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Baseball Boss Honors Fathers & Sons with New Card Set for Online Baseball Game

June 18, 2009


Friends and Rivals Series Continues with Salute to Great Father and Son Duos in Baseball History 

In honor of Father’s Day (June 21), Challenge Online Games® (Challenge Games®) today launches an expansion to its online baseball game. Baseball Boss® Friends and Rivals Series II features some of Major League Baseball’s greatest father/son combos, spotlighted in this new set of collectible cards for its online baseball game. 

The Friends and Rivals Series II trading card set is entirely free.  Registered Baseball Boss players earn the cards connecting Baseball Boss with their Facebook accounts and  promoting the game to their friends. Each card is numbered and features photos of famous father and son combos. . There are 64 cards in this set, and each is not only a limited edition collectible, but can be used in your regular Baseball Boss game play as well.


“From coaching Little Leagues to playing catch in the backyard , fathers and baseball have been a cultural mainstay since baseball became the American national past time in the early-1900s,” says Jeff Petry, Vice President  of Sports  & Licensed Properties for Challenge Games. “Baseball Boss’ Friends and Rivals Series II trading card set pays tribute to some superstar fathers and sons who played in the big leagues, but is homage to fathers and sons everywhere.” 

Baseball Boss® is one of the most innovative games to hit the baseball genre and is an official licensee of MLB.comTM. Players collect and trade virtual Baseball Boss-branded baseball cards of current and historical players. Players use those cards to create a baseball team of their dreams from stars both past and present and challenge other players through a variety of head-to-head game modes. Upon registration players will receive three free collectible card packs.

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