Next up we have some Milton Bradley game cards. From the 1969 game I have Moe Drabowsky and Steve Barber. Of course by 1969 Barber had left the Orioles and was pitching for the Seattle Pilots but hey, Once an Oriole.... The truth is I probably just saw it was Barber and bought it without thinking of the time line.
I never owned the Milton Bradley game but a look at the card backs tells me that a pair of dice were rolled to get game results.
Here is a pic of the game box (supposedly the 1970 version) from eBay where the asking price is about $60.
I also have a 1970 Boog Powell MB card. It's similar to the 1969s but not quite the same. The size is closer to a standard playing card. Here is the '69 next to a regular Topps card. The 1970 Powell is as tall as the Topps card but about a quarter inch narrower.
I searched and found some pics on the net of the game. The game looks very familiar now that I see these but I don't think I owned it. By 1970 I had been a devoted Strat-O-Matic fanatic for quite a few years.