White Sox Faithful Smell World Series Victory The White Sox are one game away from their first World Series victory since 1917. The organist for the White Sox and Alan Schwarz, a writer for Baseball America talk about the commanding Sox lead in the World Series.
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White Sox Faithful Smell World Series Victory

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White Sox Faithful Smell World Series Victory

White Sox Faithful Smell World Series Victory

White Sox Faithful Smell World Series Victory

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Game four of Major League Baseball's World Series continues Wednesday night in Houston. The Houston Astros are trying to avoid a four-game sweep at the hands of the Chicago White Sox.

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'Chicago' performed by Nancy Faust at Old Comiskey, 1977.

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From 2001: Faust talks with NPR's Jeffrey Katz about her role in creating some of baseball's most famous musical traditions.

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White Sox organist Nancy Faust and Alan Schwarz, a writer for Baseball America talk about the commanding Chicago lead.

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Nancy Faust, organist for Chicago White Sox

Alan Schwarz, senior writer for Baseball America and the author of The Numbers Game