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City Series special: Talk with our baseball experts

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  • Despite their differences, Cubs fan David Biggs of Midlothian and friend and White Sox fan Patrica Moen of Posen took in Friday's game together.

       Despite their differences, Cubs fan David Biggs of Midlothian and friend and White Sox fan Patrica Moen of Posen took in Friday's game together.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 
 

For White Sox and Cubs fans who want to get warmed up for tonight's Game 2 of the City Series, let us know what's on your mind and we'll give you a chance to fire questions at our baseball experts, Sox beat writer Scot Gregor and Cubs beat writer Bruce Miles, who have covered this rivalry series from the beginning.

First up, you can catch Bruce Miles on WSCR 670-AM today about 10:40 a.m. talking about the series and Kerry Wood's career. If you come to the party late, there's a podcast to download at the Score's website.

Before Sunday's game, you can hear Bruce with Pat Hughes on the WGN 720-AM pregame show from Wrigley.

And The Score's Hit and Run show with Matt Spiegel and Daily Herald columnist Barry Rozner will start their broadcast day at 9 a.m. Sunday with three hours of baseball. You'll find Spiegel's Sunday baseball column online tomorrow morning and in print, along with Mike Imrem's regular column.

Those announcements aside, it's time to fire away with your questions for Bruce and Scot before they sign on from the ballpark later this afternoon. They'll bring you some pregame tidbits, an update on Paul Konerko's status, and more commentary throughout the game.

So tell us what you thought about Game 1, what you expect to see in Game 2, or other questions you have about Chicago's teams.

Click the comment button and have at it.

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