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Updated: 05/27/2014 06:43:16AM

Rhapsody in blue

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Kids flock for the chance to get AL Rookie of the Year Wil Myers's autograph after batting practice

PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA

Christy Feinberg takes a break from adulthood to play on the awesome playground located near the south end of the park for kids (big and small) to enjoy.

PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA

Fans line the right field fence in search of autographs. The location is the prime spot for player's to sign, because it is between the dugout and the lockerroom.

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Spring training game attendees get the chance to get to meet some baseball greats! Like Brandon Knetch who is getting Cal Ripkin Jr's autograph during the 5th inning of the Rays game against the Pirates.

PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA

Ryan Hanigan visits with "fanigans" Lisa Bemmes (left) and Jessica Deemer (right) who came down from Ohio to watch Ryan start at catcher.

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Spring training employees ring up and serve hungry fans at every game. There is a wide variety of food to enjoy at Charlotte Sports Park. Items range from hot dogs and sandwiches to mac-and-cheese.

PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA
Ryan Hanigan signs "fanigan" Lisa Bemmes jersey. Lisa came down from Ohio to watch Ryan start at catcher.

PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA
Kids flock for the chance to get AL Rookie of the Year Wil Myers's autograph after batting practice

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Some sounds only belong in a ball park. The thump of a cowhide searing into a leather catcher’s mitt.

The pop of that same ball ricocheting off a wood bat.

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