Ten Years Later, Don Cooper Reflects On 9/11

(WSCR) Every American has their own story about Sept. 11, 2001, but White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper has a very unique perspective.

In addition to being a New York native, Cooper and the White Sox happened to be in New York City that day as the White Sox were in the midst of a series with the Yankees.

Suddenly, baseball was put on the back burner and the White Sox didn’t even know how — or when — they were going to be able to leave the city.

Cooper joined The Mully and Hanley Show on 670 The Score and reflected on that fateful day:

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  • Wise Patriot

    search “wtc 7” video of it coming down late in the afternoon are online to view. The way to truly honor those murdered on that day is to work to uphold the liberties the people of this country stand for and closely examine the actions of all branches of government, including all the agencies.

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