Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine recently took part in MLB.com’s season long MLB Fan Cave series, by being one of the many attractions of the Cave. In this clip, MLB Fan Cave tour guide, Mike O’hara gives visitors a tour of the Cave and takes them to a booth where Mustaine proceeds to indulge them with his signature riffage. For more exclusive insights into MLB Fan Cave visit: www.mlbfancave.com.

Megadeth recently released the 25th anniversary editions of the seminal thrash album, “Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying?” The album has been digitally re-mastered for the first time and expanded for a commemorative release in multiple configurations. All of the versions, including a 2CD lift-top box, digital album, and a deluxe 5 Disc+3LP box set, include a previously unreleased 1987 concert from the band’s first world tour and new liner notes written by Dave Mustaine and Metallica’s Lars Ulrich. Visit www.megadeth.com to order.

Dave Mustaine MLB Fan Cave clip URL: http://mlbfancave.mlb.com/fancave/video.jsp?content_id=17928685&topic_id=19224580&fbid=H380LfIWvvK

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