MLB 2000

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MLB 2000
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Anaheim Angels hitter Mo Vaughn featured on the cover.
Developer(s)989 Sports
Publisher(s)989 Sports
  • NA: February 28, 1999
Genre(s)Sports game
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

MLB 2000 is a Major League Baseball video game for the PlayStation and is by 989 Sports. It was released on February 28, 1999 and is rated E for everyone. The color commentary for the game is from Dave Campbell and the play by play announcer is Vin Scully. Anaheim Angels hitter Mo Vaughn was featured on the cover. It has been succeeded by MLB 2001.


Next Generation reviewed the PlayStation version of the game, rating it three stars out of five, and stated that "MLB 2000 swings for the fences, but falls short. It doesn't do anything truly innovative, and it needed to in order to make up for the some of the more annoying features of the game. It's still a fun game, but not the leader of the pack."[1] Kraig Kujawa of Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine praised the "relatively realistic gameplay that's fast and fun", however concluded as "If you're a die-hard fan of the MLB series, then MLB 2000 is probably worth picking up since it offers more of exactly the same. But if you have last year's MLB or no baseball game at all, then pick up EA's Triple Play 2000. It's better, and has taken better advantage of its time in the off-season."[2]


  1. ^ "Finals". Next Generation. No. 55. Imagine Media. July 1999. p. 94.
  2. ^ Kujawa, Kraig (June 1999). "MLB 2000". Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine. No. 21. Ziff Davis Media. p. 92.

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Preceded by
MLB '99
Major League Baseball Officially Licensed Videogame
Succeeded by
MLB 2001