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White Sox, MOSI offering deals for fans wearing Hawks gear

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The White Sox are hoping you'll continue to party from Grant Park to the Cell. Fans wearing Hawks gear can buy $15 outfield tickets for Friday's double-header games against the Cleveland Indians. To claim your ticket, just head to any ticket window at the Cell for the roughly half-price deal.

The first pitch is at 4:10 p.m., so there's plenty of time to get to the South Side after the Hawks rally wraps up.

The Museum of Science and Industry is celebrating the Hawks victory too. The museum is giving out free tickets to Blackhawks fans on Saturday and Sunday if you come to the museum wearing a Blackhawks shirt.

The ticket also provides access to the "80 for 80" exhibit of the museum's greatest artifacts from its collection. Access to the "Animal Inside Out" gallery of animal anatomy, the U-505 submarine and other select exhibits cost extra.

The museum is open 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. this weekend.

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