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Getting autographs at a minor league baseball game


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I bought a Vancouver Canadians hat that ended up fitting too large (good old New Era consistency), so I turned it in to a souvenir by getting some autographs. At Nat Bailey Stadium it's pretty easy. I went down to the front row of seats near the dugout and a number of players were happy to sign.

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This is the best picture I could find. The bottom left is the best place to get signatures. But obviously whether you can do this depends on the ballpark.

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If you want to get some decently big names to sign stuff for you, make sure to go to games when big leaguers are making minor league rehab starts. Back when I was into autographs, I got a TON of big name ball players to sign my stuff during those games.

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Yep, minor league autographs are easy to get if you're in the right place, as most have mentioned. And it pays off sometimes too, as you never know who's eventually going to make it to the big leagues. So far I've attended Salt Lake Stingers (now Bees), Orem Owlz, and old Provo Angels games in which Chone Figgins and Erick Aybar were on the field, and opposing players included Angel Berroa, Ken Harvey (tried to get his autograph just because he shares my name, but just missed him!), Seth Smith, and (I think, if I'm remembering right) Chris Ianetta. Not necessarily big-timers, but it's still cool to know they are/were in the big leagues after I saw them.

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