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***NOW CLOSED*** FREE STUFF FRIDAY (4-23) Contest No. 3 — A 2009 Upper Deck Icons Kenshin Kawakami autographed RC by Chris Olds

We’re back with another Free Stuff Friday our weekly ritual where we try and get some cool stuff into the hands of our readers just for answering some simple card-related trivia.

How can you win? Follow the directions below and answer the questions below in a comment right here …  it’s that simple.

Tips: Don’t try stuffing the comments box — we’ll check IP addresses — and make sure to include your name and email address so you can be contacted if you win. (Also note that you will see your comment on your screen after posting but that does not indicate its order of posting as it has not yet been approved. WordPress’ time-stamping of comments once all are approved will determine the winner.)

Get the question(s) after the jump …

FREE STUFF FRIDAY (4-23) Contest No. 3 — A 2009 Upper Deck Icons Kenshin Kawakami autographed RC

1. According to Beckett.com, how many total cards does Kenshin Kawakami appear on? (HINT if needed: Look for the box below — and give his that number only.)

We’ll randomly award the prize(s) to a person with the correct answer(s) out of all entries received by Monday at 10 a.m. Central time.  Remember to include your name and email address with your entry… or you will be disqualified. Also note that it’s one entry per person per contest.

Note: The winner of each contest will be notified via email on Monday.

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball and Beckett Graded Card Investor. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to him at colds@beckett.com.

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158 cards

majingogeta344@comcast.net

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158

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170

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158

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158, worble!

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158

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Total Cards: 158
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158

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170

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1)- 158

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I.one hundred fifty-eight

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158 cards

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158

jklamb@ridgeviewtel.us

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158

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1. Kenshin Kawakami

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169

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158

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158

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158

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Kenshin Kawakami: 158

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158 total cards

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158

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hertzog27@msn.com

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158

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158

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158

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158

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158

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158

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158

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158

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158

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Kenshin Kawakami appears on 158 total cards.

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158

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158 cards

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158

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158

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158

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158

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158

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1. 158

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1. 158

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158

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Comment by Megan

1) 158

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158

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158
Jeni Lewellin
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158

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158

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158 total cards

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158

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49

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158

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1. 158

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158

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158

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One Hundred fifty eight (158)

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158

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158

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158

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158

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kerrybiggs@comcast.net

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158

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158

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Comment by Anonymous

1. 158 cards

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158

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158

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158

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158
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Comment by J.J. Bonneville

1. 158

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158

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Total Cards: 158

Robert Belenzon
gwynn_fan@cox.net

Comment by Robert Belenzon

158

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158

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170

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Kenshim has 158 total cards

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158

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158

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158

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1. 158 cards

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158

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170 total cards
15 Rookie cards
7 Memorabilia cards
13 Autographed cards

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David P
dpuccio@gmail.com

1. 158

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158

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158 Cards

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158

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158

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158

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158

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1. 158

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158

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158

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170

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158

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158

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158

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158
phillip bates
philz36@yahoo.com

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158

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Kenshin Kawakami has 169 cards

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Kenshin Kawakami appears on 158 total cards

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158

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1. 158 (one hundred and fifty-eight)

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158

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158

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158 total cards

John Jaskiewicz
lbjj05@sbcglobal.net

Comment by John Jaskiewicz

158

Thanks

Comment by Joe Mello

158 total cards

Comment by Richie Sliwinski

158

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158

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158

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158

Comment by Dave Copeland

170

Comment by sportsheros123

1. 158 cards

Thanks for the contest!

Comment by Anne Bazinet

158

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158

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158

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158

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1) 158

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158

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170 total cards

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158

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158

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1. 158

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158

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158

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#1. 158

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170

Comment by Brett Helmuth

Kenshin Kawakami appears on 158 total cards, going back all the way to his days as a Chunichi Dragon in the Nippon Professional Baseball League in Japan. His cards, until last year, were Baseball Magazine Japan cards, or BBM. I happen to be a HUGE Japanese Baseball fan…….

Samy Fineman

From mod: Winner via random selection.

Comment by Samy Fineman

1. 158

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158

Comment by Chris Carter

158 total cards
dnewt60@yahoo.com

Comment by dave newton

158

Comment by Jeff Klank

170

Comment by David Brown

Contest #3

1. 158

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158

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158

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1. 158

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1. 158

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1. 158 total cards

Comment by Adam

158

Thanks!

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158

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158 cards

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158

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1. 158

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158

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158

Comment by Mal

1) Total Cards: 158

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159

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158

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158

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158

Matt Leitzen
mlx2@mchsi.com

Comment by Matt Leitzen

Samy Fineman is the winner as noted above.

Please note that entries with incorrect answers were not part of the draw.

Comment by chrisolds




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