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THIS DAY IN SOX HISTORY: APRIL 14TH

No White Sox today … no worries!

Here’s a look back at what happened on this date in Sox history to spark the old memory bank: 1,330 more words

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Overcoming Associations

We have a NEW PUPPY!
He’s a red and white Pembroke Welsh Corgi— big ears, short legs, no tail.
AND HE IS SO STINKIN’ CUTE! 441 more words

Mary Lamphere

COUNTDOWN TO WHITE SOX OPENING DAY: 45 DAYS (PART II)

45 days until Opening Day, White Sox fans!

Babe Ruth is the all-time leader among visitors to Comiskey Park with 45 home runs.

The “Sultan of Swat’s” first homer at 35th and Shields came on Aug. 33 more words

Baseball

A Moment in Time - 8/23/36

Sunday, August 23, 1936, Comiskey Park, Chicago, and in one of the most beautiful Negro League photos you’ll see, the “East” roster poses for photos prior to the 4th Annual East-West All-Star Game. 343 more words

1930's

Visiting Major League Parks - Complete Set from the 1933-1934 Sporting News

Similar to my Burns-Eye Views of Big League Parks post a while back, from the 1937 Sporting News, this is another interesting series I discovered in the SN archives from a few years earlier, during the 1933-1934 offseason – detailed articles of the major league parks of the day. 344 more words

1930's

Sox Book Review: "Sox and the City" by Richard Roeper

This will be the first of hopefully a series of White Sox books that I read and review. A few months ago I had a substantial Amazon gift card and was looking to see what Sox books were out there. 555 more words

Chicago White Sox

Longtime White Sox organist Nancy Faust: "It was a wonderful career"

Legendary White Sox ballpark organist Nancy Faust visits with Dave Hoekstra for a conversation on her long career providing the soundtrack to the action at Comiskey Park.  76 more words

Chicago White Sox