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Tips for autograph seekers visiting Royals spring training in Surprise

Kansas City Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie autographed a bat for singer David Cook as guitarist Daniel Damico looks on after Cook and Damico took some batting practice with Guthrie after Sunday's spring training workout for the Royals on February 22, 2015 in Surprise, Ariz.
Kansas City Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie autographed a bat for singer David Cook as guitarist Daniel Damico looks on after Cook and Damico took some batting practice with Guthrie after Sunday's spring training workout for the Royals on February 22, 2015 in Surprise, Ariz. The Kansas City Star

If you’re at Kansas City Royals spring training in Surprise, Ariz., here are some tips to get autographs.

The Royals’ complex is open to visitors during the team’s morning workouts, and that continues after exhibition games begin March 4 (the games are in the afternoon).

The players generally take the field at 10 a.m. They work out for about an hour or so, then leave the field. That’s when it’s best to approach for autographs.

Wait until they’ve finished working out, then politely approach with your pen and item to be signed.

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