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MLB, Angels to break ground on community sports complex

Former Angels stars Chuck Finley and Mark Langston will be on hand as Major League Baseball joins forces with the Angels to break ground on a community sports complex, part of what MLB gives back to cities hosting the All-Star game.

Also on hand will be Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle, who worked hard in cooperation with the Angels to bring the July 13 All-Star game to the city, MLB senior vice president Tim Brosnan and local youth baseball and softball groups.

The All-Star Community Complex event will be held at Pioneer Park in Anaheim. The complex is part of MLB's All-Star Legacy Fund, which helps bring baseball to under-served communities.

-- Debbie Goffa



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