Bob Ojeda-New York Mets
"Big Game Bob", as we call him. Ojeda is one of the most under-rated pitchers in Nintendo's R.B.I. Baseball. Ojeda is a crafty lefty, that can mow through batters from either side of the plate. People always talk about Dwight Gooden pitching for the Mets, but Ojeda is my game 1 starter. No doubt about it! I also want him on the hill in the deciding game when playing a best of 3 or best of 5 series.
Tom Brookens-Detroit Tigers
The greatest #8 hitter in all of R.B.I. Baseball. Brookens brings a massive bat in the 8 spot, and makes you wonder each time he comes up....am i stupid enough to pitch to this guy, or should I just walk him and face the pitcher?
Willie Hernandez-Detroit Tigers
Left handed pitcher, blazing fastball, & the dude never smiles. Sounds like a damn good reliever to me! What makes Willie awesome is that his fast ball really pops.
Steve Bedrosian-National league
Besides the big bats, & complete maniac on the mound which is Fernando Valenzuela, Bedrock is one the National League's most valuable players. Side arm pitcher with good movement, that really makes that staff in general real hard to score runs against. Most R.B.I. players associate Brett Saberhagen as the premier side arm pitcher, but Bedrosian is the man that helps make N.L. #1.
Tim Raines-National League
The National League is chock full of BIG BATS. Players with 900+ power ratings bashing balls out of the stadium. And then there is Tim Raines. In R.B.I. baseball, Raines is diminutive in power when compared to the likes of Dale Murphy, Andre Dawson, Eric Davis, and Mike Schmidt.
Jesse Orosco - New York Mets
The Mets staff is pretty bad ass...as in best pitching staff in R.B.I. Baseball. Bob Ojeda is the ace, Doc Gooden can deal, and Jesse Orosco is one of the premier relievers in R.B.I.
Gary Gaetti & Tim Laudner