Citi Field hosts new stars, old-timers
All-Star and Mets Ambassador John Franco also participated in the softball game on Sunday.
Team USA poses prior to the annual Futures Game, which features up and coming minor league stars born in the United States against those from the rest of the world.
Mets fans voted prospect Brandon Nimmo, left, into this year’s Futures game. Noah Syndergaard, right, who came to New York as part of the R.A. Dickey trade in the offseason was Team U.S.A.’s starting pitcher in Sunday’s game.
All-Star and World Champion Ozzie Smith participated in this year’s All-Star Legends and Celebrity softball game that took place on Sunday after the Futures game.
In his third consecutive year as an All-Star, Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen joined the Radio City Rockettes for a photo.
At 37 years old, nine-time Gold Glove winner Torri Hunter participated in his fifth All-Star week and took batting practice on Monday at Citi Field.
Former Met and current Cardinal Carlos Beltran spoke to reporters on Monday at Citi Field.
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