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Hello from the newly-minted MLB Fan Cave. It’s just a few minutes before first pitch, and we’ve already had a full day, with local and national media in and out all morning. VS Pink Model Chanel Iman is coming in later, and the MLB Network’s coming to catch up with the guys. We’ll be posting photos and videos all day long, plus some longer video features about the Cave later in the week.

We just want to take a moment to tell you, the fans, how you can be part of the Fan Cave experience. It’s easy – we’d like to think of every fan at every ballpark as a field reporter. So as they say in the New York City subways, “if you see something, say something.” Tell us about it by tweeting us @MLBFanCave, contact us by email at info@MLBFanCave.com, and if you’re in the neighborhood, check in on Foursquare.

What do we want to know? What celebrity is sitting in front of you? What are they eating? Did you see an amazing play? Did something crazy happen in the parking lot? Tell us @MLBFanCave. We’re watching and listening to every game, and we might just get back in touch with you to find out more by email or telephone, and if you’ve got something really great, we’ll set up a live chat via Facetime, Skype, or whatever the hot new tech is next month.

We also want to thank everyone who applied, and all of the employees of MLB, MLB.com, MLB Network and all of our partners who have worked tirelessly around the clock to get us up and running.

Hello from the newly-minted MLB Fan Cave. It’s just a few minutes before first pitch, and we’ve already had a full day, with local and national media in and out all morning. VS Pink Model Chanel Iman is coming in later, and the MLB Network’s coming to catch up with the guys. We’ll be posting photos and videos all day long, plus some longer video features about the Cave later in the week.

We just want to take a moment to tell you, the fans, how you can be part of the Fan Cave experience. It’s easy – we’d like to think of every fan at every ballpark as a field reporter. So as they say in the New York City subways, “if you see something, say something.” Tell us about it by tweeting us @MLBFanCave, contact us by email at info@MLBFanCave.com, and if you’re in the neighborhood, check in on Foursquare.

What do we want to know? What celebrity is sitting in front of you? What are they eating? Did you see an amazing play? Did something crazy happen in the parking lot? Tell us @MLBFanCave. We’re watching and listening to every game, and we might just get back in touch with you to find out more by email or telephone, and if you’ve got something really great, we’ll set up a live chat via Facetime, Skype, or whatever the hot new tech is next month.

We also want to thank everyone who applied, and all of the employees of MLB, MLB.com, MLB Network and all of our partners who have worked tirelessly around the clock to get us up and running.