During a pregame ceremony, Chicago Fire Commissioner Robert Huff will recognize Chicago Fire Fighter Jason Durbin with the Carter Harrison Award in honor of his courageous actions in December 2009 that resulted in him saving the life of a woman trapped on the 28th floor of a burning building.
Police Sergeant Jason Kaczynski and Police Officer Kimberly Thorp will also be recognized by Chicago Police Commander Eric Carter in recognition of their actions in apprehending a suspect while coming under fire. Also during this ceremony UL will announce donations to select fire and police charities on behalf of UL and in the names of Durbin, Kacyznski and Thorp.
Durbin and Kacyznski will throw out ceremonial first pitches before the White Sox take on the Cleveland Indians, which begins at 7:10 p.m.
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