Citi Field in the Flushing, Queens.

Citi Field in the Flushing, Queens. Credit: Getty Images

Citi Field plays host Tuesday to one of the most anticipated sporting events of the summer: baseball’s All-Star Game.

But if you were unable to score tickets for game day, don’t fret. The next two days are chock-full of baseball-related festivities, so you can still get your fill of America’s favorite pastime and spend some time with the heralded players. Here are some of the events scheduled:

T-Mobile All-Star FanFest
9 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday
WHERE Javits Convention Center
WHAT Billed as one of the world’s largest baseball fan gatherings, the event features historic baseball artifacts, MLB seminars and a chance to meet famed players and see the world’s largest baseball.

Gatorade All-Star Workout Day
5:15 p.m. Monday
WHERE Citi Field
WHAT Fans can witness the high-intensity, sweat-filled All-Star pre-Home Run Derby workout.

Chevrolet Home Run Derby
8 p.m. Monday
WHERE Citi Field
WHAT Robinson Cano and David Wright captain two squads of power hitters as they battle to crank out the most home runs. See whether defending Derby champ Prince Fielder of the Detroit Tigers can retain his title and lead the American League squad to victory.

Chevrolet All-Star Red Carpet Show and Parade
12:55 p.m. Tuesday
WHERE Along 42nd Street from Third to Sixth avenues
WHAT Watch as this year’s All-Star players stroll down nearly 80,000 feet of red carpet in shiny new Chevrolet Silverado trucks. Hall of Famer Tom Seaver will serve as grand marshal, and Queens’ Scholar’s Academy marching band will kick off the procession.

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