Century of the prospect: Joc Pederson’s car to be given away

From the Dodgers’ minor league promotions department comes a unique giveaway.

One “lucky” fan at the Albuquerque Isotopes game next Friday will drive away (or “tow away,” per the press release) a 1994 Buick Century belonging to outfielder Joc Pederson.

More from the Isotopes’ press release:

  • The car, nicknamed “Little Chucky,” has only 166,000 miles on it and has at least one operable window, which is really all you need. It is perfect for cruising around during the New Mexico summers with its “awesome” stereo system and lack of air conditioning. Kelly Blue Book estimates the value at nearly $1,000 (depending on if it has a full tank of gas). Little Chucky will also come with two complimentary air fresheners and whatever else Pederson forgets to clean out.The Isotopes guarantee 100 percent that this distinctive car will carry you all the way to your next destination out of the Isotopes Park parking lot. A satisfactory safety inspection has been completed on the vehicle.

    On Aug. 29, fans can enter for a chance to win the car during the game on the concourse in front of the Isotopes Pro Shop. The car will be given away on the field following the game and just prior to that night’s fireworks show. Contestants must be 18 years of age with a valid drivers license, and the winner is responsible for all license and registrations fees, as well as any taxes. The winner agrees to accept the vehicle “as is.”

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J.P. Hoornstra covers the Dodgers, Angels and Major League Baseball for the Los Angeles Daily News, Long Beach Press-Telegram, Torrance Daily Breeze, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News, San Bernardino Sun, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Whittier Daily News and Redlands Daily Facts. Before taking the beat in 2012, J.P. covered the NHL for four years. UCLA gave him a degree once upon a time; when he graduated on schedule, he missed getting Arnold Schwarzenegger's autograph on his diploma by five months.