January 2, 2009

Mission Accomplished & A Perfect 10 Contest

Well, it has been an adventure. 50 posts in about a day and a half...For my final post of the Fifty for 2009 we will have a final contest for three 10 Mint graded cards. These have all been pulled from repackages.

To win these, just be the first to answer the following question in the comments section.

Nadia Comenici earned the first perfect 10 score during the 1976 Olympics and she also won the All Around Gold Medal. Who won the All Around silver and bronze during the '76 Olympics?

Fifty for 2009 Stats
Post #50 of 50
Percent complete: 100%

10 comments:

Captain Canuck said...

Nelli Kim
Lyudmila Turishcheva

FanOfReds said...

SILVER Nellie Kim, USSR
BRONZE Ludmilla Tourischeva, USSR

night owl said...

I don't know the gymnasts. Just want to say: nice work. It's been fun.

Matt F. said...

This one goes to Captain Canuck!

dayf said...

How many of those 7th inning stretch boxes did you buy?? Who grades those cards???

dayf said...

Holy crap! 50! Congrats!

FanOfReds said...

Great post series - certainly one for the ages... I agree with Dayf though, who sends those cards in to get graded?!

Congrats on writing 50 posts so quickly... I have enough trouble with a post a day. It's been fun - at least for us readers.

Dave said...

That Rasmus card is just beautiful...wow.

RWH said...

Congrats on the 50.

Matt F. said...

One of those graded cards is from the 7th Inning Repackage I wrote about earlier...and the Verlander/Ellsbury graded ones [the cards aren't standard set cards either, they are from the team sets] are from a great big repackage from [I hate to admit it] JC Penney. I got a gift card from them and I need to buy something and low and behold I discovered that they sell repackages on their website.

http://www4.jcpenney.com/jcp/SearchDepartment.aspx?SearchString=baseball+cards&JSEnabled=&mscssid=6722991320d024cbdbea60378845b4a9fxMnVNoVzayWxMnVNoVzayo200B79131B5E9213D52AAFBD205C0F854C7D0900401&cmResetCat=true&hdnOnGo=false