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More About Chicago White Sox
Stadium: U.S. Cellular Field
World Series Titles: Three (1906, 1917, 2005
Notable Players: Frank Thomas, Mark Buehrle, Shoeless Joe Jackson, Luke Appling, Ted Lyons, Paul Konerko, Chris Sale, Jose Abreu
The Chicago White Sox may be more well known for infamous reasons. Eight players were banned from baseball for life after they were suspected of intentionally losing games to the Cincinnati Reds in the 1919 World Series. The “Black Sox Scandal” rocked the sport of baseball and nearly killed the sport, but baseball and the White Sox would eventually recover.
From that point on, the White Sox became a routinely competitive franchise. It took them nearly 100 years to win their next World Series title, which they captured in 2005. Since that title, the White Sox have only made it back to the postseason once (2008), but the future is looking up for Chicago. They have one of the brightest young stars in the game, Jose Abreu, and a crop of young players set to join him, Chris Sale and the rest of the Sox as they look to get back to the postseason.
The White Sox play in U.S. Cellular Field, but called Comiskey Park their home from 1910-1990. Named after their former owner Charles Comiskey, Comiskey Park was home to some of the craziest moments in baseball history. Former owner Bill Veeck, a pioneer in marketing, brought all kinds of crazy theme nights to Chicago like the Disco Demolition. He introduced players names on jerseys and explosive fireworks in scoreboards to celebrate home runs and victories. Much of the modern day pageantry in sports is because of the Chicago White Sox. So get some White Sox tickets and take in a game at the Windy City, because you never know what might happen.
Chicago White Sox 2014 Schedule
The Chicago White Sox share rivalries with most of the teams in the AL Central. Games against the Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Royal, Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals can become quite intense. But maybe the most prideful rivalry comes from the team the White Sox share the city with. Whenever the White Sox and Chicago Cubs play, civic pride is on the line. The two teams first met in 1906, and the White Sox won that game 2-1. The White Sox lead the all-time series 49-44, and taking in this rivalry is one of the best that baseball can offer. Check out the Chicago White Sox 2014 schedule and see what games and teams you want to see!