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June 4th, 2003 Update-

Thanks to Gantry from for fixing the team names at the end of game newspaper screen. The roms have now been updated with that information. An updated version will be out probably around the MLB all-star break, just minor updates however, like bench players and other such things. If there is something you think needs to be updated or changed, post it on the "Changes" thread in the forum. Thanks.


Welcome to the home of the game RBI Baseball 2k3.  As you probably know, RBI baseball is nothing new. In fact, it's been around for over 15 years now. It's hard to believe how fast time flies.

With that being said, today we live in a world where games are beginning to blur the line between what is real and what attempts to be. Along with the gaming industry, and their attempts to become more realistic, is seems the simplistic bliss of controlling 8-bit blobs with a directional pad and two buttons are long, LONG, gone.

Still today, a cultish following of RBIers remains. Most of us play in our own apartments and homes now, and now we have to sneak games in between work and sleep instead of cartoons and little league.

So in a nut shell, this is my contribution to all of you who still enjoy a game of RBI. It needed a face lift, and maybe a reason for the next generation to grow up with the stars of today on the platform of yesterday.

In 3 roms, it contains ALL 30 major league teams. With projected batting lineups and pitching rotations for 2003. All ratings were taken from my WSB 2k3. Hence the name "RBI Baseball 2k3"

That is about it for now.  I have some other ideas in the works, like a version of RBI that will be  a mix of "baseball" and "homerun derby."

Thanks and Enjoy!


Rom 1

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Rom 2

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Rom 3

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The teams were categorized by their standings from last season. Since teams tend to improve and also unimprove gradually, and at the same time baseball and it's talent ratio from the top team to the bottom is so large, this seemed the best way to do it.