SI cover subject Cisco Carlos makes a brief splash.
Michael Jordan hangs up his spikes — but not for the reason you think
What do you know, there was labor strife 50 years ago!
The WGN era gets set to begin on the South Side.
Bill Veeck took over majority ownership of the South Siders, kicking off what would become a magical year.
A successful, but exhausting, world tour ends.
Yoán Moncada becomes the third young South Side star to sign a long extension.
Michael Jordan ends his first retirement ... by suiting up for the South Siders.
Uncle Alex spurns the South Side for Mexico.
Dick Allen becomes the first South Sider to be the highest-paid player in baseball.
A giveaway trade from Les O’Connor gets cleaned up quickly by Frank Lane.
The South Siders bring the future Black Sox ringleader back to town.
Tragedy strikes a promising young South Side starter.
One Dog arrives on the South Side, ready to run wild.
MJ shifts careers, and Magglio shifts cities.
By the terms of the original deal, we should still be calling Sox Park U.S. Cellular Field.
No writing on the job!
A rare 1950s misstep for the front office brought in Ferris Fain, to no avail.
A 2005 White Sox standout arrived on the South Side.
Roland Hemond outfoxes the Cubs.
Buying low, and selling high.
The brief Danny Tartabull Era begins.
Several stars arrive in Chicago, on a busy transactions day.
Joe Jackson gets a setback, which Early Wynn achieve immortality.
Two stellar starters cross in the night ...
Including a 2001 trade that was a mess from start to finish.
A double steal by Ron Schueler helped key an unexpected division championship.
Bringing in Steve Sax, and shedding David Wells.
The Hall comes calling for Hoyt and Tom Terrific ... but cheats a South Side legend out of enshrinement.
The South Siders go bold, both with fashion and A.J.
Vive la France ... and a betting scandal dies.
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