Would you ever knock on someone's door and ask for an autograph? I was in Las Vegas this past week for my nephew's high school graduation. He went to Las Vegas High School, the same school that Bryce Harper, this years #1 Draft Pick attended before dropping out after his sophomore year so that he could get his GED and enter the MLB draft 2 years early. My brother's family know the Harper family a little bit, but apparently they aren't comfortable getting his autograph, because the last time they were down visiting I gave them a baseball and Beckett to try to get signed, but they haven't. While in Vegas, we were headed back to my brother's house and I asked my nephews to show me where Bryce Harper lived, so we drove by his house. My nephews and wife wanted me to walk up and knock on the door and ask for his autograph right then and there. I thought that would be a bit stalker-ish, so I said no. We went back to my brothers house and I convinced my nephew to call the Harpers and see if Bryce was there and ask if we could come over to get an autograph. He called, but no one answered. We had to leave early the next morning, so alas I still do not have a Bryce Harper autograph.
Have you ever knocked on someones door and asked for an autograph? Would you if you had the opportunity?