Kevin Bass (card # 226)
A few weeks back Nick, over at Dime Boxes, shared that he plays bass. Another meaning to the "low-end baseball card collector". I've played bass since 1976. One of the things that's kept me busy this last week is that I was asked to play bass on a recording session.
Well, I was asked several months ago, the session was last week. A good friend of mine, Rick, wrote some lullabies and wanted to record them. He's from Miami Beach and traveled up to KnoxVegas to record. It went well. I met Rick some 20 years ago. We played in various praise bands and garage bands. Well, a bit more than garage bands. We actually did several gigs. Respectable gigs. But that was then. This week our families have been catching up.
Fantasy football is in swing. Not full swing, just swing. David, from Tribe Cards, beat me in week one. Darn his Baltimore defense.
I recently passed the 750 posts on this blog. There have been a rash of contests so I figured, "Why not have one of my own?" It has been a while since I've hosted a contest. So, here's the deal. No pimping. If I find out you've pimped this thing I'll visit you and rip out your ethernet cable.
To enter, leave a comment on which MLB team will commit the 500,000th error. You can only enter once. Each team can only be selected once. That means a maximum of 30 entries. Yeah, I know. Too many numbers.
It is estimated that the 500,000th error will be committed on Saturday. So, the contest closes on Friday. The prize? I don't know. Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Wait, that's for weddings. I really don't know. It will be something.
If you guess which player makes that error, I'll toss in something very, very special. Again, I don't know what it will be. You've got to trust me on this.
You do trust bass players, don't you?