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    Re: Winter Caravan . . . Louisville Tonight

    kbrake:

    I feel the same way about Narron...did he talk at all about Hamiliton?

    Dod you see people there with video cameras?
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    Re: Winter Caravan . . . Louisville Tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by kbrake View Post
    I was at the stop in Lima tonight and while I wish we could have gotten Homer or Phillips are way it was still nice. I was fine with Thom Brennamen getting hired but after tonight I am really excited that he has joined on with the Reds. I am not a fan of his fathers, but Thom seems like he will be very refreshing. One more thing, while I find it hard to like Jerry Narron as a manager, I find it even harder to not like him as a person.
    I'll be going to the Muncie stop tomorrow...I only have one thing for them to sign and the person going with me has nothing. Did they have anything to buy there to sign or not?

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    Re: Winter Caravan . . . Louisville Tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by harangatang View Post
    I'll be going to the Muncie stop tomorrow...I only have one thing for them to sign and the person going with me has nothing. Did they have anything to buy there to sign or not?
    In the past they've had autograph cards available for everyone.
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    Re: Winter Caravan . . . Louisville Tonight

    I went to the Lexington stop today before heading back to Louisville for the weekend, and it was very quick. There was only one line and you were able to go to each person in order. There wasn't as big of a crowd as I thought there would have been, though. Nevertheless, it was nice. BP seems like a really friendly person. One notable question asked, was if Phillips and other players ever listened to Tracy Jones. BP simply did not know who he was.

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    Re: Winter Caravan . . . Louisville Tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by MartyFan View Post
    kbrake:

    I feel the same way about Narron...did he talk at all about Hamiliton?

    Dod you see people there with video cameras?
    Yeah Jerry talked about Hamilton. He pretty much just gave the typical line on Hamilton though. You know, something like "guy has all the talent in the world, has made mistakes in his past but is doing what he can to get his life straight. we hope he makes the team yada yada yada"

    As for the cameras no I did not see any but Lima is a very small stop. I really dont know how it would be at some of the bigger stops.

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    Re: Winter Caravan . . . Louisville Tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by harangatang View Post
    I'll be going to the Muncie stop tomorrow...I only have one thing for them to sign and the person going with me has nothing. Did they have anything to buy there to sign or not?
    There was not much to buy. They did have a few copies of Tom Browning's book (the only thing I actually took with me to get signed) but other than that there was nothing really. They did have little autograph sheets though with all their names on it.

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    Re: Winter Caravan . . . Louisville Tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfan30 View Post
    In the past they've had autograph cards available for everyone.
    Quote Originally Posted by kbrake View Post
    There was not much to buy. They did have a few copies of Tom Browning's book (the only thing I actually took with me to get signed) but other than that there was nothing really. They did have little autograph sheets though with all their names on it.
    OK thanks alot. Up here you can't find anything.


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