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Released March 1994
Nicktoons MLB features Nicktoon characters new and old facing off against actual MLB teams and players. The only game to see Powdered Toast Man hit a home run off C.C. Sabathia.
Return to The Show with Sony's latest and greatest entry in its long-running baseball series. Nothing gets you closer.
MLB 2K9 is the 2009 edition of 2K Sports' MLB 2K series.
MLB Power Pros 2008 is the second installment in the Power Pros series to be released in North America.
2008's iteration of Sony's first-party exclusive baseball franchise brings the well-regarded gameplay into next-gen with new detailed textures, lifelike player faces, online leagues, weekly roster updates and more on Playstation 3, as well as scaled-back PSP and Playstation 2 versions.
Major League Baseball is back with 2K Sports MLB 2K8, featuring new pitching controls and swing stick 2.0.
2007's iteration of Sony's first-party exclusive baseball franchise brings the well-regarded gameplay into next-gen with new detailed textures, lifelike player faces, online leagues, weekly roster updates and more on Playstation 3, as well as scaled-back PSP and Playstation 2 versions.
Sony's baseball game famous for its "The Show" mode.
MVP Baseball 2005 is a baseball game from EA Sports. This game was EA Sports' last licensed MLB game. The announcers are Duane Kuiper and Mike Krukow.
The third entry in the MLB SlugFest baseball game series.
MVP Baseball 2004 is the second game in the MVP franchise. The game built upon the successes of the original while including new features such as the addition of Minor League affiliates.
989's baseball game for the 2003-2004 season. Released in Japan as MLB 2003.
Home Run King is a baseball game exclusively for the GameCube
Batter Up! It's time for EA Sports' 2002 entry into their baseball franchise Triple Play.
A baseball game from Treyarch and EA Sports.
EA Sports' 2001 entry into their Triple Play Baseball franchise.
The 2000 edition of the Triple Play Baseball franchise from EA Sports.
An arcade style baseball game developed by Angel Studios, and published by Nintendo. The game features Ken Griffey Jr. and many active players at it's release date.
Released in late 1997, Sony dropped the "Pennant Race" moniker after their poorly received 1996 offering and began a long standing franchise of "MLB" titles.
EA Sports' 1998 edition into their Triple Play Baseball franchise.
The 1997 edition of the MLB baseball franchise, Triple Play, from EA Sports.
Baseball game featuring baseball super star Ken Griffey Jr. Developed by Rare.
A baseball game starring the MLB player Frank Thomas. Its graphics and realism were impressive for the time.
A MLBPA licensed baseball game released in 1994 for the SNES and SEGA Genesis.
A baseball game from Culture Brain and part of their Ultra Baseball series, known in the US as Baseball Simulator 1.000. Features a mode that contains super-powered athletes.
A baseball game for the SNES and Arcade. It features precise controls for pitching.
A Super Famicom baseball sim and the third of Namco's Famista (Family Stadium) games for the system.
A baseball game that was released for the Sega Genesis, Sega CD, Super Nintendo and PC. It featured the MLB license but not the Player's Association license, so the team names are present but not the player names.
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