Two-faced Sox Fan

This is the story of a two-faced White Sox fan who went to one game too many this season:

In the first photo we see our friend grinning from ear to ear after a White Sox win early in the season.  They looked like contenders at the time.

In the first photo we see our friend grinning from ear to ear after a White Sox win early in the season. They looked like contenders at the time.

Then, in the second photo, we see the fair-haired lad looking glum later that same season after the Sox took a real drubbing from the Baltimore Orioles.  Oh well.

Then, in the second photo, we see the fair-haired lad looking glum later that same season after the Sox took a real drubbing from the Baltimore Orioles. Oh well.

 

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About charleymckelvy

Charles McKelvy lives and writes in southwest Michigan with his wife and fellow writer, Natalie McKelvy. They established the Dunery Press in 1988 in order to publish their own fiction. They continue to do so to this day. Charles McKelvy is an Eagle Scout.
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5 Responses to Two-faced Sox Fan

  1. No such thing as ‘too much’ baseball…..

    • I agree. Say, the Sox host the Royals on 9/11 when we have our Oblate meeting. Perhaps we could get a group together and go to the game. I suggested it to Prior Peter as well.

      • I will see when we get closer, that is around when my wife and I will be starting RCIA for teens on Sunday evenings, either that weekend or the next, and we meet 6:30-8pm ET. Might be a stretch for a game and getting back in time, as we lose the hour coming back.

      • I intend to be there this Sunday 8/14, alas the Sox are out of town……

  2. I’m an O’s fan (and we’ve sure had our lean years too) but I felt bad for your Sox yesterday. There’s always next year.

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