(From The Tuskegee News Online) Freelance photographer Wendell Rogers worked with Brian Summers of Atlanta to have a basketball made with President Barack Obama’s name on the ball, along with the United States seal on it. Summer’s wife, Jocelyn F. Summers, is the chief of staff for First Lady Michelle Obama. “We got the idea, [...]
Wilson, the Official Glove of Major League Baseball, made this one-of-a-kind glove for President Obama that he used to make his ceremonial first pitch at Tuesday’s 80th All-Star Game in St. Louis
Arenas donates $25,000 to Wizards Care, the team’s charitable arm, for the autographed chair that President Obama sat in when the Chicago Bulls came to the Verizon Center on Feb. 27, 2009.
Tonight, President Obama will throw out the first pitch at the All-Star game in St. Louis, and do a half inning of sports commentary in the Fox TV anchor booth.
Last fall, there was a minor wave of people buying replicas of Obama’s high school jersey. Now that he’s taken the next step in his career, perhaps it’s appropriate you can now get a different Obama jersey: Team USA.
I have to say I was pretty happy when I found out Obama played ball. I am not sure if he is that good or not but I respect the fact that he makes time, even being our Commander in Chief, to lace them up and get on the court.
This latest addition to Topps’ Obama Trading Card Line will portray the United States’ newest commander in chief using their patented eTopps refractor technology.
The White Sox and New Era have designed a baseball cap that features Prsident Obama’s last name on the side and on the back of the cap. The fitted hat version has “Obama” written on the side, while the adjustable version has “Obama” written on the back.