The Best PlayStation Baseball Games

Over 300 Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best PlayStation Baseball Games
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Games don't have to be console exclusive, as long as they were released for PlayStation at some point.

If you owned a PlayStation at any time during your life, then it's safe to say there were probably a few baseball games in your collection. With so many great options to choose from, there was never a shortage of games to play for fans of the genre. Since some games were much better than others, we've decided to rank the best PS1 baseball games of all time.

This list features all the most popular and best-selling baseball games that were released for PlayStation. While many of these games were console exclusive, we're allowing non-exclusives to be a part of the list as well. Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball and Triple Play 2000 are included on this list, along with many more.

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Most divisive: MLB 2005
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  • Triple Play 2000
    Jan 01 1999
    122 votes
    • Developer: EA Canada, Treyarch

    Knocking it out of the park back in 1999, Triple Play 2000 hit the gaming scene with its immersive simulation of real baseball action. This game continued its winning streak by introducing a new feature - a home run derby - which bolstered its gameplay and received a chorus of cheers from fans. Spicing things up with commentary from Jim Hughson and Buck Martinez, this release escalated EA's reputation in baseball games and left gamers richly satisfied.

  • Triple Play 99
    Feb 28 1998
    68 votes

    Gamers were on the edge of their seat, waiting for the release of Triple Play 99, replete with star-studded rosters and heart-thumping gameplay. The efficient use of motion capture technology, impressive graphics and AI mechanics made the gameplay more immersive. The realism of the game, combined with its solid groundworks, pitched it into a new era of sports gaming.

  • Triple Play 2001
    Mar 14 2000
    57 votes

    Back with another fastball, Triple Play 2001 delivered a bevy of new features including Legends Teams and more detailed statistics. The gameplay was swift and enthralling, bringing players right into the thick of major league action. This game left its footprint on the gamers, continuing its legacy of seamless baseball simulations.

  • MLB 2000
    Feb 28 1999
    54 votes
    • Developer: 989 Studios

    MLB 2000 hit the ground running with its innovative scenario mode, making it feel like you're in the dugout callin' the shots. With crystal clear graphics, the overall gameplay captured the essence of major league baseball like never before. Undoubtedly, MLB 2000 was a grand slam for its publisher, making it a revealing chapter in the history of baseball games.

  • MLB 2003
    Jun 19 2002
    40 votes
    • Developer: 989 Studios

    Swinging for the fences, MLB 2003 boasted of its new rivalry mode, which proved to be a game-changer in the baseball gaming world. The gameplay was so engrossing that players were utterly lost in the experience, making it one of the most successful versions of this series. With mouth-watering features and remarkable graphics, it was a home run for all baseball lovers.

  • MLB '99
    Apr 14 1998
    43 votes
    • Developer: 989 Studios

    MLB '99 was a full count with cutting-edge graphics, gameplay that echoed the tension of the pro leagues, and features that offered a fresh perspective. This game added a new layer of engagement with its deep roster management feature, which thrilled baseball enthusiasts. Its sheer impact on the gaming world was as electrifying as a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth.