Baseball purists will not like this game. It has player stats and updated team rosters, but the non-interactive gameplay and its dearth of features make it one to pass up.
Arcade baseball fans may prefer this game's less cerebral approach to the game, but it is such a poor game, I can't even recommend it to its core audience.
Dreamcast owners have nowhere else to go if they want a baseball game on their console, although I would suggest they buckle down and pick up Acclaim's All-Star Baseball 2001 on the Nintendo 64 or EA Sports' Triple Play 2001 on the PlayStation.
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