Company: AHI (Azrak-Hamway, Inc.)
Power: 4 AA batteries
Notes: Although billed as a Competition II, there is no evidence of a first version of this game. The pitcher's controls are hidden by a plastic screen that is lifted to also display the pitch selections on the reverse side.
Aesthetically, this is an exceptional game and is reminiscent of the "We are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates teams of the late 1970s and early 1980s. I can only imagine Bill Madlock, Dave Parker and Willie Stargell dominating in this stadium.
|Box front with flap|
|Game front with pitch shied raised|
|Game rear with pitch shield raised|