Across The Board Baseball Game from Uncommon Goods

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Across The Board Baseball Game Quick one for you today. Holidays are coming up and we get lots of questions on gift ideas. If you have a baseball fan in your life – go with the Across The Board Baseball Game from Uncommon Goods.

The game is a simple roll the dice, game of chance, but it is the quality of the board that makes this such a nice gift idea. Here is more info –

Bring the thrill of America’s favorite pastime home with this exciting game that’ll hit a homerun with family and friends. Even rookies can make it to the big leagues and make all-star plays that would make the Great Bambino himself proud. To play ball, move the first batter to home plate and roll the dice. Locate the dice combination on one of the two outfield billboards and move your players accordingly. The dry erase scoreboard allows for quick and easy changes to team names and scores. (Who wants to be the New York Highlanders when you can be the New York Yankees?)

Handcrafted from the beautiful maple wood veneer inserted with protective metal eyelets, this high-quality board game is built to last for generations of gamers. Turn off the TV, silence the smartphone, and gather ’round as you enjoy hours of old-fashioned fun with loved ones. Handcrafted in St. Louis by a family-run company. Finished with a gentle water-based clear acrylic. Game includes a pair of dice, dry erase marker, five chrome pegs, four brass pegs, and directions. Play ball!

Price at UnCommonGoods.Com is $48. Please visit for a full review

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Very cool! One thing though – the home team would be on the FIRST base side, not third. Just a baseball thing, you understand.

  2. It looks nice, but…$48 is a lot for just a chance game with no strategy whatsoever. And, they have twice as many baserunner pegs than are needed – only one team is up at a time. (Plus you only need 3 pegs for baserunners – a batter peg isn't necessary.) Also not needed is the "3" on the outs portion of the board.

  3. looks awesome! love those Crokinole style games. could you do a video of playing the game to give a better idea of how to play.

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