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What better way to celebrate the first visit to that nation by a sitting U.S. president since 1928?
President Obama spent a little unscheduled time with some friends at a little league game in Washington's Friendship Park yesterday.
U.S. President Barack Obama poses for a photo as he visits a little league baseball game at Friendship Park May 19, 2014
A family snapshot from the 1960s shows a very young Obama practicing his baseball swing in a University of Hawaii t-shirt
First Lady Michelle Obama, Chicago Cubs fan? Yes, it's true! In 2008, then-presidential candidate Barack Obama hinted that
Barack Obama--along with Sasha and Malia--took in a baseball game on Friday night: Washington Nationals vs. Chicago White
Lou Piniella was touring the White House with his wife and grandchildren Thursday when he got a five-minute meeting with
President Obama threw the opening pitch at Tuesday's Major League Baseball All-Star game, but this wasn't his first trip
On his flight to the MLB All-Star game in St. Louis on Tuesday, President Obama was joined by legendary ballplayer Willie
In a statement, MLB Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig said: He will be only the fourth president to throw out the ball in
Claude Lewis column (originally in Philadelphia Inquirer), 4/6/95: "Sonia Sotomayor, the federal judge whose injunction seems
GLENDALE, Ariz. - The invitation is out there and now the White Sox are waiting for a reply. President Obama will be in the
The White Sox have formally invited President Obama to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before their season opener April
The Chicago White Sox are aiming to release a President Barack Obama-themed version of their cap in time for the start of
On Tuesday, Obama apologized for the slight (exchange begins at 3:30): Motorcade rolled from Hyde Park at 9:11 am CST, pulled
Both World Series teams happen to be from two important swing states, Florida and Pennsylvania. Kinda puts a new spin on the idea of a state being "in play," doesn't it?
It got late early and the Cubs just gave us more of the same. In what was thought to be a change postseason for Major League Baseball, the North Side nihilists ended up giving hope the finger. The curse will not be reversed.
Barack Obama earned the backing of White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen Friday. "He has to be our president," Guillen told the
We can live with a pseudo terrorist weatherman and narcissistic men of the cloth, but Obama's suicide squeeze into political Ozzieball makes some of us root for an 11th Hour brokered convention. At least Hillary was a Cubs fan for most of her life.