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Top Five Opening Day Home Runs

It was Opening Day around Major League Baseball yesterday, and excited fans packed stadiums from New York to Anaheim. There were 13 games played, so if you missed any of the action here's a rundown of what everyone wants to see: home runs. And it only took one day of play for players to chalk up some big-time dingers. Here are five of our favorites:

Neil Walker walks off the Pirates in the bottom of the 10th (Pittsburgh 1, Chicago 0)

Mike Trout destroys a Felix Hernandez pitch for a two-run blast his first time at the plate (Seattle 10, Angels 3)

Buster Posey drives a two-run blast over the fence to give the Giants the lead in the top of the 9th (San Francisco 9, Arizona 8)

Adam LaRoche sends the ball literally out of the park (Nationals 9, Mets 7)

Jimmy Rollins slams home his 200th career homer (Philadelphia 14, Texas 10)

What was your favorite moment from Opening Day? Let us know in the comments section below!

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