High Heat Major League Baseball 2002 is a realistic and fun baseball game for the PC. It features a new pitching practice mode where you can select a batter and pitcher to go head-to-head at the stadium of your choice. The two-man broadcast booth, featuring Dave O'Brien (radio voice of the Florida Marlins) describing the action and Ray Fosse (of the Oakland Athletics) doing intelligent color analysis, adds to the excitement and realism of High Heat Baseball. The season starts with exhibition team rosters that expand to 35 players in season/career play. Rosters expand to 40 players in September. Animated base coaches at first and third base tell runners when to slide, stop, or run through. A new infield cutoff man can intercept the long throws from the outfield at your command. Catchers can snap throw (à la Pudge Rodriguez) to a base to catch an unsuspecting base runner. Pitchers can move to the edge of the rubber to gain a slight advantage on the hitters. In addition, data screens can now be exported to HTML format. Save game highlights, load, and replay them in the highlight viewer.