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Over 700 Major League Baseball players and 30 stadiums including 5 new ballparks. Faster gameplay with Easy Batting / Pitching options. Hook slides, swipe tags, and home plate collisions. All-new Batting Practice mode lets you hone your skills. First ever Hall of Fame team including Nolan Ryan and Reggie Jackson. Full roster management includes: multi-player trades; create, sign and release players.Team stats in over 300 categories by STATS Inc.

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#35 highest rated N64 sports game (#103 on N64, #21442 overall)

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71.43% of 14 total votes

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#51 easiest N64 sports game (#119 on N64, #11187 overall)

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