Throwback thursday: Anthony Rizzo played roller hockey

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When you think of 6-foot-3, 240 pound first baseman Anthony Rizzo, you don’t picture him on roller blades.

When Rizzo was a kid, he went through a hockey phase in his life. Maybe that’s why Rizzo is such a huge Blackhawks fan.

Rizzo and the Cubs have supported the Blackhawks throughout their playoff run, wearing customized sweaters after games.

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