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Trump Team
Jim Mattis Centerfield
Elaine Chao Secondbase
Mike Flynn Rightfield
Kellyanne Conway Thirdbase
Sean Spicer Firstbase
Jared Kushner Leftfield
Steve Bannon Catcher
Reince Priebus Shortstop
Donald Trump
45th-elect
Pitcher
Presidents
Jimmy Carter
39th
Shortstop
Richard Nixon
37th
Secondbase
Ronald Reagan
40th
Rightfield
Barack Obama
44th
Leftfield
Gerald Ford
38th
Catcher
Lyndon Johnson
36th
Thirdbase
George H.W. Bush
41st
Firstbase
Bill Clinton
42nd
Centerfield
John Kennedy
35th
Pitcher



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     Inn. 1: Trump Team
[Starter] Kennedy
Mattis            1B         . . X
Chao              7          . . X
*SB:Mattis        SB/E-2     X . .
Flynn             9 SACF     . . . 1
Conway            4-3        . . .
     Inn. 1: Presidents
[Starter] TrumpD
Carter            1B         . . X
Nixon             K          . . X
Reagan            2B         X X .
Obama             8 SACF     . X . 1
Ford              2B         . X . 1
Johnson           BB         . X X
Bush41            8          . X X
     Inn. 2: Trump Team
Spicer            4-3        . . .
Kushner           6-3        . . .
Bannon            6-3        . . .
     Inn. 2: Presidents
Clinton           K          . . .
Kennedy           BB         . . X
Carter            1B         . X X
                  WP         X X .
Nixon             6          X X .
Reagan            K          X X .
     Inn. 3: Trump Team
Priebus           3-1        . . .
TrumpD            8          . . .
Mattis            K          . . .
     Inn. 3: Presidents
Obama             BB         . . X
Ford              6-4 F      . . X
Johnson           2B         X X .
Bush41            1B         . X . 2
Clinton           7          . X .
Kennedy           5-3        . X .
     Inn. 4: Trump Team
Chao              1B         . . X
Flynn             E-3        X . X
Conway            4-6-3 DP   . . . 1
Spicer            7          . . .
     Inn. 4: Presidents
Carter            7          . . .
Nixon             8          . . .
Reagan            4-3        . . .
     Inn. 5: Trump Team
Kushner           7          . . .
Bannon            K          . . .
Priebus           E-4        . . X
TrumpD            1-3        . X .
     Inn. 5: Presidents
Obama             HR         . . . 1
Ford              2B         . X .
Johnson           1B         X . X
Bush41            9 SACF     . . X 1
Clinton           6-4-3 DP   . . .
     Inn. 6: Trump Team
Mattis            1B         . . X
Chao              K          . . X
Flynn             K          . . X
Conway            8          . . X
     Inn. 6: Presidents
Kennedy           1B         . . X
Carter            1B         . X X
Nixon             1B         X X X
Reagan            9 SACF     X . X 1
Obama             1B         . X X 1
Ford              K          . X X
Johnson           5-3        X X .
     Inn. 7: Trump Team
Spicer            7          . . .
Kushner           5-3        . . .
Bannon            7          . . .
     Inn. 7: Presidents
Bush41            9          . . .
Clinton           1B         . . X
Kennedy           4-6 F      . . X
Carter            1B         . X X
Nixon             1B         . X X 1
Reagan            8          . X X
     Inn. 8: Trump Team
Priebus           1B         . . X
*EX:TrumpD (for PH)
*PH:DeVos         3-1        . X .
Mattis            6-3        . X .
Chao              6-3        . X .
     Inn. 8: Presidents
[Relief] TrumpE
Obama             7          . . .
Ford              6-3        . . .
Johnson           8          . . .
     Inn. 9: Trump Team
Flynn             6-3        . . .
Conway            6-3        . . .
Spicer            2B         . X .
Kushner           6-3        . X .
Presidents WIN, 9-2

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Game Date January 19, 2017
Game Duration 3 hours, 33 minutes
Game Weather Partly Sunny. 49oF.
Wind SW 13mph
Umpires John Wilkes Booth

Charles J. Guiteau

Lee Harvey Oswald

Game MCP
Most Cosmic Player
Barack Obama
Official Scorer William Frank Buckley, Jr.
Game Announcer Martin Luther King, Jr.
Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd President of the United States, was the first president to attend a Major League Baseball game. Records indicate he attended at least two ballgames. On June 6, 1892 he saw the home team Washington Senators lose to the Cincinnati Red Legs, 7-4. Less than three weeks later President Harrison watched the Senators lose 9-2 to the Philadelphia Phillies.

Seventeen years went by before another sitting president attended a Major League game. That happened on April 19, 1909 when William Howard Taft, the 27th president watched the home team Senators lose to the Boston Red Sox, 8-4. Taft became a fan of the game. The next year Taft returned and threw out the first ball of the season on April 14, 1910. As one historian writes,

The effect of Taft’s throw was indelible. Once and forever, it wrapped the flag and the president around the game while creating an annual ritual of spring. Since Taft began the custom, every president except Jimmy Carter has made at least one such Opening Day appearance. (FIRST BALL By Paul Dickson, November 2, 2012)
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