White Sox legend Bo Jackson sat down with CSN's Chuck Garfien to discuss his baseball childhood and his time with the White Sox.
Jackson, who played baseball and football from 1987-1990, made it look so easy. When asked about his talent on the diamond, he responded by saying he's just a natural.
"Sports always came easy for me and I'm not saying that from a bragging standpoint," said Jackson, "But the first thing I learned how to do when I was a kid - before baseball, way before football, way before any sport - is that I learned how to run and throw a rock better than any kid in my neighborhood."
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Jackson played in two seasons for the South Siders in 1991 and 1993.
In 694 career MLB games, Jackson hit 141 home runs, 415 RBI and had a slash line of .250/.309/.474. That's a not a bad career for a guy who juggled two sports at once for four years.
"To make it all the way to the top of that pinnacle, it's something great," said Jackson. "To be rewarded for it, that's even icing on the cake."
See what else Jackson had to say in the video above.
In this episode of the SportsTalk Live Podcast, Danny Parkins (670 The Score), Chris Bleck (ESPN 1000) and Scott King (WGN Radio) join David Kaplan on the panel.
Ryan Pace’s offseason begins. Josh Sitton and Jerrell Freeman are gone, but what will he do with Kyle Fuller?
Plus, Rick Hahn joins Kap from Glendale, Ariz., to discuss the state of the White Sox rebuild, how tough it is to keep their best prospects in the minors and why Jose Abreu is so important for his young team?
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The White Sox three outfield prospects are creating a lot of buzz at spring training.
On this edition of the podcast, Micker Adolfo tells Chuck Garfien about a conversation they all had about one day becoming the starting outfield for the White Sox. Adolfo talks about his longtime friendship with Eloy Jimenez, his impressions of Luis Robert, Luis Basabe and the White Sox future.
But first, it's a conversation with MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez who has great insight on many of the White Sox players: Jimenez, Robert, Yoan Moncada and Jose Abreu. He tells an amazing story about why Jimenez decided to sign with the Cubs when he was a teenager, how much Abreu is revered in Cuba and much more.
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