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The 2016 Chicago White Sox – An April to Savor

The 2016 Chicago White Sox - An April to Savor

April in Chicago can be wicked on one’s body and soul. One minute, it’s spring, the next, back to winter…. toss in a tease of summer here and there, just to mess with your head. The same can generally be said about early season Chicago baseball too… but not this April! Dare I say this has been […]

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Behind the Scenes – Frank Thomas and Covering the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend

Behind the Scenes - Frank Thomas and Covering the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend

Wow!! That’s really the simplest way for me to summarize my incredible weekend spent in the rolling hills of upstate New York, covering Frank Thomas’s induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame for the Chicago White Sox this past weekend! As some of you already know, I have had the opportunity to cover Frank from […]

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Yesssss! Frank Thomas – Hall of Fame Class of 2014

Yesssss! Frank Thomas - Hall of Fame Class of 2014

He did it! Frank Thomas, arguably the greatest player to wear a Chicago White Sox uniform, became a first-ballot Hall of Famer today, joining Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine as the the incoming Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2014. This announcement was particularity exciting for me, since I had covered Frank from his Major […]

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End of an Era, or Will Paul Konerko Be Back in 2014?

End of an Era, or Will Paul Konerko Be Back in 2014?

Paulie, Paulie, Paulie… the familiar fan chant that thundered throughout Comiskey Park and U.S. Cellular Field whenever Paul Konerko came to bat rang out loud and clear during the White Sox game versus the Royals September 29th… But was it for the last time? The big question during the off season on Chicago’s south side […]

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So long, A.J.! Thanks for eight great seasons. You will be missed on Chicago’s South Side!

So long, A.J.! Thanks for eight great seasons. You will be missed on Chicago's South Side!

Well, the news arrived today…. One of my all-time favorite White Sox players, A.J. Pierzynski, signed a one-year, 7.5M contract to don the” tools of ignorance” for the Texas Rangers (pending passing his physical), thus ending a very fun (especially for me) and exciting 8 year run on Chicago’s South Side. Paul Konerko now stands […]

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Frank Thomas – Next Stop Cooperstown

Frank Thomas - Next Stop Cooperstown

During the last White Sox homestand I covered the unveiling of a larger than life statue of “The Big Hurt”, Frank Thomas.  It’s still hard for me to believe that Frank is now retired and the countdown toward The Big Hurt’s enshrinement into the Baseball Hall of Fame has begun. I am fortunate to have […]

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11 Games in 13 Days

11 Games in 13 Days

The first White Sox homestand of the 2011 season came to a close this past Sunday, and counting my “warm-up” game April 5th between the Cubs and Diamondbacks that meant my stretch of 11 games in 13 days would be coming to an end.  Nothing like getting the season started with the pedal to the […]

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The 2010 Baseball Regular Season-Over and Out

The 2010 Baseball Regular Season-Over and Out

Just as Opening Day brings emotion, optimism and joy to every baseball fan, the last game of the regular season can evoke emotion too, perhaps in a contrasting sort of way.  If your favorite team doesn’t make it to the postseason, that last game can make for an emotionally draining, albeit sad day at the […]

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White Sox-1st Place at the All-Star Break? Yessss!

White Sox-1st Place at the All-Star Break?  Yessss!

As the Chicago White Sox team photographer, I tend to wear my emotions on my sleeve when it comes to how I handle the club’s ups and downs throughout the season.  Right now, I’m riding an emotional high going into the All-Star break, which has given everyone (except the All-Stars themselves) a much needed three […]

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The White Sox-Cubs Rivalry 2010 Series Recap

The White Sox-Cubs Rivalry 2010 Series Recap

Well, the 2010 Crosstown Series between the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs is now history as the White Sox came out on top, winning the inaugural Crosstown Cup. As always, the series featured great action and fun times (especially for White Sox fans), so I thought it would be fun to put together a […]

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The White Sox-Cubs Rivalry. A Chicago Tradition.

The White Sox-Cubs Rivalry.  A Chicago Tradition.

Northside versus Southside, dogs versus cats, Hatfields versus the McCoys, Senior Circuit versus Junior Circuit, call it what you want as Chicago’s baseball bragging rights are put on the line when the White Sox and Cubs tangle for six games of interleague action every summer. Even though the fans and media play up the rivalry, […]

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Justin Bieber! Who’s Next?

Justin Bieber!  Who's Next?

I never know who might show up at a White Sox game on any given night, and May 3rd wasn’t any different.  On this day the word was pop music sensation Justin Bieber would be stopping by U.S. Cellular Field to toss a ceremonial first pitch prior to the game between the White Sox and […]

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Walk-off!!

Walk-off!!

I had a chance to experience one of baseball’s most exciting endings this weekend, on consecutive days no less!  The walk-off, game winning home run.  When it comes to dramatic moments, it’s really hard to beat.  The home run in itself is such a crowd pleaser.  Remember the commercial “Chick’s dig the long ball”?  Nuff […]

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Old Comiskey Park Revisited-19 Years and Counting

Old Comiskey Park Revisited-19 Years and Counting

With U.S. Cellular Field now into its 19th year as home of the Chicago White Sox, it’s hard to believe that on September 30th of this year, 20 years will have gone by since old Comiskey Park played host to its last White Sox game. Shortly thereafter it would ultimately meet the wrecking ball and […]

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Jake Peavy brings a new level of intensity to the Chicago White Sox

Jake Peavy brings a new level of intensity to the Chicago White Sox

I had a lot of fun working with Jake Peavy a few weeks ago…  After discussing the concept for our first program cover with our Design Services staff, I came up with the idea of focusing on the intensity that Jake not only brings to his game, but has brought to the Chicago White Sox […]

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Spring Training fun in the sun

Spring Training fun in the sun

Part of the simple joy of spring training is enjoying the laid back atmosphere of camp while witnessing the array of unusual projects that are planned during this time.  It is so much easier to accomplish many of these while in Arizona because once the regular season starts and the intensity level goes up more […]

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