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Vice President Dick Cheney was booed as he threw the ceremonial first pitch at the home opener Tuesday of the Washington Nationals. There was plenty of pomp before the Nationals played the New York Mets to start their second season at home. Cheney didn't bring the home team much luck, as the Nationals managed just three hits in a loss to the Mets. President George Bush , who handled the first-pitch duties with the Nationals last year, tossed out the first pitch at a game in Cincinnati last week. Humphrey did the honors both in and Many fans were late to their seats because security lines at metal detectors -- installed for the president's visit -- were still 20 deep when the game began.