Alex Bregman was starstruck meeting Miley Cyrus after winning the World Series
On top of being an exceptionally cool game featuring the best baseballing talent in the world, the All-Star Game also represents the ultimate assembly of the biggest names in the baseball world -- past and present. Fans who attend All-Star Week have a high probability of running into a current or former big league star out and about in the host city, and those moments can be even more exciting than seeing them in uniform.
But those very players who make fans starstruck have also had experiences of their own being nervous around other big names. What does it take to make an MLB All-Star starstruck -- or rather, who does it take?
Check out the video at the top of the page to find out.
Jordan Shusterman is one half of Cespedes Family BBQ. He enjoys overpaying for Mike Trout in fantasy baseball leagues and convincing the masses that Mike Zunino is good.
Jake Mintz is the louder half of the Cespedes Family BBQ. Despite a torn UCL in his right elbow, he still finds a way to tweet excessively during baseball games.