Friday, April 29, 2011
Waiting is the hardest part …
We are waiting to hear what, if any, penalty manager Ozzie Guillen receives from Major League Baseball related to his ejection/tweets from Wednesday night …
First Day to Vote in Park
Tonight (and this entire homestand) marks the first chance White Sox fans have to vote in-park for their 2011 All-Stars … of course, you can go online to whitesox.com and vote early and often.
Members of the White Sox Volunteer Corps, White Sox employeesm employees from Constellation Energy and Mark Teahen will volunteer tomorrow from 10 am until 1 pm to plant trees in Armour Park (3300 S. Shields, just north of the ballpark) as part of a joint service day.
The service event is part of the new envoronmental sustainability partnership (say that fast three times) between Constellation Energy and the White Sox. Tomorrow night’s “Green Game” will be powered by Constellation’s purchase of renewable energy certificates (RECs) to cover the typical energy usage on a game day.
Volunteers will place mulch and fibar on the playground, clean up the park and plant trees.
I always assume that everyone is aware of our White Sox Volunteer Corps. I shouldn’t make that assumption. If you want to join almost 5,000 other fans and volunteer for various service events throughout the season — often side-by-side with our players, then visit here and sign up.
I mentioned that Adam Dunn and Gordon Beckham visited MLB’s Fan Cave yesterday in NYC. Here’s an interview with Gordon (not David) Backham …