Three painful endings, and a new beginning
The best season in Chicago pitching history finished up, with a pennant for the team still in the balance
The South Siders return to the playoffs with a bang — five bangs, in fact
The South Siders clinch their first major league pennant
World Series Game 2s provide some major soakings
Two kinds of World Series Game 1s
Goodbye to Comiskey Park, and hello, blackout
Postseason intrigue abounds
One-time two-way player Sam Mertes routs the Browns
Goodbye, pennant, hello, division, and farewell, Paulie
Ozzie Guillén abandons ship
Solo homer streaks, and key franchise wins
Move over, Ray Schalk
What a difference a year makes
A massive crowd at Midway Airport — and a nonexistent one, seven years later — sandwich a couple of slams
Two pennants won on the same day, 16 years apart
Not only is this the only date two no-hitters have been thrown, both gems came in the first eight years of the team’s existence
Marathons, heartbreakers, and the just plain weird
Three extremely rare feats — some exhilarating, others infuriating
Offensive outbursts, 36 years apart
Jim Thome collects a milestone homer — and Frank Thomas reaches a milestone without a homer
Double-triples in triples
A controversial loss, and a controversial retirement ceremony — both on the same day!
An Archdeacon arrives on the South Side
Adventures against Cleveland and Detroit
Record-setting strikeouts and walks
Choose your poison: killer heat or an errant knuckleball
Forfeits, runs galore, the mob, the bird, and the cycle!
The South Siders execute the best possible ending for the season’s biggest crowd
Empty the bench, the South Siders are losing another doubleheader!
Outstanding pitching feats, by mortals and immortals both, on this day!
Three massive games pitched by fairly mundane names