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Updated Feb 22, 2013 - 7:45 am

Tempe offering shuttles to Angels spring training

TEMPE, Ariz. -- There's a free way for fans to avoid traffic hassles when they go to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim spring training games.

Fans can head to Mill Avenue in Tempe, where they'll find a free trolley ride to the game.

You can park in any one of three garages, and get your parking validated at the trolley stop.

"Go to the trolley stop at Fifth and Mill and hop on the trolley, and it will take you to Diablo Stadium," said Jimmy Cerrachio, Vice President of Consumer Research for Downtown Tempe Community, Inc, adding that the trolleys run every 20 minutes.

"They'll start two hours before each game," said Cerrachio. "Most of the games are 1:05 start times, so we'll be starting the trolleys around 11 a.m."

The last trolley leaves the stadium 30 minutes after the final out and will bring fans back to Mill Avenue.

For more information, go to millavenue.com/angels.

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Education: I was born in San Antonio, Texas, but we moved to Phoenix when I was one-year-old in 1957. I grew up here and graduated from Alhambra High School and attended Phoenix College.

Family: I am married to my wife Rene', who is a librarian in the Washington school district. During free time, I may be found playing basketball in the driveway with my son, Devin. He's also keeping me busy with school, Little League, and playing in chess tournaments around the Valley.

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Outside interests: My family and I are active in our church - Northern Hills Community Church in Phoenix. We enjoy going to movies, sporting events, and like to vacation at the Beach Cottages in the Pacific Beach area of San Diego. And I love to play catch, basketball, football with my son.

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