Occasionally, when President Bush meets a sports team that has won a title, it means something. When the Red Sox visited after winning the World Series in 2004, not only was it a historic victory, but it also allowed Curt Schilling — who had campaigned heavily for Bush after the Red Sox won — to receive a pat on the back from the Prez. (Oh, and thanks for that, Curt.) The day the Red Sox visited in the White House, or the day the Cardinals did, those days meant something.
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