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Pictures with Players

With all of the photos we take at games, its both fun and helpful to make entries grouping different types of pictures.  We recently finished recategorizing all of our panoramic pictures.  So now, its time to compile all of our pictures with MLB players (in chronological order).  Here we go:

ADAM MOORE.  Tim’s first player picture was with Adam Moore…

5 - Adam Moore.jpg…at the Mariners spring training in 2008.  At the time, Adam was a prospect yet to make his regular season MLB debut.  Turns out that in 2009, we were in attendance for Adam’s MLB debut.

Matt Capps.  The first MLB player with whom Tim got his picture at a MLB park was then-Pirates reliever Matt Capps…

7 - Matt Capps.jpg…at PNC Park.  This picture was taken during the inaugural Cook Grandfather-Father-Son Baseball Roadtrip.

T.J. Beam.  Shortly after the Matt Capps picture, we met T.J. Beam…
9 - T.J. Beam.jpg…another Pirates pitcher.  Beam, Sean Burnett, and Tyler Yates signed that baseball I am holding in this picture (given to us by Denny Bautista).

Ryan Perry.  We got this picture with Ryan Perry at Camden Yards in May 2009:


ryan perry.jpgJack Zduriencik.  Okay, he’s not a player, but we have to include this picture with Mariners General Manager, Jack Zduriencik…

40 - jack z.JPG…taken on the sidewalk in Boston while walking back from Fenway to our hotel after an excellent Mariners win over the Red Sox.

“King” Felix Hernandez.  We got a special treat on the Fourth of July in 2009, this picture with King Felix:


7 - felix warm up ball autograph and photo.jpgThis was taken shortly after Felix finished playing catch with Erik Bedard.  When Felix started signing autographs, Bedard tossed us their warm up baseball.  Tim and I then met up with Felix for this photo and autograph.  To cap it all off, the Mariners beat the Red Sox.

Jason Phillips.  We met up with C&S Hall of Famer Jason Phillips

17 - jason phillips.jpg…for this picture at Progressive Field in August 2009.  Phillips has been extremely cool to us since we met him in ’09.  Thanks, Jason!

Ryan Rowland-Smith.  At the Rogers Centre in September 2009, Tim and I met for the first time and got this picture with C&S Hall of Famer Ryan Rowland-Smith:

14 - TJCs with RRS.jpgScott Olsen.  We set a goal of getting a picture with a player from each team we saw in 2010.  We fell short of reaching the goal, but had a lot of fun trying.  Scott Olsen was our first player picture of the season…

8 - Scott Olsen.jpg…at an April 2010 game between the Nationals and Brewers in Washington, D.C.

Jeff Suppan. At that same Brewers-Nationals game, we got this picture with the incredibly nice Jeff Suppan:

9 - Jeff Suppan.jpgFrank Catalanotto.  May 1, 2010 was a big day.  Kids Run the Bases at Citizens Bank Park and getting an important autograph and this outstanding picture with Tim’s “first batter” Frank Catalanotto:

5 - tims first batter frank catalanotto.jpgRyan Rowland-Smith.  On May 11, 2010, we ran into RRS twice during pre-game festivities in Baltimore.  During our second meeting, we got this picture:

2 - tim and RRS 5-11-10.JPGBilly Wagner.  On May 22, 2010, we met, got a baseball and two autographs from, and this picture with Billy Wagner at PNC Park:

6 - Billy Wagner.jpgTommy Hanson.  On May 23, 2010, we met and got this picture with up-and-coming Braves hurler Tommy Hanson:

4 - Tim Cook & Tommy Hanson.JPGMike Cameron.  One of our goals in 2010 (at least when we weren’t seeing the Mariners play) was to get pictures with former Mariners.  On June 5, 2010, we went to a Red Sox/Orioles game in Baltimore with the goal of getting a picture with Adrian Beltre.  I had forgotten that beloved former Mariner Mike Cameron also played for the Red Sox.  We were very excited to come home with this shot with Cammy:

5 - mike cameron.JPGJered Weaver.  June 10, 2010 was the second game of the Cook Grandfather-Father-Son Baseball Roadtrip of 2010.  We started off the day by getting a baseball tossed to us by Jered Weaver…

2 - jered weaver.JPG…and shortly thereafter he autographed the baseball and posed for this picture with Tim.

Joel Piniero.  At that same game on June 10, 2010, we managed to get a wonderful picture with former Mariners pitcher, Joel Piniero…

4 - Joel Piniero fist bump autograph.JPG…giving Tim a fist-bump for the 2010 Photo Scavenger Hunt on MyGameBalls.com.

Ryan Rowland-Smith.  We met up with Ryan Rowland-Smith…

5 - TJC and RRS.JPG…again in San Diego on June 12, 2010 while on the GFS Roadtrip.  After signing that autograph (that I gave to my dad), he chatted with us for a while and posed for this group shot:

6 - RRS and Cook and Son.JPGChad Cordero.  On June 13, 2010, we met, got an autograph from and picture with Mariners reliever, Chad Cordero:

10 - tim and chad cordero.JPG“Cowboy” Joe West.  Okay, so he’s not a player.  But, for good or for bad, he’s a MLB legend and I have to include this picture of Tim with MLB umpire “Cowboy” Joe West…

47 - Cowboy Joe West and Tim.JPG…taken on June 13, 2010 after King Felix pitched 8.2 dominating innings in an exciting Mariners win over the Padres.  The backstory is that home plate umpire Angel Hernandez gave Tim a baseball on the way off the field, which third base umpire Joe West then stole from Tim before walking into the tunnel.  West then came back chuckling at his prank and gave the baseball back to Tim.  I jumped on the light hearted opportunity to ask the Cowboy to pose for this picture with Tim.  He didn’t balk at my request.

Jamie Moyer.  On June 26, 2010, the Blue Jays came to Philadelphia for a series of “home games” at Citizens Bank Park.  The “visiting” Phillies took BP second so we had great access to the team.  It all worked to our advantage because we were able to get this series of three pictures with Mariners legend (and my personal all-time favorite pitcher) Jamie Moyer:

7 - chatting with Moyer.JPG
8 - TJCs and Jamie Moyer1.JPG
9 - TJCs and Jamie Moyer2.JPGThanks, Jamie!  Best of luck in your rehab and 2012 comeback mission.

Bert Blyleven.  July 22, 2010 was our first game back in action after Kellan’s birth.  The date will likely go down as the first time we’ve ever met two Hall of Famers (or eventual Hall of Famers) in one day.  The first was the extremely nice Dutchman, Bert Blyleven:

9 - circle me bert.JPGJim Palmer.  The second Hall of Famer of the day was former underwear model, Jim Palmer:

10 - HOF jim palmer.JPGThe second picture of Palmer earned us some more points in the myGameBalls.com photo scavenger hunt.

Omar Vizquel.  Talking about Hall of Famers or eventual Hall of Famers, Omar Vizquel should be enshrined some day.  The guy is a flat out amazing fielder.  On August 8, 2010, he gave us his “John Hancock” and posed for this picture with Tim:

15 - tim and Little O.JPGJay Buente.  On September 12, 2010 (Tim’s Fourth MLB Anniversary), Tim and I got our 100th baseball from Marlins pitcher Jay Buente.  Before hustling off, Mr. Buente posed for a picture with Tim:

6 - 100th baseball.JPGThanks, Jay!  In an interesting note (and something that I just realized), with this picture with Jay Buente, Tim closed out his first MLB division — he got a picture with a member of each team in the N.L. East in 2010 (Scott Olson of the Nationals, Frank Catalanotto of the Mets, Billy Wagner and Tommy Hanson of the Braves, Jamie Moyer of the Phillies, and Jay Buente (and Brian Sanches) of the Marlins).  Cool.

Brian Sanches.  Shortly after crossing paths with Jay Buente, we ran into another Marlins pitcher, Brian Sanches.  He was incredibly nice.  He signed a baseball for us and posed for this picture with Tim:

7 - brian sanches.JPGNote:  This is one of my wife’s favorite pictures ever of Tim.

David Pauley, Ryan Rowland-Smith, Garrett Olson and Chris Seddon.  At Kellan’s MLB Debut on October 1, 2010, he was lucky enough to get his picture with four Mariners David Pauley (top left), Ryan Rowland-Smith (the first player to get his picture with both Tim and Kellan), Garrett Olson (who had the bright idea of having Kellan wear the ice cream helmet in the picture), and Chris Seddon (bottom right):

17 - kellan with pauley RRS olson and sedden.JPGJack Zduriencik.  On October 3, 2010, we closed out the season at Safeco Field.  We ran into Mariners General Manager Jack Zduriencik in the centerfield SRO area before the game and got this wonderful picture of Jack Z. kissing Kellan:

3 - Zduriencik kisses Kellan.JPGCook & Son Trivia:  Jack Zduriencik is the only baseball executive with whom Kellan, Tim or I have even gotten our picture.  He is easily the most accessible G.M. the Mariners have ever had.  My mom has gotten her picture with Jack about 4 times.  He’s all over the place.

2010 GFS Roadtrip Game 2: Angels at Athletics (6/10/10)

We woke up in the La Quinta Inn’s “Oakland Airport Coliseum” hotel on the morning of Thursday, June 10, 2010 ready for a Cook Grandfather-Father-Son Baseball Roadtrip first:  our second game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, which would mark the first time we have attended two games at the same stadium during a roadtrip.  Once again, we would be seeing the California Angels of Anaheim, Orange County taking on the Oakland Athletics.

We grabbed some free breakfast in the hotel lobby area, showered up, Tim built a very rudimentary fort…

1 - tims fort.JPG…and we were off to the Coliseum.  Once again the La Quinta shuttle (van) dropped us off at the BART stop.  Tim loved driving in the van and made sure to tell numerous people that “we drove here in a van!”

The day before, the outside security person hardly glanced into my big green backpack.  Today, the guy must have been a former-TSA agent.  He poked, prodded, made me remove 70% of the contents, and then decided the backpack was too big to go into the stadium.  I’ve take this same backpack everywhere (probably to 20 different stadiums), including THIS same stadium.  I told the guy I had brought this same backpack into the Coliseum not 12 hours ago and I crammed it into the little measurement box.  Finally, the authority figure relented, “I’ll let you take it in…this time.”

So we were in…

We headed to RF where my dad had noticed a baseball in the gap the night before.  I’d brought a rubber band, string, and sharpie with the thought of trying my first ever attempt at the glove trick.  The ball was still there.  But, I never even rigged up my glove.  It would have taken too much effort, I think.

Instead, Tim and I stood in the RF corner right next to the foul pole and watched Jered Weaver play catch with former Mariner Joel Piniero.  Weaver was standing right in front of us and, interestingly, he was using two baseballs to play catch.   He’d hold one ball in his glove and throw the other.  After the throw, he’d transfer the second ball to this throwing hand so he could catch the first ball after Piniero threw it back to him.

Once they finished up their throwing, Weaver tossed one ball into the seats behind him and then turned and tossed the second ball to us.

Thanks, Jered!

After Weaver tossed us the ball, Piniero walked over to the foul line.  I called out to Joel and he gave us a wave.  I asked if he would take a picture with Tim.  He said yes, but first he had to do some running in the OF.

A few minutes later, we got Weaver to autograph the baseball he’d tossed us and pose for a picture with Tim (look for Joel in the background): 

2 - jered weaver.JPG

I think this is the second time this season that we have gotten a baseball, picture and autograph all from the same player at a game, the first being Billy Wagner, and I think it is really cool.  Thinking back, we did this once last season with C&S Hall of Famer Ryan Rowland-Smith.  (We also got all three from Jason Phillips last season, but the picture and autograph were at different games).

We moved around the corner to the RF foul seats to get that picture with Weaver.  I should mention that this was a 12:35 p.m. day game following a night game.  We didn’t think there would be any BP, but we were wrong.  The A’s took BP (the Angels did not).

Standing right in front of us in RF was an Oakland Athletic.  I had no clue who he is.  I don’t bring a roster to games (and if I review a roster before a game it is generally just to see if any former Mariners are on the team).  But I have a secret weapon — a Canon PowerShot SX200IS with 12 x optical zoom and (48 x total zoom) — and that often times is all that it takes…

3 - ball please brad ziegler.jpg…”Hello, Mr. Brad Ziegler.”  (note:  the inset zoomed in picture is a different picture than the main picture).

No one else around seemed to know that it was Ziegler.  No one had said his name when he’d shagged balls nearby.  Once I figured out who it was and he shagged another baseball (about 40-50 feet from the foul line), I called how, “Hey, Brad Zeigler!  Zeeeeegs!”  That tipped everyone off in the section and when Ziegler looked over EVERYONE (well, not me, Tim or my Dad) started yelling his name.  Ziegler looked discouraged by the yelling and started to turn back toward “the bucket.”  Just then, Tim called out:

BALL PLEEEEASE!”

Ziegler quickly swiveled back toward the stands:  “Who said “ball please!?”  And he started walking toward the seats with the baseball.  I pointed at Tim.  Then, a kid about 4-5 rows further out in the outfield yelled, “I did!”  Ziegler veered to his left and started heading to that little liar kid.

“He did!”  I said, as I pointed at Tim.  Then some random other guy pointed at Tim and shouted out, “THIS LITTLE KID DID!”

Ziegler changed course again.  He approached Tim.

ZIEGLER:  “You said ‘ball please’?”

TIM:  “Yes.”

Ziegler gives the ball to Tim.

Thanks, Brad!  (And thanks to the “random other guy” for the assist).

It was a great lesson for Tim.  I told him (and have told him numerous times since then) that he got that baseball because he said “please” and it has had a very powerful impact on Tim.  He’s saying please a lot all of a sudden!

Soon, Joel Piniero headed over our way.  Do you know about the photo scavenger hunt on mygameballs.com?  If not, click here.  We’re having fun trying to collect some of the scavenger hunt photos and Joel was kind enough to help us out with a 5-pointer — Tim fist bumping a player:

4 - Joel Piniero fist bump autograph.JPGYes, Tim’s fist bump is a little unorthodox, but he’s only 4 years old after all.  He’s a seasoned high fiver, but his fist bumping still needs some work.

Anyway, it was awesome to see Joel.  I really liked him as Mariner and was sad to see him go.  He was also kind enough to sign the Brad Ziegler “ball please” ball for Tim…and another baseball for my Dad (but not the one he’d just thrown my Dad the day before).

Ahh…a couple things I forgot to mention:

First, between our Weaver picture and getting the Ziegler baseball, someone hit a high foul pop fly down the 1B line.  I ran over a couple seats away from the field and positioned myself for a big bounce over everyone in the first two rows.  And I would have got the ball too had it not bounced directly into a 30-year old’ish guy’s nose.  The guy was going for the ball and it cleaned his clock.  His nose opened up like a faucet.  It wasn’t pretty.

  • Second, while we were waiting for Piniero, an Angel pitcher was throwing off the mound in the bullpen.  Two throws into his session, he stopped and told his catcher to turn around and tell one of their teammates (who was playing catch with someone else in the OF) to move because the pitcher thought he might hit his teammate behind the catcher.  The Angels mocked him mightily for this request.  The best line was when the catcher stopped and told the pitcher ask a fan sitting in the crowd to move so he wouldn’t hit him with his return throws to the mound.
  • Third, also while we were waiting for Piniero, some fan decked out in Angels gear came down to the bullpen and (with Joel Piniero standing about 30 feet to his right) asked the guys in the bullpen, “Do you know when Joel Piniero is going to be out here?”  Everyone said no.  Then numerous Angels started asking their teammates really loudly, “Do you know when Joel Piniero is going to be out here?”  Everyone said no.  Then one of them yells to Joel, “Hey, do you know when Joel Piniero is going to be out here?”  Joel looks all around…nope, he had no clue either when Joel Piniero would be out there.  This never stopped while we were out there and the guy never figured out that Joel was standing right there.

    Okay, after the picture with Joel, we decided to go check out our seats…

    4a - section 125.JPG…I got us some excellent seats in the first row (well, third row because of the on field seats) in Section 125 by third base.  They were looking really nice, except that the fence gave them very little leg room.

    Side note, on the way over to our seats, we walked through the rows of empty seats all the way from the RF corner.  That’s pretty standard during BP, right?  Well, as we circled around home plate we were in about the third row above the dugout when an usher stopped us.  After yesterday’s “you gotta eat in your own seats 40 minutes before the game” incident, I was ready for anything.  She didn’t dissappoint.  She told me we couldn’t walk through the rows.  If we wanted to get from Section 120 Row 3 to Section 125 Row 1, we would have to walk up to the cross aisle behind row 20 and walk behind the 99% empty seating sections and then walk down the aisle at section 125.  Okay.

    Next, we decided to head over to left field.  Oddly, there was no one there.  Literally, other than an usher, there was no one else in foul territory down the line (which was very odd because there were a bunch of people in RF foul territory).  There were a bunch of people in LF homerun territory and this guy…

    5 - Michael Wuertz toss up machine.JPG…was taking care of everybody.  Right as we walked up to the wall in LF foul territory, this guy got a baseball and threw it to someone in homerun territory.  Immediately, another ball came, and after spotting Tim he threw it to us.  Three more balls came to LF within the next 3 minutes and this guy was all over the field shagging everything and he gave every one of those five baseballs to people in the seats.  Very cool.

    5a- 48 is Wuertz.jpgI had no clue who he was.  So I did my zoom trick.  No name on the glove.  But he did have a number:  48 (click on the picture to the right to make it larger if you can’t see the 48 stitched on the glove).  According to the A’s website this generous guy’s name is Michael Wuertz.

    Thanks, Michael!

    Soon, BP came to an end.

    I wanted to do some more exploring, and so did Tim and my Dad.  On our way out of the field level, I took the following picture of the A’s bullpen…

    6 - A's luxury bullpen.JPGIf that scene doesn’t shout “Major League bullpen” I just don’t know what does (hopefully you can read the sarcasm in that statement).

    We were off to the upper deck.  The true upper deck.  The 300 level, which is only open in three sections right behind home plate.  First, we had to figure out how to get up there.

    It was pretty empty in the concourse as we made our way to the 300 level seats…

    7- exploring coliseum 300 level.JPG…but at long last, we made it:

    9 - hanging out up top in coliseum.JPGYou see that cement wall behind Tim?  Guess what is over it?  Well, for one thing, off in the distance:  San Francisco:

    10 - SanFran from Colesium.jpg(Hopefully you can tell that is three pictures put together.  The bottom picture is the real picture.  The middle is a zoomed in version of the bottom picture, and the top picture is zoomed in even further).

    But we weren’t up here just to look over the wall.  We were here to check out the view of the ballpark from the 300 level.  Here is the view from the last row in Section 318 of the Coliseum:

    8 - coliseum section 318 panorama.jpgHere are Tim and my Dad with the lovely green tarp behind them:

    11 - Tim and Grandpa in section 318.JPGThe 300 level steps are really steep and they have no hand rails:


    12 - coliseum 300 level no hand rails.JPGAnd usher (who didn’t even demand to see our tickets) was kind enough to take our picture:

    13 - GFS coliseum 300 level.JPGAnd then I got a panorama from the cross aisle across the front of Section 316:

    14 - coliseum section 316 panorama.jpgWe still had some time before the game started, so we headed back to the Stomper Fun Zone…

    15 - stomper fun zone.jpg…where Tim had lots of fun:

    16 - playing with stomper.JPGFinally, the game was about to start.  We went to the fan assistance booth on our way to our seats to ask where we could find ice cream helmets.  The jumbo helmet last night was cool, but we wanted individual sized A’s ice cream helmets today.  We were told to go to Section 130.  But when we arrived one of the guys at the ice cream place informed us that they were OUT OF ICE CREAM HEMLETS!  Instead, he offered us little styrofoam bowls that looked like they’d hold about 2 table spoons of ice cream.

    Frustrated by this development, we suffered through our still delicious ice cream cones:

    17 - oakland ice cream cone.JPGOkay, Tim doesn’t look like he’s suffering.  But there are no individual sized A’s ice cream helmets in our collection today so the delicousness of the cones was bittersweet.

    Finally, the A’s took the field…

    18a - play ball in oakland.JPG…and this was our view from Section 125, Row 1, seats 3-5:

    18 - coliseum section 125 panorama.jpgThe A’s called on Trevor Cahill…

    19 - trevor cahill dealing.jpg…and he was a dandy on this day.  So was his defense:

    19a - A's playing D.JPGThe Angels called on Ervin Santana…

    20 - Ervin Santana.jpg…who looked like he weighs about 75 pounds.  He wasn’t terrible, but he wasn’t on par with Cahill on this day.

    As usual, the guys in the bleachers had their A’s flags moving in a slow downward waving motion:

    20a - As flags.JPGThe A’s provided most of the offense at this game, but this is the only picture I took of an A’s batter…

    20b - Gabe Gross.jpg…and the only reason I took the picture (of Gabe Gross) is because he was sporting number 18…a fine number.

    There was no scoring in the first three innings, so I took some random shots of Tim and my Dad:

    21 - Tim and Grandpa in section 125 of coliseum.jpgYou might notice they are both looking back at me.  I decided to sit in row 2, which was totally empty, because foul balls were flying all around us.  Sadly, we would glove none of them.

    Finally, the A’s got the scoring started in the bottom of the 4th inning when Ryan Sweeney hit an RBI double and then scored on a single by Gabe Gross (not in that at bat shown above).

    It seemed like A’s relievers were walking back-and-forth in front of us all day…

    22 - bullpen and bathroom trips.jpg…maybe they were visiting in the little boys’ room.  Their bullpen, of course, does not have its own little boys’ room.  Hey, did you notice who was in that back-and-forth picture?  No, not 2009 Rookie of the Year, Andrew Bailey, I mean my “ball please” Brad Ziegler.

    Tim amused himself by making me take a series of funny face shots and extreme-funny-face close ups… 

    23 - funny faces extreme close up.jpg…this would become a trend on this roadtrip.

    So would this…

    24 - exploding peanuts.jpg….”take a picture of me exploding this peanut!”

    The Angels finally got on the board in the fifth inning when Juan Rivera hit this double to deep LCF…

    25 - juan rivera doubles to LF in 5th.jpg…and then he scored on this bloop single…

    26 - bobby wilson dinks in rbi single in 5th.jpg…by Bobby Wilson.

    The sun was beating down hot (but humidity free) and was tiring out Tim…

    26a - tim cooling off.JPG…finally he agreed to take off his under shirt and go with short sleaves.  It was a good move.  He pepped up almost immediately.

    Not comfortable with a one-run lead, the A’s tacked on three more runs in the bottom of the fifth inning on singles by Daric Barton, Kurt Suzuki and Kevin Kooooooooouzmanoff.

    Torii Hunter grounded out harmlessly  in the sixth…

    27 - torii hunter grounds out in 6th.jpg…Trevor Cahill was cruising.  The A’s offense tacked on another run in the 7th on a sacrifice fly by Jack Cust.

    In the ninth, Cahill turned the ball over to Andrew Bailey…

    28 - Andrew Bailey for save.jpg…who went one, two, three with this swing by Hideki Matsui…

    29 - hideki matsui pops out to end game.jpg…resulting in the final out of the game (a pop out to 3B).

    This was a fun game in some great seats.  We had an usher take out picture before heading out:

    30 - GFS and the Coliseum.JPGThe day was still early and our next game was just over 24-hours and about 400 miles away.  Instead of starting a long drive in the evening, we drove only about 40 miles south to San Jose where we dined at In-N-Out Burger…

    31 - In N Out Palm Tree.jpg…and Tim finally got his picture with a palm tree!

    All around, it was an excellent day.  And we were looking forward to another one the next day at Dodger Stadium, which would be Tim’s 20th MLB stadium.

    2010 Fan Stats:

    10 Games

    12 Teams (Mariners, Orioles, Blue Jays, Red Sox, Angels and Athletics; Phillies, Pirates, Braves, Mets, Brewers and Nationals)


    32 - weaver piniero wuertz.jpg9 Ice Cream Helmets
    (Orioles (3), Phillies, Pirates (2), Mets, Athletics & Nationals)

    25 Baseballs (2 Mariners, 3 Brewers, 3 Nationals, 2 Blue Jays, 4 Umpires, 1 Phillies, 1 Mets, 4 Braves, 1 Orioles, 3 Athletics, 1 Angels)

    6 Stadiums (Camden Yards, Citizens Bank Park, Nationals Park, Citi Field, PNC Park, Oakland-Alameda County Stadium)

    9 Player Photos (Ryan Rowland-Smith, Mike Cameron, Joel Piniero, Frank Catalanotto, Billy Wagner, Jeff Suppan, Tommy Hanson, Jered Weaver and Scott Olsen)

    6 Autographs (Daisuke Matsuzaka, Joel Piniero, Frank Catalanotto (2), Billy Wagner (2), Jeff Suppan, Tommy Hanson, Jered Weaver and Scott Olsen)

    4 Kids Run The Bases (Citizens Bank Park, Nationals Park, Citi Field, PNC Park)

     

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