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Must Watch: Holocaust survivor sings national anthem prior to Tigers game

On Saturday, 89-year-old Holocaust survivor Hermina Hirsch was able to accomplish a lifelong goal of singing the United States national anthem at a Major League Baseball game.

Thanks to the Detroit Tigers, Hirsch was able to sing the anthem prior the game against the Tampa Bay Rays, and for those in attendance, it will be a moment that lasts with them for a long time.

Take a listen.

National Anthem at Comerica Park ✔️Today's national anthem was performed by 89-year-old Hermina Hirsch, a Holocaust survivor whose bucket list wish was to sing the national anthem at a Detroit Tigers game.

Posted by Detroit Tigers on Saturday, May 21, 2016

Hirsch, who currently lives in Southfield, MI, was 17-years-old when her family was divided and sent to a concentration camp in 1944.

According to WWJ-TV, Hirsch has lived in the Detroit area for around 60 years and has become quite the Tigers fan.

Well done Hermina, and Thank You!

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