Here for the beginning; here for the end

Joba, Kennedy headed to winter ball?
O, say, can you see from the bleachers?

The Associated Press tracked down a Yankee fan who was there for the first game at the stadium and will be there for the final game this Sunday. Joe Mignogna, now 90 and a resident of Delaware, went to Yankee Stadium on April 18, 1923 when the Yanks and Red Sox opened the Stadium. He was five at the time and says that his family got their tickets from then-owner Jacob Rupert. Mignogna’s grandfather was one of the construction foremen who built the original stadium. As we hear the memories and tales of Yankee Stadium, this one’s a great story.

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Joba, Kennedy headed to winter ball?
O, say, can you see from the bleachers?