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Monday, July 9, 2007

Amazing Time at the 2007 All-Star Sunday Event at AT&T Park

I was one of the fortunate people that was able to attend the 2007 All-Star Sunday Major League Prospects, plus the Legends and Celebrity Softball game at AT&T Park (a.k.a. Pac Bell and SBC Park) on Sunday, July 8, 2007.

My ticket was in the "Dugout Club" section located in the area behind home plate (section 115) and I was sitting in the second row, and I know that I was on national television on ESPN several times. If you don't believe me, take a look at this video clip:

Now sure, my tickets cost me a whopping $125, but the nice padded (yes, I said it, PADDED) seats were totally worth the price. I was able to get three photo sessions with various mascots like Lou Seal, and plenty of photographs of celebrities at their best (and sometimes doing odd things).
Comedian Dane CookMayor Gavin Newsom

I must say, the price I paid for the seat was totally worth it. I did not pay anything extra to some Stubhub or scalper guy, I paid directly through the Giants ticketing website the day before the event and scored!

The celebrity all-star softball game is tonight (Monday) at 8PM west coast time on ESPN, after the live Home Run Derby.

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