Ray Liotta's portrayal of Shoeless Joe Jackson was legendary.

Field of Dreams, starring Ray Liotta and Kevin Costner, is still a popular film among Chicago White Sox fans, as we've seen in the last year or so.

Last summer's game on sight between the White Sox and the New York Yankees will be remembered as one of the greatest regular-season games ever.

The character of Shoeless Joe Jackson was crucial in the film. It was incredible to see that beautiful early 1900s White Sox jersey on a field in the middle of a cornfield under the lights. Everyone will remember it for the rest of their lives.

Of course, Liotta was the actor who played Shoeless Joe in that iconic role. On Thursday, it was announced that Liotta had died at the age of 67.

Many people will remember him for various reasons, but White Sox fans will remember Field of Dreams forever.

Clearly, this film means a lot to people. They decided to construct a Major League-sized field at the site so that two of the American League's oldest teams could play there on national television.

It is truly a cultural phenomenon, and Liotta played a significant role in it.

In addition to Field of Dreams, Liotta had a legendary 35-year acting career that included films such as Goodfellas, which is regarded as one of the greatest films of all time.

It has been a pleasure to watch him perform over the years, and it is difficult to hear this news.

Field of Dreams will live on in the hearts of many families across the United States of America. One of the truly great moments in cinema history was Shoeless Joe Jackson's magical ability to return from the dead and allow Ray to play catch with his father John again.

Field of Dreams will live on in the hearts of many families across the United States of America. One of the truly great moments in cinema history was Shoeless Joe Jackson's magical ability to return from the dead and allow Ray to play catch with his father John again.