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Angels or Twins Cap? Torii Hunter on Cooperstown

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Bert Blyleven pitched for the Angels and Twins and is wearing a Minnesota cap on his newly installed plaque in Cooperstown. He threw out the first pitch before the Halo-Twinkie contest Tuesday night in Anaheim. Earlier that day, reporter Dave Mayorga, aka Blast21Dave, got two minutes with Torii Hunter at Ralph's Market in Anaheim and got the Angels and Twins great to (reluctantly) confirm which cap he would wear if he is ever elected to the Hall of Fame.

Torii also spoke about his love of playing dominoes in the clubhouse and spoke on behalf of the Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams.

And the shout-out from the Hula Dula to our blog was just icing on the cake. But he really wanted us all to know about the Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams.

Pepsi MAX is giving fans the chance to vote for their 11 man dream team of baseball legends. For each ballot cast, fans are entered to win the chance to take on the fan selected Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams Team on their home turf next spring. Through August 31, baseball fans across the country can go to to cast votes for their favorite players or can text PEPSIMAX to 41623 to receive

Fans have some challenging decisions facing them when voting for the Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams Team. The ballot is comprised of 30 MLB greats, three legendary players at each position (catcher, first base, second base, third base, short-stop, designated hitter, relief pitcher, starting pitcher and outfield), including Ken Griffey Jr., Ryne Sandberg, Cal Ripken Jr., Ozzie Smith, Greg Maddux, Tony Gwynn, Carlton Fisk, Dennis Eckersley, Rollie Fingers and Rickey Henderson, among others. For full details on the program and ballot, visit