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Games in the "All-Star Baseball" Franchise

Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball
1995 - Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball
Genesis, Super Nintendo, GameGear, Game Boy, PC, PlayStation, Saturn
Frank wanted big league technology to match his two-time MVP award-winning style. He wanted authentic gameplay like pitchers losing arm strength. He wanted CD-quality sound FX including umpire calls, crowd cheering and bat cracking. He wanted 8 pitch selections and 27 stat categories. He wanted 6...
All-Star 1997 Featuring Frank Thomas
1997 - All-Star 1997 Featuring Frank Thomas
PlayStation
A PERFECT GAME ALL-STAR GRAPHICS - Twenty-eight 3-D rendered Major League stadiums - Photo realistic player graphics ALL-STAR REALISM - All 30 Major League teams and over 700 players - 1998 Tampa Bay Devil Rays and Arizona Diamondbacks expansion teams - Complete statistics in 27...
All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas
1997 - All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas
Saturn
A PERFECT GAME - ALL-STAR GRAPHICS - Realistic player movement through "Motion Capture Technology" - Photo realistic player graphics - ALL-STAR REALISM - All 30 Major League teams and over 700 players - Complete statistics in 27 categories by STATS, Inc. - 1997 MAJOR LEAGUE...
All-Star Baseball 99
1998 - All-Star Baseball 99
Nintendo 64, Game Boy
With All-Star Baseball '99, development house Iguana (Turok, NFL Quarterback Club '98) extends its sterling rep for putting great graphics on the N64. The high-resolution visual feast includes multiple player shadows during night games, digitized photos of most players and extremely detailed...
All-Star Baseball 2000
1999 - All-Star Baseball 2000
Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color
You can learn the basics of baseball in an afternoon, then spend a lifetime mastering its intricacies. All-Star Baseball 2000 isn't quite so daunting, but expect to log lots of time on the Pause screens while you figure it out. Created by Iguana, ASB 2000 has the glossy graphics and excellent...
All-Star Baseball 2001
2000 - All-Star Baseball 2001
Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color
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...
All-Star Baseball 2002
2001 - All-Star Baseball 2002
PlayStation 2, GameCube
WHERE THE STARS PLAY HIGHLIGHTS - HALL OF FAME TEAM - Play as your favorite players from the past like Nolan Ryan, Reggie Jackson and Yogi Berra. - NEW AND REMODELED STADIUMS - Create your own All-Star experience at the 2001 All-Star Safeco Field. - IMPROVED USER CONTROL - Check swings...
All-Star Baseball 2003
2002 - All-Star Baseball 2003
GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 2, Game Boy Advance
The best of both worlds! All-Star Baseball 2003 offers the perfect blend of simulation-style hardball for the baseball fanatic, with the pick-up-and-play ease for the casual sports gamer. The game features all 30 Major League Baseball (MLB) teams and more than 900 professional players. Ten modes...
All-Star Baseball 2004
2003 - All-Star Baseball 2004
Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 2, PC
Not only does All-Star Baseball 2004 simulate professional baseball, but it also gives you a look into baseball's history and homes. Now, in addition to today's baseball stars, you can play history's greatest players, from the MLB to the Negro Leagues. Take a panoramic tour of each stadium while...
All-Star Baseball 2005
2004 - All-Star Baseball 2005
Xbox, PlayStation 2
As the baseball season gets into full swing, immerse yourself in the game with All-Star Baseball 2005, which features online head-to-head play and a deeper Franchise mode. Realistic views from the new FielderCam and BroadcastCam bring you closer to plays. Find the perfect swing with...