Rest in Peace, Tim Russert

Tim Russert, moderates a discussion among the candidates for the President of Red Sox Nation at Boston University on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2007
(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Wiqan Ang)

NBC News Washington Bureau Chief Tim Russert Has Died
Baseball Hall of Fame Issues Statement

" 'My dad bought tickets way up in the nosebleeds,' Russert says. 'I went down the aisle and tried desperately to get autographs. This one baseball player, Joe Pepitone, pushed me aside and I was crushed. I came back to my seat very dejected and my dad said, �What happened?� I explained it to him and he said, �Don�t ever forget that. It takes as much time to be nice to someone as it does to be a jerk.� It has stayed with me my entire life." -- American Profile, on Tim Russert, Yankees fan, 1.15.2006

Russert Moderated Red Sox Nation Presidential Debate in 2007
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