This Championship Team-Signed Ball Could Be Yours…

This originally ran a couple weeks back, but just in case you missed it, here it is again. If you already sent me an e-mail, please don’t send another.

Do I even need to ask if you want to win a 2008 Trenton Thunder team-signed baseball, or is the answer just that obvious?

The Thunder have been kind enough to provide me with a baseball signed by 19 members of this year’s team, including top prospects Austin Jackson and Mark Melancon.

Other players and coaches who have signed the ball include: Anthony Claggett, Carlos Mendoza, Colin Curtis, Kevin Whelan, Tony Franklin, Scott Aldred, Bo Hall, George Kontos, Kevin Russo, Cody Ehlers, James Cooper, Eric Hacker, Oneli Perez, Joe Muich, Jose Valdez, Mike Gardner and P.J. Pilittere.

Now, I could just keep this baseball for myself…or I could give it away to the loyal readers of Thunder Thoughts.

I think the answer to that question is pretty obvious as well.

Here’s how to enter my 2008 Trenton Thunder team-signed baseball giveaway:

SEND ME AN E-MAIL TO MASHMORE98 AT GMAIL.COM WITH THE SUBJECT “THUNDER THOUGHTS SIGNED BASEBALL GIVEAWAY.”

IN THE BODY OF THE E-MAIL, INCLUDE YOUR FAVORITE THUNDER PLAYER, AS WELL AS YOUR NAME AND/OR AN E-MAIL ADDRESS I CAN REACH YOU AT IF YOU WIN.

THE GIVEAWAY ENDS OCTOBER 31ST, 2008. THE WINNER WILL BE SELECTED AT RANDOM FROM ALL THE E-MAILS I’VE RECEIVED. ONE BASEBALL WILL BE AWARDED VIA THE BLOG, ANOTHER WILL BE AWARDED VIA THE HUNTERDON COUNTY DEMOCRAT AT A TO BE DETERMINED DATE. IN THIS PARTICULAR GIVEAWAY, ONLY BLOG READERS ARE ELIGIBLE, AND ONLY ONE BALL WILL BE AWARDED.

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5 Responses to “This Championship Team-Signed Ball Could Be Yours…”

  1. Erik Says:

    Not enough entries the first time round?

  2. thunderbaseball Says:

    No, it just doesn’t end until October 31st, and I want to make sure everybody has a fair chance…

  3. Northrop Says:

    Mike,
    I read all of the names on the ball and it came to mind that Vecchionaci wasn’t there. What is the injury story on that kid? Still a prospect?

  4. thunderbaseball Says:

    Injured his quad about three weeks into the year and he never came back. Still a prospect, but time’s not working in his favor…

  5. Rick Shoor Says:

    I saw Vechionacci late in the season for a few games with Staten Island, thought he looked good and much stronger looking than when he first played in Staten Island.

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