World Series Baseball (1994-2003)
World Series Baseball was a long-running SEGA baseball series from BlueSky Software. It featured each team and had all 700 players. It has a play-by-play feature, the Home Run Derby and players are able to play a 162-game season and are able to keep full statistics for every player. ’95 added the option to play as legends such as Dizzy Dean, Lou Gehrig and Ty Cobb. Each subsequent release had improved features, from control of fielding and lineup position, to signing and trading free agents, to managing coaches and minor league teams. The final 2K3 release included an ESPN broadcast license to improve replay and cut-scenes. Hall of Fame legends also joined the complete list of MLB teams, players and coaches, along with retro and alternate uniforms.

  • World Series Baseball (1994)
  • World Series Baseball (1995) – Mike Piazza on cover
  • World Series Baseball ’95 (1995)
  • World Series Baseball starring Deion Sanders (1995) – Deion Sanders on cover
  • World Series Baseball ’96 (1996) – Manny Ramirez on cover
  • World Series Baseball II (1996) – Fred McGriff on cover
  • World Series Baseball ’98 (1997) – Chipper Jones on cover
  • World Series Baseball 2K1 (2000) – Pedro Martinez on cover.
  • World Series Baseball 2K2 (2001) – Pedro Martinez on cover
  • World Series Baseball (2002) – Jason Giambi on cover
  • World Series Baseball 2K3 (2003) – Jason Giambi on cover

Enjoy this in-depth review for the World Series Baseball series:

Watch this commercial from the original World Series Baseball from Sega in 1994:

Enjoy gameplay from World Series Baseball 1995:

Here’s some World Series Baseball starring Deion Sanders:

Watch as Brad Radke stars in this commercial for World Series Baseball II in 1996:

Excellent commercial for World Series Baseball 1998. Watch all the way until the end:

Watch this commercial with Pedro Martinez for World Series Baseball in 2001:

Enjoy gameplay from World Series Baseball 2K3:

Enjoy a rare peek at the World Series Baseball video arcade game by Sega:

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