Strat-O-Matic Baseball: The Game Show
Well, In honor of our 50th Anniversary of the ever popular board game Strat-O-Matic Baseball, we are now turning it in to a Game Show as Contestants battle it out to win Cash and Prizes so it's Strat-O-Matic meets High Rollers and Lucky Numbers (both created by Merrill Heater), so i'm going to get the rules, when we start our show so i need 2 players to pick a team from a baseball season of their choice to play the game.
SOM Baseball Seasons I Have: 1934, 1941, 1951, 1954, 1960, 1967, 1971, 1977, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2009, 2010
I'll play with the 1989 New York Mets.
Okay, Your In
1. ThisIsJEOPARDY (1989 New York Mets)
Need One More Player, To Win Big Bucks by playing Baseball.
Topic Bumped, 1 Player left to play the game even if Tecmo Super Bowl: The Game Show will be starting soon, so if you want to be challenging ThisIsJEOPARDY, reply here.
OK let's have some fun...I'll take the 71 Mets.
So I take it this isn't happening?
No I Have to Start the Show, Probably Later.
Originally Posted by phgellis
It's not starting. Is it?
It's Starting but since phgellis isn't avaliable that means PTH123 you get to take over the chair to start the game in T-minus 5 Seconds, 4, 3, 2, 1 Here we go!
(High Rollers '87 Theme plays)
(Clips of Footage of Past Baseball Moments are Shown one by one to the beat of the theme)
Jim Conroy: Today We're Bring Strat-O-Matic Baseball to life as a Game Show and Today these players are ready to roll the dice today on Strat-O-Matic Baseball: The Game Show!
And Now Here's The Man With All The Action and the Cards, Jay Jianoran!
(Jay walks out to the podium and takes his place)
Jay Jianoran: Thank you Jim Conroy and welcome to our first ever episode of Strat-O-Matic Baseball: The Game Show the ever popular sports board game converts to a game show which big bucks and big prizes, Now Let's Meet our contestants PTH123 and ThisIsJEOPARDY, welcome now let's get this game started, so PTH123 (will use the '71 Mets) and ThisIsJEOPARDY (uses the '90 Mets) well here are the rules it's same as Strat-O-Matic Baseball but you will play for money and prizes, so if you roll on the white die numbers 1-6 it will correspond to the numbers 2-12 on the red die, the prizes will correspond to the red die so the lucky numbers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 will contain some good prizes but the numbers 2, 3, 11, 12 will give you cash if it's a hit but if you get an out you don't get anything, So PTH123 you are using the 1971 NY Mets, ThisIsJEOPARDY you are using the 1990 NY Mets, time to choose your lineups and starting pitchers now!
I'm using the 1989 Mets and here's my starters:
1. Mookie Wilson - Center Field
2. Gary Carter - Catcher
3. Keith Hernandez - First Baseman
4. Jeff McKnight - Third Baseman
5. Howard Johnson - Shortstop
6. Daryl Strawberry - Left Field
7. Kevin Elster - Second Baseman
8. Lenny Dykstra - Right Field
9. David Cone - Pitcher
I'm using the 1986 Mets and here's my starters:
1. Sid Fernandez - Center Field
2. Gary Carter - Catcher
3. Ron Darling - First Baseman
4. Roger McDowell - Third Baseman
5. Jesse Orosco - Shortstop
6. Dwight Gooden - Left Feld
7. Terry Leach - Second Baseman
8. Bob Ojeda - Right Field
9. Ed Lynch - Pitcher
Well Unfortunately It Is the 1971 New York Mets choose your starters.
Originally Posted by PTH123
Oh, my mistake, Here's my starters:
1. Nolan Ryan - Center Field
2. Duffy Dyer - Catcher
3. Don Rose- First Baseman
4. Ray Sadecki -Third Baseman
5. Al Wels - Shortstop
6. Jim McAndrew - Left Field
7. Tug McGraw - Second Baseman
8. Jerry Koosman - Right Field
9. Danny Frisella - Pitcher
Is the game still going on?