Photographs of John McCain, Rudy Giuliani and Judi Giuliani by Carolyn Kaster/AP

It was been a big weekend for Rudy Giuliani! First, the Post reports he's starting up a fund-raising committee to keep Republicans in the State Senate. Then the NY Times reveals his firm will be going into real estate (to diversify Giuliani Partners' business), potentially buying properties in NYC and the DC-area. And, yesterday, the former mayor went to the Yankees-Athletics game at Yankee Stadium with Republican presidential contender--and one-time foe-- Senator John McCain.

Giuliani, with wife Judi, and McCain walked around the stadium, meeting with the teams, talking to some baseball fans, and fielding questions from reporters. When asked if he would consider being McCain's running mate, Giuliani said, "I'm not thinking about any of those things. I know you are! You have a right to think about it. And I have a right not to think about it because we've got an election right now to think about and get it done right." And Giuliani went to work boosting McCain's credentials, saying:

I think the fact that Barack Obama is kind of making his first tour, in essence, of the world, gives you an indication that John McCain is the man with the experience. John doesn't have to go for the first or second time to these places. He's been going for 20, 30 years. He knows the world. He understands the world. Without any disrespect to the other side, he's so far more experienced. ... I think the American people are going to take a look and say, 'We have to be very serious about this. The country has a lot of serious problems. We need a man who has experience.' John McCain has that experience.

Oakland Athletics manager Bob Geren asked McCain what it was like to run for president, said, "It's like being in AA [baseball] and all of a sudden you're playing in Yankee Stadium." Less scripted was when McCain didn't immediately respond to fans chanting his name, Political Radar overheard one fan say, "He can't hear!"