CHRIS WALKER, CHICAGO TRIBUNE
April 24, 2001
Moose Skowron: A fixture at White Sox games for decades, the son of a Chicago garbage collector played in eight World Series for the Yankees (seven) and Dodgers (one). He played sports at Weber High School and Purdue University, and had a .293 batting average with eight home runs in 39 World Series games, collecting five championship rings. He died April 27 at 81.
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