Charles Comiskey — American Athlete born on August 15, 1859, died on October 26, 1931

Charles Albert Comiskey, nicknamed "Commy" or "The Old Roman", was an American Major League Baseball player, manager and team owner. He was a key person in the formation of the American League, and was also founding owner of the Chicago White Sox.Comiskey Park, the White Sox' storied baseball stadium, was built under his guidance and named for him... (wikipedia)

It is the small things in life which count; it is the inconsequential leak which empties the biggest reservoir.
To me, baseball is as honorable as any other business. It is the most honest pastime in the world. It has to be, or it could not last a season out. Crookedness and baseball do not mix. It has become immeasurably more popular as the years have gone by. It will be greater yet. This year, 1919, is the greatest season of them all.
There is nothing I enjoy more than to see others enjoy themselves.
I was perfectly satisfied with the West Side of Chicago when I was in knickerbockers. I hope it was with me.
The fellow who can pay only twenty-five cents to see a ball game always will be just as welcome at Comiskey Park as the box seat holder.

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