MLB 2002 features more than 300 major-league motion-captured animations with 250 personalized moves, ranging from Randy Johnson's nasty three-quarter delivery to El Duque's unmistakable leg kick. Players are closely modeled after their real-life counterparts, and games can be played at stadiums across the country, such as the brand-new PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Endorsed this time by MLB all-star and outfielder for the Atlanta Braves Andruw Jones, MLB 2002 complements the usual round of roster and stadium updates with new batting and pitching artificial intelligence models that were designed with the expert help of San Diego Padre stars Tony Gwynn and Trevor Hoffman, respectively. In fact, nearly 20 baseball professionals had a hand in shaping the game, from managers consulting on the strategic AI to Hall of Fame Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully providing the play-by-play. The game's other features include total-control gameplay, which will show players making diving catches and infielders throwing from their knees; eight game modes, from spring training to Home Run Derby; and authentic MLB trophies awarded to your best players, including the Cy Young Award.