White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf ‘fine’ after medical attention


October 1, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bulls Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf (left) and Chicago Bulls President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Reinsdorf talk during Chicago Bulls media day at the Berto Center. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

The chairman and owner of the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls Jerry Reinsdorf is said to be “fine,” after a medical scare Friday in Cooperstown where he was hospitalized.

In an article by Daryl Van Schouwen wrote the following on the situation:

"“Reinsdorf required medical attention after becoming lightheaded Friday night in Cooperstown, N.Y., according to the team. Tests indicate that he’s fine.”"

The article also stated he was going to be released this morning.

Reinsdorf, 78, has owned the White Sox since 1981, with the team winning the World Series title in 2005. He also owns the Bulls, with the Bulls winning six titles in his tenure as owner. The Bulls won six titles in eight seasons.

As for the White Sox this season, they are 50-54 on the year.

Reinsdorf is in Cooperstown for the induction of Frank Thomas into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Thomas played for the White Sox from 1990-2005, where he was a two-time MVP for the White Sox. Thomas is the last player to win an MVP award for the White Sox.