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White Sox hold first Family Sunday of 2014 season

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CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox will host the first Family Sunday of the 2014 season on Sunday, April 13. Family Sundays are presented by The University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital, and this week's game vs. Cleveland starts at 1:10 p.m., with a pregame autograph session from 11:30 a.m. to noon.
 
This is the second year of Family Sundays, and will cover all 13 Sunday home games. Family Sundays include a free pregame autograph session with select current and former players, postgame kids run the bases (weather permitting) and additional entertainment on the concourse such as arts and crafts, face painters, caricature artists and balloonists. Children also have the opportunity to take a photo with the new White Sox "broadcast dashers."

Family Sundays feature seats in Bleacher, Outfield Reserved, Lower Corner and Premium Upper Box sections for just $15. Upper Box and Upper Reserved Seats are available for $10, and Upper Corner tickets are priced at only $5. Parking is only $10 at each Family Sunday game.

Sunday's game will wrap up an event-filled weekend at U.S. Cellular Field. Friday's 7:10 p.m. game is College and University Night, along with a "K Zone For Sale" game. The "K Zone For Sale" allows fans with Section 154 tickets to get a free shirt and K-card on games that Chris Sale starts. Meanwhile, the first 20,000 fans to Saturday's afternoon game will receive a 1983 White Sox fleece blanket. Saturday also is Girl Scout Day at U.S. Cellular Field.

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