Brandon Green is currently a catcher at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Inspired by his father, he developed a love for baseball over fifteen years ago. This love has sparked him to travel to over 30 states to play the sport.
His dedication and vision have not gone unrecognized.
In 2014 Brandon was a member of the first all African-
American Little League team to win the United States
Little League World Series championship. Following
this victory, Brandon and his teammates were the guest
of former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in the White House Oval Office.
He and some of his teammates were also featured in the August-September issue of Sports Illustrated. Brandon was also the guest of the Major League Baseball commissioner “Bud” Selig for the 2014 World Series. Chicago Magazine voted Brandon’s 2014 championship team as the Chicagoan of the Year. Additionally,
the Chicago White Sox ACE (Amateur City Elite) Baseball Club recognized Brandon’s talents, and he was invited to become a select member of this elite organization. During the 2014 and 2015 season, Brandon received the honor of being voted player of the month by the White Sox ACE Baseball Club.
Brandon’s off the field attributes are equally matched by his athletic ability. He has trained with some of the best including former MLB player Lou Collier in his home town Chicago. In his spare time, Brandon enjoys photography, listening to and playing music. His favorite artist is Kendrick Lamar.