Baseball on the Fairchild Channel F game console was the first programmable cartridge-based video game console. The cartridges had labels that contained the game instructions on them and each were given a sequential number. In this respect, Fairchild started a trend in trying to boost game sales by numbering them and so appealing to consumers who wanted to complete their collection. Baseball occupied Videocart 12.
Review and play through of the Baseball vide game for the Fairchild Channel F console (Videocart-12):