NATIONAL  ·   June 29, 2012

Ron Paul inducted into congressional baseball hall of fame

- Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, on Thursday night was named the newest inductee into the congressional baseball hall of fame. Sporting the same retro, neon orange-and-yellow Astros jersey he wore when he hit his famous home run in 1979, Paul threw out the first pitch of the 51st annual CQ-Roll Call game to his son, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. "Reagan said, 'Paint in bold colors, not pastels,'" Rand joked about his dad's uniform. ()

- Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, on Thursday night was named the newest inductee into the congressional baseball hall of fame. Sporting the same retro, neon orange-and-yellow Astros jersey he wore when he hit his famous home run in 1979, Paul threw out the first pitch of the 51st annual CQ-Roll Call game to his son, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. "Reagan said, 'Paint in bold colors, not pastels,'" Rand joked about his dad's uniform. ()

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