READ: The White Sox Amateur City Elite (ACE) 14U team competed against the New York-based DREAM team in a nationally televised exhibition game, titled “A Dream Fulfilled.” Played on the iconic cornstalk field at the movie site prior to the MLB at Field of Dreams game, ACE won the contest 8-7.
WATCH: Twenty young athletes from the Jackie Robinson West Little League spent an afternoon at the ballpark as part of the Players Alliance Gear For Good Tour. All-Star shortstop Tim Anderson shared words of encouragement and signed autographs before the group received personalized equipment kits and swag, enjoyed a pregame meal and cheered on the White Sox.
Pitcher Lucas Giolito hosted a pitching demonstration and Q&A at the ballpark for 25 athletes from the White Sox ACE program as part of Gio's Game Changers, his recently launched community outreach initiative. Learn more about the team's player programs.
READ: White Sox Charities announced cumulative charitable donations of more than $1.8 million over the past year, which includes grant funding to 38 non-profit organizations across Chicagoland. Grantees attended a luncheon at the ballpark, visited with 1983 American League Rookie of the Year Ron Kittle and were honored in a special pregame ceremony.
READ: The White Sox joined other professional sports franchises across the city in renewing the Chicago Sports Alliance. In its fourth year supporting solutions that address gun violence, the Alliance provided $1.5 million in grants to support READI Chicago and the University of Chicago Crime Lab.
The Chicago White Sox and White Sox Charities are proud to share the 2019 White Sox community impact report. This piece illustrates a snapshot of the robust community outreach the organization provides to touch the hearts and homes of children and families throughout the Chicagoland community.