Mormons sing for Dodgers, Elder Ballard throws pitch

This year, a national competition was held to invite Mormon singers from anywhere in the U.S. to audition to sing the national anthem on Mormon Night at Dodger Stadium.

The two winners -- Shea Owens, a vocal performance major at BYU, and JoDee Stott, a mother from South Ogden, Utah -- had the chance to sing at the Thursday, Aug. 6 game. Owens sang the national anthem before the game, and Stott sang "God Bless America" during the seventh inning stretch.

All six finalists from the national contest appeared at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, joining Elder M. Russell Ballard, who was on hand to throw out the first pitch.

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