Quoted from miatawnt2b:
It looks to be all there except for the top glass. The backglass is absolutely perfect. One score reel is broken up on the edges pretty good. I can't tell if the bat or pitch motor work since I can't get the game to reset. (The steppers are pretty siezed and I didn't have a lot of time to go over it.)
Minimal play field wear, cabinet has some chipping, but overall nice for it's age.
Congratulations. Midway Slugger is the most under-the-radar pitch-and-bat. I have had two over the years and one is currently in my line-up. Your example is worth $1,500++.
However, with so few examples as reference sales, Midway games, like Slugger, sometimes sell for half of their value. There is one on eBay (with an incorrectly painted cabinet in average overall condition) which has not sold in awhile in the $3K range. Post photos, when you have time.
Slugger has so many terrific features. . .a cool array of drop targets, add-a-ball, 2 ramps, variable scoring (with illuminated alert), 2 gobble holes, a row of flip targets, pinball-like kickers, multiple bat swing, target reset shot and more! Plus, the art package is eye-catching.