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Submitted by gamerlive 768d ago | news

MLB Hall Of Famers Mike Schmidt And Cal Ripken Jr Talk Tech And Video Games

During the Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Game festivities in Kansas City, Pepsi MAX brought out a pair of Hall of Famers to announce a return to baseball. As part of the MLB Field of Dreams online promotion, Philadelphia Phillies great Mike Schmidt represented the National League (NL) and Baltimore Orioles iron man Cal Ripken, Jr. was on hand for the American League (AL).

Comedian and actor Jay Mohr served as the emcee during the press conference, which occurred at the MLB FanFest just next door to the video game pavilion featuring 2K Sports’ Major League Baseball 2K12 and Sony’s MLB 12: The Show. Mohr explains why he’s no longer allowed to play video games in the video below. (2K Sports, PC, PS3, Sony, Xbox 360)

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