Baseball is a sport that is not so popular in many countries, so if you are passionate about it then it is difficult to have a chance to play it practically. Instead, you can play simulated games on the computer.
1. Diamond mind baseball
Diamond Mind is a computer-simulated baseball game that has been around for more than 20 years. Its sophisticated engine is used by ESPN and other means to simulate seasons and is considered by many to be the best game out there.
The way it works is, the user builds a baseball team using the players and tries to beat the other teams in a 12-team tournament in a simulated 162 match. It’s not easy to put Mickey Mantle in the center, Babe Ruth is on the right flank and puts Cy Young on the pitcher, as the money limit means you can only buy a few superstars for your team.
Diamond Mind is a computer-simulated baseball game that has been around for more than 20 years.
2. Simleague baseball
This game comes from What If Sports, run by Fox Sports.com, is similar to Diamond Mind but has a few subtle differences. Players from 1885-2007 are used and you can manage your club through 162 matches in a 24 team tournament. There are private and public tournaments and also a feature that allows you to play games online.
3. Sim Dynasty
Sim Dynasty is better suited to running a franchise instead of just running a baseball team. The manager can take control of his team over the seasons, build a player system, and compete over a longer time. One team one season is free, so it’s a great way to test the system before entering a multi-season tournament.
Sim Dynasty has a vibrant online player community and its franchise potential is very attractive. The free start policy is a double-edged sword that is, yes, very cheap to try, but for those who want to stick with it, many eventually give up on their baseball teams after a poor start.