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Chicago White Sox fans put up K signs as Chris Sale gets his fourteenth strike out during the eighth inning against the Texas Rangers on June 19, 2015 at U. S. Cellular Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Rangers defeated the White Sox 2-1. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)

If you’re sick of using the original emojis that come standard on your phone, you can take your White Sox fandom to the next level and use the White Sox emojis.

There are 10 emojis available for both iPhones and Android phones, but these aren’t emoji you can download to your keyboard. These emojis come in the form of stickers, which you copy and paste into text boxes.

The 10 emojis include:

Blue pinwheel

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Red pinwheel

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Green pinwheel

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Southpaw

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White Sox hat

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White Sox heart

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White Sox logos

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“He Gone”

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These emojis come with easy instructions:

How to Use Sox-Mojis iOS 1. Hold your finger on the Sox-Moji you want to send. 2. Select Copy. 3. Open your desired text messaging or social media app. 4. Double tap the typing area and select Paste. 5. Or download to your camera roll and select from there. 6. If downloading, create a new folder to keep your Sox-Mojis in one place. Android 1. Hold your finger on the Sox-Moji you want to send. 2. Select Copy. 3. Open your desired text messaging or social media app. 4. Press the typing area and select Paste.

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