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Byline: Larry Stone
CHICAGO _ Dan Evans gave his heart and soul to the White Sox organization for 20 years, from the day he took an unpaid internship with the club in 1981 while a DePaul undergraduate, to the day in 2000 when he resigned as the team's assistant general manager.
Chicago-born and bred, the product of a Sox-fanatic father and Cub-loving mother, Evans has a unique perspective on what this World Series means to the city of Chicago.
"It's something people don't get unless they've really spent time in Chicago," said Evans, now a member of the Mariners' organization as special advisor to GM Bill Bavasi. "Both teams are charter franchises, which makes it so unlike anywhere else in America.
"You are brought up as either a Cub or Sox fan for the most part. It's very hard for people to root for both. In Chicago, it seems like people hate the other team more than they even love their own team. A lot of people wouldn't …