OV Bunt Tournament Contest!

In Commentary And Analysis by myles56 Comments

Spring Training is finally here! The next month or so is probably my favorite part of the year, because it's when I can delude myself into thinking that maybe the Cubs could get close to resembling a competitive team, sorta. This year looks to be no different; I've tricked myself into thinking the Cubs could win 81 games this year.

Really, though, the reason Spring Training is so cool is because of one thing.

The Bunt Tournament!

In honor of this momentous occasion, we are going to hold a simple giveaway. The first 64 e-mail addresses left in the comments (one address per person and per comment, let's not be jerks) will be randomly assigned a player in the bunt tournament. If your player wins the whole thing, you win a copy of The Book by Tom Tango! 

Good luck, play to win!

Signups will run until I get 64 people, or Friday.

Note: We will remove your email from the comment once we collect it, so it's not just sitting out there for spambots

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  1. WaLi

    dmick89 wrote:

    Garza has been -0.7 WAR at the plate and on the bases since joining the Cubs

    So what you are saying is that Garza is a better hitter and baserunner than Vitters.

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  2. Suburban kid

    Since when is it cool to be harvesting people’s emails in a public thread?

    Eh, who cares. Like RC, I have an email just for this porpoise

    (Entry recorded)

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  3. Suburban kid

    mikeakaleroy wrote:

    @ Suburban kid:
    I’m pretty certain it’s a social experiment,

    It’s a good one. I wonder how many cell numbers they’d get if they asked for them instead?

    and there is no real contest.

    You’re doubting the legitimacy of a contest where nerds’ email addresses get paired with real athletes’ training drill performances in order to win a book written by a nerd blogger back office dude?

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  4. GBTS

    If SK wins, just slap one of these on the prize and give it to Bertram at the local postal exchange. They’ll know what to do with it.

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