Baseball is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of nine players each who take turns batting and fielding.
The batting team attempts to score runs by hitting a ball that is thrown by the pitcher with a bat swung by the batter, then running counter-clockwise around a series of four bases: first, second, third, and home plate. A run is scored when a player advances around the bases and returns to home plate.
Players on the batting team take turns hitting against the pitcher of the fielding team, which tries to prevent runs by getting hitters out in any of several ways. A player on the batting team who reaches a base safely can later attempt to advance to subsequent bases during teammates' turns batting, such as on a hit or by other means. The teams switch between batting and fielding whenever the fielding team records three outs. One turn batting for both teams, beginning with the visiting team, constitutes an inning. A game comprises nine innings, and the team with the greater number of runs at the end of the game wins. Baseball is the only major team sport in America with no game clock, although almost all games end in the ninth inning.
Evolving from older bat-and-ball games, an early form of baseball was being played in England by the mid-18th century. This game was brought by immigrants to North America, where the modern version developed. By the late 19th century, baseball was widely recognized as the national sport of the United States. Baseball is now popular in North America and parts of Central and South America, the Caribbean, and East Asia.
In the United States and Canada, professional Major League Baseball (MLB) teams are divided into the National League (NL) and American League (AL), each with three divisions: East, West, and Central. The major league champion is determined by playoffs that culminate in the World Series. The top level of play is similarly split in Japan between the Central and Pacific Leagues and in Cuba between the West League and East League.
|Released||Dec 07, 1983|
|Average Price (USD)||Rarity||Popularity||$7.07||600||126|
|BASEBALL Nintendo Famicom Box Option Cassette||Good||$170|
|Baseball Famicom Box Nintendo Japan Very Rare||Good||$160|
|Moero Pro Yakyu BASEBALL Boxed Nintedo Famicom Nes||Good||$118.98|
|Best Play Baseball ASCII Famicom Japanese Version In Box With Manual||Very good||$54.04|
|EMOYAN 10 BAI PRO BASEBALL Famicom Nintendo 9061 fc||Good||$39.08|
|BASEBALL Blue Box Famicom Nintendo 2559 fc||Acceptable||$35.4|
|Baseball Nintendo Famicom Japan Complete NES Silver Box 1983||Good||$30|
|Baseball - Famicom (NES) Cartridge only JAPAN import||Very Good||$26.4|
|Famicom Baseball classic 1983 boxed Japan FC game US Seller||Good||$23|
|Nintendo NES Famicom lot 1989 Home Run Nighter Pennant League Baseball US Seller||Acceptable||$22|
|Famicom BASEBALL Blue Box HVC-BA Cartridge Only Nintendo fc||Acceptable||$21.6|
|Famicom Baseball Classic boxed Japan FC game US Seller||Good||$20|
|BEST PLAY BASEBALL SPECIAL -- Famicom, NES. Japan game. Works||Acceptable||$18|
|Famicom Classic Baseball boxed Japan FC game US Seller||Good||$18|
|Baseball Nintendo Famicom||Good||$15|
|Famista '89 Family Stadium Famicom NES Japan imprt boxed baseball US SELLER ????||Acceptable||$11|
|Famicom The Best Of Baseball Special boxed Japan FC game US Seller||Good||$10|
|Famicom Game Lot NES USA Seller||Good||$8.98|
|MoePro '90 Kandouhen Baseball (no dust cover) Famicom NES Japan import US Seller||Good||$8.8|
|Famista Family Stadium 87 baseball Nintendo Famicom Japan import US SELLER ????||Acceptable||$8.49|
|Baseball ~ Pulse Line (Nintendo Famicom FC NES, 1983) Japan Import||Very Good||$8.39|
|Moero Yakyu Pro Baseball Bases Loaded Famicom Nintendo Japan import US SELLER ??||Acceptable||$7.94|
|Family Stadium 1987 Famicom NES Baseball Sports Game - Japan Import - USED - C1||Good||$5.99|
|Pro Baseball: Family Stadium Famicom Japan Import US Seller||Very Good||$5|
|Baseball Famicom Japan Import US Seller||Very Good||$5|