Saturday, September 30, 2017

7th Annual Almost the Easiest World Series Contest on the Web Official Sign Up Post!!!!




I'll be honest I can count the number of baseball games I've gotten to see this year on one hand, but I've been following my Brewers and reading the sports page on Yahoo pretty regularly.  And even though I've been very absent from my blogs I'm not going to miss putting on my World Series contest.  I'm hoping for a great turn out.  I'll be posting this on Twitter and the Trading Card Collector's Society page on Facebook and over at the forums at Trading Card Database and any place else I can think of..

So what do you have to do?  Just tell me who's going to win the World Series.  That's it.  But I'm sure more than one of you will pick the right team, so we have to have a couple tie breakers thrown in.  So this year, like years past,  I'd like you to tell me who the opponent will be, how many games the series will go, and how many home runs will be hit, in total both teams, for the series.

Your entry should look something like this.

Nationals over the Yankees, 5 games, 12 HRs.   

What will you win?  I've got a couple great cards to giveaway. First is this 2015 Topps Tier One Sean Doolittle autograph #d to 349, hard signed.  And a great 2017 Topps Museum Collection Gregory Planco Meaningful Materials Patch card #d to 50!  Plus the winner will also get a nice stack of their favorite team(s), which may include additional autos, relics, or inserts.  All depends what I can find in the stacks.


And as always there will be door prize for all those that enter.  And if you promote the contest, either on your blog, twitter feed, facebook, etc. you will get an extra entry.  Just one extra though.  But be sure to put a link to your pimp in the comments so I can verify.
The door prize is this vintage 2004 Edwin Jackson Future Phenoms relic.


Alright here are your choices:
American League
Boston Red Sox
New York Yankees
Cleveland Indians
Minnesota Twins
Houston Astros

National League
Washington Nationals
Chicago Cubs
LA Dodgers
Arizona Diamondbacks
Colorado Rockies

Since my Brewers lost to the Cardinals tonight the stage is set.  So you have from right now until, let's say next Sunday, Oct. 8th, Noon Alaska Time, 4pm EST.  That'll mean we'll be knee deep in the Divisional Series', so if you make a guess and you pick a Wildcard team and they don't make it.  I'll let you change your pick as long as it's before the close of the contest.

This post will constitute the official entries page so make sure you comment on this post and not one of my reminders, which I will be posting all week long.  And please make sure you have some way to be contacted connected to your Blogger entry.  I've had winners in the past I was never able to get a hold or and who never contacted me.  But just one. 

OK

42 comments:

  1. Indians over Rockies. 5 games. 14 HR.

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  2. Dodgers over Astros, 6 games and 15 homers

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  3. Astros over Dodgers, 7 games, 8 homers.

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    1. Pimped on Twitter
      https://twitter.com/SportCardCollec/status/915004210327953409

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  5. Dodgers over Cleveland, 5 games, 19 home runs

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  6. Astros over Dodgers, 6 games, 13 HR

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  7. Indians over Nationals, 6 games, 15 HR

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    1. Pimped your contest on my blog: http://diamond-jesters.blogspot.com/2017/10/let-postseason-begin.html!

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  8. Astros over Nationals, 6 games 14 HR

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  9. Hey, I own the door prize!

    Indians over Cubs, 6 games, 15 HRs

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  10. Rockies over Indians, 7 games, 19 homers.

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  11. Indians over Diamondbacks, 6 games, 13 home runs

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  12. Red Sox over Cubs, 4 games, 16 HRs...it has to be a sweep so all the furniture I bought at Jordan's last spring is free.

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  13. Indians over Nationals, 6 games, 12 home runs.

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    1. https://hoardingcardboard.blogspot.com/2017/10/post-44-well-hey-there.html

      Pimped!

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  14. Indians over Dodgers in 6 games. 17 homers

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  15. Dodgers over Astros, 7 Games, 9 HRs

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  16. indians over dodgers 7 games 12 hrs

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  17. nationals over indians, six games 11 dingers

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  18. Cubs over Astros, seven games, 15 HRs. Thanks!

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  19. Dodgers over Indians, 7 games, 9 HRs

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  20. Indians over Dodgers, 6 games, 11 Home runs. Thanks for the contest and congrats on your new house!

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  21. Astros over Nationals, 7 games, 17 HR

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    1. PIMPED IT!
      https://collectingcutch.blogspot.com/2017/10/we-interrupt-this-program-for-contest.html?m=1

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  22. Cubs over Red Sox, 7 games, 12 HR

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  23. Indians over Diamondbacks, 6 games, 8 HR
    Thanks for the contest!

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  24. Indians over the Dodgers in 5. Yup - 5 games. Let's go with lucky 13 for the HRs.

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  25. Dodgers over Astros, 6 games, 7 HR

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  26. Indians over the Rockies, 6 games, 24 homers

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  27. Rockies over Twins, 5 games, 9 HRs.

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  28. Nationals over Indians 7 games 21 HRs

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  29. Cubs over Red Sox 6 Games 14 home runs total

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  30. Rockies over Astros, 7 games, 18 home runs.

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  31. Dodgers over the Indians, 6 games, 11HR

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  32. Dodgers over the Indians, in 5, 10HR

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  33. Indians over Dodgers 6 games 13 homers

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  34. Astros over the Nationals 7 games 15 hrs

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  35. Rather than overthink it, I'm just going to reprise my winning pick from last year:
    Cubs over Indians, 7 games, 18 HRs

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  36. Astros over Dodgers, 6 games, 18 home runs.

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  37. Indians over the Dodgers, 7 games, 14 HRs.

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    1. Also I promoted it here a few days ago:
      https://tenetsofwilson.blogspot.com/2017/10/2017-world-series-projection-october-3.html

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