Top 5 All-Time Chicago White Sox Moments
#1 – The 2005 World Series Championship
After 88 years of waiting, the Chicago White Sox community finally erupted. The White Sox swept the Houston Astros in the 2005 World Series for their first title since the 1917 season. Chicago went an unprecedented 11-1 throughout the 2005 MLB Playoffs. What a magical year. The former all-star and fan-favorite Ozzie Guillen was in his second season with the ballclub as he led his troops to the promise land. Hysteria swarmed the city of Chicago as Juan Uribe’s threw over to Paul Konerko for the final out of the 2005 World Series. Jermaine Dye was named the MVP of the World Series and Joe Crede was nominated the ALCS Most Valuable Player. It was truly a memorable season for the Chicago White Sox. You can also guarantee that as long as the North Siders keep losing, Chicago’s “2nd team” will always have a leg up on the lovable losers.
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