Found April 29, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Red Sox took on the White Sox on Sunday. But before the game, a different White Sox squad had some questions for Boston hurler Rich Hill. The Parkway National White Sox -- a Little League team from West Roxbury, Mass. -- dropped by the NESN studio. During their visit, they asked Hill questions that ranged from his favorite sport growing up to which players he admired. Check out the video above to hear all that and more.
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