Jerry Reinsdorf wins a “major award”. Its fragile, must be Italian
Chicago— As the Chicago White Sox prepare to invade Wrigley Field to face the Cubs this weekend for another edition of the Crosstown Series, Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf already should feel like a winner. On June 21, Reinsdorf was one of the recipients of a Jefferson Award, regarded as the “Nobel Prize for public service.”
This sounds like a big deal and everything, but what did he get it for? The article doesn’t say exactly what his charity work was, so I am going to assume that it’s for giving Adam Dunn a job and 56 million dollars. I don’t know how he is supposed to feel like a winner. The White Sox are the worst baseball team in this city not named the Chicago Cubs.
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