Game On at the White House

It’s been a big day of sports and games around the White House today. The President kicked off the annual White House Easter Egg Roll this morning where thousands of visiting children pushed eggs down the South Lawn. He then headed across town to Nationals Park where he threw out the ceremonial first pitch on the Nats’ Opening Day. That pitch marked the 100th anniversary of Presidential first pitches on Opening Day of baseball season, a tradition inaugurated by William Howard Taft on April 14, 1910.

And you better believe that the President will be watching tonight’s NCAA men’s basketball championship. In the run-up to the Final Four, he took on former NBA player and CBS Sports college basketball commentator Clark Kellogg in a game of HORSE -- rather, POTUS -- at the White House. Watch how he fared against the pro:



UPDATE: New photo of the first pitch:

President Obama Throws Out First Pitch at Nationals Opening Day

President Barack Obama throws out the ceremonial first pitch on the opening day of baseball season at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. April 5, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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