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Originally the Chicago White Stockings (from 1901-1903), this category is for questions about the Chicago White Sox team as well as their history, their players, records and anything else about the team in general.
No such player appears in the Baseball Encyclopedia.
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He went to Boston Latin School before he, for financial reasons, transferred to Mr. George Brownell's School for Writing and Arithmetic. His father pulled him out to work in the family business making candles because the large Franklin family needed the money. He educated himself during his spare ti…
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Answer Luis Aloma,Jack Burner,Bob Cain,Bill Conley,Charlie Cuellar,Randy Gumpert,Micky Hafner,Ken Holcombe,Howie Judson,Gus Keriazakos,Lou Kentrow,Bob Kuzava,John perkovich,Billy Pierce,Matt Rotbatt,Ray Scarborough,and Bill White
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At the time of this question, Mark Buehrle had the most strikeouts, but currently Freddy Garcia does.
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Answer There is no mention of a Philip Macy on the White Sox roster in 1944. But google him if you are not satisfied. The Baseball Almanac is available online. It has information on every player who ever played in a major league game.
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no they have not. Brewers were in the national league before it was built and interleague play has not matched up the 2 divisions they play in
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The White Sox were enfranchised in 1894 and were known then as the Sioux City Corn Huskers, from there they moved to St. Paul and eventually settled on Chicago's South Side in 1900. By this point they were called the White Stockings. Prior to 1901 The White Sox were a part of the 'Western League' (a…
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Answer There was a black guy who played both professional baseball and basket ball, but he DIDN'T play hockey, at all. Answer Michael Jordan played in the White Sox farm system so maybe he qualifies on two of the three counts.
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Answer Why not? Answer not really. the players wear two socks. if they were called the "white pants" would it make sense to call a player a white pant?
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Answer Shoeless Joe Jackson should be in the Hall but is not because he and his teammates through the 1919 World Series.
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There is a photograph of the team posed at the end of a train in the Royal Gorge by the famous hanging bridge. This photo is in the Denver Public Library and is dated February 27, 1910. This photograph served as the basis of a printed color postcard #7421. Chuck Finley
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you can download any old English font and you will have ityou can download any old English font and you will have it
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The Chicago White Sox have won 3 World Series Titles. (as of 2009) 1906: The White Sox defeat the Chicago Cubs 4 games to 2 in Chicago's one and only Cross-Town World Series matchup to date. 1917: The White Sox defeat the N.Y. Giants 4 games to 2 2005: The White Sox defeat the Houston Astros by s…
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A 1953 Boston Red Sox Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Boudreau, Goodman, Kell, Williams, and Parnell is worth about $400.-$550. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball.…
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Picture pennants are some of the more desired pennants, one step up from the scroll pennants listing the team players. a 1960 Cincinnati Reds Team Photo Pennant is worth about $135.-$150. Price will vary based on condition of both the pennant and the picture. Condition is very important and even min…
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1993 Topps Frank Thomas card number 150 A 1993 Topps Frank Thomas card # 150 has a book value of about .50 cents in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, a…
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Yes, but in 1991, they were removed and replaced with longer pants, by the board of safety for the MLB(MLBSD) because of threats to the players when sliding and playing in colder tempatures. When this change occured the Coach left the team because the shorter pants were his idea. He actually Brand N…
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Al Van Camp 1931 George Stumpf 1932 Gordon Rhodes 1933Herb Penncock 1934 Johnny Welch 1935-36 Jack Russell 1936 Jim Bagby 1938-39Bill Sayles 1939 Jim Bagby 1940 Joe Dobson 1941-43 Frank Barrett 1944-45 Sam Dente …
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The owners of the White Sox are Jerry Reinsdorf and Eddie Einhorn purchased the sox in 1981. But, who are the other owners behind them?
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The only rookie pitcher to win the Cy Young award was Fernando Valenzuela in 1981. He was also named Rookie of the Year.
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Entering the 2010 season the Chicago White Sox are leading the Cubs in the crosstown showdown with 37 wins to the Cubs' 35 wins.
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1957He never played in the big leagues according to any records.
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Answer I have searched several baseball sites and have found no matches for Jay Barnard.
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It truly depends on the socks and the shoes. Say if you were to wear a pair or converse shoes [not high tops] with a pair or white trainer liners, there is nothing wrong with that. As a basic rule, I think it looks best to wear thin/low socks with thin and low shoes and thicker socks should be worn …
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U.S. Cellular Field U.S. Cellular Field commonly referred to as "The Cell" (formerly New Comiskey Park). It is the home of the Chicago White Sox of the American League. The park opened for the 1991 season, after the White Sox had spent 81 years at Comiskey Park. The new park, completed at a cost of…
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The Chicago White Sox most recently won the World Series in 2005. This was their first World Series win in 88 years. Their other 2 wins were in 1917 and 1906.
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As of June 19, 2011, the White Sox's all time record is 8663 - 8451.
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According to the 2009 media Sox Media Guide -- In the last 29 seasons at least one million people annually attend a game at the cell.In 2006 the year after the White Sox won the World Series, they drew 3 million. The Cubs drew 3 million that year as well. So, in 2006 6 million people went to see bas…
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{| ! colspan="2" | Hall Of Famer ! Primary Team ! Primary Position ! Induction Year | Alexander, Grover Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher 1938 Anson, Cap Chicago White Stockings First Baseman 1939 Ashburn, Richie Philadelphia Phillies Center Fielder 1995 Banks, Ernie Chicago Cubs Shortstop 1977 Boudreau…
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The White Sox have won five division championships: 1983, 1993, 2000, 2005, 2008
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after his 250 million dollar deal with the LA Galaxy and advertisements and combined salaries David Beckham is reported to be worth in excess of 240 million dollars
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There are a couple different fonts that are used for the Chicago Bears font. The 'Chicago Bears' is made with London Black. The numbers that are typically included with it are custom, modified versions of Din Engschrift.
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IT is known for being called "the windy city" also it is known for the Chicago cubs. DA BEARS! Go Bears win the rest of em. Pull it together guys. Walter Payton the best running back ever. And I don't want to hear it from you cowboys fans. Emmit played with a badass offensive line. Walter played …
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Through the 2009 season, the Chicago White Sox have won 3 World Series - 1906, 1917, 2005.
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The most is 7 by San Francisco in 1969. http://www.baseball-almanac.com/rb_gidp2.shtml
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There are 8 retired players on the White Sox. 2 Nellie Fox 3 Harold Baines 4 Luke Appling 9 Minnie Minoso 11 Luis Aparicio 16 Ted Lyons 19 Billy Pierce 42 Jackie Robinson 72 Carlton Fisk
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As of the beginning of the 2013 season, the White Sox have played in 5 World Series (1906, 1917, 1919, 1959, and 2005) and won 3 times (1906, 1917, and 2005).
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Sox, of course. Their fans are more loyal, less likely to jump on the bandwagon. In reality, "loyal" Sox fans will only "jump on the bandwagon" if the Sox are in the playoffs. Evident by the HUGE increase in Sox ticket sales during the Series run in 2005. Otherwise, they just stay home. Regardless …
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No, are you kidding me!? The Yankees aren't stupid enough to trade the best player in baseball.
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The Chicago White Sox received their name after the white stockings that the players wore; in fact, in 190, the team shortened their name from White Stockings to White Sox, as the local newspapers had shortened it for headline-writing purposes.
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1906 against cubs, 1917 dodgers,2005 astros
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Joe Crede had one going for a while in 06 i remember but not as much as "El Cabio" Carlos Lee.Longest Hitting Streak -- 28 Carlos Lee 2004Most Consecutive Hits -- 10Frank Thomas Rip Radcliff Harry McCurdy 1997 1938 1926Most Consecutive Games With an RBI -- 13Taffy Wright1941
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The Chicago Long Range Wonder gun was introduced in the late 1920's. The value of this weapon as of 2014 in excellent condition is 75.00.
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The 1962 Red Sox roster: Pitchers Galen Cisco Gene Conley Ike Delock Arnold Earley Mike Fornieles Hal Kolstad Billy Macleod Bill Monbouquette Billy Muffett Chet Nichols Merlin Nippert Dick Radatz Don Schwall Pete Smith Tracy Stallard Ted Wills Earl Wilson Wilbur Wood Catchers Rus…
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Two perfect games in the 2010 Season On May 29, 2010 Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay threw a perfect game against the Florida Marlins. Just a few weeks before, Oakland A's pitcher Dallas Braden pitched a perfect game on May 9, 2010 against the Tampa Bay Rays. Don Larsen pitched a perfec…
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When the New York Yankees visit Chicago to play against the White Sox, they stay at the Hilton Chicago. It is located at 720 South Michigan Avenue in Downtown Chicago.
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Ehren Wassermann
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They are different teams with different colors, managers, players, etc. etc. ANSWERThe Chicago White Sox belong to the American League, The Chicago Cubs belong to the National League.The Chicago white sox are the south side team, the cubs are the north side teamAlso the cubs have better fans and ho…
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Yes, Michael Jordon played for the Chicago WhiteSox, for a very brief and unremarkable period in 1994.
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The White Sox record in the 2007 season was 72-90.
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The Chicago White Sox was founded in 1900 and plays in the American League's Central Division. The font used in their logo is called Old English.
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Since 1980: Charlie Haeger, Bartolo Colon, Jim Parque, Wilson Alvarez, Jack McDowell, Jim Winn, Joe Cowley, Britt Burns
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Jimmy Dykes from 1933-1946.
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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.
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In the 1930s, the White Sox played their home games at Comiskey Park.
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The first player to wear #6 for the White Sox was outfielder Johnny Watwood in the 1931 season.
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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'…
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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.
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The White Sox were known as the White Stockings from 1901-1903. The name was shortened to White Sox in 1904 so newspapers could fit the name in their headlines.
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According to Baseball Almanac, one MLB player was born in Norway, Iowa. That was Hal Trosky, Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox first baseman between 1933-1941, 1944, and 1946. Trosky played in 1,347 games in his career and batted .302 with 1,561 base hits, 228 home runs, and 1,012 RBIs. Howev…
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No, Jackie Robinson spent his entire MLB career, 1947-1956, with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
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Depends what team you like..... I am a Yankees fan, I would Insult the White Sox line up, pitching, and their manager. Just saying.
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Robin Ventura hit 10 grand slams with the White Sox and 18 overall in his career. Ventura hit 2 slams for the Sox in the 1991, 1993, 1995, and 1996 seasons and 1 slam in the 1994 and 1998 seasons.
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That doesn't seem to be information that the baseball sites keep. They do say that Kolloway was born in Posen, Illinois and grew up on Chicago's South Side.
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Yes. Through the 2007 season, the Cubs and White Sox have played 60 games and each has won 30.
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PCH: Estaban Loaiza The White Sox traded Estaban Loaiza to the New York Yankees for Contreras and an undisclosed amount of cash in 2004.
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No. Jim Thome is happily married to his wife, Andrea.
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Chicago White Sox team signed baseball In order to find a value for your Chicago White Sox team signed baseball you have to figure out what year the team is from. Visit the Team Signed Baseball Price Guide located below (Related Links). The price guide features links to full team rosters to help y…
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Pitcher Orlando Hernandez (El Duque) was with the Yankees for their World Series championships in 1998, 1999, and 2000 and with the White Sox for their World Series victory in 2005.
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Outfielder Chad Fonville wore #22 for the White Sox in 1997. Fonville was sent to the White Sox on September 2 as the 'player to be named later' when the White Sox sent Darren Lewis to the Dodgers.
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Three. Jose Contreras had one win each in the 2005 ALDS, ALCS, and World Series.
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For the first three years (1901-1903) of the franchise, the White Sox were known as the White Stockings. The name was changed to White Sox for the 1904 season.
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it is 202 456 1414 i swear call it and see yourself
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Chris Sale
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19 games in 1904 ...........Better answer--> 19 games in 1906. The Sox started that season in 6th place but won that 19 in a row late in the year, putting them into position to win the A.L. Pennant and go on to the World Series against the Chicago Cubs, who they beat 4 games to 2 for the Champion…
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Through the 2007 season, the White Sox and Cubs have played 60 intraleague games against each other and each has won 30. For the 2008 season, the White Sox and Cubs are scheduled to play June 20-22 at Wrigley Field and June 27-29 at U.S. Cellular Field.
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First baseman Mike Squires played two innings in two games at catcher for the White Sox in 1980.
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They have won three (2005,1917 adn 1906).
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The Chicago White Sox beat the Chicago Cubs in the 1906 World Series.
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Ron Kittle - 35 in 1983. He was selected American League Rookie of the Year.
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Ron Santo wore #10 in his only season (1974) with the White Sox.
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White Sox catchers that started the most games in the season listed: 1960-1961: Sherm Lollar 1962: Cam Carreon 1963-1965: J.C. Martin 1966: John Romano 1967: J.C. Martin 1968: Duane Josephson 1969: Ed Herrmann Backups included Chuck Brinkman, Don Pavletich, Gerry McNertney, Smoky Burgess, an…
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As of the 2008 season, Dr. Charles A. Bush-Joseph has the title of Lead Physician of the Chicago White Sox.
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The Chicago White Sox have was 3 World Championships, 6 Pennants, and have had 9 Playoff appearances.
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Starters: 1980: Bruce Kimm 1981-1989: Carlton Fisk Backups included Jim Essian, Marc Hill, Joel Skinner, Ron Karkovice, and Ron Hassey.
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Joe Jackson could neither read nor write. When he came up to the Philadelphia Athletics in 1908, manager Connie Mack offered to hire a tutor to teach Joe how to read and write. Jackson refused. This is true but his wife had a piece of paper with his name on it and he would copy it. When sombody ask…
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yes I had his baseball golve [signature in it] in the 1960's
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23 different players have worn number 31 in the history of the White Sox. They are as followed starting from the most recent number 31 for the team: Dewayne Wise, Ryan Sweeney, Raul Casanova, Ben Davis, Jose Caseco, Greg Norton, Scott Radinsky, John Davis, Bruce Tanner, LaMarr Hoyt, Joe Gates, Hoyt …
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well if you are doing this then all you simpy have to do is write that cubs own and ur done because the white sox are not any good... Well if your writing it to talk about how good the cubs are its real easy just go to cubs time line on cubs.com but sucks for u if ur writing about the whitesox …
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