A lucky break saw a fifth starter afterthought blossom into an All-Star — and then get flipped for another All-Star!
Another clever move from Ken Williams brought Bartolo Colon to Chicago — at least, it was clever the first time.
Two trades that ended up as steals for the South Siders — for decidedly different reasons.
15 years ago today, the White Sox acquired one wild and crazy guy!
Happy Todd Ritchie Day! (There are actual OK transactions that have fallen on this day, too.)
Episode 2 features editor-in-chief Brett Ballantini and writer Leonard Gore talking will-he-won’t-he-Marcell Ozuna, Marcell Polo, Yaz Grandal, Yoshitomo Tsutsugo, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Ken Williams, Wiffleball in the house, humor in baseball, and fanfic-on-demand.
Sort of a rough run of transactions mark this day, but one — acquiring Eddie Collins — was one of the biggest jackpots in White Sox history.
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 double-dip of megadeals would make the White Sox season in 1972.
A big day for a little rookie … and a big change to the World Champs.
A momentous day for Ozzie Guillén, whose World Series hangover cleared just in time to be named White Sox manager.
Nineteen years ago today, the White Sox installed the architect of the 2005 champions as GM.
The end of the best era of White Sox baseball in most of our lifetimes fell on this day in 2011.