A busy day in White Sox history is headlined by the news that we all waited our lifetimes for.
Geoff Blum got it done — with a save from Mark Buehrle.
Nineteen years ago today, the White Sox installed the architect of the 2005 champions as GM.
Another miracle day, marked by two homers — one expected and one most improbable.
A glorious win in the opener of the 2005 World Series, 14 years ago today.
Another outright steal for Frank Lane.
Ladies and gentlemen, eight years after hitting No. 1, rocking Comiskey Park, it’s … Steam!
Paul Konerko’s unassisted out at first clinched a fourth straight win, fourth straight complete game, and World Series berth in 2005.
World title No. 2 is in the books!
A historic, unique, first-time World Series win for the White Sox!
Pat Kelly was so good with the White Sox, he turned a 0.0 bWAR season in 1973 into an All-Star Game appearance.
It was the dropped third strike heard ’round the world.
Where it all began for the White Sox … and where Jeff Torborg’s successful reign ended.
It was an American Invasion, as the White Sox and Giants hit Liverpool.
One devastating loss, and one season-saving win, in postseasons 74 years apart.
Heartbreak in 1983 … hope in 1993.
El Duque forever! An INCREDIBLE pitching performance from Orlando Hernandez highlights the day.
Heartbreaking losses, including two late pennant eliminations in the 1900s, mark the day.
Three playoff games (two wins!) but One Massive Retirement highlight the day.
The beginning of a rebuild, 70 years ago … and the end of a ribald era.
The day the music died? Sure, but the White Sox clinched one of their pennants on this day, too.
October 2 is a pitcher’s day in White Sox annals … aside from a certain, high profile beer bath.