The game must be played in teams of two (or multiples of two). Each person (or group) picks a team.
There are two ways to play.
Way #1 - Just drink when instructed
Way #2 - Use the board (free printable, duh) and keep score to determine a winner.
I'm sure you know which one I would choose.
When the team you selected is at bat, your opponent will be drinking (unless otherwise designated) and you will also have the ability to move spaces on the board!
If your team is on defense, or in the field, you will get ready to drink.
When your team is at bat, your opponent drinks the designated amount below & you move the designated spaces forward on the board.
Single - opponent drinks one (you move one space forward)
Double - opponent drinks two (you move two spaces forward)
Triple - opponent drinks six (you move six spaces forward)
Home Run - opponent drinks four (you move four spaces forward)
Grand Slam - opponent finishes drink (you move 8 spaces forward)
Player steals a base- opponent drinks three (you move three spaces forward)
Walk- opponent drinks one (you move one space forward)
When your team is at bat, you drink designated amount below and you move designated spaces backward when one of the following happens:
Strike Out - you drink one (you move one space backward)
Picked off while trying to steal - you drink three (you move three spaces backward)
These are optional add ons if you just want to drink more than the board game allocates:
(note: this will not move you any spaces forward or backward in the game)
Your team pops the ball in the air: all players drink until the ball is caught
Manager for either team walks on the field to talk to the pitcher: all players drink from the time he leaves the dugout until he gets to the mound.
I'm not freaking Milton Bradley, people. This is the best I could do.
TO PRINT 8.5x11 Board Game:
Just click on the image of the board below which will take you to photo bucket. On the right side where it gives Media Options choose download, then print right to a standard size 8.5x11 sheet of paper!
Cut out and choose which game piece you want to use, and start playing!
First person to cross home plate, wins!
If you have any issues with printing or downloading or anything, of course can contact me and I'll be happy to help! Hope you kids have fun with this!