The Majors: Pro Baseball

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The Majors: Pro Baseball
Majors Pro.jpg
Official cover art of The Majors: Pro Baseball
Developer(s) Sega
Publisher(s) Sega
Platform(s) Game Gear
  • NA: December 1992
Genre(s) Sports (baseball)
Mode(s) Single-player
Multiplayer (up to two players)

The Majors: Pro Baseball is a baseball video game for Sega Game Gear. It features battery-based save and a Major League Baseball Players Association license.


The teams themselves are not licensed and are only listed by city name. The umpire's calls are notable for being uttered with a Japanese accent. This game would have benefitted from stat-tracking for the season mode but at least it provided a season mode. Players cannot choose a pitch but they are delivered clearly and accurately in terms of realism (for the era that the game was released in).

Players can play a regular season lasting anywhere from 32 to 162 games. After every game, the regular season can be saved for future purposes. This video games uses the rosters from the 1991 Major League Baseball season and allows players to create their own teams; using players from that roster.


Allgame gave this game a 3 out of 5 rating in its overview.