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Nice closure at Stadium

Yogi Berra, who caught at the first Yankee Stadium, finds a good spot during pregame ceremonies for the final game at the venue's second incarnation. Yogi Berra, who caught at the first Yankee Stadium, finds a good spot during pregame ceremonies for the final game at the venue's second incarnation. (Jim MacIsaac/Getty Images)
By Nick Cafardo
September 22, 2008

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NEW YORK - Julia Ruth Stevens, 91, bounced the final "first pitch" at Yankee Stadium to catcher Jorge Posada from about 25 feet at The House that Ruth Built last night. Her dad, George Herman Ruth - The Babe - had hit the first homer the day the stadium opened April 18, 1923, a 4-1 win by the Yankees over ... (Full article: 1050 words)

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