Announcing the FanGraphs All-Star Weekend Cleveland Event

FanGraphs is headed to Cleveland for some pre-All-Star game festivities, and we want to raise a glass and enjoy a bit of baseball talk with our readers. To that end, we’re hosting an event at Speakeasy on Saturday, July 6 at 6 PM. The evening will feature drinks, appetizers, plenty of time for mingling, and a panel discussion with some of your favorite FanGraphs writers and our friends from around the game.

FanGraphs writers who will be in attendance include me, Eric Longenhagen, Kiley McDaniel, Dan Szymborski, Craig Edwards, David Appelman, and Sean Dolinar.

Doors open at 6 PM; the panel will kick off at 7 PM. Tickets are $15, or free with FanGraphs membership (a coupon will automatically be applied to your ticket if you are logged in when you purchase), and cover admission to the event. They can be purchased here. Appetizers are on us.

We’ll have more details on the panel and potential guests soon. We hope to see you there!

Event Details
Saturday, July 6
Speakeasy, 1948 W 25th St, Cleveland, OH
Doors open at 6 PM
Panel program begins at 7 PM
Tickets can be purchased here.

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Meg is the managing editor of FanGraphs, the host of FanGraphs Audio, and the co-co-host of Effectively Wild. Her work has previously appeared at Baseball Prospectus, Lookout Landing, and Just A Bit Outside.

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Crap. The FG team makes it to CLE and I’ll be out of town.


Never feel bad about getting out of Cleveland! Tell ’em, Joakim…

You like it? You think Cleveland’s cool? I mean, I never heard anybody say, “I’m going to Cleveland on vacation.”