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Event Date Venue Availabilty
Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox
September 25, 2014
Thursday - 7:10 PM
US Cellular Field
Chicago, IL
Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox
September 26, 2014
Friday - 7:10 PM
US Cellular Field
Chicago, IL
Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox
September 27, 2014
Saturday - 6:10 PM
US Cellular Field
Chicago, IL
Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox
September 28, 2014
Sunday - 1:10 PM
US Cellular Field
Chicago, IL



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Chicago White Sox Information

The Chicago White Sox is a Major League Baseball team based in Chicago, Illinois.  The outstanding team is a member of the Central Division of the American League.  The U.S. Cellular Field, also known as The Cell, is the home stadium of the Chicago White Sox.  The Chicago White Sox is also considered as one of the original franchises of the American League.  The great efforts of the team make the Chicago White Sox tickets sell abundantly as fans continue to patronize the games of the team. 

The Chicago White Sox entered the baseball world as the Sioux City Cornhuskers in 1893-1894 in the Western League.  After the 1894 season, the franchise owner moved the team to St. Paul, and so the team was called the St. Paul Saints.  In 1900, as the Western League changed its name to the American League, St. Paul Saints was moved to Chicago and the club was called the White Stockings.  After the 1903 season, the team officially adopted its shortened name, coming up as the team of White Sox

The inaugural season of the White Sox under the major league was a great start, with the team acquiring a season result of 83 wins and 53 losses.  In addition to this, the Chicago White Sox won over Cleveland in the first official American League game.  The White Sox as the Chicago White Stockings made a successful start upon winning the first rank of the American League in the 1901 season.  Through the outstanding play of Ed Walsh, Nick Altrock, and as well as Doc White, the Chicago White Sox won the 1906 American League pennant with a record of 93-58.  The Chicago White Sox kept back the New York Highlanders by 3 games, which made the team reach their first World Series.  The Chicago White Sox encountered the National League’s Chicago Cubs.  The Chicago White Sox tickets were sold to thousands of fans and MLB supporters who waited for the outstanding cross-town match-up.  The Chicago White Sox successfully won the 1906 World Series title by four games to two.  In that season, the team was called the Hitless Wonders for having had the lowest team batting average in the American League in 1906. 

The 1916 season was not a bad one for the Chicago White Sox.  The team was able to finish a record of 89 wins and 65 losses.  Moreover, the team was ranked 2nd in the American League.  During the 1917 season, the Chicago White Sox tickets had a huge sale again as the team made a come back in the 1917 World Series.  With a season result of 100-54 in what is considered as their best season, the Chicago White Sox had acquired their American League pennant by 9 games over the Boston Red Sox, and so they advanced to the World Series.  The Chicago White Sox faced the New York Giants in the World Series.  The White Sox started to win in Games 1 and 2, and then the Giants took Game 3 and Game 4, and then finally the White Sox finished the series in Games 5 and 6.  The 1917 season was remarkable in the franchise history of the White Sox because it was the first and, so far, the only one hundred-win season undergone by the team.   In 1919, the White Sox dominated the American League once again, with a record of 88-52, and gained the American League pennant by winning 3 and a half games over the Cleveland Indians.  The White Sox appeared in the World Series again for the third time, but unfortunately they lost to the Cincinnati Reds by five games to three. 

The Chicago White Sox returned in the World Series in 1959 with a season record of 94-60, and the White Sox acquired their first pennant in forty years.  In that World Series, however, the White Sox team was not able to obtain the title leading to a 4-2 win of the Los Angeles Dodgers.   

The success of the Chicago White Sox continued in 1983 when they appeared in the American League Championship Series, though losing to the Baltimore Orioles by three games to one.  The team of White Sox strived for success upon gaining the second place in the American League West Division during the 1990 and the 1991 MLB season. 

In 1993, the White Sox, with a record of 94-68, encountered the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League Championship Series.  The Blue Jays won the 1993 ALCS by four games to two.  At the time of the 1994 players’ strike, the team of the Chicago White Sox led the new Central Division of the American League.  In the year of 2000, with a record of 95-67, the Chicago White Sox was first in the AL Central Division but unfortunately lost to the Seattle Mariners by 3-0 during the American League Division Series. 

Though the World Series title has become elusive for the Chicago White Sox since 1918, the team was determined and in fact won the 2005 American League Division Series over the Boston Red Sox by three games to none.  During the 2005 season, the White Sox finished with a record of 99-63.  The team of White Sox advanced to the American League Championship Series and defeated the Los Angeles Angels by four games to one.  Furthermore, the season gave the White Sox a major victory when they were able to win the World Series with a remarkable 4-0 victory over the Houston Astros.

The Chicago White Sox has proven that they are a highly-spirited team with great efforts and determination.  The Chicago White Sox tickets can prove that the Chicago White Sox games are continually supported by White Sox fans as well as MLB supporters.  The White Sox is indeed one of the outstanding teams of the Major League Baseball.

In fact, the following are the 2007 great players that comprise the Chicago White Sox team:

40-Man Roster:


• David Aardsma
• Mark Buehrle
• Jose Contreras
• Dewon Day
• Gavin Floyd
• Jon Garland
• Charlie Haeger
• Bobby Jenks
• Boone Logan
• Mike MacDougal
• Nick Masset
• Oneli Perez
• Heath Phillips
• Paulino Reynoso
• Andrew Sisco
• Matt Thornton
• Sean Tracey
• Carlos Vasquez
• Javier Vazquez


• Toby Hall
• A.J. Pierzynski


• Alex Cintron
• Joe Crede
• Josh Fields
• Andy Gonzalez
• Tadahito Iguchi
• Paul Konerko
• Pedro Lopez
• Pablo Ozuna
• Casey Rogowski
• Juan Uribe


• Brian Anderson
• Jermaine Dye
• Darin Erstad
• Rob Mackowiak
• Jerry Owens
• Scott Podsednik
• Ryan Sweeney
• Luis Terrero

Designated Hitters

• Jim Thome

Non-Roster Invitees:


• Lance Broadway
• Ryan Bukvich
• John Danks
• Gio Gonzalez
• Corwin Malone
• Adam Russell
• Edwardo Sierra
• Wes Whisler


• Cole Armstrong
• Wiki Gonzalez
• Donny Lucy
• Gustavo Molina


• Eduardo Perez
• Kenny Perez
• Junior Spivey
• Robert Valido


• Kenny Kelly

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