Friday, March 14, 2008

88 Topps Cards Giveaway #7

Whew, it's been a long time since we had a giveaway.

This time, we're giving away cards 151 to 250 from the 1988 Topps set. That includes cards for Bruce Sutter, Willie McGee, Robin Yount, Rich Gossage, Dave Cone, Rafael Palmeiro, Devon White, Dan Quisenberry, Wade Boggs, Paul O'Neill, Willie Randolph, Tom Henke, Mike Scioscia, Lee Smith, and Nolan Ryan.

Heck, there are a lot of awesome closers in that bunch!

And, you get the David Cone Topps All-Time Fan Favorites card I showed a while back!

To win, here's what you need to do. Pick a number from the Brick Smith page at Baseball-Reference.com and post it in a comment below. I've picked a number. Closest guess wins. For rules on how I do this sort of contest, check my earlier giveaways.

You've got to enter by Wednesday March 19th, 5PM EDT to get in the contest.

Why Brick Smith you ask? I have my reasons.

25 comments:

Andy said...

5068.

This has nothing to do with the contest, I am just making some notes.

Tonegent said...

.111, btw, really enjoy your blog!

thewritersjourney said...

-44

Luke said...

i'll say 5

5 games played his first year, and the round he was drafted by the mariners

Byron said...

.100

Mets Guy in Michigan said...

18 at-bats in 9 games -- and I'm sure he treasures every one of them. As he should.

Great job, as always.

zman40 said...

.300

MMayes said...

Debut on 9/13/1987. I'm wondering if that might have been a significant day in your life.....

Mike S said...

17

Andy said...

That's not the reason why I chose this player. I will share the reason at the end of the contest.

Andy said...

5094

Mike S said...

*Wonders what the significance about the amount of visitors to Brick Smith's page is* ;)

emhsea said...

0

b/c Brick's page is filled with them

emhsea said...

5105, by the way

Pettey said...

4

Andy said...

5109

Joe said...

1

TheJaw said...

-1

Triple Play said...

16

Andy said...

5117

Spiff said...

11. Round he was originally drafted in by the Giants.

J. P. McCarty said...

I'm liking .425, it just seems like a nice healthy number in the middle there.

capewood said...

He was a 28 year-old-rookie.

Cliff

Douglas said...

I'll say 9, as in 9 games played. I know somebody previously stated 18 and 9, but that's two guesses, so I'm just going to go with 9. It's a nice number and Brick can tell his grandkids he made it to the show.

Andy said...

The last two comments came too late to be considered, unfortunately. The winner is coming right up in a new post.