CPS employees can take advantage of discounted tickets from Major League Baseball for the T-Mobile All-Star FanFest at the Duke Energy Convention Center July 10-14.
Speaking of baseball, the Western Hills / Dater High Schools’ marching band was a hit at the Reds Opening Day Parade.
Through MLB’s website, FanFest tickets cost $12 — good on any of the five days. That’s a savings of 50 percent off regular ticket prices. To get this discounted offer, purchase tickets here.
The T-Mobile All-Star FanFest is an interactive baseball event offering fans opportunities to meet MLB legends, obtain free autographs and have photos taken with the World’s Largest Baseball signed by such baseball greats as Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Yogi Berra and Willie Mays.
Fans also can participate in baseball training drills, test out batting skills in the All-Star batting cages, and view memorabilia and artifacts from Cincinnati Reds’ history and a collection of official MLB awards and trophies. There will be daily giveaways, and fans may purchase official 2015 MLB All-Star Game souvenirs.