Record broken: More than 12,000 people attend Astros FanFest at Minute Maid Park

By Sandra Gonzalez, Adam Wexler - Sports Anchor/Reporter

HOUSTON - Minute Maid Park was bustling with Astros fans and aficionados trying to interact with their favorite players and learn more about the organization.

On Saturday, thousands of people packed the ballpark, breaking a record of 12,000 fans scanned into the event.

Fans took photographs, shot videos and attended sessions. Other Astros moments were revealed, including an Astros Hall of Fame project.

 

 

 

 

Players enjoyed interacting with fans, too. Seth Beers reflected on the FanFest experience.

 

 

Pitcher Lance McCullers was on hand and reflected on his rehab process during the offseason.

 

 

And, of course, many fans were thrilled to receive autographs from Astros players.

HERE ARE SOME PHOTOS FROM FANFEST:

Fans were also able to learn more about the history of the team, scouting, the building of the team and some of the younger players.

 

 

 

 

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