Frank Thomas was the first White Sox player to homer in a regular-season March game.
In our first weekly collection of White Sox dates, Michael Jordan and Sports Illustrated dominate.
Defensive whiz, All-Star, Gold Glover and mentor to Big Frank (and Little Craig), Ken Berry has quite a White Sox story to tell.
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 massive trade, and two huge, unanimous awards mark the day.
A busy day in White Sox history is headlined by the news that we all waited our lifetimes for.
100 wins for the 1917 White Sox, a division title for the 2005 team, and heartbreaks for the 1920 and 1967 clubs.
See ya, St. Louis, and a bold buy from J. Louis.
A big Day, trade talks, a firing, and some milestone homers are today’s big moments.
Tireless Arizona writer/photographer Sean Williams is the latest to join our merry band of White Sox writers!
A spate of one-hitters, as well as a relief pitcher homer and a game-winning homer, lead today’s news.
Frank’s big fly, and a Zach attack outta nowhere.
In first place, and second-best in the AL at the time games stopped, we’ll never know what could have been for the 1994 White Sox.