Cal Ripken Jr., the ironman of baseball, leased his name and image to this video game version of America's favorite pastime. You can play by yourself, compete against a friend, or you and your friend can team-up against the computer. Other than Cal Ripken Jr. himself, there are no other copyrighted images in this game such as players, logos, or team names. There are 18 generic baseball teams, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. You can choose from three different fictitious stadiums to play in, and you can organize an All Cal game where Ripken Jr. plays every position on the field. League play consists of a 20-week season, but if you want more practice before entering serious competition, you can play exhibition ball. Other options and features include leading off, stealing bases, bunting, substituting players, and passwords for each season game, so you won't have to begin anew every time you turn on your SNES.