4th of July with Martha Black, White Sox

Join Experience Baseball in Chicago on July 4th as we host Martha Jo Black, daughter of 1952 N.L. Rookie of the Year, Joe Black, at an exclusive dinner and presentation in an event suite at U.S. Cellular Field.

Stick around and enjoy the White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners ballgame and Fourth of July fireworks in the suite.

Proceeds benefit our friends and partners at Lost Boyz, Inc. in Chicago.
Eventbrite - 4th of July with Martha Jo Black and the Chicago White Sox

A limited number of parking passes are available upon request on a first come, first served basis. Food will be provided at the event.

The event will begin at 4:00pm on Friday, July 4. Gate information and meeting time will be emailed to you upon ticket purchase.

Martha Jo Black

Joe Black: More than a DodgerMartha Jo Black is the daughter of 1952 N.L. Rookie of the Year and former Negro Leaguer, Joe Black. She is the author of Joe Black: More than a Dodger, available in 2015, the first biography of her father that “tells the story not only of a baseball great who broke through the color line, but also of the father she knew and loved.” Martha Black will speak about Joe Black’s life as a ballplayer, as a businessman, and as a father.

Martha Black is the Coordinator for White Sox Experiences with the Chicago White Sox.

Lost Boyz, Inc. in Chicago

Lost Boyz Inc. is a not-for-profit organization with a common interest in community development in disadvantaged neighborhoods. Their efforts are directed towards revitalizing organized sports, fostering learning and innovation in youth, promoting public safety, and stimulating local urban economies.

Lost Boyz stands as an organization focused on preparing low-income families and youth from the South Shore neighborhood to lead the future.

Eventbrite - 4th of July with Martha Jo Black and the Chicago White Sox

For more information, email tobias@experiencebaseball.org.