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Spring Training - Mesa Arizona - March 2010

Spring Training on the cheap

Hyatt Mesa

Entrance to Hohokam Park

Where Cub Dreams go to Die!

"Have your pencils and scorecards ready,
Here's the line up for today's game"

Cub Souvenir Shop
(Not Maxwell Street, more like Rodeo Drive!)

The Original Heller kids

Pete Lacock and Willie Wilson
Signing Autographs

Bert Campanaris

George Foster of the the Big Red Machine

Autographed Bats

Jerry and Rollie Fingers

Rich and Bill Buckner

Seats on the 3rd base line

Carlos Zambrano

Will the base runner steal on Carlos?

At the minor league complex

Sure is a lot of standing around

Starlin Castro Cubs rookie Phenom
waiting to take his turn in the batting cage

Coaches keep batting cage from floating away

Remember Bobby Scales
Older rookie who had a cup of coffee in the bigs

Ryne Sandburg, manager of the AAA Iowa Cubs

Ryno with the rest of his coaches

All four fields at Fitch Park

Marlin Byrd on 1st base

We're a bit further down the line on Saturday

Kids running the bases after the game

Hohokam Park

Looking at the press box and suites at Hohokam

We're having a buffet at the Patio at Hohokam

Cub radio announcer Pat Hughes and Cub outfielder Sam Fuld

Taking Q&A from the buffet crowd

Cubs rookie phenom Starlin Castro joins the group

Cubs interpreter explains Starlin's comments

Part of the Cubs Buffet crowd

Starlin, Sam and Pat sign autographs

So you wondered whatever happened to Sosa?

Look closely, that's Carlos Zambrano
playing with the minor leaguers on Sunday morning
He hit a double before he sat down.

That's Starlin Castro batting in the game

Peoria Sports complex from the berm

Ichiro Suzuki batting against Dempster

Attendance record for the 2nd straight day

Ken Griffey

AARP Security staff guarding against intruders after the game

We finally saw a Cubs Win!
The Cubs scored all of five runs in three days!


To April 2010

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