Mechanical thrombectomy (MTB) is one of the two standard treatment options for Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS) patients. Current clinical guidelines instruct the use of pretreatment imaging to characterize a patient's cerebrovascular flow, as there are many factors that may underlie a patient's successful response to treatment. There is a critical need to leverage pretreatment imaging, taken at admission, to guide potential treatment avenues in an automated fashion. The aim of this study is to develop and validate a fully automated machine learning algorithm to predict the final modified thrombolysis in cerebral infarction (mTICI) score following MTB. A total 321 radiomics features were computed from segmented pretreatment MRI scans for 141 patients. Successful recanalization was defined as mTICI score >= 2c. Different feature selection methods and classification models were examined in this study. Our best performance model achieved 74.42±2.52% AUC, 75.56±4.44% sensitivity, and 76.75±4.55% specificity, showing a good prediction of reperfusion quality using pretreatment MRI. Results suggest that MR images can be informative to predicting patient response to MTB, and further validation with a larger cohort can determine the clinical utility.