You can play with more than 100 MLB legends in the newest edition of R.B.I. Baseball
The video game classic R.B.I. Baseball is back with its 2018 edition set for release this upcoming March, fresh with the beaming face of Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor on the cover. However, the game has so much more to offer, with new features like Franchise Mode, redesigned player models and ballparks, Home Run Derby Mode and Online Multiplayer Mode.
A long list of MLB legends will also be available to add via free agency, allowing the player to create rosters one could only dream about. The list of 104 players is remarkable, including 45 Hall of Famers and even more All-Stars.
Imagine crushing back-to-back homers with Ted Williams and Reggie Jackson:
Blowing batters away with Nolan Ryan and Tom Seaver:
Robbing near-certain hits with Ozzie Smith and Brooks Robinson:
Absolutely flummoxing hitters with the crazy movement of Phil Niekro and Bert Blyleven:
Spraying hits all over the place with Wade Boggs and Chipper Jones:
And slamming the door on a championship with the likes of Goose Gossage and Troy Percival:
Here's the full list of legends available to add to your R.B.I. Baseball squads:
Mel Harder, Bobby Doerr, Lou Boudreau, Dom DiMaggio, Ralph Kiner, Bob Feller, Monte Irvin, Phil Rizzuto, Red Munger, George Kell, Bob Lemon, Pee Wee Reese, Enos Slaughter, Ted Williams, Richie Ashburn, Red Schoendienst, Robin Roberts, Bobby Richardson, Eddie Mathews, Ernie Banks, Jim Bunning, Hoyt Wilhelm, Frank Howard, Al Kaline, Orlando Cepeda, Juan Marichal, Billy Williams, Brooks Robinson, Jimmy Wynn, Larry Dierker, Jim Fregosi, Catfish Hunter, Dock Ellis, Minnie Minoso, Willie Horton, Gaylord Perry, Johnny Bench, Fergie Jenkins, Bucky Dent, Rod Carew, Mike Hargrove, Rollie Fingers, Tom Seaver, Tony Perez, Bruce Sutter, Phil Niekro, Reggie Jackson, Steve Garvey, Ron Guidry, Graig Nettles,
Pick up your own copy and start adding All-Stars this March, available across next generation consoles, smartphones and tablets.