Pitch & Bat Games (Coin-Operated Baseball Games) were manufactured by both Williams Electronics (most popular) and Chicago Coin, starting in the 1940’s up to the late 1960’s. In 1991 Williams decided to manufacture an electronic version baseball game “Slugfest” built on the WPC system like used in Bally & Williams pinball machines from the era. This particular game dispensed baseball cards for play rewards as you played. Unfortuntely, as the years rolled forward from 1991, baseball cards manufacturing was changed, cards were now made with a high gloss look to them, this gave major problems with the card dispensers feed rollers…

Though these machines basically share the same operating circuitry as their pinball machine cousin’s, parts, like bat units, pitch units, etc. these parts are no longer made even aftermarket wise…You either have to work with what you have, fabricated your own (if possible) or look on the internet for that good working used needed replacement part.

As with our other services we offer, we perform the same quality repair/refurbishments to these great arcade baseball games from by-gone years! NOTE: It will be required to have your machine dropped off at our shop for games that have not been used/played in many years, as you just cannot “wave a magic wand” over these games in just a few hours work.