When a Baseball Park Refused to Play the National Anthem, Something Wonderful Happened


Most sports fans are patriotic Americans. When a baseball park in Fresno, California announced that there would be no National Anthem, boos broke out, and the fans stood and sang the anthem all by themselves. A Cappella.

The incident occurred Friday at a high school baseball championship game between the Clovis High Cougars and the Buchanan High Bears. (Clovis won 6-3). But the crowd was incensed when it was announced that no anthem would be played.

Tiffany Marquez posted the song and wrote on Facebook:
“We came to CIF D1 section championship game between Clovis and Buchanan and the announcer said ‘there will be no national anthem.’ After some booing, the whole stadium stood up and started singing it on their own.”

She also told the Fresno Bee,

“Within seconds, you could hear people in the crowd singing and the volume of their voices building. There I was, standing in the middle of a true testament to unity and patriotism.”

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