FDR OPENS BASEBALL SEASON The United States enjoys one last peacetime spring with the nation's favorite past time. President Roosevelt throws the first ball to open baseball season at the Yankees-Senators game in D.C.
Date: April 15, 1941 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:24:00, With Audio
PRESIDENT LYNDON OPENS BASEBALL SEASON U.S. President Lyndon Johnson helps welcome the opening of baseball season by throwing out the first ball, then autographing it. After that it's time to play ball as the Washington Senators are defeated by the Los Angeles Angels 4 to 0.
BASEBALL SEASON OPENS IN SHEA STADIUM The opening of baseball season brings added excitement in New York as 50,000 fans pour into the new Shea Stadium. Unfortunately the Mets are defeated by Pittsburgh 4 to 3, but the great surroundings take away some of the pain.
FDR THROWS OUT FIRST PITCH AT BASEBALL GAME President Roosevelt opens the game between the Athletics and Senators as he throws the first pitch opening the 1938 American League baseball season. The Senators win the game 12 to 8.
BASEBALL SEASON OPENER 1963 As the old familiar cry rings throughout the land, President John F. Kennedy opens the season in the old familiar way. He throws out the first ball and settles back to see the Baltimore Orioles take the Washington Senators. Don Rudolph pitches a ball to Jim Gentile - it hits the scoreboard for a homer. Boog Powell comes through with another and Baltimore tops the Senators.
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