Today I have a very special interview for you. Probably my biggest one yet. It's with a very famous political figure in American history and someone who I am very honored to have interviewed via email. He used to be the President of the United States, and actually co-owned the Texas Rangers for some time. Before I get to the interview, I will do a short bio on the former President.
And now, ladies and gentlemen, here is an exclusive interview about baseball with President George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States of America:
Matt: When you owned the Texas Rangers, if you could’ve added any non-Rangers pitcher and hitter from all of baseball history onto the team, who would it have been and why?
President Bush: For my pitcher, I would have added Sandy Koufax because of his tenacity, power and intelligence. For my hitter, I would have added Willie Mays for his speed, powerful arm and charisma.
Matt: If you could’ve attended any baseball game in history, which one would it have been?
President Bush: Don Larsen's perfect game for the Yankees in Game Five of the 1956 World Series.
Matt: With all your experience as President and as owner of the Rangers, when MLB Commissioner Bud Selig retires, would you be interested in that job?
President Bush: No, I would not be interested in the Commissioner’s job.
Matt: Do you have any suggestions on how to increase baseball history awareness among the younger generation of baseball fans?
President Bush: To increase awareness of baseball history starts with encouraging young folks to play the game in youth leagues and by encouraging young bloggers like you.
Well, that's the interview with the one and only President George W. Bush. I would really like to thank him so much for answering my questions. And a big shout-out to the President's brother, Marvin, for helping out with the interview. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this very special interview and thanks for reading it. Check back in a couple of days for more of "all the buzz on what wuzz."
By the way, if you happen to know of any other Presidents of the United States (or any leaders of other countries) who might want to be interviewed by me, please let me know.