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  • Jul 19, 1978
    Freddy Fender sings the national anthem before a doubleheader at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The Cubs split with the San Francisco Giants
    Sep 26, 1978
    Former president Richard Nixon attends a baseball game for the first time since his resignation in 1974. He joins Country Music Hall of Famer Gene Autry in a private box at Anaheim Stadium, as the Kansas City Royals beat the California Angels, 4-0
    Jan 18, 1979
    Country Hall of Famer Gene Autry's baseball team, the California Angels, announces the acquisition of star player Rod Carew
    Jun 29, 1979
    Charley Pride sings the national anthem before a baseball game at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, Minnesota. The Twins beat the Chicago White Sox, 5-2
    Sep 25, 1979
    Gene Autry wins the first division title in his 19 years as owner of the California Angels when the team clinches the American League West with a 4-1 victory against the Kansas City Royals at Anaheim Stadium. Richard Nixon joins Autry after the game for the clubhouse champagne celebration
    Oct 3, 1979
    The California Angels baseball team, owned by Country Music Hall of Fame member Gene Autry, plays its first postseason game in their 19-year history, losing to the Orioles, 6-3, in a 10-inning game at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore
    Oct 6, 1979
    The California Angels, owned by Country Hall of Famer Gene Autry, lose the first postseason series in club history as the Baltimore Orioles defeat them 8-0 in Anaheim to take the series, three games to one
    Oct 21, 1980
    Charley Pride sings the national anthem at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia before a World Series game. Tug McGraw, the father of Tim McGraw, strikes out Willie Wilson with the bases loaded in the ninth inning, leading the Phillies to a 4-1 victory against the Kansas City Royals
    Oct 5, 1982
    The California Angels, owned by country legend Gene Autry, begin their second postseason with an 8-3 victory against the Milwaukee Brewers at Anaheim Stadium. Don Baylor is the game's star with 5 RBI
    Oct 10, 1982
    Gene Autry's California Angels are eliminated for the second time in postseason competition, as the Brewers defeat them 4-3 in Milwaukee's County Stadium, taking the series three games to two

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