The White Sox are selling Nancy Faust’s organ

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White Sox organist Nancy Faust waves to fans on her 35th anniversary palying the organ at U. S. Cellular Field in Chicago Wednesday. Joe Meier/Daily Southtown

You’ve heard Nancy Faust’s organ at the ballpark for years, and now you can hear it in your own living room.

The White Sox are selling the famed organists instrument at their annual holiday sale.

The White Sox haven’t released yet the price of the organ, but who can blame them? This thing is priceless.

Faust began playing a White Sox games in 1970 and did so until her retirement in 2010 – a run that included more than 3,000 games, according to ESPN.

An icon at Comiskey Park, It was Faust who first inspired Harry Caray’s “Take me out the Ballgame” tradition, according to an interview Faust did with whitesoxinteractive.com.

Faust – the Cal Ripken Jr. of organists – missed just five games from 1983 through 2005, All five absences were due to child birth, the interview said.

In addition to 41 seasons (13 different managers) with the White Sox, the beloved organist also played for the Bulls from 1975-1984 and for the Blackhawks from 1984-1989, according to the interview.

WATCH: Nancy Faust interview

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