Mario Superstar Baseball

14,789pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Add New Page Talk0
Mario Superstar Baseball
MarioSB Cover
North American box art.
Developer(s) Namco, NowPro
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube platform icon
Genre(s) Baseball

03ESRB E  01PEGI 3  01CERO A  01USK 0 

Credits • Gallery • Cheats & Hints • Videos

Mario Superstar Baseball is a game for the Nintendo GameCube that is developed by Namco and published by Nintendo. At the time, this game featured the most playable Mario characters ever in a game (with its sequel beating it by nine), and is also the first Mario game that Namco has ever fully developed on any platform. The game features over thirty characters as they play baseball through many diffrent courses. It also features many modes, and mini-games. A sequel called Mario Super Sluggers was released three years later.


Team Chemistry is a fun little addition to Mario Baseball. Each character has a special connection with another player, and if he's tossing or batting from a player that he's friends with, then his shot will be much better. For example, Mario's compatible with Luigi, Peach, and Yoshi, if he's throwing to one of them, the throw and catch will be much better than with someone else.

List of Character's Chemistry


In the main, and multiplayer mode, there is a selected name for each team depending on which character you choose as the team captain, the following is a list of all the teams that are in both the single and multiplayer mode.

  • Mario - Mario Heroes, Mario Fireballs, Mario Sunshines (reference to Super Mario Sunshine), Mario All-Stars (reference to Super Mario All-Stars)
  • Luigi - Luigi Gentlemen, Luigi Vacuums (reference to Luigi's Mansion), Luigi Mansioneers (reference to Luigi's Mansion), Luigi Leapers (reference to the fact that Luigi is known for his high jumping qualities)
  • Peach - Peach Roses, Peach Dynasties, Peach Monarchs, Peach Princess
  • Daisy - Daisy Lillies, Daisy Cupids, Daisy Queen Bees, Daisy Petals
  • Yoshi - Yoshi Eggs (reference to the actual Yoshi Eggs), Yoshi Speed Stars, Yoshi Islanders (reference to Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island), Yoshi Flutters (reference to Yoshi's flutter jump)
  • Birdo - Birdo Beauties, Birdo Models, Birdo Bows, Birdo Fans
  • Wario - Wario Garlics (reference to the fact that Wario loves garlic), Wario Steakheads, Wario Greats, Wario Beasts
  • Waluigi - Waluigi Smart-Alecks, Waluigi Mystiques, Waluigi Flankers, Waluigi Mashers
  • Donkey Kong - DK Explorers, DK Wild Ones, DK Kongs, DK Animals
  • Diddy Kong - Diddy Survivors, Diddy Ninjas, Diddy Tails, Diddy Red Caps
  • Bowser - Bowser Flames (reference to the fact that Bowser can breathe fire), Bowser Blue Shells, Bowser Monsters, Bowser Blackstars
  • Bowser Jr. - Jr. Fangs, Jr. Bombers, Jr. Pixies, Jr. Rookies

Playable Characters

Note that Toad, Pianta, Noki, Koopa Troopa, Dry Bones, Magikoopa, Paratroopa and Shy Guy are all available in different colors, which give them slightly different abilities. Hammer Bro (using a hammer as a bat) not only changes color, but you can turn him into either Fire Bro (wooden bat with fire painted on it) or Boomerang Bro (boomerang bat).


  • Nice Bat - 100 to 200 coins
  • Power Bat - 100 to 200 coins
  • Super Ball - 100 to 200 coins
  • Lucky Glove - 100 to 200 coins
  • Dash Spikes - 100 to 200 coins
  • Buddy Emblem - 100 to 200 coins
  • Superstar - 600 to 900 coins
  • Red Fireball - 200 coins
  • Green Fireball - 200 coins
  • Lovely Heart - 200 coins
  • Pretty Flower - 200 coins
  • Gnarly Garlic - 200 coins
  • Whiskered Eggplant - 200 coins
  • Yoshi Egg - 200 coins
  • Birdo Egg - 200 coins
  • King Banana - 200 coins
  • Chimp Banana - 200 coins
  • Bullet Bill - 200 coins
  • Jr. Mask - 200 coins
  • Secret Map - 500 coins


  • Mario Stadium - Easiest field, no hazards, for beginners, or players who want to play a regular game.
  • Peach Garden - ? Blocks, Hedges.
  • Wario Palace - Tornado, Chain Chomps.
  • Yoshi Park - Piranha Plants
  • Donkey Kong Jungle - Klap Traps, Barrels
  • Bowser Castle - Lava Pits, Fireballs, Thwomps.


  • Bob-omb Derby
  • Wall Ball
  • Chain Chomp Sprint
  • Piranha Panic
  • Barrel Batter
  • Star Dash


  • Despite every other character in the video game speaking, Mario is the only one that doesn't, even when talked to, his word balloon is completely blank. This is possibly because Mario is a typical silent protagonist, and never has spoken an in game conversation other than speaking in an unexplainable language in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time and saying Luigi's and Peach's names in a few games.
  • King Bob-omb makes an appearance as one of the Bob-ombs in the mini game Bob-omb Derby.

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki