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100 Years Later: 1917 White Sox

Sox Century: After the World Series

The White Sox get their full share, then go their separate ways

Sox Century: Oct. 15, 1917

The White Sox win the World Series with the help of some memorable Giant mistakes

Sox Century: Oct. 13, 1917

After losing home-field advantage with a coin flip, the White Sox win Game 5 with a thrilling comeback

Sox Century: Oct. 11, 1917

The Giants even the series with a second straight shutout

Sox Century: Oct. 10, 1917

The Giants topped Eddie Cicotte to make it a series

Sox Century: Oct. 7, 1917

Red Faber finds his command, offense takes control in Game 2

Sox Century: Oct. 6, 1917

Comiskey Park hosts its first World Series, and the White Sox emerge victorious in Game 1

Sox Century: Oct. 1, 1917

The White Sox drop the regular season finale as they prepare for the World Series

Sox Century: Sept. 29, 1917

Eddie Cicotte caps off a career year by pitching the White Sox to their 100th win

Sox Century: Sept. 27, 1917

Joe Jackson and Buck Weaver were off playing for a team of ringers in Boston, but the White Sox won anyway

Sox Century: Sept. 26, 1917

Red Faber gets hit hard and Ray Schalk banged up

Sox Century: Sept. 25, 1917

Joe Jackson isn’t with the White Sox, but they win anyway

Sox Century: Sept. 21, 2017

The White Sox win their first American League pennant in 11 years

Sox Century: Sept. 20, 2017

The White Sox won the coin flip for the World Series before they’d won the American League

Sox Century: Sept. 19, 1917

The White Sox lose to Philadelphia and still gain a half-game on Boston

Sox Century: Sept. 18, 1917

Buck Weaver returns to the lineup ... and his old position

Sox Century: Sept. 16, 1917

The White Sox close out their home schedule in front of an adoring crowd with an extra-inning victory

Sox Century: Sept. 15, 1917

Another winning streak dies as nine games, but the White Sox come back to split a doubleheader

Sox Century: Sept. 14, 1917

With the White Sox holding a large lead, World Series tickets are the talk of the town

Sox Century: Sept. 9, 1917

A forfeit brings the White Sox’ season series with Cleveland to a close

Sox Century: Sept. 5, 1917

Lefty Williams throws the longest outing of his career to date in an extra-innings victory

Sox Century: Sept. 4, 1917

White Sox open final stretch of season by routing the Browns

Sox Century: Sept. 3, 1917

The White Sox sweep a second doubleheader from the Tigers, and both teams would eventually have to defend the effort

Sox Century: Sept. 2, 1917

The White Sox sweep the first of two doubleheaders against Detroit

Sox Century: Sept. 1, 1917

The White Sox’ winning streak ends at nine games

Sox Century: Aug. 31, 1917

The White Sox close out their most successful month of the season.

Sox Century: Aug. 29-30, 1917

The White Sox expand their AL lead by beating up lowly St. Louis

Sox Century: Aug. 28, 1917

The White Sox sweep the Yankees to add a half-game to their lead

Sox Century: Aug. 27, 1917

Eddie Murphy delivers a big pinch-hit single to extend the White Sox’ American League lead

Sox Century: Aug. 26, 1917

Shano Collins outscores the Yankees and Dave Danforth picks up a six-inning save

Sox Century: Aug. 25, 1917

The White Sox honor Clark Griffith, then beat his ace

Sox Century: Aug. 23, 1917

The White Sox outshine the Senators, both in military drills and the game that followed

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