Thursday, July 12, 2012

All Star Highlights

Sorry about that JT.
Here, you can share my view:















As well as some more selected highlights from the All Star festivities:



HOF display at Fan Fest


with the 2012 World Series Trophy


Royals' Tradition


Mascots Team Photo
Dressed and ready to go at Arrowhead


Inside the Royals' offices


Buster Posey w/ Lou Seal


AL BP


AL Workout Day


Harold Reynolds w/ Strasburg and Gio


Starlin


Royals' Cy Youngs


#5


No. 3,000 Bat and Ball


Frank White's Gold Gloves


Joey Bats needs some reinforcement


My view of the HR Derby from the Dugout Suites


Big Mac


The HR Derby Racers


video
Prince Fielder goes yard in the HR Derby
(from the Royals' bullpen)



with Eric Stonestreet ("Cam" from Modern Family)



with Chord Overstreet ("Sam" from Glee)


Baxter at Fan Fest


He's not the best bunter


He's good with donations, though


Monster Bax


ASG Crown Ball


Slugger on the Red Carpet


My view of the Red Carpet


Looking back at the Interlocken (players' hotel)


Excited Fans


D. Baxter on the Red Carpet
(follow him @DbacksBaxter on Twitter)


Pregame Meal


Seconds



with Derrick Hall, Dbacks President


Luke Bryan pregame concert


ASG 2012


Old Glory




Home Plate View


Aroldis lighting it up!


The man who made it all possible


View from the seats at night


MVP Melky


The MVP Presentation




Oh - and how could I forget?

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with George Brett


Mission Accomplished!
My life is now complete.


PS - still waiting on a few slacker First Half All-Star MVPs. 
Post them to the League website.
The season resumes mañana!






6 comments:

  1. AWESOME!!! Did George Brett sign the ball you have been saving for decades?

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  2. No signed ball. But shaking his hand, introducing myself, and snapping a pic with him was an incredible honor. Cloud Nine, baby!

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  3. These pictures have been highly anticipated, and i must say they do not disappoint. I was not expecting the george brett photo at the end, very cool.

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  4. Definitely rubbing elbows with the upper-crust of baseball! What a marvelous experience :-)

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