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Celebrate Tigers Opening Day With The Funniest Baseball Scene Ever [VIDEOS]

Tigers fans have been waiting, and the day has finally come!  It’s the Tigers’ Home Opener at Comerica Park.  To celebrate another season of Detroit Tigers baseball, relive one of the funniest scenes in cinematic history!

The movie is 1989′s ‘The Naked Gun.’  While trying to stop an assassin from killing Queen Elizabeth, Lt. Frank Drebin does whatever he can to get on the field to thwart the killer.  Before replacing the game’s umpire, he replaces Enrico Palazzo and ends up singing the national anthem… well sort of!

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