All-Star Baseball 2002 features all 30 major-league teams and more than 700 players with lifelike facial textures for superb graphic detail. A special Cooperstown Hall of Fame team includes Reggie Jackson, Mike Schmidt, and Nolan Ryan. The game features play-by-play and game analysis from Arizona Diamondbacks Manager Bob Brenly and his former national TV partner Thom Brennaman. You can turn back the clock with classic uniforms for each club--the '62 Mets, for instance--and enjoy all 30 current MLB stadiums. Each features active dugouts and bullpens, real-time scoreboards and Jumbotrons, and stadium-specific features such as the waterfalls at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. The game includes 130 unique player batting stances, 50 pitching deliveries, and more than 1,500 motion-captured animations. Future-throw technology allows you to make incredible catches and throws as never before. Other features include an innovative 3-D batting interface and power/contact swing selection. Season awards include the MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year, and Gold Glove. General manager mode lets you trade, sign free agents, and draft players. Other game modes include exhibition, season, World Series, home-run derby, and batting practice. Seven authentic stadium camera angles give you a TV broadcast view. Features exclusive to the GameCube version of All-Star Baseball 2002 include two new stadiums--Safeco Field in Seattle as outfitted for the 2001 All-Star Game and Puerto Rico Stadium--and features updated graphics for many other stadiums, including PNC Park, Miller Park, and Oakland Coliseum. You can now change fielders and control checked swings. There is an all-new CPU defensive assist option and broken bat technology.