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Fightin’ Phils, 1950

Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (2), Passive bumpers (8), Kick-out holes (2). Mechanical backbox animation (men run bases). On the backglass, the home plate is incorrectly depicted 180 degrees from its proper placement on a real baseball diamond. The pointed end should face the catcher, not the pitcher.
Manufacturer: Nate Schneller Incorporated (1949-1951) [Trade Name: Nasco]
Date of Manufacture: February, 1950
Players: February, 1950 / 1
Year: 1950
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Theme: Sports - Baseball
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: This game is a conversion of Williams' 1948 'Yanks'. The conversion consists of a refinished playfield, repainted cabinet, refinished legs, multicolored backglass, and new coin chute. In The Billboard, Mar-4-1950 page 96, an article dated Feb-26 states that this game is in production using source games already received but that none will be delivered until April, to time it to baseball season.
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