Voicemail is usually pretty boring, but these … these are prophetic.
Some incredible Opening Day moments — mostly victories — is today’s theme.
It’s Opening Day, 2005! And our diarist was there to witness the start of something great. She just doesn’t know it yet.
Some frank talk on the changes to baseball in 2020, and some celebratory recollections of the 2005 White Sox.
On the 15th anniversary of the triumphant 2005 season, we debut a season diary from one of our favorite voices.
Just one run was good enough for another Opening Day win for the South Side’s favorite southpaw.
Joe Jackson, Paul Konerko, Carlton Fisk, Harold Baines and Ed Walsh are enshrined, with the 1906 season double-dipping with honors this year as well.
Magglio Ordoñez’s stellar White Sox career came to a crashing end after mystery medical procedures and a war of words.
Extraordinary addition Tadahito Iguchi signs with the White Sox!
15 years ago today, the White Sox acquired one wild and crazy guy!
Possibly the best free-agent signing in team history happened on this day.
Three massive trades mark the day: The return of Minnie, the departure of Sale, and the arrival of the Mouth of the South Side.
A big day for a little rookie … and a big change to the World Champs.
Today, a big win for a World Series champion manager.
One out of two is pretty bad, SI.
It was the celebration we all had waited our entire lives for.
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.
A glorious win in the opener of the 2005 World Series, 14 years ago today.
Paul Konerko’s unassisted out at first clinched a fourth straight win, fourth straight complete game, and World Series berth in 2005.
It was the dropped third strike heard ’round the world.
El Duque forever! An INCREDIBLE pitching performance from Orlando Hernandez highlights the day.
The day the music died? Sure, but the White Sox clinched one of their pennants on this day, too.
100 wins for the 1917 White Sox, a division title for the 2005 team, and heartbreaks for the 1920 and 1967 clubs.