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Sport World Series 2021: Who sang the national anthem tonight?

04:00  27 october  2021
04:00  27 october  2021 Source:   fansided.com

Athletics outright veteran IF Pete Kozma

  Athletics outright veteran IF Pete Kozma Kozma, 33, was added to the Athletics’ 40-man roster for the season’s final weekend after Elvis Andrus suffered a season-ending leg fracture. He went 1-for-11 during that Oakland cameo.Kozma, 33, was added to the Athletics’ 40-man roster for the season’s final weekend after Elvis Andrus suffered a season-ending leg fracture. He went 1-for-11 during that Oakland cameo — his first big-league action since the 2018 season in Detroit. The rest of Kozma’s season was spent with Triple-A Las Vegas, where he batted .244/.307/.337 in 500 plate appearances and collected the 1,000th hit of his minor-league career.

It's a lot of pressure to be asked to sing the national anthem at the World Series.

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The 2021 World Series between the Houston Astros and Atlanta Braves is getting underway on Tuesday with Game 1 from Minute Maid Park.

And one of the best moments of any World Series is the national anthem, especially if it's well done.

That was the case tonight, but who was it belting out the song before the game?

Who sang the national anthem at the World Series tonight, Game 1?

Singing the national anthem ahead of Game 1 was Emmy-winning actress and (obviously) musically talented artist Keke Palmer. And she definitely crushed it.

Let's hope that the rest of the games can live up to the high bar set by Palmer.

That will be a tough act to follow, though, quite literally.

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