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Paul Sullivan: The Cubs-White Sox City Series greatest hits, including the Kick, the Rant and the Punch

CHICAGO - The Cubs and White Sox have played 118 games in City Series history, with the Sox holding a two-game edge 60-58.

As the series resumes Tuesday night at Wrigley Field, here are some of the best and worst moments from someone who has covered all 118 games:

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Best villain

A.J. Pierzynski, 2005-2012

Who else? Pierzynski's two-out, three-run homer off Ryan Dempster in the ninth inning of a 2006 game at Wrigley Field gave the Sox a stunning 8-6 win. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it was only the fourth time in the previous 20 years that the Cubs lost a home game in which they led with two outs and no one on base in

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