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Vintage 1984 Milton Bradley Championship Baseball Card Board Game Box

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A completely self-contained baseball board game! The UBTG game box is a completely self-contained, non-digital board game: Includes BASIC & ADVANCED games! Includes over 200 all-time stars from America’s baseball history! Only 1 card per star… you don’t need to purchase additional seasonal card sets! No batteries, joysticks, game stations, or computers required! Continue scrolling to learn more.

Japanese children used to enjoy playing sandlot baseball and also played card and menko with a photo of their favorite players printed on (like iroha-karuta produced in 1948. Photo above) and baseball board game (like the one produced by EPOCH company in 1974. Photo below).

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Iroha-karuta produced in 1948.


Baseball board game produced by EPOCH company
in 1974

Exhibition: "Children's Play and Baseball"
Tuesday, December 9, 2008 through Sunday, February 1, 2009
At the exhibition Hall of the Baseball Museum
In cooperation with EPOCH Company

Japanese children used to enjoy playing sandlot baseball and also played card and menko with a photo of their favorite players printed on (like iroha-karuta produced in 1948. Photo above) and baseball board game (like the one produced by EPOCH company in 1974. Photo below).
The upcoming exhibition will showcase many kinds of playthings enjoyed mostly in Showa period onwards; sugoroku (Japanese backgammon), cards, baseball boards, beigoma, menko, so-called "bromide," and baseball cards.
Also on display will be the first baseball board produced by EPOCH in 1958 and the above-mentioned one, which has enjoyed the highest popularity ever.

 

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(Edited from ) All Star Baseball is one of the most popular baseball board games of the last sixty years, and has been honored as one of the fifty most influential American board games of all time. It was manufactured by Cadaco-Ellis and designed by baseball player Ethan Allen (1904-1993)… The game first appeared in 1941. It was the best-selling baseball board game of all time.

TIM PONISCIAK has been a SABR member since 2008. Tim lives in Granger, Indiana, with his wife and dog. If you’re interested in more of Tim’s research on baseball board games, e-mail .