This comes from the 2003 Cadaco All Star Baseball game. The Cadaco baseball game has been around since 1941. It was invented by a former big leaguer (the Cubs were one of the six teams the played for) named Ethan Allen.
The game was fairly simple: You had a card for each player. When it was that player's at bat, the card was placed on a spinner, you spin, and use the following the chart to see what he did:
1 Home Run
2 Ground out
3 Fly out (Formerly Safe on error)
4 Fly out
6 Ground out
8 Fly out
9 Walk (Base on balls)
12 Ground out
14 Fly out
The spacing of the numbers on the discs varied depending on the talent of the player.
Yearly updates of the discs were issued for years until licensing issues in the 1990s made the sets too expensive to produce. The last regular game was made in 1993.
My Billy card came from a special Hall of Fame version that came out in 2003. You can see the HOF logo on the back of the card. Nothing new has come out since 2004.
I found a pretty comprehensive history of the game that you can read here.
As a kid, I didn't have any of the baseball board games, Cadaco, APBA, or Strat-o-Matic. I had this one....
Anyone else play the board games or the Tudor game??