The game starts at 3:05 p.m., and retired United States Air Force Staff Sgt. Nicholas Bradley will throw this year's ceremonial first pitch.
Jane McGarry interviews Former President Bush at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, where the "Baseball: America's Presidents, America's Pastime" exhibit has just opened.
Championing this cause is exactly what brought Emna and I together through the Women’s Initiative Fellowship program at the George W. Bush Institute – aimed at empowering and equipping the world’s women to become effective leaders.
Surrounded by dozens of teachers and school administrators, former First Lady Laura Bush helped the George W. Bush Institute launch a new supplemental curriculum for high school students Wednesday.
Committees now determine whether students who fail state tests in fifth or eighth grade can move to the next level. The vast majority of those students go ahead, so struggling high school students are likely to get a diploma, too. This is a bad idea.
Opening day of the George W. Bush Presidential Center’s new baseball exhibit was a hit with visitors.
When asked about baseball’s place in America, new MLB commissioner Rob Manfred spoke candidly about the only time he ever cherished a bit of memorabilia.
President George W. Bush and Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred discussed the current state of the game Friday at the George W. Bush Presidential Center, the night before the opening of the center’s latest exhibit on baseball and the presidency.