On May 12, 1966, the St. Louis Cardinals play the first game in the history of the new Busch Memorial Stadium. St. Louis wins the game in 12 innings – a 4-3 decision over the Atlanta Braves. Felipe Alou hits two home runs for the Braves, but future Hall of Famer Lou Brock ends the game with a single in the bottom of the 12th inning.
New York Yankees defeat the Minnesota Twins, 11-4, in the first game at the newly renovated Yankee Stadium
April 15, 1976
On Opening Day, before 8,376 fans at Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds, the Boston Americans defeat the Philadelphia Athletics in the morning game of a Patriots’ Day twin bill
April 20, 1903
June 18, 2019