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Awesome Comparisons: American Presidents And Baseball Figures (Vol.5)

Vol. 1 Vol. 2 Vol. 3 Vol. 4 Jimmy Carter- John Francis “Phenomenal” Smith Count Jimmy Carter among the ranks of those that consider his presidency a success. Of course those ‘ranks’ consist of one person- Jimmy Carter. Double digit inflation, an energy crisis, the Iranian hostage situation and an inability to work within his own party were among several factors contributing to the perception of a “Carter ma ...

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Awesome Comparisons: American Presidents And Baseball Figures (Vol.4)

Vol. 1 Vol. 2 Vol. 3 Harry Truman-Mickey Mantle Truman’s authorization to deploy Fat Man and Little Boy against Japan ranks slightly ahead of Dick Cheney’s “go f^*% yourself” to Senator Leahy as the largest bomb dropped in presidential history. The largest bomb in baseball history unofficially belongs to Mickey Mantle, who hit a homerun in 1960 that was estimated to be 634 feet. Dwight Eisenhower- Andrew Mc ...

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Awesome Comparisons: American Presidents And Baseball Figures (Vol.3)

Vol. 1 Vol. 2 Grover Cleveland- Roger Clemens Cleveland served as president from 1885 to 1889 before he was defeated by Benjamin Harrison. He lived a private life for four years before becoming president yet again in 1893. Roger Clemens is baseball's unretirement king. Clemens first retired after the 2003 season before changing his mind in time for the 2004 season. In '04 he said he was "99% sure" of retire ...

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Awesome Comparisons: American Presidents And Baseball Figures (Vol.2)

VOL. 1 James K. Polk- Branch Rickey James K. Polk was among the most important presidents in the first half of the 19th century. Achievements included expanding the U.S. to the Pacific via conquest of Mexico and establishing a treasury system that lasted for the better part of a century. Although (or perhaps because) Polk's presidency was preceded and followed by several forgettable presidencies, his tenure ...

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Awesome Comparisons: American Presidents And Baseball Figures (Vol.1)

The relationship between baseball and U.S. Presidents goes as far back as George Washington. An American soldier at Valley Forge penned that Washington "sometimes throws and catches a ball for hours with his aide-de-camp" (he was probably playing rounders, a precusor to baseball). Since that time, baseball and politics have had as messy of a relationship as Newt Gingrich and his nth wife. From the beautiful ...

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