Warren Buffett has thrown out the ceremonial first pitch at baseball games before, but he's never had a business all-star as a catcher.
Tonight (Tuesday), Buffett is scheduled to take the mound at Boston's Fenway Park just before the Red Sox play the Tampa Bay Rays. (At 96 years of age, Fenway beats even Buffett's 78 years for longevity.)
His catcher: Jack Welch, the legendary former Chairman of General Electric, and a devoted Red Sox fan. (GE is CNBC's parent company.)
The weather, however, may interfere. As of 10:30a ET, the Weather.com game forecast calls for thunderstorms, with a 70 percent chance of precipitation.
It's a big game for both teams. Boston's 3-0 win last night (Monday), puts them just one-half game behind the Rays in the American League Eastern Division.