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A Highly Objective Contest

A couple of weeks back Brian over at Highly Subjective and Completely Arbitrary hosted a nice, simple post-season baseball contest. All you had to do was leave a comment indicating how many home runs would be hit in that evening's Blue Jays/Orioles contest, which team would hit more, and which player would hit the first.I was one of three people to get two out of three categories correct, and Brian sent me a nice prize PWE as a result.
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