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Sexual hijinks in Sox Park bathroom taint Opening Day

John Kass
12:01 a.m. CDT, April 9, 2010

Opening day at the ballpark. Father and child. The special memories will last a lifetime.

Unfortunately, so will the memory related to me by a fellow lifelong White Sox fan, Dr. Paul Nemeth.

He took his 6-year-old son to Sox Park on Opening Day to see Mark Buehrle pitch and defeat the Cleveland Indians.

This was an Opening Day that Nemeth and his son will never forget. Ever.

"I guess I'm just an old-fashioned kind of guy," said Nemeth, who at 45 isn't exactly a geezer.

Nemeth was born and raised in Sox country, near Archer Avenue and Midway Airport. As an emergency room doctor, he works a lot of hours. But he took a day off from the hospital and they sat in the upper deck, above third base, in Section 544.

They were having a great time. Who wouldn't? He's always loved the Sox and his son loves the Sox too, as would any good, p


Added: Apr-9-2010 Occurred On: Apr-9-2010
By: gregory_peckory
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