Tommy Lasorda Baseball

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Tommy Lasorda Baseball
Tommy Lasorda Baseball
North American box art
Developer(s) Sega
Publisher(s) Sega
Programmer(s) Keiichi Yamamoto
Platform(s) Arcade
Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Release date(s) Arcade:
Mega Drive/Genesis:
  • JP November 27, 1988
  • NA August 14, 1989
Genre(s) Traditional baseball simulation
Mode(s) Player versus player
Player versus computer
Distribution Cartridge
4 Megabits
Cabinet Upright
Arcade system Sega Mega-Tech
CPU Motorola 68000
(@ 7.670442 MHz)
Z80 x 2
(@ 3.57954 MHz)
Sound YM3438
(@ 7.670442 MHz)
SN76496 x 2
(@ 3.57954 MHz)
Display Resolution:
Raster
320 x 416 pixels
Refresh Rate:
60 Hz
Palette Colors:
96

Tommy Lasorda Baseball is a baseball game released for the Sega Mega-Tech arcade system and later as one of the six launch titles for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis console in the North American region.

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Tommy Lasorda personally endorsed this video game; at the time he was the manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The game is not licensed by any professional baseball league, making all team and player names fictional. Game modes include single game exhibitions and a 30 game season mode. A pre-game difficulty switch makes the game biased either towards the pitcher, batter, or an equal game of skill between pitcher and batter. Due to an agreement with Sega, this game was never released for any home console other than the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis.

This game was released in Europe and Japan as Super League (スーパーリーグ?).

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