Hello, everybody. Taking a quick break from frantically writing the back half of my portion of the blogathon to tell you about what, exactly, you are eligible to possibly receive as a giveaway if you donate to our GoFundMe page:
- Playing With The Enemy by Gary W. Moore
- A “Living Baseball Card” mini-documentary on Andre Dawson
- 2007 AAA Baseball Heroes comic
- Signed copy of 501 Baseball Books Fans Must Read Before They Die by Ron Kaplan (contributed by Kaplan)
- Wild and Inside by Stefan Fatsis (Contributed by Kayla Thompson)
- Signed Copy of The Baseball Codes by Jason Turbow and Michael Duca (contributed by the authors)
- One of three copies of Out of the Park Baseball (Contributed by Out of the Park Developments)
- Hank Greenberg: The Hero of Heroes, by John Rosengren (Contributed by Sean Lahman)
- The Last Hero: A Life of Henry Aaron, by Howard Bryant (Contributed by Lahman)
Some of these are connected to the blogathon itself. For example, Ron Kaplan and Jason Turbow both will be contributing articles to the guest portion of the blogathon, while Kayla Thompson will be reviewing Wild and Inside and I will be utilizing Out of the Park Baseball for an installment of Breaking OOTP. So, if you want a shot to receive some of these great books, comics or video games, please donate. It won’t take long, and your donation to Roswell Park Alliance Foundation will be “put to immediate use to increase the pace from research trials into improved clinical care, to ensure state-of-the-art facilities, and to help improve the quality of life for patients and their families.”
At 2 PM: Name-Changing.
This post has been part of the 2016 Baseball Continuum Blogathon For Charity, benefiting the Roswell Park Alliance Foundation. The Roswell Park Alliance Foundation is the charitable arm of Roswell Park Cancer Institute and funds raised will be “put to immediate use to increase the pace from research trials into improved clinical care, to ensure state-of-the-art facilities, and to help improve the quality of life for patients and their families.” Please donate through the Blogathon’s GoFundMe page.