Posted on 07. Mar, 2009 by in General Baseball.



Although Major League and Minor League Spring Training camps are two different items, players from each have plenty of time to hang or mingle with each other.  Their drills and games are totally separate, but they do share many areas like the weight room, batting cages, back fields, and the picnic table area pictured above.

Located between the weight room and the batting cages, just feet from both clubhouses, is a cement area filled with wooden picnic tables for players to hang out.  Some players choose to eat or talk on their cell phones, but the picnic table area is also a good place for players from all levels to hang out, talk baseball, or catch up with friends that they have not seen in the offseason.

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