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Old 09-18-2016, 04:28 PM
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Thanks for starting this thread, Mark -- possibly our favorite (inevitably) in our seven years on board here!
Gotta say we really like your Wachter's (and we don't say that to many guys ).

Really enviable pieces shown by everyone so far!
Greg -- is there any way we could prevail upon you to scan the inside and back pages of the Ty Cobb rule book for us?
Bob -- Kollmorgen's nephew and the son of You Pitch creator Ken Cook both contributed some background info
about those games at our own Forum.
Brent -- we've never seen the little blue-and-red game seen at the lower right of your hockey display. Could you give us
a little more information about it?

Our own collections have more quantity than quality, and at least two other guys on board here have game collections
the quality of which dwarfs ours -- but since it's so rare in here that we have any excuse to show off our stuff,
and before those other guys chime in with exceptionally hard acts to follow and make us look like pikers,
here are just a few of our favorites, with several more not present due to us not having decent photos of them...
hope nobody minds...

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Fan Craze, 1904 -- Inside Baseball, 1910s

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Peg Base Ball, 1908-24 -- Mather's Parlor Base Ball Game, 1906


Play Ball ~ Everybody's Game, 1925

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Bam-Bee-No ~ The National Game, 1921 -- American Base Ball ~ The National Game, 1930s

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The American Game ~ Baseball, 1932 -- Managers' Baseball Game, 1949
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Old 09-18-2016, 04:32 PM
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A few more, if you can stand it...

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Diceball, 1937 -- "Lucky 7th" Baseball Game, 1939

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Psychic Baseball, 1935 -- Baseball [Sports Illustrated], 1972

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Baseball Game. 1917 -- Batter-Up Big League Baseball Game, 1960s

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"Follow The Stars", 1922 -- Be A Manager, 1967

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Steele's Inside Base Ball, c1914 -- National Pastime, 1947

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Big League, 1932 -- All-American Inside Baseball Game, 1940
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"Game of Baseball"....

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Old 09-19-2016, 12:28 AM
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Great stuff posted by everyone!

Butch-
That's an amazing Game assortment. Phenomenal!

Jim-
That's my very favorite of all the "Pitch & Hit" Pinball Games. I still remember as a kid, the thrill of getting the ball up the ramp, and into the Grand Slam well. The recessed "baserunners" are great, too. Just magical!
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Great stuff posted by everyone!

Butch-
That's an amazing Game assortment. Phenomenal!

Jim-
That's my very favorite of all the "Pitch & Hit" Pinball Games. I still remember as a kid, the thrill of getting the ball up the ramp, and into the Grand Slam well. The recessed "baserunners" are great, too. Just magical!
Same Here Jim!
I Sill Love that Game...

One Day I'll I Have Room Again
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Maybe I'll be Fortunate Enough ta FiND One!!!
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Really cool stuff everyone!!
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Default agree about the grand slam

bought one in a Hunt auction long ago - was a struggle to get it in my car and then up the stairs by myself - but the memories of playing it at a great arcade on 52nd and Broadway in my misspent youth was a driving force. I sold it after a bit - worried I couldn't make the small repairs that might be needed along the way. Some super graphics on many of the game fronts you guys have posted. Sweet stuff.
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These are my Ultra Machine batting games from the 70s. The beat up one has Sadaharu Oh and Tabuchi on it.

They were both made by Nintendo (as you can tell from the inscribed bat) back before it became a famous video game company.
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