Looking for a little inspiration--perhaps a goose bump or two?  Then let’s turn back the clock to Game 3 of the 2001 World Series.  The world trade center towers lay in ruins, America was still in a state of shock and looking for a way to return to a sense of normalcy.  On the field the Arizona Diamondbacks held a two games to none lead as the series shifted back to New York -- and President George W. Bush agreed to throw out the first pitch as a way to try to help heal the country.