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5-14-11 Miller Park

After a brief stay near Notre Dame in Indian, Amy and I continued our weekend trip through Illinois and Chicago.  The coolest scenery we passed, for me, was US Cellular Field in Chicago.

However, we didn’t stop to look around, as we were on a schedule to get to Miller Park about an hour and a half before the gates opened.  This would give us time to buy tickets, park, and familiarize ourselves with the exterior of the stadium, and find the correct gate to go into.

There wasn’t really anywhere to park around the stadium, but the stadium lots, so we parked for $10 and then walked about six minutes to the stadium.  There’s a nature trail that runs along the stadium, and a bridge spans a stream on the way to Miller Park.  We paused to get a quick photo.

You can see the large domed structure in the background, which of course is Miller Park.  By the way, the weather in Milwaukee was absolutely miserable.  It was 44 degrees with constant rain and drizzle.  The biting wind made it feel like 37 degrees, so needless to say, we couldn’t do much outside during our two days in Milwaukee.

I was very disappointed to find out that the gates to Miller Park wouldn’t open until 90 minutes before the first pitch.  Even though this was a SATURDAY.  The only way to see the Brewers take batting practice was to go into Friday’s restuarant, so that’s just what we did.

I went out to the Friday’s deck after a few minutes, which is just above the left field wall.  You’ll also notice that there’s a gap between the outfield wall and the deck, creating a perfect place for baseballs to fall into.

Well, there was a ball down there.

So, I lowered my glove and glove tricked it for my first ball of the day.

This was my view from the Friday’s deck.

I didn’t expect any home runs to come in there, mostly because there was an overhang.

I was wrong.

Rickie Weeks drilled a line drive home run that struck a table and stayed in the deck seating area, so I ran over and picked it up.  It was ball #2.

Another ball would land in the deck, but bounce back onto the field.  I really couldn’t run around in there with some people seated and eating.

After the Brewers finished up, the Pirates came out.  The batters stretched near the cage,

while the pitchers threw in the outfield near the front row of Friday’s.  Chris Resop recognized me and waved.

Joel Hanrahan looked genuinely displeased to see me.

He shook his head and shouted, “Don’t you get enough at home?!”

The only other interaction I had with a Pirates player was with Evan Meek, who saw me and asked if I had family in Milwaukee.  He also asked how long of a drive it was and who I came with.  Here he is looking up at me.

Once the gates opened, I ran upstairs to try for a home run ball in left field.  The Pirates were already batting, and the first group contained Andrew McCutchen, Ryan Doumit, and Jose Tabata.  I figured they’d be able to reach the seats.

However, they experienced a power outage, except for Doumit, but every one of his homeruns were swallowed up by the bullpen in left center.

After the first group, I walked up to the back of the bleachers, and found ball #3 tucked under a bleacher.

I made my way over to right field for the rest of the Pirates batting practice, since a majority of the team is left handed.  When I entered the bleachers, there were already several dozen fans there, but they all overlooked a ball that was in the front row, again, hidden under a bleacher.

It was ball #4 on the day.

While in right field, there was an amazing glove trick opportunity for four balls that were directly below me.

However, Euclides Rojas was in the bullpen unpacking gear, so I decided to wait.  Unfortunately for me, he then made his way over and picked up all four.  I politely asked for one, but despite being the only Pirates fan in right field, I was denied.  Every time I’ve ever asked Rojas for a ball, I’ve been glared at.  I miss old bullpen coach Luis Dorante.

Ball #5 on the day was thrown by Ross Ohlendorf, probably the most generous Pirates player.

He tossed many balls into the crowd, and was, as usual, going all out to catch every ball hit within 200 feet of him.  He had to throw the balls back in left handed, since his shoulder is injured.  His toss to me was also left handed.  It was inaccurate, over my head and to my right, but I was able to track it down before other fans got it.  “I got it Ross!” I called down.  “Thank you!”  He smiled and waved.

There was only one home run hit into the upper bleachers, and I didn’t get it.

There is a big overhang , so the lower bleachers were virtually worthless.  Many of the home runs went to center field and the Toyota Home Run Porch:

Near the end of batting practice, I glove tricked a ball in the Pirates bullpen.  It was at least 20 feet below, so it was pretty noticeable to everyone in the stadium.  The section below could be heard chanting “Go! Go! Go! Go!” as I slowly pulled my glove up with the ball tucked inside.  BP ended right after I glove tricked the ball, so I put on my backpack and went to meet up with Amy.

After BP, we walked around the stadium, exploring the concourse.

Our seats were in the upper deck, and here was one of the concourses up there.

We ended up sitting near the top of the stadium in the upper deck near the right field foul pole.

Pre game panorama:

Bernie’s Slide:

Scoreboard and roof:

Panorama during game:

After the game, we checked into our hotel, 10 minutes from the stadium.  We also scored this hotel for $25 from Priceline.  It was good too, because the price of gas keeps creeping upwards.

Today’s baseballs:

Sweet spots:

STATISTICS:
Game:  6 balls (1 hit, 1 thrown, 2 device, 2 found)
Season:  137 balls (55 hit, 34 thrown, 27 device, 20 found)
Games: 21 games
Average:  6.52 balls per game
Career:  1,259 balls
Attendance: 42,422

Amy took tons of photos.  Here’s the top three that have nothing to with my ballhawking, but were quality pics by my lovely fiancee:

#3 Jose Veras, concentrating on catching a ball during BP warm ups:

#2 Heberto “Herbie” Andrade blows a bubble

#1 Daniel McCutchen has pitched really well this year and was recently promoted to set up man to Joel Hanrahan.  The reason for his effectiveness?  This wildly distracting face upon delivering the pitch:

5-8-11 PNC Park

Today was Mother’s Day, and my mother-to-be fiancee Amy had to work this game, so I was there too.  Luckily, even through it was a day game following a night game, there was a full batting practice.

Upon entering the stadium, I snagged my first ball of the day on the Riverwalk, or outfield concourse.  Fans can’t enter the stadium until 11:30, they can only access the Riverwalk, which is the area behind the right field wall.  It’s kind of dumb to open at 11 AM, and just make everyone stay out there, but whatever. 

Chris Snyder threw me my first ball of the day over the iron gate.  He’s on the left in the picture below, talking to Lyle Overbay.
5-8-11 (1).JPGI called out for a ball from Neil Walker
5-8-11 (3).JPGbut so did this guy:
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(I didn’t realize we were at a Steeler game…)

Anyway, I snagged the ball over him, and he wasn’t too happy.  He started boasting about how he ‘can jump’ because he ‘plays basketball,’ and the next ball thrown out, he was getting.

I didn’t wait around to see, as it was 11:30, and I ran into the left field bleachers.  There, I found ball #3 by the bullpen, and continued my search into foul territory.

There were no balls there, but a cool groundscrew member tossed me a ball that was laying in front of the tarp.
5-8-11 (6).JPGMy fifth ball of the day came from Evan Meek.  He handed me a ball after we had a nice five minute conversation about everything from Amy, my upcoming baby, Mother’s Day, his recovery, etc.

I only snapped a picture as they ran off the field.
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The Astros then came out, and Dave Clark started hitting balls to the relief pitchers, encouraging them to rob the home runs, or injury themselves and end their careers.  Just ask Ruben Niebla.

It worked out though, as Clark over hit a ball into the stands that I snagged off a bleacher in this area.
5-8-11 (8).JPGMy seventh ball was a Hunter Pence home run catch on the fly caught on the far end of the section by the handicapped seats.
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It was so crowded today, so there was no chance for an outfielder toss up.
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Ball #8 of the day was thrown to me by Jose Tabata in the 8th inning.  I snagged it here. 
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I had to run down a few steps to snag it from other fans who were reaching from it, but I’m pretty sure it was to me, just under thrown.  It was directly in the middle of the aisle.  Luckily, no one batted it away from me.

After the game, I took Amy out to dinner at one of our favorite restaurants, Old Mexico located in Washinton PA.

Here are today’s eight baseballs:
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Sweet spots:
5-8-11 (19).JPGSTATISTICS:
Game:  8 balls (2 hit, 5 thrown, 1 found)
Season:  91 balls (33 hit, 25 thrown, 21 device, 12 found)
Games: 15 games
Average:  6.07 balls per game
Career:  1,213 balls
Attendance: 17,946

4-25-11 PNC Park

Today was the make up game of Friday’s rained out contest between the Pirates and Nationals.

When the gates opened, I ran in and found my first ball of the day in the front row near the bullpen.
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I only got one other ball during the Pirates portion and it was a home run ball that probably was catchable by myself or Nick, but we both missed it and it bounced back onto the field.  Evan Meek picked it up and tossed it to me for ball #2.

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When the Pirates ran off the field, I got Daniel McCutchen to throw me a ball from center field, but it fell well short.  I was luckily able to glove trick it for ball #3.

I also glove tricked ball #4 in left field when the Nationals were hitting.

My fifth ball of the day was a home run hit by an unknown righty.  I made the clean catch here:
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I then struck up a conversation with ex-Pirate Tom Gorzelanny.  I asked him if he still had all the Dave Matthews Band CDs that I sent him a few years back.  He said yeah and then started talking to me about DMB for a bit.
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During the conversation, a batter hit a line drive that bounced on the warning track.  I snagged it as it skipped off the warning track just to my left without moving or breaking conversation with Gorzelanny. 
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I was planning on asking him for a ball, and that ground rule double had just ruined it.

Anyway, the Nationals weren’t taking much initiative in collecting the balls from the warning track, so I glove tricked ball #7 here in left field,
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and glove tricked #8 in section 141.
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I was then tipped off by ex-ballhawk Andrew McDonald about another ball, and glove tricked that one for #9.
DSC00344.JPGMy tenth ball of the day was thrown in right field by Doug Slaten, who seemingly hooked up every fan on the wall.
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After a few missed opportunities for home runs, I tracked down a Matt Stairs home run for Ball #11 that landed in the second to last row on the wall.
DSC00351.JPGThat was all for batting practice.

During the game, I decided to sit in the club seats because there was virtually no one there.  Many fans stayed home to watch the Penguins game.
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DSC00354.JPGI had a perfect chance at a foul ball.  The place was virtually empty.
DSC00364.JPGIn the second inning, new Pirate Brandon Wood made his bucco debut. 
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He took the first two pitches he saw.  On the third John Lannan offering, he took a rip.  He fouled the pitch off into the second deck.  I jumped out of my seat immediately and went running throw the row to try and make the catch.

I ran to the end of the next section and made the catch at the end of the row seen here:
DSC00357.JPGIt was ball #12 and my first game ball of the season.

Here’s the catch:
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And showing the ball off:
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Video:

The catch was featured on Sportscenter as a lead in to their top 10 plays.

Anyhow, it rained on and off throughout the rest of the night, so I spent some time between innings in the club level to stay dry.
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DSC00372.JPGHere are today’s baseballs:
100_9038.JPGAnd the sweet spots:
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STATISTICS:
Game:  12 balls (4 hit, 2 thrown, 5 device, 1 found)
Season:  77 balls (29 hit, 17 thrown, 21 device, 10 found)
Games: 11 games
Average:  7.00 balls per game
Career:  1,199 balls
Attendance: 12,457
2010 through 11 games: 77 balls (0 balls behind last year’s pace)

PNC Park – Home Opener

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I arrived at PNC Park around 10 AM this morning for the Pirates Home Opener. Amy came with me, but unfortunately, she had to work the game, so I don’t have many pictures of my ballhawking today.

We walked to the stadium and were second in line behind Nick.
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Nick and I caught for about 20 minutes on the Roberto Clemente bridge. 
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Afterwards, Nick and I headed down to the Riverwalk.  While there, I was able to see seven balls in the sky heading towards the seats. 
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Eventually one of the balls bounced out of the stadium.  I dove here to snag the ball. 
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I got a little dirty, but it wasn’t too noticeable. 

Being on the board before going into the stadium is never a bad thing.

Upon entering the stadium, I heard Evan Meek call out to me.  I thought he said, “Jabs!” but I’m not sure.  Anyhow, he came over and shook my hand and asked how the offseason was and if there was anything new going on.  He asked if we were doing the Ballhawk League again, and I said yeah.

A minute later, Evan fielded a ball and turned and tired a strike to me for ball #2.
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Thanks Evan!

The Pirates players were wearing pullovers so I wasn’t able to identify all of them.  An unidentified righty hit a home run into section 134.  The ball settled under a bleacher and I scooped it up for ball #3.
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Ball #4 was chased down under the Rotunda.  Again, no clue who hit it.
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My fifth ball was another righty Pirates batter.  I snagged it off of the concrete after it bounced around a bit.  There were a few other gloves reaching for the ball, but I came away with it.
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I decided to head over to right field and center field at 11:30.  It paid off.  I found Ball #6, #7, and #8 there. 
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The Rockies had come out to hit in the meantime.

My ninth ball was glove tricked in left-center field.

I then noticed another ball in foul territory.
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I ran over and glove tricked it for ball #10.

Five minutes later, another ball was there. 

I went back to that area and glove tricked that one too for ball #11
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Ball #12 was tossed to me by Rockies ace pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez.  It helped that I had Rockies gear on and asked for the ball in Spanish.
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After snagging the ball from Jimenez, I noticed two balls in the ivy. I had forgotten my Cleveland stick, so I went to the Janitors closet and got a squeegee and prodded the ball closer to the fence so I could reach it.
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It was in terrible shape.
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<p>The game was rather uneventful.  The Pirates lost 7-1 and played sloppy defense.</p>
<p>Highlights from the game were the introductions, where the players line up on the baselines:<br /><span class=100_8828.JPG
The Pirates side:
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There was a flyover after the National Anthem.
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Here was the view from my seat, where I sat for an inning. 
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It was really crowded in left field, so I went there to read the paper for a bit.

One of the non-baseball highlights was a ‘streaker’ who took to the field in the ninth inning:

He came from the left field stands and made it across the whole field.

Despite the Pirates loss, Opening Day was productive from a ballhawking standpoint.

Here are the balls I snagged today.
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And the sweet spots:
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STATISTICS
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Game:  13 balls (4 hit, 2 thrown, 4 device, 3 found)
Season:  22 balls (8 hit, 4 thrown, 7 device, 3 found)
Games: 3 games
Average:  7.33 balls per game
Career:  1,144 balls
Attendance: 39,219

1-25-11 Winter Caravan, Tarentum PA

The Pirates’ Winter Caravan, which is a series of stops leading up the Piratefest, rolled into Dick’s Sporting Good in Tarentum PA on Tuesday. 
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Andrew McCutchen, Evan Meek and Ross Ohlendorf were the Pirates’ players in this Caravan Group.

We arrived at 6:05 and got into the already lengthy line.
100_6972.JPGThe players sat down around 6:15 and began signing player cards to give away to fans.
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Around 6:25 or so, Pirates color commentator Bob Walk addressed the crowd.  It was rather bush league that he wasn’t even given a microphone.  This Dick’s Sporting Goods was very under prepared.    Last year at the Dick’s Sporting Goods in Washington, the Pirates were welcomed with music and a video board which was dedicated the Pirates behind the players.  This Dick’s couldn’t even provide a mic.

Here’s some of Bob Walk’s speech from my vantage point in line:

After about an hour or so in line, we finally got up to the table.
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Evan Meek:
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Ross Ohlendorf:
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Andrew McCutchen:
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Evan Meek recognized me immediately from ballhawking and asked me how many baseballs I ended the season with and if I had won the ballhawking league.  He brought Ross Ohlendorf into the conversation also.  Ross asked me who the most graceful shagger during BP was.  I told him that he definitely gives the most effort.  Ross goes all out in BP making full out running catches.

I didn’t talk to Andrew McCutchen.  I had him sign a baseball but that was it.  He seemed like he didn’t really want to be there.  If you watch the below video at 39 seconds, you’ll see him blatantly and impatiently rolling his eyes as he waits for a fan to move from Ohlendorf to him.

That was pretty much it.  We each got three balls signed and then headed off into the mall to walk around for a bit.  The highlight of the rest of the night was watching dogs try to figure out a way around their barrier in the pet store:

and playing with a little dog.

We were tempted to get him, but didn’t.

This would be the only stop for me on the Pirates Winter Caravan.  I’ve been kind of out of the loop about stuff going on this winter and actually went to Uniontown to see the Pirates, but went on the WRONG DAY!  So, we drove for about an hour for nothing.  I got confused because I looked at the schedule about a week before.  It was so embarrassing.  It wasn’t a wasted trip though. 

We went to Cucumber Falls in Ohiopyle, one of my favorite parks.
100_6447.JPGThe falls had completely frozen over.
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It was an ice world.

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Of course, much to the dismay of others, I just had to go down to the bottom of the falls, thereby risking falling just to take a couple videos of the falls.

We checked out a couple other parts of the park before calling it a day.

My next baseball related event will be at Piratefest this weekend.  Check back for that.

9-19-10 PNC Park

It was a Sunday day game, and there was no batting practice.  I still went to the game though.  Surprisingly, it would be my best game of the week.

From 11-11:30 on Sundays, fans have to stay on the Riverwalk.  They are not allowed to enter the main seating bowl, even if they are season ticket holders.  While I was waiting near the bullpens, Chan Ho Park got my attention and threw me a ball.  He threw it from center field, so I moved back 20 feet before he threw it to give myself plenty of room to make the catch.
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Park then motioned for me to give it to a little kid, so I did.  He hooked me up with a second ball for me to keep a minute later.  However, it was a little short and bounced off the flag pole base and over my head.

Luckily, few people were in the park at the time, so I chased it down easily here:
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I took 2 rounds on the field with 310-340-360-340-310 dimensions and had one home run – over the 340 sign in left center.

8-5-10 PNC Park

The slumping Colorado Rockies were in town for the first game of a four game series.

They weren’t the only ones slumping.

I managed only one ball for the entire Pirates batting practice, thrown to me by Evan Meek.  Evan, if you’re reading this – you’re the man.
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I had plenty of opportunities, but the ball just wasn’t bouncing my way today.

That would change when the Rockies came out.

Fellow BHL member Zac Weiss alerted me to a ball at the base of the wall, which I glove tricked here:
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STATISTICS:
Game:  8 balls (4 hit, 2 thrown, 2 device)
Season:  387 balls (197 hit, 86 thrown, 46 device, 49 found)
Games: 59 games
Average:  6.56 balls per game
2010 Game Balls: 5
Career:  965 balls
Streak:  155 consecutive games attended with at least 1 ball snagged.
Attendance: 17,131

7-17-10 PNC Park

The day began for me at 4AM.  I had spent the previous week in South Carolina at Myrtle Beach. 

I arrived at PNC Park at 3:45 PM and I was back in action for the first time since July 3rd, exactly two weeks off from ballhawking. 

It was a much needed break.  But I was ready to get back to one of my hobbies.

Upon entering the stadium at 4:30, batting practice had not yet begun.

After 5-10 minutes, it got underway and I snagged a ground rule double from Bobby Crosby, who was hitting in the first group.  The ball barely cleared the wall, as it was a line drive. 
7-17-10 (10).jpgI lined up with the ball and made the snag about three rows back.

Things were really slow during the first two groups, and I had the opportunity to talk to two of the Pirates relievers.
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Things then slowed down to a ridiculously boring pace.  The Astros weren’t hitting many home runs, as they appeared 100% dedicated to taking inside out swings to hit the ball to right field.

Luckily, near the end of batting practice, I snagged a ground rule double off the bat of an unknown Astro.

Also, at the end of batting practice, I got ball #7 thrown by Matt Lindstrom as the Astros were running off the field. 

At the end of batting practice I gave one of my extra balls that I bring from home away to a young fan with a glove who had gotten shut out.

I left right after Batting Practice to go home and get caught up on some sleep.

(PS:  As for Sunday, Nick and I went to the stadium, waited outside for over a half an hour and then left, as there were no signs of cages in sight.  I’ll be back in action on Monday, and Milwaukee’s best ballhawk will be in attendance at the game…)

Here are today’s baseballs:
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STATISTICS:
Game:  7 balls (3 hit, 1 thrown, 1 device, 2 found)
Season:  287 balls (153 hit, 67 thrown, 27 device, 41 found)
Games: 45 games
Average:  6.38 balls per game
2010 Game Balls: 3
Career:  865 balls
Streak:  141 consecutive games attended with at least 1 ball snagged.
Attendance: 36,665

6-17-10 PNC Park

Had a good day today at PNC Park.

Shortly after running into the bleachers and finding zero easter eggs, Garrett Jones hit a ground rule double down the line that landed in the section to my right.  I ran over and claimed ball #1 as it rolled down the stairs after bouncing off a bleacher.
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My second ball was a Ronny Cedeno home run catch.  He hit a towering fly ball that I ran a section and a half to my right and made the clean catch in the third row back.
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As for the game, the outfield was crowded so I didn’t get close on any of the between inning toss ups from the outfielders.

The Pirates would also go on to lose their eleventh game in a row.

Tomorrow should be an interesting day – I’ll be in the park
extra early – details to come.

Today’s baseballs: (10 are pictured because one was given away)
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Sweet spots: (10 are pictured because #804 was given away)
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STATISTICS:
Game:  11 balls (8 hit, 1 thrown, 2 device)
Season:  226 balls (122 hit, 57 thrown, 21 device, 26 found)
Games: 35 games
Average:  6.46 balls per game
2010 Game Balls: 3
Career:  804 balls
Streak:  131 consecutive games attended with at least 1 ball snagged.
Attendance: 23,170

6-16-10 PNC Park : Pedro Alvarez debut

The Pirates #1 prospect finally arrived in the major leagues.  He didn’t hit too many home runs in batting practice, but did hit one that cleared everything and sailed over section 139 in dead center on its way to the river.

As for my day, it got off to a good start.

I found ball #1 laying in the front row in left field when I ran in.

A few minutes later I got ball #2 from assistant pitching coach Ray Searage in left field. 
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He did a no look toss that fell about two rows short to me, but no one else was in the vicinity, so I had to to recover and get the ball.

My third ball of the day was a Lastings Milledge home run caught on the fly in this area:
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This made toss ups difficult, and the closest I came was probably five feet from a McCutchen toss up in the 5th inning, but it didn’t happen.

By the way, here’s video of Pedro’s first major league at bat:

Here are today’s baseballs:
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Sweet spots:
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STATISTICS:
Game:  9 balls (4 hit, 3 thrown, 2 found)
Season:  215 balls (114 hit, 56 thrown, 19 device, 26 found)
Games: 34 games
Average:  6.32 balls per game
2010 Game Balls: 3
Career:  793 balls
Streak:  130 consecutive games attended with at least 1 ball snagged.
Attendance: 15,218

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