17 Facts About White Sox

1. The White Sox won the American League's first pennant in 1901.

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2. The Chicago White Sox are certainly doing everything they can to stay in.

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3. The White Sox held their annual a signing day ceremony with members of their Amateur City Elite program Wednesday, with 20 high school players signing letters of intent to play college baseball.

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4. The White Sox have repeatedly said Abreu is an integral part of the rebuild as a mentor to.

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5. With the White Sox needing to fill many holes on their roster going.

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6. In 1988, the White Sox got rid of Ribbie and Roobarb, and Andy The Clown was not permitted to perform in new Comiskey Park when it opened in 1991.

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7. The Chicago White Sox are most prominently nicknamed "the South Siders", based on their particular district within Chicago.

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8. In one game during the 2014 season, the White Sox paired their throwbacks with a cap featuring the batter logo instead of the wordmark "SOX"; this is currently their batting practice cap prior to games in the throwback uniforms.

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9. In those jerseys the White Sox won 99 games and the AL West championship in 1983, the best record in the majors.

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10. In 1960, the White Sox became the first team in the major sports to put players' last names on jerseys.

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11. Over the years the White Sox have become noted for many of their uniform innovations and changes.

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12. The White Sox went on to sweep the Houston Astros in the 2005 World Series, giving the Sox their first World Championship in 88 years.

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13. The White Sox would win the West division in 1993, and were in first place in 1994 when the season was cancelled due to the 1994 MLB Strike.

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14. In 1959, the White Sox ended the New York Yankees dominance over the American League, and won their first pennant since the ill-fated 1919 campaign.

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15. The White Sox finished in the upper half of the American League in eight of his nine seasons, including six years in the top two of the league.

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16. The White Sox were heavily favored in the 1919 World Series, but lost to the Cincinnati Reds in 8 games.

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17. The White Sox are owned by Jerry Reinsdorf, and play their home games at Guaranteed Rate Field, located on the city's South Side.

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