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Tweets and photos from the All-Star Red Carpet

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They're rolling out the 5,700-foot All-Star Red Carpet down Nicollet Avenue in downtown Minneapolis that stretches from 13th Street all the way to Target Field at 7th Street.

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Hall of Famer Rod Carew has been named grand marshal of the MLB All-Star Red Carpet Show where MLB All-Stars from the Twins and every other Major League Baseball team will ride in Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, Silverado and Camaro vehicles to Target Field's 7th Street entrance before the All-Star Game on Tuesday. A pair of tickets will be awarded to two parade goers donning attire and enthusiasm that best represents the league.

The 30 winners of the "All-Star Teachers" campaign will also take part in the parade -- each winner represents one of the 30 MLB clubs. Players' wives will be dressed by a crew of fashion and beauty experts with Minnesota-based Aveda experts as on-site hair stylists.

The event is free for fans and begins at 1:00 p.m. CT.

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