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Number: 273/317.8
Name: Amusement devices: games > Aerial projectile game; game element (e.g., target, etc.) or accessory therefor other than projector or projectile, per se > Simulated game > Baseball > Mechanically pitched or projectile ball > Tethered ball or projectile
Description: A simulated baseball game wherein the aerial projectile is connected to a device constructed and arranged to limit travel of the projectile to a confined area.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7815485 Pose and play dolls Oct. 19, 2010
6478699 Tethered practice apparatus Nov. 12, 2002
4032145 Action batter up game apparatus Jun. 28, 1977
3985358 Simulated baseball game Oct. 12, 1976

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