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ZACHARY,CHRISZACHRY,PATZAGUNIS,MARIEL
ZAGUNIS,MARKZAHN,GEOFFZAMBRANO,CARLOS
ZAMBRANO,VICTORZAMORA,JUNIORZAMORA,OSCAR
ZAMORA,PETEZANNI,DOMZAPATERO,JOSE LUIS RODRIGUEZ
ZAPP,AJZAPP,JIMZARILLA,AL
ZAUCHIN,NORMZAUN,GREGGZAWADZKI,LANCE
ZEBRAZEILE,SHANEZEILE,TODD
ZELL,DANNYZEPP,BILLZERNIAL,GUS
ZERNIGUE,JONZHANG,ZHENWANGZIEGLER,BRAD
ZIMMER,BRADLEYZIMMER,DONZIMMERMAN,BOB
ZIMMERMAN,HEINIEZIMMERMAN,JEFFZIMMERMAN,JERRY
ZIMMERMAN,JORDANZIMMERMAN,RYANZIMMERMANN,JORDAN
ZINICOLA,ZECHZINK,CHARLIEZINK,RYAN
ZINN,GUYZIOMEK,KEVINZIPFEL,BUD
ZISK,RICHIEZITO,BARRYZOBRIST,BEN
ZODIAC KILLERZOLDAK,SAMZOSKY,EDDIE
ZUANICH,MIKEZUBER,JOHNZULETA,JULIO
ZULUZUMAYA,JOELZUMWALT,ALEC
ZUNIZUNINO,MIKEZUNNINO,MIKE
ZUPAN,MARKZUPO,FRANKZUVELLA,PAUL
ZUVERINK,GEORGEZYWICA,MIKE


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On the first day of the 1910 season, William Howard Taft became the first president to throw the ceremonial first pitch. Since then, every president besides Jimmy Carter has thrown at least one ceremonial first ball for Opening Day, the All-Star Game or the World Series.