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  • Jun 18, 1966
    Faron Young, Waylon Jennings and Norma Jean provide a pre-game concert at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, where the hometown Cardinals baseball team edges the Philadelphia Phillies, 3-2
    Oct 3, 1966
    "The Roger Miller Show" features folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary and New York Mets manager Casey Stengel in the NBC prime-time lineup
    Aug 30, 1968
    Cowboy singer Gene Autry gives a rare locker room pep talk to his baseball team, the California Angels. It is not enough to keep them from finishing the season eighth among the American League's 10 teams
    Oct 5, 1968
    "Slipping Around" singer Margaret Whiting performs "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Tiger Stadium in Detroit, where the St. Louis Cardinals defeat the Tigers, 7-3, in a World Series game
    May 26, 1969
    Country legend Gene Autry fires a baseball manager for the first time, giving Bill Rigney the boot after eight years as the skipper for Autry's California Angels
    Jul 11, 1969
    Sonny James performs prior to a Houston baseball game, recording the live album "The Astrodome Presents In Concert Sonny James," as well as the hit "Since I Met You Baby." The Astros win the subsequent game, defeating the Cincinnati Reds, 13-2
    Oct 5, 1969
    In his only postseason appearance for the "Miracle Mets," Tug McGraw picks up a save while pitching three scoreless innings in an 11-6 win against the Atlanta Braves in the National League playoffs. McGraw is the father of Tim McGraw
    Apr 14, 1970
    President Richard Nixon is California Angels owner Gene Autry's guest for the team's home opener, a 3-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox at Anaheim Stadium
    Dec 11, 1971
    Gene Autry's California Angels make the most significant trade in their history. They send shortstop Bill Fregosi to the New York Mets for four players, including future Hall of Fame member Nolan Ryan
    Feb 26, 1972
    Waylon Jennings performs "Me And Bobby McGee" and Jessi Colter delivers "I'm Not Lisa" on an installment of "Hee Haw." The episode also features Cincinnati Reds catcher Johnny Bench

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