YOU MAKE THE CALL

Tired of watching Major League umps get it wrong? Find yourself heckling that awful Little League parent putting in volunteer overtime behind the plate?

Here’s your chance to test your eye on the blazing fastball of senior pitcher Colin Welmon, an LMU Lion with Major League mettle (he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 34th round of the MLB draft last year.)

Five pitches, you call them: ball or strike. At the end, enter the drawing for an authentic LMU baseball home jersey, o dered to size. And take a look at each pitch slowed down to see Welmon’s incredible control (yes, he threw every pitch to order).

YOU MAKE THE CALL

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    Contest Rules and Regulations

    Limit one entry per person with a valid email address.

    LMU Magazine staff will review all entries and add eligible names into a random drawing for four tickets to a 2015 regular season baseball game at Dodger or Angel stadium. The drawing winner will be asked for preferred ticket dates, but no guarantee
    s are made.

    All four tickets will be awarded for the same game date; they may not be split up.

    Once tickets have been awarded to one random drawing winner, LMU Magazine bears no responsibility and provides no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced.

    Tickets are deemed invalid if ticket stub has been detached or a re-entry gate usher has invalidated the ticket with a stamp or mark.

    All game dates, times, opponents, promotions and events are subject to change without prior notice. Tickets for all games are subject to change without notice based on market conditions. LMU Magazine reserves the right to change the rules and/or conditions of this contest, the drawing and/or the tickets at any time.

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