What’s in a name? For fans, it’s a D-backs autograph

Mar 3, 2016, 7:20 PM

SCOTTSDALE — Getting an autograph from a player is a highlight for many fans who come out to Diamondbacks spring training games. But for the players, the signing of the autograph is just as exciting for them as it is for the fans.

At every home game fans get two opportunities to get their favorite player’s signature — first during a 15-minute sit down session on the left field concourse and then again along the third base line when the players head for the dugout.

Jake Lamb, Nick Ahmed and Josh Collmenter shared some of their favorite autograph experiences with Cronkite News reporter Meghan Kuebler.

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