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  • Jul 6, 1983
    The Oak Ridge Boys sing the national anthem at the All-Star Game in Chicago's Comiskey Park. The American League beats the National, 13-3
    Sep 15, 1983
    For his 80th birthday, WSM flies Roy Acuff to Cooperstown, New York, to visit the Baseball Hall Of Fame. He then throws out the first pitch at Pittsburgh's Riverfront Stadium as the organist plays "Wabash Cannonball." The Pirates beat the Cubs, 8-4
    Oct 11, 1983
    John Denver performs the national anthem and, during the seventh inning, "Thank God I'm A Country Boy" in the first game of the World Series at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium. The Philadelphia Phillies defeat the Orioles, 2-1
    Apr 1, 1984
    California Angels owner Gene Autry brings former president Richard Nixon to the Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage to deliver a speech to the team the day before the baseball season begins. Also present: ex-president Gerald Ford
    Apr 3, 1984
    The Statler Brothers sing the national anthem on opening day at Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium. The Philadelphia Phillies shutout the Braves, 5-0
    Jul 10, 1984
    Huey Lewis & The News sing the national anthem at the Major League All-Star Game at San Francisco's Candlestick Park. The National League wins, 3-1. Two decades later, Lewis is an Academy of Country Music award nominee
    Sep 17, 1984
    Baseball's Reggie Jackson hits the 500th home run of his career during a 10-1 loss against the Kansas City Royals at Anaheim Stadium. He reaches the milestone while playing for the California Angels, owned by Country Music Hall of Famer Gene Autry
    Sep 25, 1984
    Tug McGraw plays his final Major League Baseball game. He is the father of future country singer Tim McGraw
    Mar 16, 1985
    The Statler Brothers return to "Hee Haw," where the week's guests also include Kieran Kane and baseball legend Stan Musial
    Apr 9, 1985
    Future Academy of Country Music Awards nominee Huey Lewis and his band, The News, perform the national anthem at San Francisco's Candlestick Park, where the Giants beat the San Diego Padres, 4-3, on opening day

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