Never-Ending Book Quiz
In 2004, catcher A.J. Pierzynski was widely regarded as a jerk whom none of his previous teammates could tolerate. When he came to the White Sox in 2005, what unlikely person had "extensive conversations" with him, telling him something like, "in baseball you get three strikes and you're out and . . . [you are] standing at the plate with an 0-2 count," according to author Richard Roeper?
Sox and the City: A Fan's Love Affair with the White Sox from the Heartbreak of '67 to the Wizards of Oz
Choose the correct answer:Basketball star Michael Jordan White Sox broadcaster Ken "Hawk" Harrelson The father of the current bat boy, Alvin "Chipmunk" Gore Groundskeeper Roger Bossard
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