All-Star Week events

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All-Star FanFest

Tomorrow-Tuesday at Jacob Javits Convention Center. Tickets are $35 for adults, and $30 for kids, seniors, college students and military.

Highlights include:

Q&A with MLB legends and Hall of Famers in the All-Star Clubhouse

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See what it's like to watch a game from the dugout

Get autographs from Dwight Gooden, Darrel Strawberry, Ozzie Smith and many others.

Mascot and fan Home Run Derby

Buy, sell and trade memorabilia in Collector's Showcase

 

All-Star 5K & Fun Run benefiting Sandy Relief

Saturday beginning 8 a.m. at Brooklyn's Prospect Park. Registration is $35 for adults and $30 for those 17 and under. Runners can register or create their own fundraising team at allstargame.com/run.

Charity 5k will include Frank Robinson, Tony La Russa, Dwight Gooden, and members of the '86 and '69 Mets.

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There will be a 1.5 mile Fun Run immediately following the 5k race.

 

All-Star Charity Concert Benefiting Sandy Relief

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Saturday, 7:30 p.m. at The Great Lawn at Central Park

Free concert featuring guest Mariah Carey and New York Philharmonic. Joe Torre also will be there. No tickets remain.

 

Futures Game

Sunday, 2 p.m. at Citi Field

Highly touted prospects go head-to-head as Mookie Wilson's U.S. Team takes on Edgardo Alfonzo's World Team.

 

Legends and Celebrity Softball Game

Sunday at Citi Field, immediately following Futures Game

Former players and current celebrities, including Mike Piazza, Bernie Williams, Chris Rock and the reigning Miss America, square off in a slow pitch softball game.

 

Home Run Derby

Monday, 8 p.m. at Citi Field

David Wright, Robinson Cano and others duke it out for the Home Run Derby crown.

 

Red Carpet Show

Tuesday, 1 p.m. beginning at Bryant Park on Sixth Avenue and ending between Second and Third Avenues.

All-Stars walk the long red carpet before a pregame parade.

 

All-Star Game

Tuesday, 8 p.m. at Citi Field

AL All-Stars take on NL All-Stars for a chance at home-field advantage in this year's World Series.

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