General Admission Baseball

Microleague Baseball 4 PC CD General Admission manage pro MLB team players game! 



General Admissions 



General Admission Baseball (aka Microleague Baseball 4)

Manage your own major league team!

It's the bottom of the ninth, two outs and the home team opposing has the tying run on second and the winning run at the plate. The team has put in its best right-handed pinch hitter and he looks confident. Now it's up to you. Your managerial skills and statistical analysis are the keys to winning this game. Using our USA TODAY Stat Book feature, you see that the batter hits .308 against lefties, but his average against right-handed pitchers isn't that great (.200). He is a pull hitter with a lot of extra base hits when batting against "southpaws" (10-2b, 2-3b, and 15HR). Your starting pitcher, who is a lefty, has thrown a terrific game so far, but you can see that he is getting tired. You look in your bullpen for a righty who can blow the ball past the batter. Remember, however, that this reliever is cold and can be rocked for an extra-base hit. The result: the loss of the game. The reliever has only given up 3 HR's in the last 50 innings pitched and has struck out 23 right-handed batters. However, he has given up 9 doubles in the same amount of time. Do you go with him? He's powerful and you are sure he can end this game with a win.

You know the batter is a solid pull hitter, so you need to play your fielders accordingly. You don't want a ball to go over an outfielder's head, but the chances of this batter hitting the bag anywhere near-right field are slim. Use your Defensive Playbook and have your leftfielder play deep and your centerfielder play deep for the pull. Both players have strong arms, so play them aggressively and they'd be able to keep the runner from scoring on a long fly. It is unlikely the batter win try to bunt. Because the batter tends to pull the ball, cover the gap in right-center field by telling your infielders to play for the pull. This will bring your second baseman closer to second base, in effect plugging up the gap. Also, you don't want to give up an extra base hit, so you guard the line. Your infield is set. What about your pitching strategy? The reliever is powerful; do you try to throw it right by the batter? Pitching aggressively may not be the best choice. Walking him is an option with first base open. The on-deck batter isn't as threatening as this guy, but they could pinch hit for him, too. You decide to pitch "around" to him and not give him anything good to hit because of the open base and weak on-deck batter. It's time to test your strategy. Working from the stretch the pitcher checks the runner... here's the pitch... the batter swings... he connects... it's going deep to left-center... your centerfielder is running underneath it and makes a great grab to end the game.

GOOD CALL! If he hadn't been playing in the alley he might not have gotten to the ball. Your decisions made the difference. That's what MLB4 is all about. MicroLeague Baseball 4 is a fourth generation baseball simulation. We have put many hours of research and development into this product, so an incredibly realistic simulation can be as close as your computer.

NOTE: In order to use the General Mgr/Owner section, you will need to the GM/O program disk which is an add-on and not included. All other sections need no add-ons.

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