Meet the Sodfather

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Major league baseball players and managers may come and go, but in Chicago baseball, one thing stays the same; The Bossards.  Roger Bossard is a third generation groundskeeper who designed and built both the White Sox and Cubs playing fields.  He’s affectionately known as; “The Sodfather.”

(Sports Director Dan Roan, Producer Pam Grimes, and Photojournalist Steve Scheuer contributed to this story)

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