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1971 Despite temperatures in the low 40s, a crowd of 55,352, the largest in the history of Pennsylvania ever to watch a baseball game, witnesses the Phillies' first game at Veterans Stadium. Jim Bunning throws the first pitch, and Larry Bowa singles for the park's first hit, in Philadelphia's 4-1 defeat of the Expos.

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