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Play a nice flash game of baseball. Excellent graphics, and great game-play, might be a little bit hard at first, but as you learn it will get easier. This fun online game has the potential to give hours of fun entertainment when you start to get the hang of it. Throw some curve balls and hit some home-runs and take your team to victory. Have Fun!
Do you like sports, and do you also enjoy to play a sport flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our fun Baseball Stadium flash game online.
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Over the years, video games have evolved from simple pixels to hyper-realistic displays. According to BleacherReport.com baseball games have done much the same, going from a white pixel that was probably a ball to the games on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. There have been some great baseball games during the past 30-plus years, whether it's due to great realism, a certain charm or just the way they were made. In 1989, the Sega Genesis was already churning out baseball games to compete with the many that were on the NES. Having a 16-bit console gave them an advantage already, but they still needed to have a good game. That's where Tommy Lasorda Baseball comes in. The graphics were far better than the NES or Atari could muster, and they were even better than some of the early SNES games. Beyond that, it was simply a solid baseball game. At the end of the NES era and the start of the SNES era, we have Baseball Simulator 1.000, a game which was thankfully one you actually played rather than just a simulation. The Baseball Simulator series provided all the basics of the game of baseball (at this point it goes without saying that games do), but what it brought to the table were upgrades. Pitchers could throw super-fastballs, or baserunners could have super speed. The SNES version, Super Baseball Simulator 1.000, came out a year after the NES version, allowing a create-a-team option on top of the many upgrades. In 1991 Base Wars was a released, it was a game that combined cyborgs and baseball. It combined the two properly and kept the soul of both intact, not bad at all. While most games at the time were striving to be as realistic as possible despite any limitations, Extra Innings tossed that out of the window, instead going for a cartoony feel and the sheer fun value. It worked out, as the game was one that could be picked up nearly immediately by a newcomer, and factored in things such as wind into the game. Having a create-a-team and player mode is helpful as well, especially since there's no excuse not to have one when fictional teams and characters are used.
According to WikiPedia the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles California has the largest capacity of them all. 56,000 can watch a baseball game at this stadium. The facility is a baseball park located in the Elysian Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. Dodger Stadium is currently the oldest ballpark in MLB west of the Mississippi River, and third-oldest overall, after Fenway Park in Boston (1912) and Wrigley Field in Chicago (1914) and is the largest MLB stadium by seat capacity. Dodger Stadium was one of the last baseball-only facilities built before the dawn of the multi-purpose stadium. It was built near the convergence of several freeways near downtown Los Angeles, with an expansive parking lot surrounding the stadium. During evening games, as the sun sets, the surrounding air cools quickly due to the ocean climate, becoming more dense. As a result, deep fly balls that might otherwise be home runs during the day instead often remain in play becoming outs.