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Atari 8-bitComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Jun, 1985)
CB does a good job in the area of compiling stats and allowing owners to create their own teams. If you have the available stats you can create any team or league you wish, from your son's Little League squad to the 1985 All-Star game. However, to trade players or draft players (from existing teams) you must re-enter the stats for each player. It is not possible to simply tell the program to trade Dave Parker to Boston. A nice touch for any sports game is the option to have the computer play the role of opposing manager. CB fills this requirement but it must be pointed out that "Casey" is not exactly the Earl Weaver of managers. The game program and player stats simply take up too much of the available 48/64K to permit really extensive artificial intelligence.
 
CB does a good job in the area of compiling stats and allowing owners to create their own teams. If you have the available stats you can create any team or league you wish, from your son's Little League squad to the 1985 All-Star game. However, to trade players or draft players (from existing teams) you must re-enter the stats for each player. It is not possible to simply tell the program to trade Dave Parker to Boston. A nice touch for any sports game is the option to have the computer play the role of opposing manager. CB fills this requirement but it must be pointed out that "Casey" is not exactly the Earl Weaver of managers. The game program and player stats simply take up too much of the available 48/64K to permit really extensive artificial intelligence.
 
Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW) (Jun, 1985)
CB does a good job in the area of compiling stats and allowing owners to create their own teams. If you have the available stats you can create any team or league you wish, from your son's Little League squad to the 1985 All-Star game. However, to trade players or draft players (from existing teams) you must re-enter the stats for each player. It is not possible to simply tell the program to trade Dave Parker to Boston. A nice touch for any sports game is the option to have the computer play the role of opposing manager. CB fills this requirement but it must be pointed out that "Casey" is not exactly the Earl Weaver of managers. The game program and player stats simply take up too much of the available 48/64K to permit really extensive artificial intelligence.