CHICAGO — If you've ever wanted to sport your favorite White Sox player's jersey and pants, just to feel like a real major leaguer, Saturday's your chance.
That's when the White Sox will open their clubhouse doors for the team's annual holiday sale, which offers fans a chance to buy game-worn equipment.
The "Holiday Blowout" takes place 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field, 333 W. 35th St. Proceeds benefit White Sox Charities.
For sale in the home team's clubhouse will be game-worn jerseys, pants and jackets, game-used bats and autographed items.
In the visitor's clubhouse, shoppers will have their pick of Sox promotional items, photos, books and White Sox magazines and programs.
Team mascot "Southpaw" is scheduled to make a cameo in the sale's first hour, and concessions will available at discounted prices, the team said.
Parking is free and so is admission. Shoppers can enter the ballpark at Gate 2.
Fans also might want to participate in the team's "12 Days of Soxmas" campaign, a contest in which fans and followers of the team's many social media sites are offered a chance to win prizes like tickets to SoxFest, on-field gameday experiences, autographed jerseys and more.