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Tyler Greenawalt | NCAA.com | March 5, 2016

College baseball: George H.W. Bush throws out first pitch at Texas A&M

Former President George H.W. Bush was in attendance when Texas A&M hosted Yale this weekend for a three-game series, and the 41st Commander in Chief threw out the first pitch for the Aggies bout with the Bulldogs.

The Aggies also wore special red, white and blue uniforms in honor of the former President, including the number "41" insignia on the inside of the state of Texas adorned on one of the sleeves of the uniform. The red and white cleats also had the number stitched into the back.

Bush was a first baseman and captain for Yale in the first two College World Series in 1947 and 1948.

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