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Lincoln Park »

The new Rosemont minor league team will sponsor $1 hot dogs at the Wiener's Circle from 4-7 p.m. Friday.

Bridgeport »

More than 20 years ago, Benetti wrote he "would like to be the White Sox sportscaster."

Washington Heights »

The fifth overall pick in the MLB draft wants to prove positive things can come from the South Side.

Bridgeport »

The Sox franchise started in 1888, before the team was bought and moved to Chicago by Charles Comiskey.

Wrigleyville »

Ring-billed gulls frequently descend on Wrigley to dine on discarded peanuts, Cracker Jack and hotdogs.

Downtown »

Sarah Sachs is one of only a handful of female head team photographers in Major League Baseball.

Wrigleyville »

Both teams planned to open gates early for their home openers to get fans through security checks.

Little Italy »

Family and friends paid tribute to the White Sox Legend at his visitation Friday.

Lakeview »

The bar's owner, Danny Beck, is a huge fan of the Royals, who are in their 1st World Series since 1985.

River North »

A Chicago-based company sells original art — and now prints — with Sandy Koufax and other Jewish stars.

Humboldt Park »

Chicago resident Jeremy Scheuch, who sports a signature mustache, is riding the wave of Royals ecstasy.

Wrigleyville »

Former Wrigley Field usher Bruce Bohrer's new book highlights memories from the best seat in the house.

Roseland »

Granderson, a New York Mets outfielder and UIC grad, plays the role of mentor for Ray, of Roseland.

Pullman »

The huge complex has room for three big league-sized infields, basketball courts and soccer fields.