Saturday, February 01, 2014

My Goodies from the Stadium Series Game

Since I'm currently roaming around Dodger Stadium at FanFest, I though I would schedule this post to come up.  After all, I had forgotten to share these items over the past week, and I figured there was no better time than now to do that.  So, check out some of the goodies and freebies I gathered at last weekends Stadium Series game at Dodger Stadium. 

At the very top, is the Stadium Series ticket, and it is absolutely glorious looking.  I know you can't tell from the photo, but it shines something wonderful.  And it should, considering the astronomical price I paid to sit on the Top Deck.  Jeez!

I also had a chance to roam around the pregame festival in the parking lot, and grabbed a couple of promotional cards created by Panini America.  Check them out below.

The top card is of star Kings centerman and Slovenian Olympian Anze Kopitar.  Below is future Hall of Famer Teemu Selanne.  As you can see, the Stadium Series logo is situated at the top left of each card.

Panini America also gave away a sticker sheet featuring Kings and Ducks players, and a 2013-14 NHL Sticker Album.

Unfortunately, I didn't pick anything else up except my very first two Dodger Dogs of the year, a Dodger plastic helmet filled with fries at the game, and a healthy load of beer before they sold out.  Don't worry.  It was light beer and my tears, as a result of the Kings play, quickly sobered me up.

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Blog Kiosk: 2/1/2014 - Dodgers Links - Guerrero's in Town, the Bromance Continues and Yesterday's Community Caravan

Say hello to Alexander Guerrero.  He was a part of the Dodgers Community Caravan yesterday.  Pic via @Dodgers on twitter.As you can see, Guerrero will be wearing #7.  Other Dodgers to wear this number include Steve Yeager, James Loney, Alfredo Griffin and Hall of Famer Joe Medwick.
  • Via Ken Gurnick at, "Guerrero brings even keel, dedication to Dodgers".   On switching to 2nd base:
"The positioning, the ball off the bat, the movement -- it's all reversed," Guerrero said Friday while participating in the club's annual community caravan with Puig and 16 other Dodgers. "But anybody that plays shortstop can play any position in the infield."

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