X different Opening Day Starting Right Fielder in X Seasons (since 1914)
Baseball-Reference takes us back until 1914 and while Retrosheet provides starting pitchers in their game logs, it doesn't have that for other positions.
The 11-year run for the Angels ended with 11 straight opening starts in right by Tim Salmon, while Detroit's 11-year streak began when Al Kaline's personal string of 13 straight opening starts was snapped. The Orioles' streak from 1954-64 represents the franchise's first 11 years after moving from St. Louis to Baltimore.
Here's the full list of right fielders from the teams shown above. Some interesting names here include Larry Doby, who integrated the American League, Pat Seerey, who hit four home runs in one game in 1948 and the presidential George Washington. There's also the single-season doubles leader Earl Webb, who started in 1932 a year after swatting a record 67 two-baggers for the Red Sox, and Mike Chartak, who is one of three players to make the last out of a World Series in his final big league game (George Selkirk 1942, Chartak 1944, Jackie Robinson 1956).