|1940 Keeney Texas Leaguer Baseball Game|
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Texas Leaguer, Keeney, floor model. Smaller version of the later 1958 Keeney League Leader baseball game. A small 3/8" ball bearing rolls down an incline and flys through the air. Player must try and bat the ball. Difficult to do (because the ball is so small), a very challenging game. Scoring is pretty unique. If a ball is batted into a backboard run pocket, the ball is routed to the lower right scoring panel. Player must add up the number of balls to get their score. For example, two balls in the "5" scoring panel means 10 runs total.
A beautiful fully functioning game. 100% original with floor stand.