The boys of summer have returned. Pick your team and begin your quest for the World Series with All Star Baseball 2003. Amazing graphics, realistic gameplay, real players - this baseball game has it all.
All-Star Baseball 2003 is a Sports/Baseball video game for GameCube developed and published by Acclaim on February 28, 2002. It's rated Everyone by the ESRB and 5 of our users have voted it 4.6 out of 5 stars.
Card Name 1 Bobby Abreu 2 Edgardo Alfonzo 3 Roberto Alomar 4 Moises Alou 5 Brady Anderson 6 Garrett Anderson 7 Rick Ankiel 8 Tony Armas Jr 9 Jeff Bagwell 10 Harold Baines 11 Tony Batista 12 Albert Belle 13 Carlos Beltran 14 Adrian Beltre 15 Kris Benson 16 Lance Berkman 17 Craig Biggio 18 Barry Bonds 19 Kevin Brown 20 Jay Buhner 21 Jeromy Burnitz 22 Pat Burrell 23 Ken Caminiti 24 Jose Canseco 25 Sean Casey 26 Luis Castillo 27 Eric Chavez 28 Jeff Cirillo 29 Jermaine Clark 30 Roger Clemens 31 Bartolo Colon 32 David Cone 33 Jose Cruz, Jr 34 Johnny Damon 35 Eric Davis 36 Carlos Delgado 37 JD Drew 38 Ray Durham 39 Jermaine Dye 40 Jim Edmonds 41 Juan Encarnacion 42 Darin Erstad 43 Carl Everett 44 Steve Finley 45 Cliff Floyd 46 Brad Fullmer 47 Andres Galarraga 48 Freddy Garcia 49 Nomar Garciaparra 50 Jason Giambi 51 Brian Giles 52 Troy Glaus 53 Tom Glavine 54 Juan Gonzalez 55 Luis Gonzalez 56 Mark Grace 57 Shawn Green 58 Rusty Greer 59 Ken Griffey 60 Vladimir Guerrero 61 Tony Gwynn 62 Jeffrey Hammonds 63 Mike Hampton 64 Todd Helton 65 Rickey Henderson 66 Orlando Hernandez 67 Richard Hidalgo 68 Tim Hudson 69 Geoff Jenkins 70 Derek Jeter 71 Randy Johnson 72 Andruw Jones 73 Chipper Jones 74 Jacque Jones 75 Brian Jordan 76 David Justice 77 Gabe Kapler 78 Eric Karros 79 Jason Kendall 80 Adam Kennedy 81 Jeff Kent 82 Byung Hyun Kim 83 Ryan Klesko 84 Chuck Knoblauch 85 Paul Konerko 86 Barry Larkin 87 Carlos Lee 88 Kenny Lofton 89 Terrance Long 90 Javy Lopez 91 Greg Maddux 92 Edgar Martinez 93 Pedro Martinez 94 Tino Martinez 95 Ruben Mateo 96 Fred McGriff 97 Mark McGwire 98 Kevin Millwood 99 Ben Molina 100 Raul Mondesi 101 Mark Mulder 102 Mike Mussina 103 Trot Nixon 104 Hideo Nomo 105 John Olerud 106 Paul Oneill 107 Magglio Ordonez 108 Rafael Palmeiro 109 Chan Ho Park 110 Jay Payton 111 Andy Pettitte 112 Adam Piatt 113 Mike Piazza 114 Jorge Posada 115 Mark Quinn 116 Aramis Ramirez 117 Manny Ramirez 118 Pokey Reese 119 Cal Ripken 120 Mariano Rivera 121 Alex Rodriguez 122 Ivan Rodriguez 123 Scott Rolen 124 Tim Salmon 125 Curt Schilling 126 Richie Sexson 127 Gary Sheffield 128 John Smoltz 129 JT Snow 130 Sammy Sosa 131 Shannon Stewart 132 BJ Surhoff 133 Mike Sweeney 134 Fernando Tatis 135 Miguel Tejada 136 Frank Thomas 137 Jim Thome 138 Jason Varitek 139 Greg Vaughn 140 Mo Vaughn 141 Robin Ventura 142 Jose Vidro 143 Omar Vizquel 144 Larry Walker 145 David Wells 146 Rondell White 147 Bernie Williams 148 Matt Williams 149 Preston Wilson 150 Kerry Wood 151 Brent Abernathy - Rated Rookie 152 Cory Aldridge - Rated Rookie 153 Gene Altman - Rated Rookie 154 Josh Beckett - Rated Rookie 155 Wilson Betemit - Rated Rookie 156 Joe Crede - Rated Rookie 157 Jack Cust - Rated Rookie 158 Alex Escobar - Rated Rookie 159 Pedro Feliz - Rated Rookie 160 Nate Frese - Rated Rookie 161 Carlos Garcia - Rated Rookie 162 Marcus Giles - Rated Rookie 163 Alexis Gomez - Rated Rookie 164 Jason Hart - Rated Rookie 165 Adrian Hernandez - Rated Rookie 166 Eric Hinske - Rated Rookie 167 Cesar Izturis - Rated Rookie 168 Nick Johnson - Rated Rookie 169 Brian Lawrence - Rated Rookie 170 Steve Lomasney - Rated Rookie 171 Nick Maness - Rated Rookie 172 Jackson Melian - Rated Rookie 173 Jose Mieses - Rated Rookie 174 Greg Miller - Rated Rookie 175 Eric Munson - Rated Rookie 176 Xavier Nady - Rated Rookie 177 Blaine Neal - Rated Rookie 178 Abraham Nunez - Rated Rookie 179 Jose Ortiz - Rated Rookie 180 Jeremy Owens - Rated Rookie 181 Pablo Ozuna - Rated Rookie 182 Corey Patterson - Rated Rookie 183 Carlos Pena - Rated Rookie 184 Wily Mo Pena - Rated Rookie 185 Timo Perez - Rated Rookie 186 Adam Pettyjohn - Rated Rookie 187 Luis Rivas - Rated Rookie 188 Wilkin Ruan - Rated Rookie 189 Duaner Sanchez - Rated Rookie 190 Alfonso Soriano - Rated Rookie 191 Rafael Soriano - Rated Rookie 192 Ichiro Suzuki - Rated Rookie 193 Billy Sylvester - Rated Rookie 194 Juan Uribe - Rated Rookie 195 Carlos Valderrama - Rated Rookie 196 Eric Valent - Rated Rookie 197 Matt White - Rated Rookie 198 Mike Young - Rated Rookie 199 All Star Cheat 200 All Star Plate 201 Jeff Bagwell - Special Card 202 Tony Batista - Special Card 203 Barry Bonds - Special Card 204 Roger Clemens - Special Card 205 Carlos Delgado - Special Card 206 Jim Edmonds - Special Card 207 Jason Giambi - Special Card 208 Troy Glaus - Special Card 209 Ken Griffey Jr. - Special Card 210 Vladimir Guerrero - Special Card 211 Tony Gwynn - Special Card 212 Todd Helton - Special Card 213 Richard Hidalgo - Special Card 214 Reggie Jackson - Special Card 215 Dave Justice - Special Card 216 Harmon Killebrew - Special Card 217 Mark McGwire - Special Card 218 Roy Oswalt - Special Card 219 Rafael Palmeiro - Special Card 220 Mike Piazza - Special Card 221 Albert Pujols - Special Card 222 Manny Ramirez - Special Card 223 Alex Rodriguez - Special Card 224 Nolan Ryan - Special Card 225 CC Sabathia - Special Card 226 Mike Schmidt - Special Card 227 Gary Sheffield - Special Card 228 Tsuyoshi Shinjo - Special Card 229 Sammy Sosa - Special Card 230 Ichiro Suzuki - Special Card 231 Frank Thomas - Special Card 232 Jim Thome - Special Card 233 Robin Yount - Special Card 234 Astrodome - Classic Stadium 235 Classic Fenway - Classic Stadium 236 Classic Wrigley - Classic Stadium 237 Classic Yankee - Classic Stadium 238 Acclaim Sports Park - Classic Stadium 239 Enzo Field - Classic Stadium 240 Fischbach Field - Classic Stadium 241 Lockodome - Classic Stadium 242 Old Snavely Stadium - Classic Stadium 243 Whitaker Grounds - Classic Stadium 244 Zentmeyer Dome - Classic Stadium 245 Forbes Field - Classic Stadium 246 Polo Ground - Classic Stadium 247 Riverfront - Classic Stadium 248 Tiger Stadium - Classic Stadium 249 Brandon Adcock - Dingers (Developer Card) 250 Kevin Brinson - Dingers (Developer Card) 251 Randy Buck - Dingers (Developer Card) 252 Nigel Cook - Dingers (Developer Card) 253 Malc Crummack - Dingers (Developer Card) 254 Peyton Duncan - Dingers (Developer Card) 255 Nelson Everhart - Dingers (Developer Card) 256 Tim Flier - Dingers (Developer Card) 257 Tom Green - Dingers (Developer Card) 258 Bill Kydd - Dingers (Developer Card) 259 Matt Liverman - Dingers (Developer Card) 260 Andrew Locko - Dingers (Developer Card) 261 Wes Mailman - Dingers (Developer Card) 262 Mike Mann - Dingers (Developer Card) 263 Matt McEnerney - Dingers (Developer Card) 264 Shawn Nicholson - Dingers (Developer Card) 265 Dan Rubel - Dingers (Developer Card) 266 Cooper Sellers - Dingers (Developer Card) 267 Mike Skinner - Dingers (Developer Card) 268 PJ Snavely - Dingers (Developer Card) 269 Ryan Starr - Dingers (Developer Card) 270 Sarma Vanguri - Dingers (Developer Card) 271 Mario Ventrella - Dingers (Developer Card) 272 Rob Whitaker - Dingers (Developer Card) 273 Justin Withers - Dingers (Developer Card) 274 Tom Zentmeyer - Dingers (Developer Card) 275 Dingers - Teams 276 Pixels - Teams 277 Islanders - Teams 278 Rated Rookies - Teams 279 AL Legends - Teams 280 NL Legends - Teams 281 Wrinklies - Teams 282 Angels - Alternate Throwbacks 283 Astros - Alternate Throwbacks 284 Athletics - Alternate Throwbacks 285 Blue Jays - Alternate Throwbacks 286 Braves - Alternate Throwbacks 287 Brewers - Alternate Throwbacks 288 Cardinals - Alternate Throwbacks 289 Cubs - Alternate Throwbacks 290 Devil Rays - Alternate Throwbacks 291 Diamondbacks - Alternate Throwbacks 292 Dingers - Alternate Throwbacks 293 Dodgers - Alternate Throwbacks 294 Expos - Alternate Throwbacks 295 Giants - Alternate Throwbacks 296 Indians - Alternate Throwbacks 297 Mariners - Alternate Throwbacks 298 Marlins - Alternate Throwbacks 299 Mets - Alternate Throwbacks 300 Orioles - Alternate Throwbacks 301 Padres - Alternate Throwbacks 302 Phillies - Alternate Throwbacks 303 Pirates - Alternate Throwbacks 304 Rangers - Alternate Throwbacks 305 Reds - Alternate Throwbacks 306 Red Sox - Alternate Throwbacks 307 Rockies - Alternate Throwbacks 308 Royals - Alternate Throwbacks 309 Tigers - Alternate Throwbacks 310 Twins - Alternate Throwbacks 311 White Sox - Alternate Throwbacks 312 Yankees - Alternate Throwbacks
R2(2), L1, R2, LEFT, DOWN, RIGHT, UP, LEFT, DOWN, RIGHT, UP.
Start a game and allow the controller to remain idel. After a few minutes after they have announced the lineups and the starting pitcher, Thom Brennaman will start telling in-depth stories about baseball.
Use the following trick to unlock all the cards in one or two games. Once you unlock the Cooperstown Legends and the Pixels, play as the Legends. You will find that within the fifth or sixth inning, every hit equals ten points and possibly more. Constantly hit homeruns and strike out the batters and you should have forty to fifty packs to open after the game. This is the easiest way to complete your card collection and unlock the cheats.
For easy points in any one of the three modes of trivia (classic, home run derby, and speed), when you get a wrong answer, do not continue to the next question. Instead, press B so that the game asks if you want to quit. Then, press B again to remain in the game. After you have done this, press A to go advance to the next question. As a result, the game will give you a single and not penalize you with an out. Note: In home run derby trivia, this method will give you a homerun instead of an out.
You can gain "points" for certain feats performed during a game. An easy way to get a lot of points is to throw a perfect game. This is worth 100 points. Switch controls every time the CPU is up at bat and intentionally strike out. This will get you points for 27 strikeouts, and for a perfect game. Repeat as many times as needed. To get more points in franchise mode to sign your free agents, during the off season either create a player and pick him up as a free agent or sign free agents and release them at the end of the season.
While looking at the credits press A to hear commentary about the developer who is currently on the screen.
Press L at the controller selection screen to activate cheats that have been bought.
Use trades to get rid of your older less talented players for slightly better players. Even if the CPU rejects your trade, keep trying repeatedly and it will usually eventually accept it. However, make the trade reasonable, such as a B- player for a B or B+ player. If the player you really want just does not seem to want to join your team, try trading for another player who is slightly better, then return to that player you want and try again. Do this every season to keep good young players.
In season, franchise or expansion mode, go to the DL, and put any pitcher on the 15 day DL. Then immediately take him back into your lineup. He will have recovered all of his energy.
The best pitchers have a pitch called a "Slurve" (for example, Mark Burhele of the Chicago White Sox). Also try the "Dominate Curve" with Pedro.
Immediately after the pitcher releases the ball, press Start. You will see where the ball is going and if it will be a strike or ball. Resume the game and move your batting cursor over it to get a nice powerful swing. Note: You do not need to press Start directly after the pitcher lets go of the ball -- it just gives you more time to move your cursor after the game is resumed. Use the pause technique before batting. When you see where the ball is going, try your best to get the ball as close to the point of the contact triangle (the part closest to the batter, not the thick part of the triangle). You will usually get homeruns or at least doubles.
After hitting a homerun, a replay of it will be displayed. When you see your batter heading home from third base, press various buttons to see different camera angles.
You can gain points for certain feats performed during a game. You can use these points to buy cards which unlock cheats, stadiums, jerseys, producers, and players. An easy way to get a lot of points is to throw a perfect game. This is worth 100 points. Switch controls every time the CPU is up at bat and intentionally strike out. This will get you points for 27 strikeouts, and for a perfect game. Repeat this as many times as needed to get an unlimited amount of points.
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