RICHMOND, Va. — All-Star week continues Tuesday morning with an All-Star Pep Rally scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at One James Middle Plaza on Cary Avenue in downtown Richmond. The Diamond then opens at four p.m. for the Japanese League Superstar House Run Derby. The occasion options Richmond-area celebrities together with:
NASCAR driver Elliott Sadler
Former VCU and NBA star Eric Maynor
Former Penn State and Seattle Seahawks Tremendous Bowl champion Michael Robinson
Former College of Virginia and New Orleans Saints quarterback Aaron Brooks
College of Richmond head males’s basketball coach Chris Mooney
VCU head males’s basketball coach Mike Rhoades
Former College of Richmond and NFL working again Tim Hightower
Former Flying Squirrels standout Mark Minicozzi
Survivor star Jonny Fairplay
Former VCU basketball participant and present Indianapolis Colts tight finish Mo Alie-Cox
Whereas the gates open at four p.m., the precise derby is scheduled to start nearer to six p.m.
The Japanese League All-Star Recreation will happen on Wednesday, July 10 at The Diamond and will probably be broadcast reside on CBS 6 and stream reside on WTVR.com.
CBS 6 can even broadcast an Japanese League All-Star Recreation particular, “Swing for the Fences: The All-Star Recreation Involves RVA” on Tuesday, July 9 at 7 p.m.
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