It's not because he tries to throw full-court passes or attempts to dribble through triple-teams: Richardson actually loves Frasor's game. No, Richardson has always doubted Bobby Frasor's competence because of his loyalty to the Chicago White Sox instead of the Chicago Cubs. Yet as a Chicago South Sider, Frasor, not Richardson, is the norm. And like most Sox fans from the South Side, Frasor can rehash nearly every inning of the 2005 World Series, which incites Richardson more. Among those cherished memories is the 14th inning of Game 3. With the Sox tied at 5-5 with the Houston Astros and the game nearly entering its sixth hour, role player Geoff Blum stepped up to the plate for the first time in the Series and delivered the biggest hit of his life as he smashed a two-run homer, bringing the Sox one game closer to history.