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[Baseball] This day in baseball history: Washington’s last opener of the century (Paul Mirengoff) April 5, 1971 was baseball’s Opening Day. As was the tradition back then, Washington played the only American League game of the day. Normally, the U.S. President threw the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day in D.C. Some years, the Vice President filled in. But on this day, former Vietnam prisoner of war Master Sergeant Daniel Lee Pitzer did the honors. Manager Ted Williams selected Dick Bosman to pitch for Published:4/5/2021 10:03:03 AM
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