Cops rewarded for NATO with White Sox tickets
May 23, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the White Sox are joining forces to thank Chicago police officers for their service during the NATO summit.
Each officer will receive two tickets to one of 10 select games at U.S. Cellular field this season.
The Sox had a special tribute for the officers during Wednesday's game against the Minnesota Twins. Eight officers represented 12,000 fellow officers in accepting gratitude from the team and their fans.
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