Micro League Baseball The Managers Challenge
You are in the dugout - managing real big-league players, choosing your
lineups, changing them during the game. Pick your spots for steal tries, bunts,
defense maneuvers, relief pitchers - all the real strategies that major league
managers use. Choose American League or National League teams from the
current season or " heart-throb" teams from a prior season or era. Manage
All-Star teams from any single season, or your favorite players from any team
over the years. Or pick the "superstars" from the AL & NL - any kind of team
you want can take the field in Micro League Baseball.
Over 20 "powerhouse" teams come with the MLB Game Disk. Other teams
and players can be played with separately available MLB TEAM DISKS (see
enclosed insert). Whether it' s a prior year team or this season's roster - with
current/ updated stats as the season progresses - with MLB TEAM DISKS you
can be the owner and GM as well because you can draft and trade players
MLB gives you superior visual action, but MLB is not an "eye-hand
coordination" game. Rather, it's a strategy contest that challenges your head,
not your hand. So you won't be trying to hit a blip of light, nor will you have
pretend strategies or players. Actual players on your team perform just as they
do in real life in hitting, running, pitching, and fielding. As the game is played,
it's your baseball savvy that's on the line against another team's manager. And
if there's no one around, you can be challenged by the computer manager
handling the opposing team. But be on your toes when you play against the
" Baseball Buddha" computer manager.
MLB is not a fixed replay of a prior game or season. No two games are ever
the same, for the play action and final outcome are determined by your
lineups and game strategies. Pacing the dugout won't help for long, because
you have to make some tough decisions before and during the game. Maybe
your moves will work, maybe you'll be outfoxed. Just don't punch out a sports
writer and you won't be fired. So if you want to see just how good a major
league manager you'll be, you're ready to play ball.
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