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Gov. Michael Dukakis Throws Ceremonial First Pitch on Greek Heritage Night

WORCESTER, MA – Governor Michael Dukakis was accompanied by Nick Tsiotos and Greg Stamos as he threw out the ceremonial first pitch to open the game between the Worcester Red Sox, also known as the WooSox, the Boston Red Sox’s Triple A minor league team, and the Syracuse Mets on September 22 at Polar Park in Worcester.

It was also Greek Heritage Night, highlighted by Saint Spyridon Cathedral’s Hellenic Dancers’ pregame performance and Fr. Chris Stamas singing the National Anthem.

The game concluded with the Syracuse Mets winning 4-2 over the Worcester Red Sox.

Left to right: Nick Tsiotos, Governor Michael Dukakis, and Greg Stamos at Greek Heritage Night at Polar Park in Worcester, MA. (Photo: Courtesy of Greg Stamos)

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