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Baseball Advance (originally released in Japan as Greatest Nine) is a sports game for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance, developed by Smilebit and released by THQ in March 2002. It was generally praised by critics upon its release. The game is the final entry in the Greatest Nine series.
All thirty teams from the Major League are available for selection. Only four stadiums (Safeco Field, Wrigley Field, Fenway Park and Pacific Bell Park) are available within the game, and all teams have one of these as their home ground regardless of where they come from. A planned Sega-themed stadium was created but ultimately not included because it did not fit with the game’s more serious tone.
All player statistics in Exhibition Mode, Playoffs and the All-Star Game are those of the 2001 season. However, in Season mode, their stats are completely dependent on the results of each game played, meaning that the player has control of them. The game keeps all player statistics, such as batting average, ERA, RBI, season strikeouts and more. The game also has a history of records for seasonal stats and single game stats which the player can break as well.