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  • May 5, 1962
    Gene Autry's Los Angeles Angels have their first no-hitter. Pitcher Bo Belinsky turns the trick against the Baltimore Orioles in a 2-0 Angels victory at Dodger Stadium
    Jul 4, 1962
    The Los Angeles Angels return to California from a road trip in first place, a remarkable feat for the midpoint of their second season. Three thousand fans greet them at the airport, along with owner Gene Autry
    Jun 2, 1963
    Roy Acuff attends his first Major League Baseball game in St. Louis. The San Francisco Giants beat the Cardinals, 6-4. Broadcaster Dizzy Dean brings Acuff into the booth and coaxes him into singing one verse of "Wabash Cannonball"
    Apr 9, 1964
    The Los Angeles Angels, owned by cowboy star Gene Autry, file papers with the city of Anaheim indicating their intent to move the baseball team to Orange County
    Jun 23, 1964
    Future Oak Ridge Boy Joe Bonsall is in the stands at Philadelphia's Connie Mack Stadium, where the Phillies split a doubleheader with the Chicago Cubs, losing 2-0 in the opener and winning 9-0 in the second game
    Aug 31, 1964
    Anaheim, California, holds groundbreaking ceremonies for Anaheim Stadium, offering a place for cowboy singer Gene Autry's team, the Angels, to play baseball outside Los Angeles. Autry turns the first pile of dirt
    Sep 2, 1964
    Gene Autry's baseball team, the Los Angeles Angels, announces it is being renamed the California Angels
    Apr 18, 1965
    Tug McGraw makes his major league debut, pitching for the New York Mets. Two years later, McGraw has a son, country music's Tim McGraw
    Mar 18, 1966
    Jimmy Dean brings soldiers on stage from the audience as he closes an episode of ABC's "The Jimmy Dean Show" with "You Are My Sunshine." Guests for the week include Margie Bowes, comedian George Carlin and baseball players Maury Wills and Jim "Mudcat" Grant
    Apr 19, 1966
    Gene Autry's California Angels hold their first regular-season baseball game at their new Anaheim Stadium. The team loses to the Chicago White Sox, 3-1

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