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MLB All-Star FanFest Opens at Anaheim Convention Center

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With the All-Star Game being played in Anaheim on Tuesday, let the festivities begin. The MLB All-Star FanFest, slated as the world’s largest interactive fan fest, opened today and will run through Tuesday, July 13 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

The event will feature more than 40 attractions and exhibits including a life-sized video batting and pitching cages, an exhibit on the Negro Leagues and a travelling version of the National Hall of Fame and Museum.

Autograph sessions will also be held by Rollie Fingers, Chuck Finley, Maury Wills, Tim Salmon, Jim Fregosi, Steve Garvey and Fan Fest Spokesperson Rod Carew.

Tickets are available at Adults get in for $30 while children 12 and under, seniors 65 and older, college students and the military get in for $25. There are also group discounts available.