CHICAGO Former slugger Bo Jackson is back with the Chicago White Sox, this time as a team ambassador. It is great to again welcome Bo Jackson as a member of the White Sox." "Bo is an American sports legend, who always will hold a special place in hearts of White Sox fans," White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said in a statement. A baseball and football star, Jackson played for the White Sox from 1991 to 1993. Although Jackson played the bulk of his baseball career with the Kansas City Royals, he played for the White Sox in 1991 and '93, and remains a resident of the Chicago area. In his new job, Jackson will make appearances for the organization and serve as a team representative in the community and throughout baseball. "His heroic return from what seemed to be a catastrophic career-ending injury helped us win a division title in 1993, and demonstrated to the sports world an unrivaled will and determination to be the best.