Victoria Coleman
NBC Chicago
May 22, 2012

The White Sox want to give Chicago Police a free day at the ballpark for a job well done during the NATO Summit.

Sworn members of the Chicago Police Department will be offered two complimentary tickets to one of 10 select White Sox games. The team said it was Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s idea.

“Mayor Emanuel asked the White Sox organization to join the city of Chicago in honoring the men and women of the Chicago Police Department who represent the most dedicated and finest of our great city, and we are proud to recognize their service,” said White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf in a statement.

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