Answer to yesterday’s question
Congratulations to Amber C. who was randomly chosen as day three’s winner! She won a whole slew of prizes.
For one last time this week, let’s play again…
Today’s prize is a dandy: A broken, game-used Jay-Bruce bat, courtesy of our friends in the Reds Authentics department.
Here’s the very lovely Amy B. showing off the Jay Bruce bat.
Using the comments section of this blog post, correctly answer the following question for your chance to win (one answer per person/email address, please).
In 1977, what was the price of a Reds Beach Towel at the Cincinnati Reds official 580 Gift Shop?
One random winner will be announced tomorrow (Friday). Good luck!
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