It’s been 11 years and I still want to refer to the White Sox ballpark as Comiskey rather than U. S. Cellular Field. It’s ingrained in the soul as much as Fenway and Wrigley. But, nonetheless, couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share a great read with you from this morning’s offerings. Here’s an excerpt:
” I am of Irish descent and I have been to Ireland and let me just say that the old joke that one of the shortest books in the world is Great Irish Cooks is actually no joke at all. But Irish Nachos defy those ugly slanders and ignominious legacy and leave you feeling happy, Gaelic, bloated and ready to burp all over the rest of the American League. God Bless Baseball.”
Here’s the entire article written by Terry Keshner at Seamheads.com.
Chicago White Sox Opening Day: Irish Nachos and Baroque Batter’s Box
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