Even though there's a chance of snow in New York City tonight, a true sign that spring is finally here is today is opening day for the 2011 MLB season.
After 100 years of tradition, this season will not be marked by the President of the United States throwing out the first pitch. Last year's performance by President Barack Obama was less than perfect. Baseball great Bob Uecker called the pitch, "just a bit outside."
Here's a look at our past Presidents who threw out the first pitch. It all began with William Howard Taft in 1910. Jimmy Carter is the only President who didn't throw out an opening day pitch while in office. Harry Truman was the first lefty.