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Inside Major League Baseball's 'Fan Cave'

American league is looking to attract younger fans, so what better way than an interactive 'fan cave'?

Last Modified: 13 May 2012 09:15
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The average fan age of America's Major League Baseball has been getting older and older - possibly a reflection of its reputation as more traditional and conservative than other professional sports in the US.

But the league is looking to change that image - turning to a social media forum meets reality-show to drawn in younger sports fans - and they call it the Fan Cave. 

Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from New York.

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