Former President George W. Bush threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Game 5 of the World Series with father and former President George H.W. Bush on the field cheering him on.
The younger Bush was a former controlling owner of the Texas Rangers, but donned an Astros jacket and received a nice round of applause when he stepped on the mound. He then made a nice, firm toss to Houston ace Justin Verlander.
The elder Bush, who is 93 and in a wheelchair, was handed a ball when he came onto the field. The one-time Yale first baseman held it with a perfect grip as the crowd cheered.
The two talked with Verlander for a couple of minutes before posing for pictures with him. They also took pitchers with Astros owner Jim Crane and his wife Whitney.
The 41st president then announced "Let's play ball" to the crowd as his son stood behind him smiling.
This wasn't the first time the 43rd president has thrown out a first pitch at the World Series. He famously did it in Game 3 of the 2001 World Series in New York when the Yankees played the Diamondbacks less than two months after 9/11. That time he wore a black jacket with "FDNY" on the back to honor the firefighters killed in the terrorist attacks.
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