Eddie Collins sets his first of three South Side hitting streak records
Joe Crede counterpunches Cleveland
The 100-loss mark gets crossed for the first time
More Comiskey Park, and pandemic, firsts
TA continues to menace Motown
Connie Mack pulls a fast one on the pennant-winners
A triple-homer game, and a triple pair of triples game, take your pick
Another long game vs. the Red Sox
A PTBNL arrives, to become the 15th-best pitcher in franchise annals
Minnie makes history!
Record-setting strikeouts, walks, hits and game scores
The field general who kick-started the best stretch in South Side history stepped off into the sunset
Luke Appling arrives in town!
Yoyo gets fired up for fives
Terry Forster lights it up in Anaheim
Outstanding pitcher performances, both on the mound and at the plate
The Big Hurt makes home run history
Streaks galore, including some big hitting outputs
Dylan Cease pitches a masterpiece
Another big doubleheader for a South Side hitter
A broken wrist heard ’round the AL Central
Arms lead the way
Catchers who club, designated hitters who don’t
Home run weirdness!
Homers galore, including some on the roof!
Back-to-back-to-back as part of a four-homer attack
Stealing games — and getting them stolen
This is why you gotta get all 27 outs
Sometimes, you just gotta drop baseballs off of monuments and out of planes
Nellie Fox, he’s everywhere
José! José! José!, and homers galore
No-hitters, near-misses — and direct contact
"Sports is a business of failure. Only one team is going to win every year. But the fact that you finished second or third or fourth, it doesn't mean you had a bad year." -Jerry Reinsdorf