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Hemond has appreciation for Chicago's past

By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / October 27, 2005

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HOUSTON -- Other than first baseman Paul Konerko , who was born in Rhode Island but moved away at age 7, no New Englander had a greater right to be happy with a White Sox World Series title than Roland Hemond , the beloved baseball lifer from Central Falls, R.I., who was general manager of the White Sox and two-time ... (Full article: 1103 words)

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