# Sunday, March 27, 2011
I hit Nats camp again today.  I know, I know, big surprise!  I'm running out of stuff to get signed for most of these guys, so I've been showing up in the afternoon, mainly to get the visiting team.

When I got there, I noticed that the Nats major league pitchers were practicing on the AAA field.  Steven Strasburg was one of the guys there.  When I got over there, there was a sort of makeshift line forming, so I got in line.  At the end of the workout, they jogged off the field.  All except Strasburg.  He stayed back for a couple of minutes.  Chien-Ming Wang was the only person anybody asked to stop, and he signed for everybody that asked.  I didn't want to lose my spot, so I passed.  Strasburg finally jogged off of the field... and of course wouldn't stop to sign anything.  I am still 0 for forever with this guy!

When I got back to the minor league workout, there were quite a few graphers standing by the clubouse.  I decided to walk back to the back fields.  Bryce Harper was on one of these fields, and there were only a handful of people back there to get autographs, most of which were kids.  When the workout finished, the kids asked him to sign, and he did.  When the 3 adults, myself included, asked him to sign, he obliged as well.  He did personalize for the adults. I got him on an 8x10 for a friend from SCN.  When he got to the clubhouse, he didn't stop to sign for any of the people there.

Shortly after getting Harper, the Tigers bus arrived.  None of the players and coaches were wearing their jerseys.  We had to wait a good half hour after they got to the dugouts for them to put their jerseys on. 

The way these players were acting, you would have thought they were the Yankees or something.  There were by far the worst signing minor league teams I have ever seen.  Several players and coaches refused to sign.  A lot of the ones that did sign either limited to 1 per person or personalized or both.

I finished up pretty quickly back there, and began making my way to my car.  Most of the graphers were still in the back with the Tigers.  I decided to hang out by the Nats clubhouse for a few minutes, as they were starting to trickle out for their games with the Tigers.  There were about 6 people there. 

After a few minutes, Bryce Harper came out.  The first person to approach was a grown man with a bat.  I was SURE that Bryce wouldn't sign.  Of course, he signed.  Not only that, but he wasn't personalizing!  So I got him for the second time that day, on an SI.

My quantity for today was pretty terrible, but I can't complain about getting Bryce Harper twice!

Corey Brown - 1/1
Alex Cintron - 4/4
Jesus Flores - 2/2
Jeff Frazier - 2/2
Archie Gilbert - 2/2
Bryce Harper - 1/1 (8x10, personalized), 1/1 (Sports Illustrated, not personalized)
Steve Lombardozzi - 2/2
Chris Marrero - 3/3
Derek Norris - 2/2
Tim Pahuta - 2/2
Joe Testa - 1/1

Chris Cron - 4/4
Brandon Douglas - 1/1
Cale Iorg - 1/1
Bryan Pounds - 1/1
Chance Ruffin - 1/4 (personalized!)
Danny Worth - 4/4


Today's total - 33 cards, 1 8x10, 1 magazine

2011 Spring Training 16 day total: 1283 cards, 14 8x10s, 11 baseballs, 7 16x20s, 2 10x30s, 2 11x14s (4 autographs), 2 10x20s (9 autographs), 2 mini helmets, 2 magazines