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In Memoriam

Ken Frailing, 1948-2022

Though brief in impact, still a notable White Sox figure

Bob Locker, 1938-2022

Blessed with a devastating wipeout sinker, the righthander was a sneaky-great reliever in White Sox history

Joe Horlen, 1937-2022

As a tribute to the White Sox pitching great, we present an exhaustive Q&A about his time in Chicago.

Tommy Davis, 1939-2022

While playing just one disappointing season on the South Side, his 18 years in the bigs featured some amazin’ peaks.

Pete Ward, 1937-2022

As a tribute to the Rookie of the Year winner with the White Sox, here’s a detailed Q&A about his time in Chicago.

Julio Cruz, 1954-2022

The catalyst of the Winning Ugly division winners has died.

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In Memoriam: The White Sox We Lost in 2021

A Cy Young winner, two one-game wonders, and an amazing executive are among the dear departed this year.

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Roland Hemond, 1929-2021

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Roland Hemond: A Look Back at 1977

For the first time, we’re running the GM’s look back at the storied season, in his own words.

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LaMarr Hoyt, 1955-2021

The ace of the Winning Ugly White Sox, gone too soon.

Eddie Robinson, 1920-2021

The slugger hit for average and power, and lived another 70 years after his debut with the White Sox.

Dick Tidrow, 1947-2021

Key piece of the Winning Ugly White Sox was a legendary executive and pitching mentor

Juan Pizarro, 1937-2021

The scintillating southpaw had his best seasons on the South Side

In memoriam: The White Sox we lost in 2020

A current Hall-of-Famer, future enshrinee, beloved radio voice, and SSS staff member left us during this uniquely horrible year

Dick Allen remembered …

Our all-time great slugger is feted by the White Sox who played with him

A tale of two Bat Days

On this saddest of days, we honor White Sox legend Dick Allen