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MLB All-Star FanFest begins Friday at the Javits Center. Hall of Famers and past Mets stars will be on hand throughout the weekend for the festivities.

Along with meeting the stars, fans of all ages can enjoy baseball clinics and interactive activities, to name a few of the fun things to do.

Schedule of MLB All-Star Festivities

Friday, July 12 - Tuesday, July 16
All -Star FanFest at Javits Center.
Saturday, July 13
All-Star 5K & Fun Run at Prospect Park
          All Star-Charity Concert at Central Park 
Sunday, July 14
Taco Bell All-Star Sunday at Citi Field
          Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game
Monday, July 15
Gatorade All-Star Workout Day at Citi Field
          Home Run Derby
Tuesday, July 16
84th MLB All-Star Game at Citi Field
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