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* The most realistic video basbeall attraction ever created.
* Instant response Trak-Ball controls maneuver runners, ourfielders and control throwing direction for realistic action and total player involvement.
* 1 or 2 players can select 4 different hitting plays, 4 different pitches, offering an endless variety of game challenges.
* Add-a-coin accumulator offers additional innings.
* Unique stand-up table design ideal for any size location.

Runs on Atari 6502 Black & White Raster Hardware
Game ID : 034711-034738

Main CPU : M6502 (@ 750 Khz)
Sound Chips : Discrete

Cabinet dimensions :
38,62 inches (98,02cm) high
44,18 inches (112,22cm) wide
25,25 inches (64,14cm) deep.

Monitor : 23 inches B/W.

Released in June 1979.

First Rotberg coin-op game. Approximately 1,050 units were produced.

This was originally slated to be Atari's first game to feature digitized speech. Dan Pliskin designed a speech board that included the umpire's calls, but management eventually nixed the idea.

An Atari Baseball machine was shown at the 2003 classic arcade games show 'California Extreme' in San Jose, California.

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