Monday, March 17, 2014

WIN!! These Nolan Ryan/Derek Jeter Cards!

Last summer I went to one MASSIVE Yard Sale and came across a huge amount of sports cards, mainly baseball, that I showed off on this blog. I also have spent the last 6 months sorting through them. Finally I have them in piles I want them in for now before I move onto the next round of sorting, but I did notice quite a few doubles along the way. Normally I stick these doubles into huge yard sale boxes that I give away or sell real cheap to kids hoping to entice them to continue on with the hobby. This time I decided to yank some out to share with you guys.

So throughout the baseball season I will be randomly picking times to give some away. They will usually consist of 5-6 80's and 90's base cards but of stars such as Ken Griffey Jr, Derek Jeter, Tony Gwynn, Frank Thomas, Cal Ripken Jr., some 90's baseball inserts, a few Yankee card lots, among other stars including today's featured giveaway lot of Nolan Ryan with bonus Derek Jeter cards because I love you guys! Some players will have multiple contests so keep checking back in.

Here is the healthy assorted lot you are entering to win:

All you have to do to enter is, to tell me which team you think will be the most improved . Like I said, will be very easy to enter. There are only two rules, one, this contest is OPEN TO U.S. RESIDENTS ONLY (sorry), and you gotta have fun.

Entries for this contest are due by March 24th 2014 by midnight and a RANDOM winner will be announced on March 25th 2014.

Good Luck to everyone that enters and thanks for supporting this blog!

18 comments:

  1. mrblu1976@aol.comMarch 17, 2014 at 2:50 PM

    Maybe it is just wishful thinking but I am hoping that Houston improves this year!

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  2. I'm good for wishful thinking as well, so I'm hoping that the Brewers will be most improved.

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  3. Yankees. They missed the playoffs last year, but added 3 top players: Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, and Masahiro Tanaka, while losing only one: Robinson Cano. The Yanks will be in top contention for the AL East this year, while other improved teams (Astros, Phillies, Marlins, et al.) will just be trying to stay over .500.

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  4. I'll say the Giants. They look much better than 76-86

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  5. Maybe KC. They weren't terrible last year, but they put a little fear in me this year @APetrelak

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  6. Colorado Rockies

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  7. I'm going with the marlins. Obviously lots of room for improvement, but there is some young talent that is breaking out.

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  8. Dennis (seahawksfan605)March 23, 2014 at 9:29 AM

    Seattle Mariners. The addition of Robinson Cano will be a huge bonus.

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  9. Texas Rangers, they spent a lot of money they better be good. :-)

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  10. The Chicago White Sox will be, added some young talent and Jose Abreu will be great.

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  11. MY CUBS OF COURSE!!! They can't do any worse than last year.

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  12. Call me crazy, but it's going to be the Braves.

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  13. KC no doubt in my mind.

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  14. Houston Astros as the kids start to come up to the show.

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