Houston Astros: Are You the Fansided Fan of the Year?
By Eric Huysman
While some people consider themselves the biggest fan of a particular team, how do you really know if you are really the biggest fan. Some people consider me the biggest Houston Astros fan, but there are things that I don’t know as well. Here is your chance to show that you are a bigger fan than the writers who write about the Astros for free, just for the love of the game. Are you getting pumped up yet?
Now, you may not be the biggest Astros fan, but is there a particular team you are passionate about following? The former youth minister at my church was a big Green Bay Packers fan, my wife is a big Alabama fan, and my neighbor is a big Houston Rockets fan. Do you know why you are passionate about that team? How do you show that you are passionate about that team?
Maybe you are not that passionate about sports, do you know someone who lives or dies for a particular team? Send them the link to this post to help spread the word.
Now that I have your attention, how would you like to win a one-year subscription for free just by telling us why you are Crushing on Carlos Correa, digging the beard of Dallas Keuchel, or get excited everytime Colby Rasmus hit a Colby Jack. Can you put together a sentence or use the video recorder on your cell phone? If you can, tell us why you think you are the Ultimate _______ Fan ever!
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This could be you as well by winning the Fansided Fan of the Year contest. You could get an article inside the SI magazine all about you. Below are the instructions to enter the contest from the Fan of the Year post from Fansided.
“Here’s how to enter: Send us a two-minute video or a 200-word essay to FanOfTheYear@FanSided.com telling us your story and explaining why you should be named FanSided Fan of the Year. We’ll review all submissions and narrow down the field to five finalists. Each finalist will receive a one-year subscription to Sports Illustrated and will be interviewed and profiled on FanSided.com. The grand prize winner will be featured in Sports Illustrated magazine!” – Fansided.
Do you have what it takes to be the Fan of the Year, enter the contest to see?