Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd President of the U.S., was the first president to go to a Major League baseball game. He was president from 1889 to 1893. Harrison had previously served as a Senator from Indiana.
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There is not a Major League Baseball President, however there is a Commissioner of Baseball (which is practically the same thing). The current Commissioner is Bud Selig makes about $22 million per year.
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Benjamin Harrison was the first president to attend a major league baseball game.
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major league managers who never played in a major league game
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