See Part One for the backstory, and our experience sitting behind Wannabe Scout Guy.
Getting Signatures with help from Bob. Bob is a long-time Clearwater resident who has been a security guard at Bright House Field for ten years. On our first day, I explained to Bob that, being somewhat of a nerd, I was less interested in signatures from the players, and more interested in one from Phils' radio color-guy Larry Andersen. Bob suggested that would be a little boring, and that I should shoot for the entire team broadcast corps. He told me where to look, where to wait, and I waited. First up was Chris Wheeler, who shook my hand and asked where I was from. In hearing, "Alaska," he shivered, and commented that the 51 degrees at gametime must seem like a summer day, which, of course, it did. Over the next four days, I saw Wheels four times, and each time, he pointed at me, and said something to the effect of, "at least we're not in Alaska!" I'm suddenly filled with love for that man. He must have interacted with hundreds of people, many of whom wearing the same red cap I did, yet he recognized me on sight each time.