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    Autographs during Yankee Stadium BP??

    PLEASE HELP:
    I'm going to a Mets vs Yankees at Yankee Stadium and I need to know if it is possible to get autographs from the road/away team during batting practice? If anybody knows if I can or if it's difficult to do, please let me know. It there's a good possibility, who are the best signers on the Mets? ANY INFO FROM PRIOR EXPERIENCES WOULD BE HELPFUL!!

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    At citifield you can enter two hours prior to gametime. If you go just past the first base dugout you will have a chance for one or two if you are lucky. Same with visitor side. I heard Yankees stopped doing their version but that was only what I heard.

    Bring your own pen and item as the prices are triple for a MLB ball at the stadium.

    Good luck

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    Ok thanks for the info. I have all my photos and stuff bought/printed and ready to go. Have you gotten any autos during BP at any MLB stadiums? I think I have a good shot since I'm graphing the away team.

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    Never have. My son only got Logan Verretts auto last month. Before we got there (season ticket holders can get in 1/2 hour earlier) matz and 3 others that I do not remember signed for others. I did see Cubs players signing on the other side.

    I see you collect Mets. So do I . Shoot me a wanted list and maybe we can help each other out. I just went to Cooperstown to see Piazza go in. That was an experience. Did get Hojo's and Orosco's auto among others. But you pay up there.

    Good luck

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    Hey! I went to the game last night and it was awesome. I unfortunately did not get any autos but almost got a few balls but weren't within reach.. I got extremely close to Robles and Familia who were talking to me and the rest of the fans but oddly did not sign. I also watched a majority of BP from behind the dugout and down the left field line. It was an amazing experience all in all.

    I was also at the induction ceremony to see Piazza get inducted. I got to meet Doc Gooden and get his autograph as well. I saw Orosco but didn't want to pay, but I did buy a few autos as well like Ron Darling and Gary Sheffield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knicks2110 View Post
    Hey! I went to the game last night and it was awesome. I unfortunately did not get any autos but almost got a few balls but weren't within reach.. I got extremely close to Robles and Familia who were talking to me and the rest of the fans but oddly did not sign. I also watched a majority of BP from behind the dugout and down the left field line. It was an amazing experience all in all.

    I was also at the induction ceremony to see Piazza get inducted. I got to meet Doc Gooden and get his autograph as well. I saw Orosco but didn't want to pay, but I did buy a few autos as well like Ron Darling and Gary Sheffield.
    I know I'm late but Granderson is a very good signer. He signs after the anthem, so if they try to kick you out just say you're waiting for Granderson, and hopefully they let you stay. I know that at citi field, I think he does that everywhere else but not positive.

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    I got cueto, hammels, and another guy down the 3rd base line. Hope this helps.

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