Triple Play Baseball
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Triple Play Baseball
Triple Play Baseball
Triple Play 2001 cover art.jpg
Publisher(s)EA Sports
SeriesTriple Play series Edit this on Wikidata
Platform(s)PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows
  • NA: February 27, 2001
PlayStation 2
  • NA: March 13, 2001
Microsoft Windows
  • NA: March 15, 2001
Mode(s)Single player, multiplayer

Triple Play Baseball is a baseball sports game released for the [Sega Genesis, PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Microsoft Windows in 2001. It would be the last game in the Triple Play series released for the PlayStation and Microsoft Windows. However it was the first game in the series to be released on the PlayStation 2. It features the 2001 rosters and 2001 stats. The game features Oakland Athletics first baseman Jason Giambi on the cover.

Triple Play Baseball was the first and only game in the triple play baseball series not to feature a year on the title. The new game featured a robust "create a player" option and Big League Challenge Mode. The players can play a single player game, a full season, playoffs, or Home Run Derby. Team selection and transfers come under player control. On the PS1 version, Jim Hughson and Buck Martinez provide the commentary, while on PS2 version it is Sean McDonough.

Singer Vitamin C provided motion capture for the video game, which featured her song "I Know What Boys Like".[1]


IGN gave new version for the Playstation 2 a 7.2 out of 10 with sparkling next gen graphics and improved game play/game modes.[2] The PC version of the game got a 7.8 out of 10 while still struggling from a poor frame rate and terrible AI, but the core game play improved with graphical improvements.[3] Meanwhile the aging PlayStation version got a 7.2 out of 10 despite its many problems remaining unfixed but it did get a rating boost over the previous year due to its robust create a player option and Big League Challenge Mode.[4]


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  2. ^ Zdyrko, David (13 March 2001). "Triple Play Baseball".
  3. ^ Staff, I. G. N. (16 March 2001). "Triple Play Baseball".
  4. ^ Zdyrko, David (6 March 2001). "Triple Play Baseball".

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