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The 1933 season set is now available on Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/34923357/payoff-pitch-b...

The stretch goal for the 1933 season is the highly requested Hall of Fame card set. If the funding goal is reached, all backers of the printed 1933 card set will receive a 250 player card set representing players currently enshrined in the baseball hall of fame (235 MLB players and 15 Negro League players). The 1933 Kickstarter campaign is also the first opportunity to own the 2015 season card set. Simply select one of the Reward Levels including the 2015 season set option and be one of the first to receive the 2015 season. I anticipate Kickstarter backers will receive their 2015 card sets about a month before anyone else.

Please note, the Hall of Fame card set will be a Kickstarter exclusive meaning it is only available to backers of the Kickstarter campaign. The set will not be available outside of Kickstarter.

The Kickstarter campaign is only for the L-R splits set as we do not currently offer a non-splits printed season card set. The usual PDF options will be available after the Kickstarter campaign has ended and rewards have been shipped. This means the 1933 PDF is anticipated to be available in mid to late November and the 2015 PDF option in mid to late December (assuming production and shipping goals are met).

Payoff Pitch Baseball captures the feel of baseball by providing a unique pitcher – batter interaction that realistically replicates the game of baseball on the tabletop. Each at-bat starts on the pitcher card to determine the quality of the pitch and then flows effortlessly to the batter card to resolve the at-bat. Payoff Pitch Baseball incorporates fielding, base running, stealing, ballpark and other ratings all without bogging down game play. Most games can be played in 30 minutes or less using dice and charts or a deck of Fast Action Cards (FAC).
 
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