BASEBALL PONG

Mini Baseball Pong Game Cartoon featuring catapults and mini cups. Made by Scienz in Minnesota, USA.

This mini version of the house party game commonly known as Baseball or Baseball Pong combines our mini versions of beer pong & flip cup for a unique ballpark-style showdown.

 

Bat by launching a tethered ball into 2 ounce red cups to get on base, and dare to steal an extra base by sneakily consuming and flipping one of your side cups, if you're quicker than the defense that is. If not, you're out!

 

Keep track of the game using cribbage pegs and run up the score on your opponent with major league flickin' dominance!

 

Click here for the complete Setup & Gameplay guide.

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We actually used to play the full-sized version of this game quite a bit at house parties, since it was more inclusive and intense than regular beer pong. Plus, we played beer pong a looootttt so it was often a welcomed "changeup" of activities...

 

Sam made an initial prototype for this game back in 2015 shortly after Mini Flip Cup was first conceived. No surprise that after we turned beer pong and flip cup into mini tabletop games, a Baseball-themed combination of the two was soon to follow.

Mini Baseball Pong CNC Milling wood at Nordeast Makers in Minneapolis, MN, USA.

The smaller amount of cups required for this game gave us a chance to use the red 2 ounce cups while keeping the overall gameboard size the same as Mini Beer Pong so as to keep the same catapults/springs.

 

Baseball requires lots of counting, so we added cribbage peg holes for score, base runners, innings, and outs to make the numbers easy and fun.

 

Once we nailed down the design, Mini Baseball Pong was introduced in small craft batches in Spring 2018, made by us in Minneapolis, MN, USA. Salud! :)

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As Seen

Mini Beer Pong at Barnes and Noble
Mini Beer Pong on the Weather Channel, Wake Up with Al Roker
Mini Beer Pong on E! News with Giuliana Rancic
Mini Beer Pong in Life & Style Best Gifts
Mini Beer Pong in Vogue Best Gifts for Guys
Mini Beer Pong in Playboy
Mini Beer Pong in the New York Post

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BASEBALL PONG

Mini Beer Pong meets Mini Flip Cup for a ballpark showdown in Mini Baseball Pong!

 

Step up to the plate with a finger catapult. Launch mini balls into mini cups to get on base. Steal an extra base by beating the defender in a sneaky flip cup battle. Miss a shot and you'rrre out!

Cribbage pegs keep track of innings, outs, base runners and score.

 

Play one-on-one or stack your team lineups and get the whole party in on the action!

 

View the complete setup & gameplay guide here.

MADE IN USA

We actually used to play the full-sized version of this game quite a bit at house parties, since it was more inclusive and intense than regular beer pong. Plus, we played beer pong a looootttt so it was often a welcomed "changeup" of activities...

 

Sam made an initial prototype for this game back in 2015 shortly after Mini Flip Cup was first conceived. No surprise that after we turned beer pong and flip cup into mini tabletop games, a Baseball-themed combination of the two was soon to follow.

Mini Baseball Pong boards being cut on a CNC router by Scienz in Minneapolis, MN, USA.

The smaller amount of cups required for this game gave us a chance to use the red 2 ounce cups while keeping the overall gameboard size the same as Mini Beer Pong so as to keep the same catapults/springs.

 

Baseball requires lots of counting, so we added cribbage peg holes for score, base runners, innings, and outs to make the numbers easy and fun.

 

Once we nailed down the design, Mini Baseball Pong was introduced in small craft batches in Spring 2018, made by us in Minneapolis, MN, USA. Salud! :)

Sharing Is Caring

As Seen

Mini Beer Pong in Life & Style Best Gifts
Mini Beer Pong on E! News with Giuliana Rancic Mini Beer Pong in Vogue Best Gifts for Guys
Mini Beer Pong in Playboy
Mini Beer Pong in the New York Post
Mini Beer Pong on the Weather Channel, Wake Up with Al Roker
Mini Beer Pong at Barnes and Noble