List of All-Star Baseball Video Games and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: September 2nd, 2021

The All-Star Baseball video game franchise was a series of baseball video games developed by Acclaim Studios and released for various consoles from 1997 to 2005. The series was known for its attention to detail and realistic gameplay, featuring authentic stadiums, player models, and statistics.

The first game in the series, All-Star Baseball ’97, was released for the Nintendo 64 and featured all 28 MLB teams from the 1996 season. The series continued with yearly releases, adding new features such as expanded rosters, player trading, and improved graphics and sound.

In 2001, the series received a major overhaul with All-Star Baseball 2002, which introduced a new batting and pitching system, as well as an improved franchise mode. The game was also the first in the series to feature Derek Jeter as its cover athlete.

The All-Star Baseball franchise continued to be popular among baseball fans and gamers, but after Acclaim Studios went bankrupt in 2004, the series was acquired by 2K Sports. The final game in the series, All-Star Baseball 2005, was released for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube, and featured improved graphics and gameplay mechanics. However, the game received mixed reviews and was ultimately the last entry in the franchise.

All-Star Baseball Video Games:

Here is our enormous collection of video games from the All-Star Baseball franchise and detailed information on each. As always, new games are added to this collection regularly.

Click on a game listing to find out much more about it.