Wednesday, March 26, 2014

When it comes to the Spring Training Fanfests, there are numerous highlights to the event. To limit it to just one does not do the weekend enough justice. Not only did we get to meet two starting Major League players (Kole Calhoun and Hector Santiago), three of the top prospects in the system (Taylor Lindsey, Mike Morin, and Mark Sappington), the Angels GM Jerry Dipoto, the Angels media (Mike DiGiovanna, Jeff Fletcher, Jose Mota and Terry Smith), and a great Angels fan and comedian Sarah Colonna. How can we top all of that?

Easy. The Spring Training Fanfest weekend isn’t over until Sunday morning when Tim Mead, the Angels Vice President of Communications climbs on top of the dugout prior to batting practice and takes questions from the fans.

Like Jerry Dipoto, Tim Mead answers all the questions, ranging from the stadium lease negotiations to playing Buttercup to what’s happening in the clubhouse. However, as one of the longest serving members of the Angels front office, Tim has a historical perspective that make his insights even more relevant to fans. When Tim talks about the presence that Don Baylor brings, he does so having known Don as a player and again as a coach with the team.

If there is one video that you watch about the Angels and the upcoming 2014 season, make sure it is this one. The information shared and the stories told make it a must watch. 

So relax, pull up a chair and enjoy the next hour of Tim Mead talking with fans. You will be glad you did.

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