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Joyce, I can help you out, I have been collecting Be a Manager since 1990. We played this game a kids,Hollyzmom wrote: My name is Joyce Olcott, formerly Joyce Marder. My dad, Sy Marder created this game.
I too wish I could find a version of this game, as he has passed and I have nothing if his.
It's so wonderful to see people still remember this game, as this was his "baby" ,and
he put his heart into creating it. He ALWAYS loved baseball- the GREATEST game ever ❤❤
JBALL.......... which version did you get............... I very seldom see any versions after the 1967 (based on 1966)..... Do you know anyone that has the 68 version or 69NL version.jballgameca wrote:I badly wanted that 1969 "giveaway" game a couple of months ago. I would have bid a fair amount above what it sold forbamco-star wrote:Be A Manager 1967 NL sold for $1135 or more, 3 bidders over 1000 mark.
Be A Manager 1969 Atlanta & Mets giveaway game sold for $80
Do you remember what team was giving away with the Astros ...............
Still looking for the 1968 (67 stats) cards, does anyone have I copy....
PS....... $150 In your wildest dreams, I've only seen 2 copies go that cheap in 30 years.
but the seller wouldn't budge on sending it Priority Mail to Canada. I find that International First Class works just as well,
if not better, and is much less expensive. Sigh...
Hey Brian, I guess I'm one of the two lucky BAM buyers you mentioned. I actually got mine for $135 on ebay ten years ago.
I did a Kansas City A's Jim Nash pitcher replay that I posted regularly about on the old forum back then.