President Bush, who was awarded a Gold Key in 1991, has died
In 1991, the Connecticut Sports Writers Alliance presented a Gold Key to President George H.W. Bush, who grew up in Connecticut and played baseball at Yale University after he served our nation in the armed services during World War II.
Bush passed away earlier on Friday, November 30, at the age of 94. The Hartford Courant’s Dom Amore wrote an outstanding story about Bush’s baseball career at Yale, where he was captain of the baseball team.
Rest in peace, President Bush.