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  • Jul 25, 1972
    The New York Mets' Tug McGraw pitches two scoreless innings to win as the National League tops the American 4-3 in 10 innings in Atlanta. It's the only All-Star appearance ever for McGraw, the father of country music's Tim McGraw
    Oct 21, 1972
    Former St. Louis Cardinal Dizzy Dean performs the Roy Acuff classic "Night Train To Memphis" when he and Kenny Price are guests on "Hee Haw"
    Jan 20, 1973
    Conway Twitty sings "She Needs Someone To Hold Her (When She Cries)," Loretta Lynn performs "Rated 'X,'" and the two duet on "Never Ending Song Of Love" on "Hee Haw." Hosted by Roy Clark and Buck Owens, the episode also welcomes baseball star Johnny Bench
    Oct 14, 1973
    Tug McGraw wins a World Series game for the New York Mets, 10-7, pitching 6 innings against the A's at the Oakland Coliseum. McGraw is the father of country music's Tim McGraw
    Oct 21, 1973
    "Bar Room Buddies" singer Clint Eastwood throws out the ceremonial first pitch before a World Series game at the Oakland Coliseum. The A's defeat the New York Mets, 5-2, in the final game
    Mar 18, 1974
    Designated hitter Charley Pride gets one hit in two at-bats against Baltimore pitcher Jim Palmer in a spring training game. The Orioles blast the Texas Rangers, 14-2
    Oct 15, 1974
    Charley Pride sings the national anthem before a World Series game at Oakland Coliseum, where the A's defeat the Dodgers, 3-2
    Apr 15, 1975
    Harmonica player Charlie McCoy delivers the national anthem for the Atlanta Braves' home opener in Fulton County Stadium. The team defeats the Houston Astros, 6-1
    Apr 7, 1977
    Anne Murray sings "O, Canada" before the first American League home game in Canada when the Toronto Blue Jays expansion team hosts the Chicago White Sox at Exhibition Stadium. The Jays win the first game in franchise history, 9-5
    Oct 14, 1977
    Linda Ronstadt sings the national anthem before the Dodgers-Yankees World Series game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. New York wins, 5-3

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