For the diamond enthusiast on those rainy days, this 1962 "Roger Maris Baseball" board games provided the opportunity to swing for the fences (much like the game's crew-cut sporting subject did). Marketed by the Indiana-based "Play-Rite" company, this particular example features the playing board, "fielder" pieces, a ball/strike/outs indicator and all (88) cards. Instructions are listed on this inside top cover. The elements show expected use, with minimal wear on the playing board, handwritten player names on the "fielder" pieces and separation at (2) of the box lid's corners.
The Roger Maris cards generally grade in the EX to EX-MT range with a few grading in the NM range.