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Wooden Tabletop Baseball Game

Nostalgic-feeling fun inspired by classic games Gets the whole family playing
Made in the USA

Full Details

  • Made in the USA: St. Louis, MO
  • Instruction: See the full directions for game rules
  • Classic, nostalgic design & high-quality craftsmanship
  • Finished with water-based clear acrylic for years of durability
  • Easy to learn and fun for hours
  • No electronics or batteries required
  • Dry erase scoreboard allows for easy changes to the score during game play
  • Recommended for two players or two teams of players
  • Warning: Small parts choking hazard, not for children under 3 years of age
Maplewood, metal, vinyl, acrylic
One game board, velvet bag containing pair of dice, dry erase marker, five chrome pegs, and four brass pegs
13" x 13" x 0.75"
2 lbs
Made in the USA


5 avg. (3 reviews)

Nice Quality Game
10/08/2019 by Andrew
High quality game and delivered promptly. Looks like hours of great fun.
Lots of fun!
02/03/2019 by Mary
Grandson reports that this is a GREAT drinking game!
Big hit with grandsons!
12/29/2018 by Sharlyn
Bought this for baseball loving son and his boys. Immediate winner among Christmas gifts, even with new techie toys!
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Wooden Tabletop Baseball Game

Nostalgic-feeling fun inspired by classic games Gets the whole family playing
This baseball board game hits it out of the park. Roll the dice and run the pegs around the bases to score a run. The wooden game board is handcrafted in Missouri and is made with the mission to bring families together for a nostalgic (and fun) screen-free game night.

Across The Board

Across The Board games are handcrafted wooden tributes to classic games that are designed to get families together. And they are made to last for many years of game night fun.

All the games—from penny hockey to horse racing to a king-of-the-hill strategy game—are straightforward and easy to play. This is deliberate because, to maker Kim McDaniel and her late husband, Ryan, it’s all about gathering family and friends for screen-free time together.

Kim and Ryan were inspired by old-school games they found at Ryan’s mom’s house. They started out in 2008 making their own games for friends in their garage. Across The Board has since grown into a workshop, where Kim runs the show.

The McDaniels' new-but-nostalgic take on board games is one we appreciate. There are no bells and whistles, but instead you’ll find attractive, well-made wooden boards that are crafted with a keen attention to detail. And we bet you’ll also find lots of kids and grown-ups who want to play them again and again. more Their Story