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MLB, Angels to break ground on community sports complex

March 15, 2010 |  9:15 pm

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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