Monday was an epic day for mail!
The first envelope I got was from the Beloit Snappers, Class-A Affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. Last year, they were in the Twins organization.
I got a 2012 pocket schedule:
Then, I found 3 baseball cards of their mascot:
This is what was on the back of each card:
Lastly, I got a pamphlet about season tickets and group tickets:
The second envelope I got was from the Milwaukee Brewers:
I got these 3 stickers:
As well as theses 2 stickers:
After that, I pulled out 3 photo cards, starting with Ed Sedar, their 3rd Base Coach:
Next, I pulled out a Chris Narveson card:
Finally, there was a card for Ryan Braun:
The 3rd envelope I got was from the Kansas City Chiefs:
They enclosed a very long letter:
I then pulled out a window cling:
Next was a 2012 NFL Pocket Schedule, with the entire 2012 season schedule on it for every team:
I then got a Chiefs pocket schedule:
After that, I got this:
I flipped it over to see this:
It is a gift-card sized card with their schedule on it, along with 2 key fab schedules!
I then pulled out a large picture of Brady Quinn:
Lastly, I got this:
I flipped it over and saw this:
Then, I opened it up:
The 4th envelope I got was another one of the self-adressed ones I had sent out, this one from the Indianapolis Colts:
I first pulled out this letter:
Next, a team photo:
Then, this Play60 magnet:
And a Play60 sticket sheet:
After that, I found 2 key chains
Finally, I pulled out a mini pennant:
The 5th and final package I got was the largest of the 5, from the Richmond Flying Suirrles, Double-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants:
I opened it up and found one item inside:
A blanket! I opened up the blanket to find this:
How cool is that?
Wow. I got some pretty awesome stuff. It’s crazy to think that teams are willing to send me so much free stuff. Incredible!
That is all I have for this entry. As always, I will add blog entries as I get mail, so check back often!
I also will have another Baseball-Related collection entry up on Saturday morning, so keep a look out for that.
Nick Badders is a unofficial reporter for MLB.com. He writes the blog, 7000 Coliseum Way, and you can follow him on Twitter @nickbatters or his blog @7000ColiseumWay. You can also LIKE his blog on Facebook or follow him @nickbatters or his blog @7000ColiseumWay on Instagram. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.