On July 7, 1937, Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first president to attend a Major League Baseball All-Star game. He was also the first to throw out the first pitch at a game.
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.
The Cincinnati Reds @ The Washington Senators Monday, June 6, 1892
The first President to throw out a first pitch in Major League Baseball was William Howard Taft in 1910. So none of the earlier Presidents did. Since then, every US President has tossed a pitch in either the All Star Game, the World Series, or the first game of the baseball season.
William Howard Taft
No he can not.
William Howard Taft was the first to open the major league baseball season by throwing out the first pitch on April 14, 1910. McKinley threw out the first pitch in a minor league game as governor of Ohio before he was President.
Nixon i believe no William howard Taft
Since the tradition was began by Taft in 1910, Jimmy Carter was the only president who never threw out an opening day pitch . He did throw out the first pitch at a World Series game in 1079.
William Howard Taft was the first President to do the honors when he threw a ball from his seat in the stands to the Washington Senator's opening day pitcher, Walter Johnson, on April 14, 1910.
The first recorded game of baseball was in 1846, Hoboken, New Jersey
Alexander Cartwright Invented Baseball and Played in the First Game.
No sitting US president has attended a Superbowl game. Obama stated that if the Bears play in the 2011 game, he might attend.
I think the first baseball game was located in Cooperstown, New York
harry truman The first president to throw out a ceremonial first pitch in Major League baseball was William Howard Taft, who threw out the first pitch for the Washington Senators home opener against the Philadelphia Athletics in 1910.
The first organized baseball game was June 19, 1846 in Hoboken, NJ
10-09-1915 President Woodrow Wilson attends World Series game number two in Philadelphia and becomes the first to attend any Series game. * Have you never tried 'Google'? You can type in this exact question..YES it does take a little reading but I found this answer in less than 5 minutes but Googling your question and skimming through some...it really blows my mind how people do not know how to use the internet*