The White Sox have a theme song. Steady yourselves. The Sox have adopted Journey's 1981 hit "Don't Stop Believin'" as their postseason rallying cry, with A.J. Pierzynski blaring the tune in the clubhouse after the team's American League pennant-clinching victory over the Angels on Sunday. The players also sang the tune on the flight home from Anaheim. Now the Sox have invited former Journey frontman Steve Perry to Chicago as a guest for Game 1 of the World Series Saturday at the Cell. "A.J. said, `We've got to get this guy to the World Series,'" Sox vice president of communications, Scott Reifert, told the Tribune. "Now we're just trying to see what we can do and how we can do it."
October 18, 2005
As reported by Terry Armour in the Chicago Tribune
posted at 12:48 PM