Former White Sox star Bo Jackson sits among crowd at U.S. Cellular

SHARE Former White Sox star Bo Jackson sits among crowd at U.S. Cellular
SHARE Former White Sox star Bo Jackson sits among crowd at U.S. Cellular

Bo Jackson played for the White Sox from 1991-1993, but sat out for the 1992 season after dislocating his hip during an NFL game.

Jackson made his way back to Chicago on Wednesday, and the White Sox had a special night surrounding the former dual-sport athlete.

The former White Sox outfielder didn’t sit right behind home plate, but sat with White Sox fans in the upper 100-level section. And all the fans sitting in Jackson’s row received a customized shirt.

It looks like Jackson had some security with him in the stands.

During his two season with the White Sox, Bo Jackson .231 with 19 home runs and 59 RBI.

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