More individual tickets have been opened up, and players & coaches for the Gold and Silver levels are listed. If I went, it would totally be the $20 ticket -- those are almost all my favorites! Link
I was going until yesterday, but it turns out that I can't. But I'm going to a Spring Training game more than likely.
Leah, Spring Training is awesome. You can get a lot of autographs there. Any of the workers there can tell you where to go to wait for the players.
The silver level sparked my want to go :]
Angeline, I've heard a bit about Spring Training and what it's like. I hope I can get a lot autographs and pictures if I do go! Of course, I'll share the wealth on here. ;)
Leah, if you're in the right place at the right time you can hit the motherload of pics & autographs. Other times you can't get near the players. A friend of mine who usually goes to Orlando for ST actually goes early while they're practicing but not playing games yet. He says there's few people & the players are really relaxed then, greatly increasing the potential for autographs, pics & even chatting a bit. Then he stays for the first couple games of the spring & heads home to the frozen north.
I'll be seeing our boys when they come here to play the Pirates ( 1 of the first games of ST). Probably won't be many starters, this is about the furthest they usually travel.
“I enjoy tryin’ to make those guys look as good as I can.”
Tim Hudson ~ 4/18/11
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