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    Pre-game ceremonies

    What was the most touching pre-game ceremony?

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    New York Yankees manager Joe Torre, second from left, claps as Chicago Firemen and Police Officers walk out to the pitchers mound prior to the game against the White Sox Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2001, in Chicago.

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    I'm not sure it's happened yet.
    I'll be at the next home game and I'm guessing that'll be it

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    The Chicago fans show of support to the New York FD, PD, and Yankees. I was touched by how gracious the fans were.

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    St. Louis did a great job on Monday night. I liked the Texas Ranger players meeting fans at the gates and giving them American Flags.

    MLB and the teams have done a tremendous job!!

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    To hell with all of 'em Chris's Avatar
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    Originally posted by DW Fan
    The Chicago fans show of support to the New York FD, PD, and Yankees. I was touched by how gracious the fans were.
    How about the Red Sox fans with We Love NY signs?

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    I agree with Chris that the Yankee and Met homestands will be the most touching.

    Watching the Chicago game last night, I may be cynical, but the official ceremonies looked forced, liked the olympics. I hope we don't see teams trying to outpatriot others. I think simplicity is sometimes best when it comes to this. I also feel that the real tribute came from the stands, the fans were great.

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    Yes this is coming from a guys mouth!

    The ceremonies were beautfiul and very well touching us all!

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    So far the Mets got 'em all beat. Nice touch with the uniforms too.

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    This is what got me all weepy again during the Mets ceremony.

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    The part of the skyline facade above the scoreboard at New York's Shea Stadium that shows a representation of the World Trade Center has a red, white and blue ribbon attached as the New York Mets held their first home game since the World Trade Center disaster as they faced the Atlanta Braves, September 21, 2001. The Mets won the game 3-2. (Ray Stubblebine/Reuters)
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