World Series 2012: Hollywood Reacts to Detroit Tigers vs. San Francisco Giants Opener

World Series 2012: Hollywood Reacts to Detroit Tigers vs. San Francisco Giants Opener

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Oct 25, 2012 at 4:12 PM PDT
Source: Celebuzz
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As San Francisco Giants fans were cheering on The Panda Wednesday night, some of Hollywood's biggest baseball fans were sounding off on Twitter. Detroit's son Eminem hung out with Tigers' first baseman Prince Fielder before the start of Game 1, while The Newsroom star  Jeff Daniels FULL ARTICLE AT Celebuzz
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