DOS - 1983
Also released on: Apple II - Atari 8-bit - Commodore 64
Description of Computer Baseball
Computer Baseball is a video game published in 1983 on DOS by Strategic Simulations, Inc.. It's a strategy and sports game, set in a baseball theme, and was also released on Apple II, Atari 8-bit and Commodore 64.
Comments and reviews
sprimer 2022-06-01 0 point
I loved this game. It was also released on the Mac. You could even get to the code - it was written in Microsoft Quickbasic on the Mac. Although I must say the code was the worst - most convoluted spaghetti code I've ever seen by far.
Manuals Here 2020-12-14 0 point Apple II version
RR 2020-06-15 1 point
I loved this game. I got the baseball encyclopedia and entered the stats to make teams from past years as well as all-time teams from different clubs. Of course, all-star type teams need few pinch-hitters or relief pitchers, so the regular teams were more fun.
Exsinger 2018-07-19 0 point
This was absolutely the best baseball game ever. My friends and I drafted new teams often and played 162 game seasons for years. I only wish I could find this game for an iPad now. If anyone knows of one, please let me know!
Baseball geek 2017-11-10 1 point Commodore 64 version
Here are the commands I remember from my C64
Enter = Pitch To
PA - Pitch Around
VM - visit Mound
CP - change pitcher
DP-double play depth
HR- Hit and Run
ST - straight steal
BT- or BU is bunt
PH - pinch hitter
PR - Pinch Runner
IN- I think is infield in
Can't remember normal depth infield
DeViLzzz 2017-08-02 -1 point DOS version
If anyone has a guide on commands for this game please provide them. I do know that BP gets you to the bullpen but I wonder if there was anything else especially strategic that I could use when pitching or hitting. Are there pitch choices? Are there defensive alignments?
bighappee 2016-04-19 3 points
I loved playing this game on my Commodore 64. As a child I was infatuated with box scores and statistics and would print out the box scores from the games I played on my dot matrix printer and pour over them. It also exposed me to the history of baseball, I loved this game.
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