Yoshi Park

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This article is about the baseball stadium from Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Super Sluggers. For information about the race tracks from Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, see Yoshi Park 1 and Yoshi Park 2.

Yoshi Park is Yoshi's stadium in the Mario Baseball games Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Super Sluggers. It appears to be set on Yoshi's Island, and shares a visual style to Yoshi's Story.

History[edit]

Mario Baseball series[edit]

Mario Superstar Baseball[edit]

Yoshi Park as it appears in Mario Superstar Baseball.

The stadium is grass-filled with some colored grass in the middle that represents Yoshi. It is located on Yoshi's Island. The background is very much based on Yoshi's Story, having the cardboard texture, and even the Super Happy Tree.

Yoshi's House from Super Mario World can also be seen in the background. It is also infested with giant Piranha Plants that will sometimes eat baseballs and spit them somewhere else. They will also hurt a player if they run into it. The stadium, in Challenge Mode, is where the Yoshi Team is always challenged. Yoshi Park is also the location of the mini-game, Piranha Panic.

Mario Super Sluggers[edit]

Yoshi Park as it appears in Mario Super Sluggers in the daytime and nighttime.

Yoshi Park returns in Mario Super Sluggers, however now it appears as more of an amusement park. Everything is still in cardboard style and Piranha Plants still try to eat the baseballs, but now they only appear at night. The amusement rides appear to have some relation to Shy Guys, since they are riding them and their masks appear on several of them. The Yoshi Train is also seen circling the field, which can change into the much-longer Wiggler Train at night. Warp Pipes appear in the day.

The mini-game set there is again Piranha Panic, but it is very different from the game's predecessor.

Collectible Card Info[edit]

  • Information: Win or lose, players have fun at Yoshi Park. It's an amusement park where baseball is just one of the attractions. There's a train that runs along the outfield and warp pipes that can swallow a routine grounder.
  • Field Obstacle: Steam Train and Warp Pipes
  • Fun Fact: Yoshi Park lights up like a carnival at night, making it one of the prettiest stadiums to play in after dark.


Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOA) Parque de Yoshi Yoshi's Park
French Parc de Yoshi Yoshi's Park