Sports Quiz / On This Date in MLB History - January 1st

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Can you name the events that occurred on January 1st in MLB history?

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On this date...January 1stYear
This future 5x All-Star, 2x American League Most Valuable Player, and Hall of Fame first baseman was born in New York City, New York1911
The home of the Detroit Tigers is officially renamed Tiger Stadium after having this name since 19381960
Chub Feeney began his 16-year presidency of the National League, succeeding this president who held the position for 18 years1970
Lee MacPhail began his 10-year presidency of the American League, succeeding this president who held the position for 14 years1974
The name of the St. Louis Cardinals' stadium was changed to Busch Stadium, which is a simplified version of this previous name of the stadium1982
On this date...January 1stYear
This sports channel, based out of Secaucus, New Jersey, was launched by Major League Baseball2009
This was the first baseball stadium to host the Winter Classic, this year's matchup saw the Chicago Blackhawks face the Detroit Red Wings2009
This 2x World Series winning pitcher was detained by authorities in Las Vegas, Nevada after failign to produce appropriate identification to clear security at the city's airport. 2013
This legendary baseball broadcaster served as the Grand Marshal of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California 2014

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