Today in White Sox History: October 28

Many of us were there: The 2005 receive a warm welcome from two million happy fans. (Chicago White Sox)


2005 – It was one of the largest turnouts for a championship celebration in Chicago sports history, as nearly two million people lined the parade route in the downtown area/South Side to honor the World Series champions. White Sox players and management addressed the crowd, and Paul Konerko presented the last out/game ball to owner Jerry Reinsdorf.

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This was a pretty good day, too.