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 Triple-A Baseball: Fan/Player Interaction  

Fundamental to the Triple-A Baseball experience is the fans' accessibility to the players. At almost every game you will see players signing autographs for fans of all ages - sometimes part of a sponsored activity, sometimes more informal. Players often excite fans by wandering over to the grandstand following their pre-game routines. Seeing the players up close gives fans memories they'll have for a lifetime... as well as treasured, autographed collectibles. Many clubs even conduct instructional clinics or camps. During these sessions, young ballplayers get a chance to interact with professionals and learn pitching, batting, and fielding skills. Youth players sometimes get the opportunity to stand with their heroes during player introductions or the National Anthem. The intimacy of Triple-A parks and accessibility of the players seperates Triple-A Baseball from all the rest.