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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Put Buster Posey on the Cover of a Videogame

Posted By on Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 11:00 AM

click to enlarge Who you gonna call? - SONY
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Calling all Buster Posey fans (or everyone who wants Giants representation in as many conceivable forms of media as possible)! Here's your chance to put the much-adored SF Giants catcher, and recently named NL MVP, on the cover of the videogame MLB 13: The Show .

See also:

Video of the Day: Videogames Make Us Smarter

Transverse: Anna Anthropy's Dys4ia Explores Gender Transitioning in a Videogame

Sony is holding a contest to see who gets the cover spot of its latest baseball game MLB 13: The Show for Playstation3. Voting requires a tweet or Facebook plug, and right now the Pirates' Andrew McCutchen is in the top sot.

Posey is also up against players like the Dodgers' Matt Kemp, the Yankees' CC Sabathia, and the Tigers' Miguel Cabrera. If Posey's doe eyes and bionic ankle don't convince you to vote for him, maybe this video will.

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