Video Game: Bases Loaded (1988)
Paste was the one in the one-two punch of Paste and Bay, perhaps the most formidable third and clean-up hitters in baseball video game history. While Bay was a talented slugger in his own right having hit .331 with 30 dingers, Paste was otherworldly.
Had Paste been real, Paste would have been the greatest of all-time and surely have been the basis for several new religions. Like Matt Christopher's Kid Who Only Hits Homers, Paste pretty much only hits homers, 60 of them in fact to go with his .467 (!!) batting average. Simply put, Paste's New Jersey squad was just about unbeatable and that makes him the greatest video game slugger of them all.