Michael Jordan was the greatest basketball player that played forthe White Sox.
1963 Chicago White Sox Team Signed Baseball .
A 1963 Chicago White Sox Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Fox, Lopez, Wilhelm, Peters, and DeBusschere is worth about $200.-$250..
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The South side of Chicago.
The White Sox wound up with an 87-67 record in 1972 and finished in second place in the American League's Western Division, 5 1/2 games behind the Oakland Athletics.
Manager Kenny Williams makes $260,000 as a salary.
This is an arguable matter, but if you are talking about the 2015teams, the Cubs have a better record so far. The Cubs are 75-57while being third in their division and second in the Wild Card,and the White Sox are 62-70 while being fourth in their division.The Cubs are most likely to end up with the...
The White Sox entered the 2009 season as the defending A.L. Central Champs. However, the 2009 season was a disappointment as they could not defend their crown and finished in 3rd place, behind Minnesota and Detroit with a 79-83 record. They ended up 7.5 games out of first.
The Chicago White Sox won the 1906 World Series by beating the Chicato Cubs four games to two. The final game of the Series, won by the White Sox 8-3 was played on October 14 at Comiskey Park.
The Chicago White Sox beat the Houston Astros in 4 games in the World Series.
The Chicago White Sox played the Houston Astros in the 2005 World Series. The White Sox swept the Astros in 4 games giving Chicago it's first Championship in 88 years!
1969-1970: 2B Bobby Knoop 1976: C George Enright
The starting or primary catchers for the White Sox in the 50s were: 1950 and 1951 - Phil Masi 1952 through 1959 - Sherm Lollar
Because he works for WGN a Chicago owned station, although it is broadcasted through many different states, he probably makes around $150,000 a year a pretty well paid guy.
There are lots of people alive who know about the "Black Sox Scandal" due to the books, movie and historical accounts of the incident. However, since the "scandal" occured in 1919, over 90 years ago, there may be a few people alive today that would have a "first hand" knowledge of the event, but not...
The Designated Hitter rule was adopted by the American League in 1973. The White Sox used almost every player on its roster as the DH at some time during the season, but their primary DH was Carlos May who was DH in 75 of the Sox games. He also played in the outfield in 70 games that season.
The Boston Red Sox adopted the name "Red Sox" as their official name late in 1907. Prior to the change, the Red Sox were known as the Boston Americans.
Game 1 of the 2005 World Series was played on Saturday, October 22, 2005 at US Cellular Field. The four game series ended on Wednesday, October 26, 2005 at Minute Maid Park.
In 2009, the Chicago White Sox played 162 games . They finished with a 79-83 record.
Doug Adams played 2nd base for the Chicago White Sox in 8 games in 1969.
The Boston Red Sox have won two championships in the last 10 years. They are far better.
Charlie Haeger, Bartolo Colon, Jim Parque, Wilson Alvarez, Jack McDowell, Jim Winn, Joe Cowley, Britt Burns
Its worth what someones willing to pay for it.....
According to the 1993 edition of Baseball Encyclopedia, there was a pitcher for the White Sox between 1969-1977 named Bart Johnson. He was born in Torrance, CA. and had a career record of 43-51.
Paul Konerko,The First Baseman for the Chicago White Sox(he wears the number 14) had a total number of 326 Home-Runs.
not as many times as the cubs beat the sox
"Sox" or "socks" is a plural word, it does not require an additional S at the end, even when spelled "sox". Please see the Related questions below for "What rhymes with socks?"
The Cubs obtained pitchers Steve Stone and Ken Frailing and catcher Steve Swisher.
The White Sox were the best team in baseball in the late 1910's having won the World Series in 1917 and the American League again in 1919. Their opponent in the 1919 world series was the Cincinnati Reds. The White Sox were a much better team and were heavily favored to win their second World Series...
The so called black sox scandal involved the Chicago White Sox, American League champions in 1919. Several Chicago players supposedly took bribes to throw the World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. All the players involved were banned for life by baseball commissioner Judge Kennesaw Mountain Landis.
CHICAGO CUBS CAREER HITS H 1 Cap Anson 2995 2 Ernie Banks 2583 3 Billy Williams 2510 4 Ryne Sandberg 2385 5 Mark Grace 2201 6 Stan Hack 2193 7 Ron Santo 2171 8 Jimmy Ryan 2073 9 Sammy Sosa 1985 10 Phil Cavarretta 1927 11 Gabby Hartnett 1867 12 Billy Herman 1710 13 Don...
possibly... It depends on your opinion Are the red socks awesome?
Jimmy Dykes from 1933-1946.
In 1917 the White Sox defeated the New York Giants 4 games to 2 to win the World Series.
Chicago has been the only home of the White Sox.
In the 2007, Mark Buehrle pitched 201 innings. He went 10-9 with a 3.63 ERA, gave up 208 hits and 22 home runs while walking 45 batters and striking out 115.
In the 1930s, the White Sox played their home games at Comiskey Park.
According to Baseball Almanac, no one on the 1995 White Sox roster wore #21.
The first player to wear #6 for the White Sox was outfielder Johnny Watwood in the 1931 season.
The longest doubleheader, timewise, in MLB history was in 1995 between the Chicago White Sox and the Texas Rangers which lasted 7 hours 39 minutes.
Yes. Ken Griffey Jr. played 41 games for the Chicago White Sox in 2008.
The ORIGINAL White Sox Park or Comiskey Park was built in 1910 by Charles A. Comiskey. It was the first ballpark made of concrete and steel (other parks were made of wood up until that time) setting the standard for all ballparks thereafter. It was briefly known as 'The Baseball Palace of the World'...
Bobby Jenks AKA (Big Bobby Jenks) lives in Hindsdale,IL. He lives in a private lot and has a baseball field in his neighborhood. He is a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox. His number is #45 and the is the White Sox's RP or Closer.
Frank Thomas retired on February 12, 2010, he had 521 home runs in his career.