Backyard Sports: Baseball 2007
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|Backyard Sports: Baseball 2007|
|DVD-ROM, GameCube Game Disc, Cartridge|
|Game Boy Advance, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and GameCube|
|North American Release Date(s)|
|Game Boy Advance|
May 12, 2006
September 5, 2006
September 6, 2006
April 3, 2007
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Backyard Sports: Baseball 2007 is the sixth Backyard Sports series Baseball video game for PlayStation 2, Game Boy Advance, Microsoft Windows, and Nintendo GameCube. The game highlights sixteen Major League Baseball players and all 30 MLB teams are represented, as well as ten fantasy teams.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
In the game there are a few exceptions to normal baseball rules. If a runner is caught stealing to end an inning, the player at bat is not charged with an at bat, but does not start off the next inning. When a hit would be called a single, reached to second on the throw, or an ouble, reached to third on the throw, these hits are tallied as double and triple, respectively. Also, if the player hits a double, then gets caught in a rundown and tagged out, it does not count as a hit.
The game also does not keep track of a team's record and statistics over the course of multiple seasons or post-seasons. The same goes for individual player stats. However it does keep track of stats over a single season.