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Taco Bell All-Star Sunday
Featuring the All-Star Futures Game & Taco Bell All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game

All-Star Sunday Taco Bell All-Star Sunday, July 8, promises to serve as a lively setup to the confrontation between the National and American leagues two days later at San Francisco's AT&T Park. The XM Radio All-Star Futures Game, featuring many of the game's brightest Minor League prospects, will take place that day, along with the ever-popular Legends and Celebrity softball game.

Tickets are in the View Reserved section for $45 each.
Tickets for All-Star Sunday go on sale Saturday, March 3 at 10 a.m. PT.

Tickets are now on sale!

The Futures Game steadily has grown into a prominent date on baseball's annual calendar. Launched in 1999, the seven-inning affair has become a stepping stone to Major League stardom for many players, including Cincinnati's Adam Dunn, Cleveland's C.C. Sabathia, San Francisco's Barry Zito, Milwaukee's Prince Fielder, Boston's Josh Beckett, Minnesota's Francisco Liriano, Toronto's B.J. Ryan and the Chicago Cubs' Aramis Ramirez and Alfonso Soriano. Alex Gordon, projected to be the Next Big Thing for the Kansas City Royals at third base, played in the Futures Game just last year in Pittsburgh.

Possible participants in this year's game, which will pit American-born stars against those of other countries, include outfielders Justin Upton (Arizona), Jay Bruce (Cincinnati) and Andrew McCutchen (Pittsburgh); infielders Elvis Andrus (Atlanta), Sean Rodriguez (Los Angeles Angels) and Evan Longoria and Reid Brignac (both Tampa Bay); pitchers Scott Elbert (Los Angeles Dodgers), Andrew Miller (Cleveland), Chris Volstad (Florida), Donnie Veal (Chicago Cubs), Jose Arredondo (Angels) and Carlos Carrasco (Philadelphia); and catchers Jarrod Saltalamacchia (Atlanta) and Jeff Clement (Seattle).