I struck out in regards to current players, but I did get a couple of autographs from some Dodger greats. Don Newcombe, the only player in Major League baseball to have won the Rookie of the Year award (1949), Cy Young award (1956), and Most Valuable Player award (1956), rolled up in a golf cart and signed for a good 20 minutes. I was about the 5th person in line and got him to sign a ball which I think turned out great! Thanks Mr. Newcombe!
Mr. Tom Lasorda had a table set up where he signed autographs for everyone who wanted one. To be honest, he wasn't very nice about it though. He was rushing people through the line and making snide comments about everthing and everyone. I got him to sign the postcard below. I had written to the Dodgers back in the early 90's and they sent back a couple Tommy Lasorda postcards. I happened to come across them the other day and so that's what I took with me.
So I was a little disappointed that I wasn't able to get Kershaw, Kemp, or Looney, all of whom signed for a few people, but I wasn't able to get. Mattingly didn't sign at all today and Ethier wasn't even there. I could have gotten autographs from others like Rick Honeycutt, Ivan De Jesus, Jamey Carroll, and Jonathan Broxton, but I didn't have anything for them to sign. Next time I'll have to be more prepared.