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  • Jun 5, 1989
    Toronto's Skydome officially opens, with Anne Murray singing both the American and Canadian national anthems. The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Blue Jays, 5-3
    Jul 11, 1989
    California Angels owner Gene Autry plays host to former president Ronald Reagan when Major League Baseball's All-Star Game is held at Anaheim Stadium. The American League defeats the National League, 5-3
    Aug 22, 1989
    Randy Rogers is in the ballpark when Nolan Ryan strikes out the 5,000th batter of his career at Arlington Stadium. The Oakland A's beat the hometown Texas Rangers, 2-0
    Oct 17, 1989
    As Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers prepare to sing the national anthem before the third game of the World Series in San Francisco, a major earthquake rocks the city, postponing their performance, and the game
    Oct 27, 1989
    The Gatlin Brothers sing the national anthem at game 3 of the World Series, which had been postponed for 10 days following the San Francisco earthquake. The Oakland A's defeat the Giants, 13-7
    Jul 10, 1990
    "Long Hot Summer" songwriter Richard Marx sings the national anthem before Major League Baseball's All-Star Game at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The American League beats the National League, 2-0
    Sep 30, 1990
    The Oak Ridge Boys sing the national anthem before the last game played at the Chicago White Sox' original Comiskey Park. The Sox edge the Seattle Mariners, 2-1
    Apr 18, 1991
    The Oak Ridge Boys perform the national anthem before the first game at Chicago's new Comiskey Park. The Detroit Tigers blast the White Sox, 16-0
    May 1, 1991
    Baseball's Nolan Ryan throws the seventh no-hitter of his career. Randy Rogers witnesses the feat at Arlington Stadium as the hometown Texas Rangers defeat the Toronto Blue Jays, 3-0
    Aug 26, 1991
    Emmylou Harris performs "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Oakland Coliseum, where the Boston Red Sox shutout the A's, 3-0

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