Remember that 1989 opener folks. Rookie Steve Finley set the tone early, running at full speed to snare a long fly, paying no heed to the wall that would jar his shoulder out of place on impact. Then Cal Ripken, the lone old standby, tomahawked a high Roger Clemens fastball over the left field wall to erase Boston's 4-1 lead. In the 11th, Mickey Tettleton walked, Randy Milligan singled and Craig Worthington looped a blooper to left that scored Tettleton. Three new heroes + one patched-together rally provided an unexpectedly perfect introduction to the season.