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Favorite Cubs or White Sox Memory from 2011 BP Crosstown Cup? WIN BP GAS!

The annual head-to-head interleague series between the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox has stirred baseball fans’ emotions for 14 years. BP launched its sponsorship with both the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox in 2010, coinciding with formation of the BP Crosstown Cup, the first official structure to the teams’ interleague rivalry, symbolized by a namesake trophy. The trophy, which stands more than three feet tall and weighs 15 pounds, has helped raise the stakes of the series by being rewarded to the winner of the six-game head-to-head series each year. In June 2010, the White Sox took home the inaugural trophy by winning the series four games to two. They won it again this year, by the same 4-2 margin. In 2011 BP Products North America, Inc., official fuel sponsor of the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox, is bringing north- and south-siders together to bare those emotions online and tell what exactly fuels their passion for their favorite team...

BP Crosstown Cup Preview (White Sox Perspective) with Ron Kittle

As the city gears up for the second round of the BP Crosstown Cup, both teams are unfortunately enter the series below .500. In the summer of 2011, the Chicago intra-city series will be more about bragging rights than ever, unless the White Sox can get over the hump and win the AL Central. They’re... Read more »
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