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  • Oct 12, 1986
    The California Angels come within one out of the World Series, but ultimately lose to the Boston Red Sox, 6-5, at Anaheim Stadium, sending Boston to face the New York Mets. It's the closest owner Gene Autry comes to the World Series
    Oct 18, 1986
    "Shameless" songwriter Billy Joel performs the national anthem at Shea Stadium in New York, where the Boston Red Sox edge the Mets, 1-0
    Oct 22, 1986
    Future CMA nominee Natalie Cole sings the national anthem at Boston's Fenway Park, where the New York Mets defeat the Red Sox, 6-2, in a World Series game
    Oct 23, 1986
    "You've Really Got A Hold On Me" songwriter Smokey Robinson sings the national anthem at Boston's Fenway Park, where the Red Sox beat the New York Mets, 4-2, in a World Series game
    Oct 25, 1986
    "The Boxer" songwriter Paul Simon performs the national anthem at Shea Stadium in New York, where the Mets defeat the Boston Red Sox, 6-5 in 10 innings, during game 6 of the World Series
    Apr 10, 1987
    Lee Greenwood is unable to sing the national anthem, as scheduled, when he's caught in traffic in Boston. The Toronto Blue Jays spoil the Red Sox' home opener at Fenway Park, 10-5
    Jun 2, 1987
    Gene Autry receives the Spirit of Los Angeles Award from the Los Angeles Headquarters City Association, recognizing his success in business. The California Angels owner says the only thing better would be "a 20-game winning pitcher"
    Jul 21, 1987
    The Girls Next Door perform the national anthem at Shea Stadium in New York, where the Atlanta Braves clobber the Mets, 8-3
    Jul 7, 1988
    Cincinnati observes Roy Rogers Day as the city celebrates its bicentennial. During the day, Rogers visits with manager Pete Rose in the Reds' dugout at Riverfront Stadium when the team plays Philadelphia. The Reds beat the Phillies, 5-2
    Aug 8, 1988
    The Chicago Cubs play a home night game for the first time. As a result, The Statler Brothers change a line in live performances of "Don't Wait On Me" from "When the lights come on in Wrigley Field..." to "When they put a dome on Wrigley Field, I'll be coming back to you"

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