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Mark Liptak

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White Sox Interactive

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Employment History

Radio

Idaho State Athletics


Affiliations

Chicago Baseball Museum

White Sox Historian


Education

University of Kentucky


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WSI's FLYINGSOCK.COM. Chicago White Sox Coverage with Totally Biased Attitude!

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by Mark Liptak
A series of key games and glorious audio memories from 1972 on the South Side, another EXCLUSIVE from WSI and Mark Liptak! by Mark Liptak Heroes of the 1972 red pinstripes-clad Sox recall past glory, another WSI EXCLUSIVE by Mark Liptak! WSI's Mark Liptak takes WSI's totally biased fans on an exhaustive review of key events and quotable quotes every Sox Fan should know. Sox and the Media Part I. What Sox media coverage came before 2005 and what has resulted in the time since our Sox won Chicago's first baseball championship in 8+ decades is a subject of great interest -- and sometimes anger -- for a very large number of Sox Fans. How do the fans, the players -- and yes, even members of the media -- recount the sordid history of our Sox and wider world observing their efforts, whether as disinterested parties or rabid partisans. WSI's Mark Liptak takes WSI's totally biased fans on an exhaustive review of key events and quotable quotes every Sox Fan should know.


WSI's FlyingSock.com News System

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By Mark Liptak
Dick Allen and WSI's Mark Liptak during banquet at the Stadium Club in U.S. Cellular Field. Please e-mail Mark at mliptak1@msn.com Editor's Note: Mark Liptak is an experienced sports journalist, holding several awards for both his electronic and print media work. He has held numerous sports reporting positions for various TV and newspaper organizations, including Director of Sports for KNOE-TV (Monroe, Louisiana) and KPVI-TV (Pocatello, Idaho), and sports writer for the Idaho Falls Free Press, where his column "Lip Service" has appeared for for a number of years. "Lip", his wife, and cats presently live in Chubbuck, Idaho, where they collectively comprise 100 percent of the Pocatello River Valley's long-time Sox Fan population.


WSI's FlyingSock.com News System

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By Mark Liptak
Eric spoke with WSI's Mark Liptak about overcoming what for many, should have been a career ending injury, and a Summer when Sox fans dared to dream the "impossible dream"of a World Series, with the Cubs an afterthought in Chicago. After all how many poets do you know who played 3 rd base for the Sox?"-Mark Liptak Editor's Note: Mark Liptak is an experienced sports journalist, holding several awards for both his electronic and print media work. He has held numerous sports reporting positions for various TV and newspaper organizations, including Director of Sports for KNOE-TV (Monroe, Louisiana) and KPVI-TV (Pocatello, Idaho), and sports writer for the Idaho Falls Free Press, where his column "Lip Service" has appeared for for a number of years. "Lip", his wife, and cats presently live in Chubbuck, Idaho, where they collectively comprise 100 percent of the Pocatello River Valley's long-time Sox Fan population.


WSI's FlyingSock.com News System

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Snyder spoke with WSI's Mark Liptak from his home in the Salt Lake City area about baseball, the Sox, Walt Hriniak., and having two of the best players of the 90's as White Sox teammates.
Editor's Note: Mark Liptak is an experienced sports journalist, holding several awards for both his electronic and print media work. He has held numerous sports reporting positions for various TV and newspaper organizations, including Director of Sports for KNOE-TV (Monroe, Louisiana) and KPVI-TV (Pocatello, Idaho), and sports writer for the Idaho Falls Free Press, where his column "Lip Service" has appeared for for a number of years. "Lip", his wife, and cats presently live in Chubbuck, Idaho, where they collectively comprise 100 percent of the Pocatello River Valley's long-time Sox Fan population.


WSI's FlyingSock.com News System

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By Mark Liptak
WSI's Mark Liptak talked with Jerry about that magnificent 1983 season, about his greatest prank pulled on then Mariners pitcher Gaylord Perry, about what went on during the recent 20 th anniversary reunion of the 1983 team, about a little known incident during the 1969 World Series that still drives Earl Weaver crazy, and considering the troubles the Sox have had the past few seasons, what qualities are needed for someone to be a great manager. Editor's Note: Mark Liptak is an experienced sports journalist, holding several awards for both his electronic and print media work. He has held numerous sports reporting positions for various TV and newspaper organizations, including Director of Sports for KNOE-TV (Monroe, Louisiana) and KPVI-TV (Pocatello, Idaho), and sports writer for the Idaho Falls Free Press, where his column "Lip Service" has appeared for for a number of years. "Lip", his wife, and cats presently live in Chubbuck, Idaho, where they collectively comprise 100 percent of the Pocatello River Valley's long-time Sox Fan population.


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