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1964 Hasbro Challenge the Yankees Board Game with Mantle, Maris & Aaron Cards

Item Number 51176

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During the era when Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford and Yogi Berra teamed together for the New York Yankees, they were quite nearly unstoppable. To counter the Yankees wealth of talent, participating players were provided a team of All-Stars, with this 1964 Hasbro Challenge the Yankees board game.  Answer the call of this epic quest by scoring this reasonably offered example.

Featured components are:

Yankees cards (15/25) average (GD to VG) with: Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, "Yogi" Berra, "Whitey" Ford, Elston Howard, Johnny Blanchard, Jim Bouton, Marshall Bridges, Al Downing, Pedro Gonzales, Steve Hamilton, Tom Metcalf, Hal Reniff, Bobby Richardson, Stan Williams

All-Stars cards (25/25) average (GD to VG) unless noted with: Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews, Willie McCovey, Duke Snider, Carl Yastrzemski, Al Kaline, Bill Mazeroski, Juan Marichal (PR), Ron Santo (PR), Moose Skowron (PR), Dick Groat, Del Crandall (FR), Rick Rollins, Tito Francona, Frank Malzone (PR), Pete Ward, Carl Warwick, Art Mahaffey, Milt Pappas, Ken McBride, Tom Cheney, Ron Perranoski (PR), Dick Radatz (FR), Jim O'Toole, Johnny Podres (FR)

Home Team cards (25/25) with: (3) unused average (GD to VG); and (22) used with names written in the appropriate boxes, average (GD to VG) with deference to (1) lesser in (PR) condition

Pair of dice in excellent condition

Instructions sheet with moderate wear

Batting Managers strategy cards (2) both with moderate wear

Scoreboard wall shows considerable wear with tape repair on all five "Action Cards" pockets and the "fly ball" and "ground ball" pockets are detached, also the easel stand feature on the back is partially detached

Playing field board with moderate wear

Position pegs (1) in good condition

Box lid is absent one long side panel and one short side panel, the other two side panels are attached by tape, there is a piece of tape on the lid at left, but the colors and graphics remain bold

Box tray has tape and separations at the corners


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