Snaring an autograph of a current player at a Dodger game just got a lot tougher.
It’s a scene played out at lots of ballparks.
Waving baseballs, cards, pictures and programs, they crowd the lower seating areas hoping a few players will stop by and sign. Fans at Dodger Stadium used to enjoy that privilege too.
But management has changed its policy toward pre-game autograph seekers. It seems if you don’t have a ticket for the pricey seats, you might come away empty handed. At least that’s what L.A. Times columnist T.J. Simers thinks.
He’s afraid the club is catering to the wine and cheese crowd.