Thursday, April 10, 2014

Win a DVD of the first Mets' no-hitter

In conjunction with the digital download sale on iTunes of nearly 100 great programs from Major League Baseball, Subway Squawkers is giving away three copies of Baseball's Greatest Games: New York Mets First No-Hitter DVD.

To win a copy, please send an email with your name and mailing address and METS DVD CONTEST in the subject line to subwaysquawkers@gmail.com. Three winners will be chosen at random. Contest is open to residents of the continental United States. Contest runs until Tuesday, April 15 at 11 p.m Eastern Daylight Savings Time.




TO HELP CELEBRATE THE NEW 2014 BASEBALL SEASON, TAKE YOURSELF OUT TO THE BALLGAME WITH SPECIALLY-PRICED WORLD SERIES FILMS, BLOOPERS, TV SERIES AND DOCS –

ALL UNDER $10, AVAILABLE NOW ON iTUNES!


Allowing fans to watch everything from their favorite teams and players to some of the greatest moments in Major League Baseball history anywhere a smartphone or tablet can go, MLB’s digital downloads have never been easier to attain!  Until April 15, simply visit www.iTunes.com/MLB to purchase any of the specially-priced programs, including:
  • 100 Years of Wrigley Field
  • All-Time Bloopers
  • Angels Memories
  • Astros Memories: The Greatest Moments in Astros Baseball History
  • Baseball Seasons: 2004
  • Bloopers: Baseball’s Best Blunders
  • Bryce Begins
  • Detroit Tigers: Hometown Heroics
  • Fenway Park Centennial – 100 Years as the Heart of Red Sox Nation
  • Game 162
  • Letters from Jackie: The Private Thoughts of Jackie Robinson
  • Major League Baseball Official World Series Films, 1943-2013
  • Major League Baseball’s All-Century Team
  • MLB 25: Greatest Postseason Home Runs
  • New York Mets: 50 Greatest Players
  • Pride and Perseverance: The Story of the Negro Leagues
  • Prime 9 Vol. 1 (TV Episodes 9 x .5 hr)
  • Sudden Death Baseball
  • Superstars: Impact Players
  • Superstars: World Powers
  • The Best of the Home Run Derby
  • This Week in Baseball, Season. 1 (TV Episodes 17 x .5 hr)
  • World Series: History of the Fall Classic

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