Game 6 Southern Maryland Blue Crabs at Ducks

Game 6 was today. This was the 3rd and final game of a 3 game series between the Crabs and the Ducks. Today's game was the only one of the series I was able to attend.
This past Friday the Ducks signed 10 year Major League veteran and 2003 NL Cy Young Award winner Eric Gagne.
Gagne was a 30th rd pick by the White Sox in 1994. But, did not sign.
He was then drafted by the Dodgers the following year.  Eric pitched 8 of his 10 seasons were spent with the Dodgers. He split the 2007 season between the Rangers and Red Sox and his final major league season was in 2008 pitching for the Brewers. Eric did not pitch between the 2011 and 2014 seasons and spent the 2015 and 2016 season pitching in the Can-Am League before signing with the Ducks.
With it being Sunday. The Ducks had a pre-game autograph session. Gagne was the main feature of the day. Typically the players sit in front of the dugout. But, with the expected long line for Gagne they set up a chair further down the line like they do for Buddy Harrelson.
Today the Ducks imposed a 1 autograph per player rule. Something they have never done in the past.
I had Gagne sign a 2003 All-Star Ball that I've had sitting around

I also got the following Ducks on my own 8x10's
Billy Horn, Currently the Ducks Pitching Coach
Elmer Reyes
Tyler Levine, Local Long Island Product
Jim Fuller, Former Met Prospect
Zac Treece
Marc Krauss

Will add Dominic Blanco and Matt Larkins later.  Larkins started todays game and was in the bullpen during the session

On the Crabs side I got the following:
Danny Muno, 2 cards. Danny was a 26th rd pick in 2010 by the Mets and played in 15 games during the Majors in 2015
Cory Vaughn, 4 cards. Former Mets OF prospect and son of former Major Leaguer Greg Vaughn
Gary Brown, 2 cards. Gary was a 1st rd pick, 24th overall in 2010 by the Giants. Played in 7 games in 2014 with the Giants

Today's 15 autographs brings my season total to 85 autographs

Next game will be 1 of the 3 games that have the York Revolution coming to town starting tomorrow night. 
Then this weekend should be a big weekend. I'm going to back to Lakewood to see the Mets affiliate the Columbia Fireflies. Tim Tebow plays for the Fireflies