The first Genesis baseball game, Tommy Lasorda Baseball featured the traditional 1st/2nd person pitching and hitting perspective, as well as top-down fielding and defense. The first 16-bit baseball game available, Tommy Lasorda contained all 28 (at the time) major league ball clubs. All teams were actually trademark and copyright safe facsimiles of real clubs, as this was before professional league licensing was considered de rigueur for a sports game. With full 25-man rosters and password enabled season progress, players had to manage their club effectively to win the world series.
Outside the US, the game is known as "Super League."