President Bush on Visiting Yankee Stadium for 2001 World Series

The former president discusses why it was so important to visit Yankee Stadium during the World Series.
0:40 | 09/09/15

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There was an expectation that the president would be invited to thrall the first pitch the first game of the World Series between the New York Yankees in the Arizona Diamondbacks. I have ever been to a World Series game. As co managing partner of the Texas Rangers. We meaning come close to going to the World Series. Had been invited by the commissioner and there was some suggest that maybe the best place to go could be Arizona success for game one was being played. I rejected that and a hand. If you're gonna fill out a pitch during a World Series with the Yankees at this point in history there's only one place to go Yankee Stadium.

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