RealSports Baseball is a 1982 sports video game developed initially for the Atari 2600 platform. This game improved upon Atari’s earlier baseball-themed game, Home Run, by incorporating a baseball diamond, fly-balls, fielders throwing the ball to tag opposing players out, and other traditional features of baseball.
In RealSports Baseball, players can use the joystick to select the type of swing the batter will make, including bunts, grounders, and fly-balls. The Atari 2600 version of the game offers four variations of play. Players can choose between single-player and two-player modes and select whether the batter can strike any ball or only hit balls within the strike zone.