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Jews In Baseball Mosaic

Cellular One White Sox vs Angels

Cellular One Night Game Panorama

Cellular One White Sox Home Run Celebration

Cellular One Night Game Wide Angle Panorama

1972 White Sox Stars Celebration

Cellular One White Sox Mosaic from 2005 Championship Team


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Dunn 40th Home Run Fireworks

Konerko Career Tribute

Cellular One White Sox vs Tigers Panoramic View

Kevin Youkalis Stats

Kevin Youkalis, Sox 3B in the hole

Kevin Youkalis batting form before dropping hands

Chicago Jewish Baseball Mavens- Theo Epstein (left), Jerry Reinsdorf (right) with Gabe Kapler (center)

Chicago White Sox, Cellular One Field, and Jews in Baseball.
This gallery featues images of Chicago White Sox and most a mosaic honoring Paul Konerko and his great career with the White Sox. In addition, the gallery also features Cellular One Field, and some former/ current Chicago White Sox stars such as Kevin Youkalis, Adam Dunn, and John Danks. Note the close up of Kevin Youkalis's batting grip

The gallery also contains a distinctive mosaic of Jews and baseball featuring names of Jewish baseball players, past, current and the three inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. †Another image includes ewish Baseball Mavens Theo Epstein and Jerry Reinsdorf talking with Gabe Kapler.

The image entitled "Dunn 40th Home Run Fireworks" captures the magical moment of the fire works celebration of Adam Dunnís 40th Home Run. The view is from the 670 Score Suite at Cellular One Field on September 24, 2012. Two innings later, Dunn hit a three run homer to win the game and maintain a one game lead over the Detroit Tigers.

Adam Dunn rescued the Sox with two home runs, none bigger than his three-run blast in the eighth inning off Indians reliever Vinnie Pestano (3-3) that proved to be the difference in a 5-4 victory. After striking out during his first two plate appearances, Dunn and hitting coach Jeff Manto went into the clubhouse to review video of these at-bats. Dunn made adjustments to his swing and then proceeded to clobber a 400-foot-plus solo blast in the sixth inning. This was followed with a dramatic three run homer in the eighth inning. The White Sox went on to win 5-4, keeping their one game lead over the Detroit Tigers.

This image was shot from the 670 Score CBS Radio Station suite during the bottom of the sixth inning. The final image is a composite of 30 high resolution photographs starting with Adam Dunn in the on deck circle, rounding first base after the homer, the center field score board showing Dunn round third base while the fire works and other scoreboards celebrate the 400 foot blast.