Career milestones for Ray Schalk and Jim Thome
Historic efforts by Reb Russell, Ted Lyons, Tommy McCraw and Carlos Quentin
The craziest ending to a game imaginable
Another White Sox kerfuffle in New York City, go figure ...
A complete game — in relief?
The Crosstown brawl to end them all
Two controversial homers ... where else, but in Baltimore
More bizarre moments in Baltimore, plus heroism from the Bulldog
Yep, it’s been a year since The Yermín Game. What have we learned?
This grand slam was about as big a surprise as you can imagine
A handful of dramatic wins, plus a 20-win explosion in Milwaukee.
An all-time great promotion spurred a rout for the South Siders.
Debuts, and farewells.
A record strikeout-free streak is about to get started.
Three improbable and surprising marks, and all keyed wins.
For Walter Johnson, two losses out of three is pretty bad.
The long and twisting tale of a marathon win.
Yasmani Grandal takes another stroll.
Two years to the day after ground was broken on the new White Sox ballpark, Sammy Sosa hit its first walk-off homer.
Ten runs, 10 hits, and 11 errors for the White Sox made for one weird win.
The best team in the league is no-hit by one of the worst ... that’s baseball!
Dylan Cease does his best Early Wynn impression.
Tommy McCraw struggles, but Carl Everett delivers.
Three heartbreaks, spanning 120 years.
A bevy of hurling and slugging feats!
It’s a centennial for a rare White Sox feat!
Taking a quick peek ahead on the schedule to Tuesday, Crosstown Classic dominance began on this day, 37 years ago.
The Blues, Browns and Tigers all fall victim to the South Siders.
Two bizarre accomplishments are made vs. the St. Louis Browns.
Tim Anderson is a hero, and the South Siders lose two other weird games.
A rookie offers the first of his many South Side highlights.
The South Siders score an easy win, in their first MLB game, 121 years ago.
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