Time to reward one lucky person who’s reading the blog during this lovely weekend…
Today I’m giving away a brand new Better Off Red shirt AND a 2012 National Baseball Hall of Fame Yearbook featuring Ron Santo and Barry Larkin on the cover!
Please follow the directions to win:
Use the comments section of this blog post to correctly answer the question below. One lucky person who gets the answer right will be randomly chosen as the winner of the shirt and yearbook. I will only accept one answer per person. The winner will be announced later today. Good luck!
In 1986, Barry Larkin was one of only how many players in the minor leagues to have 10 or more doubles, triples, homers and stolen bases?
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