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Speaking of which...




This stop is right by my office. I outta buy me some balls this weekend.

Where exactly is that?

Northpoint Pkwy is right off 45th Street, just west of I-95.


There's two other stops in PBC; all in the same day. Check the link I added to my first post. The Lake Worth one might be closer to you.

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that Comcast Center is not too far away from me, but i'll be working though.


Hopefully if everything sticks to plan, I'll still be going to Fan Fest.


Speaking of FanFest... We just got our VIP passes this week. And the letter says we can get some more at the event for others that "may be interested in obtaining season tickets" for this coming season. This is the first time in many years we have actually recieved the passes BEFORE FanFest. We have been having to pay for parking and pick them up there. I know it's only $5 but it's the spirit of the thing. The feeling towards season ticket holders is very different this year. About time.

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Marlins' caravan to make area stops

Special to the Palm Beach Post


Sunday, February 04, 2007


Marlins players and executives are scheduled to make four appearances in Palm Beach County on Tuesday as part of the team's annual pre-season promotional caravan.


Three appearances are open to the public: Comcast Call Center in West Palm Beach from 1-2 p.m., the BankUnited branch at 5764 Jog Road in Lake Worth from 3-4 p.m. and at JJ Mugs restaurant next to Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter from 6:30-8 p.m.


A fourth stop is not open to the public - a private appearance with the West Boynton Beach Little League from 5-6 p.m.


Team officials were not certain Friday which players and executives would appear in Palm Beach County.


The caravan starts Monday in Miami and concludes Saturday with FanFest at Dolphin Stadium from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


FanFest will include autograph and photograph sessions, interactive games, tours of the clubhouse and press box and an annual Town Hall meeting.


It's also the first chance to purchase individual game tickets, which also will go on sale at www.floridamarlins.com that morning.


FanFest admission is free, but parking is $5. You will get a $5 parking voucher which can be used for $5 off an individual game ticket. If you don't use it on a ticket purchase, the $5 will be donated to the Florida Marlins Community Foundation.



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From the Comcast Call Center in West Palm Beach, just a little while ago:



"Every day I get in the queue... to get on the bus that takes me to you..."



Billy is the first one out, and boy is he glad to see me...



And there they are... the Players!



JJ, Eric, Logan, Dino, Jerms...



Ready for action!















"Dude, where's the friggin' bathroom??"



The new patch, in all its tangerine glory.


By the way -- this is the card they give out to have autographed:


So, if you're picky about what to get signed, you better bring your own.



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