What can I say, the 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game weekend was quite memorable. I got kissed by two Australian beauties, the 2010 Major League Baseball FanFest was amazing, this was quite possibly one of the most enjoyable few days in my lifetime.
Let me first start off with the 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game I’m not going to discuss it too much because I believe it is an exhibition game, as such it should be enjoyed rather than analyzed. The National League defeated the American League for the first time since 1996, with a score of 3-1. I honestly thought the American League was going to make a comeback, but it was not to be. Oh well, the American League will just have to start another winning streak, 20 games maybe?
The 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star FanFest was held at The Anaheim Convention Center it was simply spectacular, it left me addicted and wanting more; so much so that I am seriously considering attending next year’s FanFest in Phoenix Arizona. FanFest gave me a greater appreciation for the game, and it also gave me a deeper understanding about what the great game of baseball is all about. It was my honor and privilege to be able to attend.
While at the event a good friend of mine who is also an Angels’ fan, and I, had the opportunity to call what is perhaps the greatest moment in Angels’ history the final play of game seven in the 2002 World Series. I was charged with a play by play duties and my friend provided excellent color commentary, it was extremely fun.
This was the second greatest event in the history of Angels baseball next to winning the World Series, there was no such thing as FanFest in 1989 and 1967 this event has broadened a baseball fans’ experience and intensified our enjoyment. I hope that we are lucky enough to host yet another All-Star Celebration in my lifetime. These past few days have been mind blowing for both the Angels’ franchise and their fans. Oh, and receiving kisses from extremely gorgeous Australian young ladies wasn’t too bad either.