Bud Selig, 4 Things Chicago White Sox Fans Should Look for at SoxFest

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Bud Selig, 4 Things Chicago White Sox Fans Should Look for at SoxFest
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This weekend, the Chicago White Sox will host SoxFest, their annual gathering with fans to promote the season ahead. Fans will hear Kenny Williams, new manager Robin Ventura, players and others speak. Also, they get a chance to get autographs and to talk to players.

Another notable person that people can talk to is MLB commissioner Bud Selig, who will host a question-and-answer session.

Certain faces that had been familiar to White Sox fans will not be at SoxFest. Mark Buehrle, who had pitched in the White Sox organization ever since they lifted him out of the 38th round of the draft in 1998, took his talents to South Beach to pitch for the Miami Marlins. Ozzie Guillen, who took the Marlins managing job, won't be there to make brash proclamations.

Those White Sox fans willing to fork up the money can pay $50 a for Saturday pass or $70 for a two-day pass. This writer is not up for spending that kind of money for a fan gala.

However, here is a short preview of the event.

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