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Backyard Baseball 2001
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Game Information
Developer(s) Humongous Entertainment
Publisher(s) Infogrames
Platform(s) PC and Mac
Release Date(s) 2001
Input Device(s) Mouse, Keyboard, and Gamepad

Backyard Baseball 2001 was the second Backyard Baseball game, and the 4th overall game in the Backyard Sports franchise. It was made for Windows/Macintosh. It was also the second game overall to have pros.

Intro videoEdit

Sammy Sosa appears at the bat, with Mike Piazza catching. Camera closes into them, and Sammy Sosa takes a big swing of the bat and stops to reveal the BBL logo, Then Chipper Jones appears, who picks up a grounder, and throws to second. Stephanie Morgan catches the ball and hits foot on second base to get a sliding Jeff Bagwell (a Houston Astro) out. She throws it to first, covered by Colorado Rockie Larry Walker for the double play. A sweating and panting Dmitri Petrovich who runs by first base, tagged out. Lisa Crocket, who hits a ball that stops and turns into a white circle with the Cleveland Indians logo. Kenny Kawaguchi does the same thing only the ball turns into the Seattle Mariners logo now. Nomar Garciaparra (a Boston Red Sock) hits a Texas Ranger, then Ken Griffey Jr. (a Cincinnati Red), Luanne Lui and Kimmy Eckman, respectively, all take swings. After which more white circles with logos of various MLB teams appear, until all 30 teams appeared. After that, Randy Johnson apears, and pitches the ball at the screen, and the Backyard Baseball 2001 logo appears.

ProsEdit

  • Barry Larkin, Cincinnati Reds
  • Juan Gonzalez, Detroit Tigers
  • Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs
  • Shawn Green, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox
  • Kenny Lofton, Cleveland Indians
  • Jose Canseco, Tampa Bay Devil Rays
  • Alex Rodriguez, Seattle Mariners
  • Curt Schilling, Philadelphia Phillies
  • Mark McGwire, St. Louis Cardinals
  • Mo Vaughn, Anaheim Angels
  • Jeromy Burnitz, Milwaukee Brewers
  • Raul Mondesi, Toronto Blue Jays
  • Vladimir Guerrero, Montreal Expos
  • Jeff Bagwell, Houston Astros
  • Nomar Garciaparra, Boston Red Sox
  • Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants
  • Jason Giambi, Oakland Athletics
  • Larry Walker, Colorado Rockies
  • Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves
  • Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
  • Mike Piazza, New York Mets
  • Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres
  • Alex Gonzalez, Florida Marlins
  • Jason Kendall, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Ken Griffey Jr., Cincinnati Reds
  • Carlos Beltran, Kansas City Royals
  • Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore Orioles
  • Ivan Rodriguez, Texas Rangers
  • Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Marty Cordova, Minnesota Twins

FieldsEdit

Steele Stadium

Parks Dept. #2

Cement Gardens

Tin Can Alley

Eckman Acres

Dirty Yards

Sandy Flats

Playground Commons

Custom Teams and NamesEdit

Names Teams
Blue Melonheads
Crazy Hornets
Green Wombats
Humongous Bombers
Junior Monsters
Little Fishes
Mighty
Red
Super Duper
White

Due to similarities with the real teams included in the game, the custom team names Giants and Socks are cut from this edition of Backyard Baseball. The name All Stars is also no longer available.

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