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Viva Magglio
11-09-2001, 08:17 PM
This week, I made my reservations for the offseason fun of White Sox baseball. First, I made my arrangements to be in Tuscon March 21-24. I am hopeful that there will be White Sox baseball at Tucson Electric Park, but I will still go down there even if some labor issue prevents games from being played. I'll have the Arizona Wildcats hosting the archrival Arizona State Sun Devils to satisfy my baseball fix, and Tucson is a nice place for weekend R & R.

Tucson Baseball (http://www.tucsonbaseball.com)

I have also made my arrangements for SoxFest 2002 where Frank Thomas, Mágglio Ordóńez, and others are scheduled to appear. Those of you who go to SoxFest know what kind of fun it is, especially if you're smart enough to avoid autograph lines! The nightly rate of $115 plux tax is extremely reasonable for a hotel like the Hyatt Regency Chicago. The best part for those who stay at the hotel is not the fest itself but after hours. Among other things, several players patronize the overpriced bar overlooking the lobby. Also, Michigan Avenue is a beautiful walk a night.

SoxFest 2002 (http://whitesox.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/cws/news/cws_news_story.jsp?article_id=cws_20010920_soxfest 02_news&team_id=cws)

MikeKreevich
11-10-2001, 08:23 AM
Have fun and keep us posted on the state of Frank Thomas's love handles.

GASHWOUND
11-10-2001, 10:40 AM
Originally posted by ˇViva Mágglio!
This week, I made my reservations for the offseason fun of White Sox baseball. First, I made my arrangements to be in Tuscon March 21-24. I am hopeful that there will be White Sox baseball at Tucson Electric Park, but I will still go down there even if some labor issue prevents games from being played. I'll have the Arizona Wildcats hosting the archrival Arizona State Sun Devils to satisfy my baseball fix, and Tucson is a nice place for weekend R & R.

Tucson Baseball (http://www.tucsonbaseball.com)

I have also made my arrangements for SoxFest 2002 where Frank Thomas, Mágglio Ordóńez, and others are scheduled to appear. Those of you who go to SoxFest know what kind of fun it is, especially if you're smart enough to avoid autograph lines! The nightly rate of $115 plux tax is extremely reasonable for a hotel like the Hyatt Regency Chicago. The best part for those who stay at the hotel is not the fest itself but after hours. Among other things, several players patronize the overpriced bar overlooking the lobby. Also, Michigan Avenue is a beautiful walk a night.

SoxFest 2002 (http://whitesox.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/cws/news/cws_news_story.jsp?article_id=cws_20010920_soxfest 02_news&team_id=cws)

Well, I can't go to Tuscon but I will be attending my second consecutive Soxfest. I went to 2001 SoxFest and was excellent. I love going into the city and attending stuff like that. You'll reconize me there cause I'll be the only one wearing a Royce Clayton jersey.
But I may not be there for long, I'll probably be belted with baseballs or something if someone notices the jersey.
Hey, I like livin' on the edge:)
But I will attend, hoping that the 2002 season will turn out what was suppose to be our 2001 season which came off the hope from the 2000 season.(Uhh, did that make sense?)
See you there!

Soxheads
11-10-2001, 12:53 PM
There should be a WSI get-together or something there.