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2005 All-Star FanFest

All-Star Game
All-Star Game All-Star Game
76th annual All-Star Game
All-Star Game MVP Miguel Tejada got the offense started with a homer, got the defense started with a Gold Glove-caliber play and helped power the American League to a 7-5 win over the National League in the 76th Midsummer Classic on Tuesday night before 41,617 in Comerica Park. The victory extended the AL's unbeaten streak to nine games.
All-Star Game highlights
• 76th annual All-Star Game 
• Tejada's puts AL up with solo HR in second 
• Ichiro's clutch single extends AL's lead 
• Andruw Jones' long ball breaks shutout 
• Teixeira's blast from the right side 
Miguel Tejada rounds the bases after his solo homer in the second inning at the All-Star Game in Detroit. Ichiro Suzuki batting the All-Star Game
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Home Run Derby
Home Run Derby Bobby Abreu holds up the Home Run Derby trophy.
Abreu's record-setting Home Run Derby
The fireworks started early in the 20th annual CENTURY 21 Home Run Derby. Venezuela's Bobby Abreu set a Derby record for most home runs in a single round (24) in the first round. He went on to set the overall record (41) and beat hometown favorite Ivan Rodriguez.
Home Run Derby highlights
• The 2005 CENTURY 21 Home Run Derby 
• Abreu on winning 
• Abreu's 517-foot blast 
• Abreu's 24th HR 
Venezuela's Bobby Abreu holds his country's flag as he celebrates after his Derby win. Bobby Abreu
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All-Star Monday
World Baseball ClassicWorld Baseball Classic press conference 
Press conference unveiling the plans for the inaugural tournament, which will open on March 3, 2006.
Terry FranconaAll-Star managers reveal their lineups 
Terry Francona and Tony La Russa unveiled their starting lineups Monday.
American LeagueAL press conference 
Players from the American League All-Star team address the media.
National LeagueNL press conference 
Players from the National League All-Star team address the media.
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All-Star Sunday
 Futures
XM Satellite Radio All-Star Futures Game
Justin Huber hit a two-run double and earned MVP honors as the World Team topped its U.S. counterparts, 4-0, in Sunday's XM Satellite Radio Futures Game in Detroit. Shin-Soo Choo homered, while nine World pitchers combined on a four-hitter.
XM Satellite All-Star Futures Game
• All-Star Futures Game 
• The 2005 All-Star Futures Game Pre-game Show 
• U.S. skipper George Brett's pre-game comments 
• Devil Rays prospect Delmon Young interviewed 
• USA's Justin Verlander on pitching in Comerica 
Dodger prospects Andy LaRoche and Russ Martin show off the Futures Game jerseys. Futures Game
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All-Star FanFest
John Hancock All-Star FanFest Comerica Park
All-Star FanFest
For five days, Detroit's Cobo Center is a baseball fan's paradise as it hosts the annual All-Star FanFest.
FanFest highlights
• Mark Webb on Major League Experience 
• HOF's Tim Weils on performance of 'Casey at the Bat' 
Comerica
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Leading up to All-Star Weekend
All-Star Game logo David Ortiz
2005 All-Star Game selections
The fans have voted and the selections for the 2005 All-Star Game in Detroit have been revealed. Six first-time starters will be taking the field at Comerica Park for the American League. They will be opposed by a National League squad that includes six Cardinals, three of whom were voted in as starters. Scott Podsednik and Roy Oswalt made it through the All-Star Final Vote.
Reactions
• MLB Radio All-Star Game Selection Show 
• Brad Lidge on being named to the NL squad 
• Brandon Webb on being in Final Vote 
• Cards GM Walt Jocketty on their six All-Stars 
• Gonzo on returning to the All-Star Game 
Brad Lidge Brandon Webb
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