Bill Veeck came back to the White Sox, saving the team from a move to Seattle.
Bill Veeck officially became the White Sox owner for the first time 61 years ago.
39 years ago, Jerry Reinsdorf and Eddie Einhorn took over the Chicago White Sox.
A uniform innovation + one glorious swan song season makes this a splendid White Sox day.
A near-miss with Charlie Finley is notable on Boxing Day.
Bill Veeck assumes control of the White Sox.
Two manager hires, one bad and one brilliant, along with the White Sox birth of the Big Boy, Bobby Jenks.
A couple more Roland Hemond trades, both working out well for the White Sox.
Among a flurry of rough trades, there was one bright spot: Tom Paciorek joined the White Sox on this day.
Veeck is back! (And a year later, he brings in Zisk.)
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 good and a bad day for White Sox acquisitions, as Roland Hemond made a killer trade and Bill Veeck a free-agent flop.
In an exhaustive interview, the Hall of Fame manager looks back at his time with the White Sox … and the one time he was close to returning.
The beginning of a rebuild, 70 years ago … and the end of a ribald era.
Goodbye, Comiskey Park … hello, Blackout Game!