Dodgers reliever Javy Guerra made an appearance at Video & Audio Center in Santa Monica on Saturday. He was scheduled to meet fans and sign autographs from Noon to 1pm.
I was looking forward to this event. Javy's hot right now as the Dodgers current Closer, going 8 for 8 in save opportunities and sporting a solid 1.85 era. I wasn't expecting a large crowd though because Matt Kemp and Tony Gwynn Jr. were signing at the same time over at Frank & Sons. I was right about that. When I arrived, there about 25 people in line, and when Javy started signing, there were only about fifty people there.
Guerra arrived on time, and he started signing right away. He was signing everything that was put in front of him, so I went with a ball and an 8x10. He was also very friendly, chit-chatting with everyone and taking pictures. I had a chance to get back in line, but I figured two autos was plenty.
I had a great time at the event. Thanks to Video & Audio Center and Javy Guerra.
DB - the autos look nice! I'm sure it was cool to go to a signing that had a small managable crowd after the Kershaw experienceReplyDelete
True - Oh my god, yes! It was calm and controlled. I wish all player appearances were like that.ReplyDelete
I missed out on this one. I could not find any 8x10 of him. That was the reason I didnt go. Where did you get yours? -AlexReplyDelete
Alex - I bought it off of a friend, but he got the pic from Google pics and printed it out at Costco. Somebody was selling 8x10's there for $7.00ReplyDelete
Javy has a nice, if not very legible signatureReplyDelete
Ryan - I agree. We were all saying the same thing that day. My friend Alex got an 8x10 signed in silver Deco. It came out real nice.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the info.ReplyDelete