Taking a look at the SoxFest schedule

Taking a look at the SoxFest schedule
January 20, 2014, 5:30 pm
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CSN Staff

It's that time of year, White Sox fans.

SoxFest is this weekend at the Palmer House Hilton, and tons of current and former White Sox players will be in attendance, signing autographs, posing for pictures, participating in seminars and otherwise interacting with the fans. Here's a day-by-day breakdown of which players will be where this weekend.

SoxFest kicks off Friday night, with festivities running from 4 to 9 p.m. Harold Baines, Gordon Beckham, Adam Dunn, Adam Eaton, Ed Farmer, Avisail Garcia, Bobby Jenks, Erik Johnson, Micah Johnson, Nate Jones, Paul Konerko, Matt Lindstrom, Gary Peters, Josh Phegley, Alexi Ramirez, Marcus Semien and Steve Stone will be taking part in autograph sessions. Dunn, Lindstrom and newly named Hall of Famer Frank Thomas will be on the photo stage. And a variety of players will be participating in seminars focusing on the Sox bullpen, young players, the offseason and Thomas' Hall-of-Fame career.

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Saturday, events take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jose Abreu, Baines, Beckham, Don Cooper, Dunn, Eaton, Farmer, Garcia, Hawk Harrelson, Jenks, Erik Johnson, Micah Johnson, Jones, Ron Kittle, Konerko, Lindstrom, Bill Melton, Tom Paciorek, Peters, Phegley, Ramirez, Semien, Stone, Thomas, Robin Ventura and Dayan Viciedo will be signing autographs. Garcia, Jenks and Bo Jackson will be on the photo stage. And the day's seminars focus on the remaking of the 2014 team, the Sox Cuban connection, pop culture and left-handed pitchers.

SoxFest wraps up Sunday, with events running from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Abreu, Beckham, Cooper, Dunn, Eaton, Jackson, Jenks, Erik Johnson, Micah Johnson, Jones, Kittle, Konerko, Lindstrom, Carlos May, Peters, Phegley, Ramirez, Semien, Jim Thome, Ventura and Viciedo will sign autographs. Abreu, Beckham, Eaton and Jones will be on the photo stage. And seminars will focus on prospects, home-run hitters and the coaching staff.