Pro -- "He excelled as late game replacement."
Con -- "But had a tendency to run into and bean spectators."
Pro -- "Incredible appetite for game."
Con -- "Incredible appetite for game."
Pro -- "Coolest player on the field."
Con -- "Doesn't always play well with others."
If Smith had his way, he says Woodrow Wilson would be the president who would most like to be portrayed at Nationals Park.
"The person who deserves it is because he loved the game, he played the game and if you go to his house you would see a baseball signed by King George X, is Woodrow Wilson," Smith said. "Wilson loved baseball and it was big part of his life."
As for who the professor thinks it will be: Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
"The easiest choice is FDR," he said. "If you are extending what you have already done, FDR is the obvious choice."
On a positive note though, he says, "At least they won't choose James Buchanan."