Shorts creator Katie Feeney shares her favorite moments from MLB All-Star week
Katie Feeney is a top YouTube Shorts creator with over 2.5 million subscribers. Katie has seen explosive growth in a very short amount of time: 3 billion views with fans all over the world. As she heads into her sophomore year at Penn State University, Katie has continued to trailblaze her own path in sports journalism.
She jumpstarted her YouTube Shorts and sports career with college game-day content. Less than a year later, Katie was named the first social media correspondent for the NFL’s Washington Commanders and was also YouTube’s correspondent at the NFL’s Big Game. What was next on her list? A trip to Los Angeles to cover the biggest events at MLB All-Star Week!
Hey everyone! YouTube let me take over their blog to tell you about my recent trip to LA to go to MLB All-Star Week. Here are some of my favorite Shorts from my trip:
A special announcement
I literally didn’t believe I was going, so I was so excited when I was finally able to tell everyone I was headed back to LA to get a front-row experience at MLB All-Star week.
Creator House fastball
First stop, I had to check out the All-Star House where I got a chance to work on my fastball…
Creator House breaking things
… And hitting it out of the park! Okay, to be fair, she told me to keep swinging!
The next day, I went to Dodger Stadium for the first time and got to meet so many people at the All-Star Futures and Celebrity Softball games.
Interviews with Juan Soto
I even got to interview one of my favorite players, Juan Soto and ask him all the questions. We’ll miss him in D.C., but I know he’ll be great for San Diego
Interview with Bryan Cranston
Breaking Bad is one of the greatest shows ever, so I had to ask Bryan which was his favorite season to film. He was so nice and I didn’t realize what a huge baseball fan he is!
It was so cool to go to the first day of the MLB Draft at LA Live and get a front row seat to watch future big leaguers get drafted and celebrate with their families. Luckily there was enough downtime to make friends with the mascots too 🙂
Before the All-Star Game, the biggest stars of the MLB walked the carpet and definitely dressed to impress. My favorite thing was seeing the most fashionable families in the league!
All in all, I had the best time meeting and interviewing players, celebrity fans and even fellow journalists like MLB Network’s Lauren Gardner who gave me such great advice for my career. I had such an incredible experience and felt so lucky to be able to share all the highlights on my channel.