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Nancy Faust
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    (March 11, 1947- )
    Chicago White Sox Organist (1970- )
    nicknamed Sweetheart of Comisky Park
    It took until 2005 for her to play at a World Series.
    She can't read sheet music.
    They still played prerecorded music at Chicago White Sox games.
    When a Boston Red Sox player strikes out she plays the theme from 'Cheers.'
    She plays everything from 'The Baby Elephant Walk' to Green Day's 'Boulevard of Broken Dreams.'
    She was named Best Ball Park Organist by Sports Illustrated (1985).
    Since 1970, she miss just five Chicago White Sox home games. Those games were missed when she gave birth (1983).
    She learned play organ at age four.
    She also plays organ for the Bulls and Blackhawks.

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