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Shea rings Closing Bell at New York Stock Exchange

Brek Shea rang The Closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange Friday afternoon to celebrate the 2011 AT&T MLS All-Star Game. Shea was joined by New York Red Bull and fellow All-Star Tim Ream, along with New York Red Bulls President of Business Operations Chris Heck and other MLS Executives.

"It was pretty special to get to ring The Closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange,” Shea said. “They said something like 100 million people watch it worldwide. The building itself has so much history and the trading floor just seems like chaos. I'm glad I was able to be there."

WATCH: Shea rings The Closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange

Elected to his first All-Star game this year, Shea has had a career season so far in 2011 and is tied for second most goals scored in the league with nine, despite starting the year playing defense for FC Dallas. The native Texan also boasts the most game-winning goals in Major League Soccer with five.

PHOTOS: Brek Shea pays a visit to the New York Stock Exchange

Shea and Ream will see each other again on Saturday night when FC Dallas take on the New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena (5 p.m. CT, FSSW+). FCDallas.com will be hosting a live chat during the away match that you can find here.