankees short stop Derek Jeter is featured on the cover of the game.

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    All-Star Baseball 2000 was developed by Iguana Entertainment (N64 release) and Realtime Associates (Game Boy Color release) and was published by Acclaim Entertainment Inc.



    All-Star Baseball 2000 was one of the first baseball games that featured the ability to trade players. The game included a Play-off Mode where you could pick any team and play through the play-offs with to try to win the World Series. A home run derby mode was also included with the game.


    The game has all major league baseball teams and all of the 1999 rosters.

    The game separates the MLB teams into the American and National Leagues. There are also two All-Star teams, one for the American League and one for the National League.

    Each team had All-Star players from the last 80 years.


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