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Have you ever wanted to experience the frenzied excitement of an MLB war room on draft day? Or have you ever wanted to eat an omelet with your favorite player? Well now’s your chance. MLB.com is holding an auction with once in a lifetime experiences and all proceeds will go to Stand Up to Cancer. Among the items up for auction are the Nationals’ draft day experience, where you get to be in the draft room when Washington’s general manager Mike Rizzo makes the team’s first-round selection, a meet and greet with Mike Trout, breakfast with Hunter Pence and a Yankees public relations internship “for a day.” As you might have expected, these aren’t going for cheap. All auctions end on Dec. 6 and the Nationals’ draft day experience is currently going for over $5,000. But where else are you going to get to meet Vin Scully or experience a day of spring training with the Orioles, while also donating to a very worthy cause? You can check out all the incredible experiences here, and see what St...
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