Opening Day

John Kinley Tener, governor of Pennsylvania and president-elect of the National League, throws out first pitch in Brooklyn, April 1914. Four years later he would discourage NL owners from starting afternoon games an hour later during the newly-inaugurated Daylight Savings Time.

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