The early days of spring training are often the best time to snare autographs. The mood is generally relaxed and while crowds of autograph seekers do make their way to Florida and Arizona, it’s not as busy as it often is when the games begin.
Here’s a sampling of some social media posts showing successes–and another with some insight if you’re heading to the sunshine.
.@TheJudge44 signing autographs #Yankees #SpringTraining pic.twitter.com/j2rBSehmux
— Marly Rivera (@MarlyRiveraESPN) February 14, 2018
Tomorrow is my last day in Bradenton so had to hit #Pirates camp one more time to take pictures and get some autographs, Felipe Rivero and Starling Marte to name a few. #SpringTraining #PirateCity #GrapefruitLeague pic.twitter.com/OtlHf3ILnZ
— Kelly Byrnes (@kellykoof15) February 19, 2018
Dbacks’ Paul Goldschmidt signing autographs. @Dbacks @azfamily pic.twitter.com/nes9UNdvds
— Joe Pequeno (@JoePequenoTV) February 19, 2018
Man of the people. #AstrosST pic.twitter.com/kqubv2Qvgr
— Houston Astros (@astros) February 18, 2018
@RealCJ10 thank you for signing for my two little guys among the crush if pro autograph hounds today. Appreciate it. pic.twitter.com/vNxnT95Bmy
— David Oliver (@dmoliveratl) February 19, 2018
?? @redturn2 signed autographs, took selfies & held children for pics at @camelbackranch today ? 2/17/2018 #Dodgers #WeLoveLA #LetsGoDodgers @Dodgers #DodgersST #SpringTraining #LADetermined #ST18 #JT #JustinTurner pic.twitter.com/9hOYrD8ctr
— StadiumBound ⚾️ (@StadiumBound) February 18, 2018
Good dude @PatNeshek signing tons of autographs for fans #PeopleStillDoMailLetters#SaturdaySignings#Phillies⚾️? pic.twitter.com/NgdFaxiKiV
— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) February 17, 2018