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2011 Opening Day

Compiled By 2011 Opening Day On April 16, 1940, Cleveland's Bob Feller throws the only no-hitter on opening day as the Indians beat the White Sox, I-0. "A home opener is always exciting Ted Williams was a .449 hitter in openers, with whether it's home three home runs and fourteen runs batted in or on the road." Yogi Berra during fourteen games. Home Sweet Home. No one more had home wins last year than the Atlanta Braves (56) Fast Starts Rookie Managers Don Mattingly Dodgers April Wins Ron Roenicke Brewers 20 Cin, StL Az, Mil Thacks ChCWAtl, Bos 20 John Farrell Blue Jays 15 17 A Dozen, Please: A total of 12 new managers will start the season for a Major League team in 2011 RAYS 2006. 2007 2008 10 5 "An opener is not like any other game. There's that little 2009 extra excitement, a faster 2010 beating of the heart. You have that anxiety to get off to a good start, for yourself and for 8 of 12 new managers Terry Collins (Mets) Kirk Gibson (DiamondBacks) Buck Showalter (Orioles) Fredi Gonzalez (Braves) Clint Hurdle (Pirates) Mike Quade (Cubs) Edwin Rodriguez (Marlins) are in the NL the team. You know that when you win the first one, you can't lose 'em all." Eric Wedge (Mariners Ned Yost (Royals) Hall of Fame pitcher Early Wynn, on the essence of Opening Day On April 14, 1910, President, and baseball enthusiast, William Howard Taft attended the home opener Sources: mlb,, in Washington D.C. Since then, 11 sitting U.S. presidents have tossed out the season's ceremonial first espn, baseball almanac, History pitch. One standout, Harry S. Truman, showcased his ambidextrous talent when he threw out balls with both his right and left arm in 1950.

2011 Opening Day

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