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  2. Chicago White Sox - Wikipedia

    The Chicago Cubs are the crosstown rivals of the White Sox, a rivalry that some made fun of prior to the White Sox's 2005 title because both of them had extremely long championship droughts. The nature of the rivalry is unique; with the exception of the 1906 World Series , in which the White Sox upset the favored Cubs, the teams never met in an ...

  3. 1919 Chicago White Sox season - Wikipedia

    The 1919 Chicago White Sox season was their 19th season in the American League.They won 88 games to advance to the World Series but lost to the Cincinnati Reds.More significantly, some of the players were found to have taken money from gamblers in return for throwing the series.

  4. 2005 Chicago White Sox season - Wikipedia

    The 2005 Chicago White Sox season was the White Sox's 105th season. They finished with a 99–63 record in the regular season and first place in the American League Central division by six games over the Cleveland Indians.

  5. List of Chicago White Sox owners and executives - Wikipedia

    This is a list of Chicago White Sox owners and executives. Owners. Name Years Charles Comiskey: 1900-1931 J. Louis Comiskey: 1931-1939 Grace Comiskey: 1940-1956 ...

  6. 2018 Chicago White Sox season - Wikipedia

    The 2018 Chicago White Sox season was the club's 119th season in Chicago and 118th in the American League. It marked the second season with Rick Renteria as manager of the Sox. The Sox played their home games at Guaranteed Rate Field. After losing to the Red Sox on August 30 they clinched their 6th consecutive losing season and their 11th year ...

  7. Chicago White Sox minor league players - Wikipedia

    Micker Antony Adolfo Zapata (born September 11, 1996) is a Dominican professional baseball outfielder in the Chicago White Sox organization.. Adolfo signed with the Chicago White Sox as an international free agent in July 2013.

  8. Black Sox Scandal - Wikipedia

    The Black Sox Scandal was a Major League Baseball game-fixing scandal in which eight members of the Chicago White Sox were accused of throwing the 1919 World Series against the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for money from a gambling syndicate led by Arnold Rothstein.

  9. Cubs–White Sox rivalry - Wikipedia–White_Sox_rivalry

    The Chicago Cubs swept the White Sox in the first weekend series at Wrigley Field, and the White Sox subsequently swept the Cubs at U.S. Cellular Field during the second weekend series, thus splitting the series 3–3 and resulting in an all-time inter-league series tie of 33–33 through 2008.