Jackie Bradley Jr. Fights Back Against Critics Of His Decision To Skip White House TripRed Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. has apparently faced some backlash after telling The Boston Globe this week that he won't be in attendance when the Red Sox make their celebratory trip to the White House on May 9.
Jackie Bradley Jr. Says He Won't Visit White House With Red SoxThe defending World Series champion Red Sox are set to visit the White House in May, but their slick-fielding center fielder will not be part of the festivities.
Mookie Betts Will Not Visit White House With Red SoxWhen the Red Sox visit the White House in May, the defending World Series champs will do so without their best player.
Red Sox Postpone White House Visit Due To Government ShutdownThe Boston Red Sox' trip to visit Donald Trump in the White House is on hold.
Red Sox Manager Cora Hedges On White House VisitRed Sox manager Alex Cora indicated that he may skip the World Series celebration at the White House over President Donald Trump's policies toward Puerto Rico.
Red Sox Will Visit The White House On February 15The Red Sox will visit the White House on February 15 to celebrate their World Series victory.
Keller @ Large: Government Shutdown Blame GameMost members of Congress have gone home for the holidays, but the lights are on at the White House where the president continues to push for a shutdown deal that includes border wall funding.
Alex Cora Says He'll Respect White House Decision By Red SoxThe World Series champion Red Sox are still deciding whether or not they'll go to the White House, but manager Alex Cora said he and his players will respect whatever decision the team makes.
CNN Reporter Restricted From Covering Open White House EventA CNN correspondent said she was barred from attending an open press event Wednesday at the White House because of questions she asked President Trump earlier in the day.
Trump Will Not Be Inviting NBA Champs To White HouseWhichever team wins the championship, Donald Trump says he won't be inviting them to the White House.
NBA Playoff Talk Turns To Trump And White House VisitsLeBron James knows for certain that this year's NBA champion, be it the Cavaliers or Warriors, will not visit the White House.