All-Star Baseball 2003
features all-new player models created with 3-D CyberScan technology for one of the most realistic representations of player faces ever seen. Game modes include exhibition, season, career, franchise, expansion, All-Star Game, series, manager, home-run derby, and batting practice. Franchise mode allows users to build their favorite teams for up to 20 consecutive seasons. All-new expansion play lets you choose a city, stadium, and team logo and then add that team to the major leagues. And the expansion draft lets you draft from a pool of unprotected players and build a team from free agents and minor leaguers.
The three-man broadcast booth of Bob Brenly, Thom Brennaman, and Steve Lyons provides in-depth commentary. The Cooperstown Hall of Fame team features such sluggers from the past as Mike Schmidt, Reggie Jackson, and Yogi Berra. All 30 major-league teams and more than 900 players are represented, all with official stadiums, logos, and uniforms. There are more than 50 stadiums from which to choose, including eight classic stadiums and 10 expansion stadiums.