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(06-05-2013 02:51 PM)ZSDOne Wrote: I'd go for the chance to get my own card - at worse you get an autographed baseball. At best you get your own card which would be very cool.
And don't forget its only money - if money was really that important would any of us buy cards?
(06-05-2013 04:00 PM)RobbinsDynasty Wrote: Keep it and go for maybe the only chance you and your son get at getting on a baseball card. I would hands down go for it. Money is Money comes & goes. I would in turn sell the ball if uninterested in the prospect.
(06-06-2013 09:16 PM)vesperscards Wrote: I would 100% sign and Fedex that thing over... if you win - Have your "position" be a catcher... have you kneeling down behind home plate as your son is "opposing batter". Honestly, you know that would be more priceless than $500 bucks (and to be honest... eventually that $500 will end up as more cards anyway So mine as well be you on a card!)
BTW - Trade ya that Todd Helton Donruss Black Proof card you wanted a LONG LONG time ago for it. lol
(06-07-2013 09:33 AM)LonghornMike311 Wrote: Just be sure there are no stains on your shirt in the Card pic..haha..
Sign that thing and mail it in!!!
As far as WHERE the pic is taken,I'm sure Topps would want some sort of baseball activity in the backdrop. Similar to that promotion they just had "Pro for a day" or whatever where that lucky dude was a minor leaguer for a day.
My pic would have me with a hot dog and a beer sitting in the stands..MY usual baseball pose haha.
(06-12-2013 03:33 AM)shaunbaus Wrote: Keep it! Just think you could be your own super collector or super collect your son. You and/or your son could sign your own card. Or better yet, if they put em in a set we collectors could pull one and send it to you maybe for a TTM auto!
(06-12-2013 11:56 AM)cross4444 Wrote: Hire an agent and negotiate a better contract!