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Old 03-11-2018, 08:34 PM
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I didn't want to steal the great thread of Matts with his pictures with players. This picture was taken of my son in the middle at Scottsdale Stadiums clubhouse. I do have a signed version but not nearby
A couple of interesting things about it
1) I run into alot of people who say they are big baseball fans. I always then show them an 8x10 of this photo. Not one in the 14 years since it was taken can identify the 2 players. A few get one but none have gotten both. Assuming you guys have a better shot at identifying them
2) Noah was batboy when the player on the left was a Team USA manager. Noah taught him cheers he learned in high school that this man then used throughout the fall. The whole fall he only signed one autograph for Noah tho they talked for hours. I had to pay at a show (TTM) to get him to sign the photo and I asked if he would signed "To Noah- Stroke it and Poke it _(the yell Noah taught him and he used" but he refused
2) The player on the right I got to sign after he was traded to the Angels. I went to his first day at spring training and almost got smothered by the crowd as I tried to get it signed. He used a dark sharpie on a dark shirt so you can only see the autographed if turned at the right angle in the light. It is one of my favorite pieces.
3) Also have my son in the dugout when he batboyed for Team South Africa and Bonds (who came into the dugout posed with him) signed God bless, Barry Bonds with the God bless over his signature (again locked up in my safe box in another state) along with a few other gems
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Old 03-12-2018, 09:48 AM
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Looks like Frank Robinson and Albert Pujols to me. Great Photo by the way.
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Old 03-12-2018, 12:48 PM
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Give that man a cigar
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Old 03-12-2018, 01:32 PM
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Give that man a cigar
Can I have one also...I would have gotten it!

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Old 03-12-2018, 06:30 PM
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I didn't want to steal the great thread of Matts with his pictures with players. This picture was taken of my son in the middle at Scottsdale Stadiums clubhouse. I do have a signed version but not nearby

A couple of interesting things about it

1) I run into alot of people who say they are big baseball fans. I always then show them an 8x10 of this photo. Not one in the 14 years since it was taken can identify the 2 players. A few get one but none have gotten both. Assuming you guys have a better shot at identifying them

2) Noah was batboy when the player on the left was a Team USA manager. Noah taught him cheers he learned in high school that this man then used throughout the fall. The whole fall he only signed one autograph for Noah tho they talked for hours. I had to pay at a show (TTM) to get him to sign the photo and I asked if he would signed "To Noah- Stroke it and Poke it _(the yell Noah taught him and he used" but he refused

2) The player on the right I got to sign after he was traded to the Angels. I went to his first day at spring training and almost got smothered by the crowd as I tried to get it signed. He used a dark sharpie on a dark shirt so you can only see the autographed if turned at the right angle in the light. It is one of my favorite pieces.

3) Also have my son in the dugout when he batboyed for Team South Africa and Bonds (who came into the dugout posed with him) signed God bless, Barry Bonds with the God bless over his signature (again locked up in my safe box in another state) along with a few other gems

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Nice pic. And I wouldn’t have minded you sharing this at all!


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Old 03-13-2018, 11:45 PM
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Here are a few more of my son
1) as I mentioned earlier it took a few weeks but finally barry autographed this one "God bless Barry Bonds" with his signature directly over the God bless. Players often do this IP with personalizations so people can't erase the name it is endorsed to but never saw it with God blessed
2) Ran into Rickey at A's spring training. Opted for a picture as opposed to an autograph. Ran home and printed it and came back same day. He wasn't happy to see us again but did sign
3) Shawn was one of Noahs favorite players. I had bought Shawns Syracuse Chiefs game used jersey. We went to the DBacks spring training.
The players all sprinted onto the field at least 50 yards away. Shawn looked towards the fans and sprinted to us and said nicely "Where did you get the jersey" He signed it and asked Noah if he had anything else he wanted signed. Was one of our all time highlights and pretty miraculous he recognized the jersey from so far away
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