Have you ever wanted a personalized message from a big-league ballplayer? From one who plays for the Cardinals, at that?
Nevermind asking a Cardinal to write a treatise to how cool you are on their latest baseball card or a fresh horsehide from the team store – now you can get a personalized voice message from them!
Enter EGraphs.com – a cool new venture aimed at further connecting ballplayers with their fans by sending an autographed image with a personalized voice message for the recipient. Not only is it ballplayers now, the egraphs folks have also added NBA egraphs if that’s your cup of tea.
How does it work, you ask? From “Inside an egraph” at egraphs.com:
What is an egraph?
An egraph is a shared moment between you and your favorite star. It is immortalized forever with a beautiful high resolution photograph, handwritten note, signature, and personalized voice message. It’s their voice, their handwriting, their time — every egraph is one-of-a-kind.
Still not sure exactly what we’re talking about here? Check out a sample from Matt Carpenter after the jump…
Technology is always creating cool new ways for folks to interact, across different lives, different geography, etc – and this is another. Several Cardinal players (and one former Cardinal) have signed up: Matt Carpenter, Jason Motte, Jon Jay, Daniel Descalso, Shane Robinson, and Mark Mulder.
Thanks to the generosity of the kind folks at egraphs, we have a few of these things to give away. DO I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION? Good.
Here’s the gag: tell us your favorite on-field moment involving one of the above-mentioned players.
We’ll choose three winners from the stories posted in the comments below. We won’t necessarily pick one for each player, this is totally subjective, and the more vivid your memory or story the better.
Post your story in the comments below by this Friday at 5:00pm CT and we’ll choose three winners then, to be put in touch directly with the egraphs folks to redeem your prize – one egraph from the Cardinal of your choice.
Good luck, and thanks to the folks at EGraphs.com!