Big League is a flipperless pinball machine. It was built by Genco in 1940.
The machine has 4 different scoring mechanisms: points, specials, pennants and runs. The scoring mechanisms are activated by completing certain sequences of bumper- and switch hits on the playfield. Sometimes, the scoring of one mechanism influences the way another mechanism scores.
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