White Sox Opening Day

White Sox opening day Tailgating before the White Sox game One of the best days ever at a baseball game.   It started with perfect weather in the mid 70s and ended with a White Sox victory.

In between there was the tailgating before the game which is getting increasingly popular as they have now allowed in the parking lots for a number of years. Thanks to Pete and his friends for a great feast before the game.

There also was the best defensive play I have ever seen by a pitcher when Mark Buerhle fielded a play hit off his leg that went into foul territory by throwing a strike to Paul Konerko backhanded between his legs.  What a great time at the ballpark and the White Sox won 6 to nothing.