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Frankenstein’s Angel: Piecing Together the Ultimate Anaheim All-Star

The 13th of July holds no significance to the residents of Anaheim. At least not yet. But when that date rolls around in 2010, the O.C. Will play host to its first Major League Baseball All-Star game in over 20 years. In May of last year, Commissioner Bud Selig officially declared the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to be the host team for the 2010 All-Star Game. Finally, the mid-summer classic comes back to Orange County. In fact, in the 48-year history of the Angels, the organization has only played host twice before. Bo Jackson highlighted the last All-Star game in Anaheim in 1989 with a tape-measure blast in the first inning. Before that, the 1967 classic made history when the National League came away with the big “W” at the “Big A” in a 15-inning affair. It was the long...

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