Meet the legends and hall-of-famers at
the Convention Center (July 8 to 11) for
the world’s largest interactive baseball
experience: 40 attractions, 100 players
in attendance, free autographs, baseball
clinics, Q&A sessions and more.
111 W. Harbor Drive, Marina District
SOUL POSE MLB
Stretch before “the stretch” at this
60-minute outdoor yoga party at
Waterfront Park on July 9 that incorporates music, body paint and bubbles.
1600 Pacific Hwy., Little Italy
See the top Minor League prospects
along with players from around the
world at this exhibition game on July 10.
THE COLOR RUN MLB
During the “Happiest 5K on the Plan-
et,” runners and walkers are doused
with four different colored powders
on July 10 along an All-Star-themed
course that traverses downtown. Meet
MLB players, mascots and special
guests along the way.
ALL-STAR LEGENDS &
CELEBRITY SOFTBALL GAME
Hollywood celebrities hit the field in
a friendly competition with some of
the game’s greatest players on July 10.
Snoop Dogg and Jimmy Kimmel participated in past years, so stay tuned to
see who’s up at bat this year.
Watch a batting practice and the
Home Run Derby on July 11, when
players compete in an all-out
home run hitting contest.
TONY GWYNN MUSEUM
AleSmith Brewing Company has a new
free Tony Gwynn Museum inside their
brewery, commemorating the life and
career of San Diego’s most beloved
Major League player, known locally as
MLB All-Star Game
Get ready, baseball fans—the best “Boys of Summer” are descending upon America’s Finest
City. For only the third time in 87 years, San Diego is hosting the Midsummer Classic, which
brings together the top players in the American and National leagues. A week’s worth of fun-filled
activities are happening around Petco Park, leading up to the big game on July 12.
This local craft beer company
brews beer and bakes up
fresh pizzas on-site. Try
the Swami’s IPA, and the
artichoke and garlic pizza,
exclusive to Petco Park.
The Broham pulled pork
sandwich is a ballpark
This deli has a cult following
for its marinated tri-tip,
These burgers topped with a
bacon patty are legendary. Try
the Guido Burger with
pastrami and grilled onions,
which was dedicated to its
biggest fan, Guy Fieri.
You can’t visit San Diego
without having fish tacos; it’s
the essence of Baja California.
Rimel’s grills mahimahi over
oak and serves it with green
salsa and cabbage.
Former Padres pitcher and
all-time saves leader Trevor
Hoffman shares his favorite
foods served at Petco Park.
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