Baseball game list?

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Does anyone know where to find a complete list of baseball video games?
(From Atari to Xbox and everything in between)

Thanks,
Colin
 
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"CMC" <cmconrad@eastlink.ca> wrote in news:2oE2e.139764$fc4.36156@edtnps89:

> Does anyone know where to find a complete list of baseball video games?
> (From Atari to Xbox and everything in between)

That's a lotta games, dude. Compiling such a list would take a while,
and I'm not really sure of how useful it'd be.

Your best bet may be to get game lists for all the systems you're
interested in, and just remove the non-baseball games.

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"Aaron J. Bossig" <linkvb06@SpammersWillBeExecuted.ptd.net> wrote in message
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> "CMC" <cmconrad@eastlink.ca> wrote in
news:2oE2e.139764$fc4.36156@edtnps89:
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> > Does anyone know where to find a complete list of baseball video games?
> > (From Atari to Xbox and everything in between)
>
> That's a lotta games, dude. Compiling such a list would take a while,
> and I'm not really sure of how useful it'd be.
>
> Your best bet may be to get game lists for all the systems you're
> interested in, and just remove the non-baseball games.
>
> --
>
> Aaron J. Bossig
>
> http://www.GodsLabRat.com
> http://www.dvdverdict.com

The only problem with that is that I want a lsit for every North American
released baseball game for all the N.A. systems out there. Only console
systems though.
 
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In article <DYR2e.115686$ZO2.62910@edtnps84>, CMC <cmconrad@eastlink.ca> wrote:
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>The only problem with that is that I want a lsit for every North American
>released baseball game for all the N.A. systems out there. Only console
>systems though.

What, this newsgroup's going to shrink from this challenge! Come on,
we can do it!!! I'll start.

[Minutes of furious typing pass.]

Um, on second thought, go to www.digitpress.com and click "Online
Rarity Guide" on the left. Then select "U.S. Game Releases" under
"Section(s)" and enter "base" in the title. You'll get a nice, but
not complete list. Weed out the few non-baseball titles. (Hint, Base
Wars for the NES *is* a baseball game. More or less.) Repeat, but
enter "MLB" in the title for more.

Here's one you won't find with the method above. I'm sure others here
can add to the list.

ATARI 2600
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Home Run (Atari)

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