Year: 1973

Manufacturer: Williams Electronics, Inc.

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Upper Deck Pitch & Bat Baseball Game *


Available now is this classic Upper Deck Pitch & Bat Baseball Game. Upper Deck, made by Williams in 1973, is historical as it was the last electro-mechanical pitch-and-bat game of any type for over ten years.

One or two players can compete in this Home Run Derby type game where you attempt to bat as many runs as you can before the end of 3 innings. Features include: electronic sound (background crowd noise, explosion when hit is made, siren when home run made), random varied pitch, and two decks of targets. Most importantly, it has the running man feature, which shows players running the bases as a hit is made. Upper Deck also keeps track of the number of Grand Slams hit, and features extra innings when you get a certain number of runs.

Upper Deck presents very well. There have been some touch ups done to the exterior of the cabinet with color matching paint. All in all a great looking game that is now over 45 years old. Brand new high quality reproduction silk screened “Upper Deck” backglass has been installed.

Upper Deck has been fully serviced by our in house electro-mechanical technician who specializes in vintage electro-mechanical pinball machine repair. He has went through this game from top to bottom for proper operation.

This is definitely one to own!

PLEASE NOTE: Upper Deck works great! We encourage any prospective buyer to please visit our store and see and play this game in person. However often times, electro-mechanical machines need to be adjusted after transport due to their age and nature. With that being said no warranty is offered with this machine.

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