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White Sox announce Texas series activities

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WHAT:          Chicago White Sox promotional highlights, giveaways and ceremonial first pitches for this upcoming weekend series vs. the Texas Rangers. 

Tickets for the Texas series feature lower reserved seats as low as $20 and tickets in the upper level as low as $7. Sunday is Family Sunday, presented by The University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital, with tickets as low as $5 in the upper deck, lower level tickets starting at $15 and parking available for only $10.

Friday's game will be televised on WCIU, Saturday's game will be aired nationally on MLB Network and locally on CSN. CSN will broadcast the game on Sunday.

All three games will air on WSCR-AM 670 (The Score), the White Sox flagship radio station, and 97.5 FM ESPN Deportes, the White Sox Spanish-language radio affiliate.

WHEN:          Friday, August 23, 7:10 p.m. vs. Texas Rangers

Elvis Night and Fireworks presented by Saint Xavier University

National Anthem by Doug Church

Ceremonial First Pitch by Nick Urso, Saint Xavier University

Nick Urso, President of Bear Cartage & Intermodal, Inc., is an alumni of Saint Xavier University, where he graduated in 1999.

The Elvis Night celebration will feature live entertainment at Gate 4 with Elvis tribute artist Doug Church. There also will be an Elvis party shop located near the Gate 4 stage prior to the game and on the 100-level concourse until the fourth inning. Additionally, the Frog-X Parachute Team will descend into the park wearing Elvis attire prior to the National Anthem, and before the postgame concert featuring Vegas style showgirls and Doug Church. The concert will conclude with a fireworks display presented by Saint Xavier University set to Elvis music.

Saturday, August 24, 6:10 p.m. vs. Texas Rangers

Civil Rights Game

National Anthem by Charice

                        Ceremonial First Pitch Will Be a Special Generational Tribute to the Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Game will pay tribute to all those who fought on and off the field for equal rights for all Americans. The game, along with the ancillary events, allow MLB to pay tribute to all of those who have fought and continue to fight injustice.

Sunday, August 25, 1:10 p.m. vs. Texas Rangers

Family Sunday, presented by The University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital

National Anthem: Myles Hayes

Ceremonial First Pitch by Jerry Hairston

Jerry Hairston, former White Sox outfielder, was a member of the 1983 A.L. West Championship team. Hairston joined the White Sox in 1970 and made his major league debut for the team in 1973 at age 21. Hairston's playing career lasted over a decade, which he played the majority of with the White Sox.

WHERE:        U.S. Cellular Field

Chicago, Ill.

TICKETS:     Tickets for all three games of the series are available at whitesox.com, orgullosox.com, the U.S. Cellular Field ticket office and through Ticketmaster. 

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