Ken Griffey Jr.'s Winning Run

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Ken Griffey Jr.'s Winning Run is a baseball video game developed by Rare Ltd. in 1996 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Named after the baseball player Ken Griffey Jr., the game is based on the final play of the 1995 American League Division Series in which Griffey scored the winning run all the way from 1st base on a close play in the bottom of the 11th inning. The game features the 28 MLB teams present at the time of the event, however due to the lack of a MLB Players' Association license, Griffey is the only player in the game to use his actual name. The video game is also the first sports game to feature alternate uniforms, wherein the computer randomly selects either the standard home and away colors, or alternate colors. Players have the choice of playing franchise mode, MLB Challenge mode, exhibition play mode, All-Star Game mode or a home-run derby mode in the game.

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