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Article: Meltdown Countdown: Fan HQ Providing Autographed Prizes

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#1 John Bonnes

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 10:04 PM

Every year the Winter Meltdown has included great prizes, and this year is no different, which is one reason we expect tickets to sell out fast after they go on sale here Tuesday at 8AM. This year, Fan HQ is providing both a Jose Berrios signed baseball and an autographed item from our Twins special guest, who is….…going to be named on Monday. ;) But here is today’s hint, to go along with the ones from Wednesday, Thursday and Friday:

Hint 4: He had Tom Kelly as a manager.

You’ll not only get to attend the Meltdown with our special mystery guest, but could win an autographed item from him from Fan HQ. With two Twin Cities locations, Fan HQ has all the sports gear you need and the autographed items you want, plus great events like a chance to meet Bo Jackson next Saturday the 19th Plus, they’ll be also giving away an autographed Jose Berrios baseball.

But there is much more. If you haven’t been following along, Twins Daily’s Winter Meltdown will be January 26th from 5:00-7:30 at Brother’s Bar & Grill. You’ll be in town going to TwinsFest anyway, so stop by, have a couple of free 612 Brew craft beers, get a free pint glass, buy a Routine Pop Fly, win a Pick & Shove prize pack, meet the new Twins beat writers, hang with special guests, and bask in the warm glow of the hot stove with other Twins fanatics. Tickets go on sale at Twins Daily at 8:00 on Tuesday the 15th for $40.

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#2 ashbury

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 07:23 AM

Besides the mystery guest, what are the chances that Brian Duensing is also included, as a sweetener to the deal?

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