During a recent conversation with Politico.com, George W. Bush was asked to pick one pitcher he would try to sign if he was still an MLB team owner.
The President's response: Roy Halladay
"[Halladay] is a steady guy, he burns up innings," explained Bush.
Good choice, Mr. President! Good choice. Sure, Halladay's record is 4-5, but we all know that's because he wasn't getting any run support.
To read the interview, click here.