Baseball Hall of Fame inducts the baseball bat that Jack White used in Cooperstown, New York on May 27. The bat comes from White's baseball bat company Warstic.
Los Angeles second baseman Ian Kinsler announced on Friday that White's bat has been enshrined in the museum in Cooperstown. Prior to the singer's concert on May 27, White's Warstic Woodmen's baseball team competed against the Leatherstocking All-Stars.
As of late, Warstic has created 50 replicas of White's bat. Each one was numbered and signed by the singer. The limited-edition bats were sold later. The proceeds were donated to White's charity.
Jack White's Baseball Bat Company
White first gained interest in the world of baseball after he was given a tour of the Hall of Fame in 2014. During this time, the singer met Hall of Famer Mr. Tiger Al Kaline. Prior to this, White has declared that he is a huge fan of the Detroit Tigers.
Two years later, the singer invested in Warstic, his baseball bat company. In his attempt to market his range of bats, White recorded the song "Battle Cry." The song was released last year.
Musician Jack White
White is an American singer and songwriter. He is best known as the frontman of the White Stripes. As of late, he has won 12 Grammy Awards. All three of his solo albums have also reached number 1 on the Billboard charts. Rolling Stone has dubbed White as one of the greatest guitarists of all time.
The musician founded the White Stripes with Meg White in 1997. Years later, the duo dropped their debut album White Blood Cells. One of the songs in the compilation titled "Fell In Love With A Girl" became a massive hit.
Jack White's Songs
Other than the White Stripes, the singer also founded several other bands like The Raconteurs in 2006 and the Dead Weather 2009.
Some of White's hit songs across his albums are "Over and Over and Over," "Connected By Love," "Love Interruption," "Lazaretto," "Respect Commander," "Would You Fight For My Love," "I'm Shakin'," "Love Is Blindness," "Sixteen Saltines," "Freedom At 21," "Another Way To Die," "High Ball Stepper," "Steady, As She Goes," "Ice Station Zebra," "Corporation," "That Black Bat Licorice," and more.