Lee Lacy was just on time to the signing, but we had to wait until Fernado showed up in order to start. Fernando arrived about 20 minutes later and exchanged greetings with Lacy. I was second in line for Lacy, as there were only two other kids in the line. I had Lee sign my baseball on the side right next to Al Ferrara's signature.
I walked over to right field for Tommy Davis and was surprised to see that he had no line. There was only one guy getting an autograph from him at the time I arrived. The reason I am saying this is because Tommy Davis is a true Dodger legend. He might not have Hall of Fame numbers, but did enough to help the Dodgers win two titles. He was a two time batting champion and at one time had more than 150 RBIs. Tommy Davis signed my photo and took the time like Lou to take a picture of me, capping off my day of signing.