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Bulls Eye Big League, 1955

Features: 10 cents per player. Ramps (3). The ramps are metal. Three decks of bleachers from which to score. Formica playfield. Backglass light animation (men move around bases). Slanted legs.
Manufacturer: Chicago Coin Machine Manufacturing Company (1932-1977)
Date of Manufacture: May, 1955
Players: May, 1955 / 2
Year: 1955
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Theme: Sports - Baseball
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: We don't know whether the three metal ramps are painted or unpainted. As the Billboard and Cash Box ads here show, the manufacturer and trade magazines do not always identify this 1955 game consistently in their text. The New Game Announcement uses 'Bulls Eye Big League Baseball' while the picture ads uses a shortened name, 'Big League Baseball' or just 'Big League'. The words 'Bulls Eye' appear on the backglass. For this listing, a practical solution is to use only the wording seen on the game itself. This does not include the word 'Baseball'. This game is not to be confused with these bat games from the same manufacturer: 2-player Chicago Coin's 1955 'Bulls Eye Deluxe Big League' 2-player Chicago Coin's 1965 'Big League' 2-player Chicago Coin's 1975 'Big League'
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