Thursday, December 11, 2014

Holiday Giveaway

I know I've mentioned this a ton of times before, and it might begin to sound repetitive, but I really do appreciate everyone who has taken the time to read this blog over the years. Especially the one's who have continued to read over the past year or so despite my lack of consistency when it comes to posting. With that being said, I thought that I'd get in to the holiday spirit and giveaway a couple of autographs to one lucky person. Here is what the winner will receive:

Justin Sellers autographed "spotlight" 8x10
The image is from Justin Sellers' first career MLB homerun in 2011. As you can see, Justin autographed the photo and inscribed it "1st MLB HR 8-14-11" nearly two years ago (you can read about me getting the autograph here). I do know that Justin Sellers isn't a household name, so that is why I'll also throw in a few autographed cards from one of your favorite teams. Also, if you're someone who enjoys collecting random base cards and inserts, let me know and I'll also make sure to throw in several of those as well. In the end you have the possibility to win nine or ten things for absolutely FREE. Here's all you have to do:

1. Follow this blog or become a member by clicking the "Join this site" button on the right hand side. If you do not have a Google or a Yahoo account for whatever reason, email me at MatthewCourville24@gmail.com and I'll give you an alternative option.

2. Answer the following question: "Who was the first pitcher in Angels history to throw a No-Hitter?" (Hint: It was thrown on May 5th, 1962 vs. the Baltimore Orioles)

3. Comment "Done" and include the answer to the following question.

The first 10 people who comment with the correct answer will have their names entered on Random.org to determine a winner. Results will be posted before Christmas and my goal is for the winner to receive the items before then as well. Also, while it is not required, I always appreciate mentions on other blogs, so if you have time to spread the word it would be very much appreciated. Thanks as always and happy holdiays!

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