Grand Slam Baseball Player Count and Stats (2024)

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Game Description

Grand Slam Baseball is a baseball simulation video game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Master System in 1987. The game was released exclusively in North America.

In Grand Slam Baseball, players control a team of baseball players and compete against other teams in a series of games. The game features a top-down view of the field and allows players to control all aspects of the game, including pitching, batting, and fielding.

The game includes several different modes, including exhibition, league, and playoffs. In league mode, players compete against other teams in a full season, with the goal of making it to the playoffs and winning the championship.

Grand Slam Baseball was praised for its realistic simulation of baseball, which included accurate player statistics, realistic fielding and pitching mechanics, and a challenging AI opponent. It is considered one of the best baseball games of its era and remains popular among retro gaming enthusiasts.

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