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20 years later, Robin Ventura remembers Michael Jordan's White Sox debut


Twenty years ago, the biggest name in basketball made his debut in baseball. Michael Jordan went 0-1 in a spring training game with the White Sox on March 4, 1994, beginning his one-year foray into baseball. White Sox manager Robin Ventura was part of that first spring training with Jordan, and remembered how the presence of No. 23 (who wore No. 45, since Ventura wore No. 23) livened up camp. (CSN Chicago)


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