Super Bases Loaded 3: License to Steal (JP: Super Moero!! Pro Yakyuu) is the third game in Jaleco's Bases Loaded series to be released on the Super Nintendo. It uses the MLBPA license and so all of the athletes are actual baseball players active in 1994. However, it doesn't have the MLB license required for team names, and so the teams are simply referred to by their home town/city/state. The game also uses three fictitious stadiums that player can select.
As with previous Bases Loaded games, the pitching/batting is viewed from an uncommon isometric perspective rather than the "behind the batter" view that was standard at the time. Bases Loaded would see one more sequel before the franchise went defunct: Bases Loaded '96: Double Header for PlayStation and Saturn.