Pitcher List’s Baseball Video Game Tournament Hub

If you’re anything like us writers here at Pitcher List, you’ve played a lot of baseball video games in your life. We wanted to look at some of the classics of baseball video gaming and review them, and determine which games are the best, and which games are worth leaving in the past. For the sake of this tournament, we excluded games that are still being made, such as MLB: The Show and Out of the Park Baseball, and just wanted to focus on games that hold special places in our nostalgic past. We narrowed it down to 16 games across 14 franchises, but we need YOUR help to determine each matchup. Check back every day for the next matchup in the tournament, and vote on which game you think is best!

 

Round 2

Backyard Baseball 2001 vs. Mario Superstar Baseball

Baseball Stars vs. Ken Griffey Jr’s Slugfest

Wii Sports vs. MLB Slugfest 20-04

MVP Baseball 2005 vs. MLB 2K5

 

Youth Bracket

 

Backyard Baseball vs. Backyard Baseball 2001 (Backyard Baseball 2001 won with 65% of the vote)

Mario Superstar Baseball vs. Mario Super Sluggers (Mario Superstar Baseball won with 71% of the vote)

 

Old-Timers Bracket

 

Baseball Stars vs. Bases Loaded 4 (Baseball Stars won with 67% of the vote)

Super RBI Baseball vs. Ken Griffey Jr’s Slugfest (Ken Griffey Jr’s Slugfest won with 78% of the vote)

 

Casual Fun Bracket

 

Wii Sports vs. MLB Power Pros (Wii Sports won with 52% of the vote)

MLB Slugfest vs. The Bigs (MLB Slugfest 20-04 won with 59% of the vote)

 

Simulation Bracket

 

MVP Baseball vs. High Heat Baseball (MVP Baseball 2005 won with 98% of the vote)

All-Star Baseball vs. MLB 2K (MLB 2K5 won with 52% of the vote)

Featured Image by Justin Paradis (@freshmeatcomm on Twitter)

Myles Nelson

Myles started playing fantasy baseball as a middle-schooler in 2004 and hasn't stopped since. He's starting to experiment now to keep things interesting, and he wants to bring you along for the ride with his Anti-List Wacky Leagues. Follow the cream of the crap @PLWorstBall to celebrate all things awful, and you can follow him @MylesNelsonPL for mostly biased Dodgers commentary and the occasional actually useful tweet.

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