While strategies on the diamond have and will always vary to include pitching, defense and base running, the long ball reigns as the feature attraction and fan favorite. This 1940s arcade game complies with those sentiments and is appropriately named “Hit a Homer.” The countertop amusement measures 16-1/2”-wide and 22”-tall, with the front glass shielding a 15x15 baseball themed display with (5) protruding metallic slots whose destinations respectively award: (2) “BUNT”; (2) “DOUBLE” and (1) “TRIPLE.” Should the “ball” advance to the bottom row, (4) “SINLGE” slots are flanked by (6) “OUT” slots, with the elusive “HOME RUN” slot smack in the middle. While the machine needs repair, the “re-set” and “bat” levers remain in working order! Key is missing but back is accessible.
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