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Monday, July 6, 2009

Ashanti, Chingy, Ginuwine, Nelly and Other Celebs with Two Names Set for All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball

Posted By on Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 4:59 PM

On Sunday afternoon, July 12, celebrities and baseball legends will gather on the field at Busch Stadium for the Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game. Musicians scheduled to play include Backstreet Boys member Brian Littrell, Nelly, Chingy, Ashanti and Ginuwine. (No word yet on if the latter rapper, whose new LP, A Man's Thoughts, recently debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard R&B charts, will also have a pony along.) Cards fan Billy Bob Thornton (who also dabbles in music) is also playing. Full list of players and stars after the jump.

Baseball Players: Ozzie Smith Bruce Sutter Dave Winfield, Rollie Fingers Goose Gossage Ernie Banks Lee Smith Vince Coleman Whitey Herzog Tommy John Fred Lynn

Celebrities: Ashanti, Grammy Award Winning artist Chingy, Singer/Songwriter James Denton, Actor (ABC's Desperate Housewives) Carlos Diaz, EXTRA Correspondent Carl Edwards, NASCAR Driver Jenna Fischer, Actress (NBC's The Office) Ginuwine, Multi-Platinum selling R&B Artist Mike Golic, ESPN Radio host and Event Emcee Mike Greenberg, ESPN Radio host and Event Emcee Jon Hamm, Actor (AMC's Mad Men) Shawn Johnson, Olympic Champion and winner of ABC's Dancing with the Stars Bob Knight, ESPN College Basketball Analyst and Hall of Fame Basketball Coach Brian Littrell, Backstreet Boys Nelly, Grammy Award Winning Singer/Songwriter Andy Richter, (NBC's The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien) Billy Bob Thornton, Academy Award Winner Annie Wersching, Actress (FOX's 24


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