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Ronald Reagan was not our most athletic president and wouldn't have been even if he'd been 30 years younger when elected. He was not consumed with golf, didn't seem to care much about any of the major sports beyond...
June 14, 2004
Ronald Reagan1911-2004Before he was the Great Communicator, he was a sportscaster in the Midwest, and before he was the leader of the Free World, he was the Gipper. Ronald Reagan's long and varied career culminated...
April 30, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Joe Altobelli, Baltimore Oriole manager, recalling that President Reagan had spent an inning in the team's dugout on Opening Day: "He sat right where I usually sit. I didn't have the heart to say 'Move over.' "
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June 27, 1983 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
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