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November 04, 2005

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A. J. Pierzynski Cover - Sports Illustrated November 04, 2005

November 04, 2005 | Andrew Lawrence
FOR ONE CHICAGOAN, THIS GLORIOUS RUN BY THE PALE HOSE MADE IT O.K. TO BE A WHITE SOX FAN

November 04, 2005 | Michael Farber
HE MAY NOT BE POLITICALLY CORRECT, BUT THE OFTEN UNCONVENTIONAL AND ALWAYS OUTSPOKEN OZZIE GUILLEN HAS MADE THE SOUTH SIDE EXCITING AGAIN

November 04, 2005 | Daniel G. Habib
FLEET, FEARLESS AND OH-SO-FOCUSED, SCOTT PODSEDNIK IS RAPIDLY PROVING HE'S GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO BE THE BIG MAN OF SMALL BALL

November 04, 2005 | Richard Deitsch
THE SOX STARTED FAST, STUMBLED LATE BUT RALLIED FOR THEIR FIRST DIVISION TITLE IN FIVE SEASONS

November 04, 2005
THE SOX ENDED BOSTON'S REIGN, OUSTED THE ANGELS, THEN BROUGHT IT ALL HOME WITH A SWEET SWEEP OF HOUSTON

November 04, 2005
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November 04, 2005 | Tom Verducci
JOSE CONTRERAS AND BOBBY JENKS, NO STRANGERS TO LONG SUFFERING, FOUND THEIR COMFORT ZONE IN TIME TO HELP BANISH THE DEFENDING CHAMPS

November 04, 2005 | Tom Verducci
In Game 2, with Boston up 4-2 in the fifth, Juan Uribe hits a one-out grounder to second baseman Tony Graffanino, who lets the potential double play ball roll through his legs. Two batters later...

November 04, 2005 | Tom Verducci
ENERGIZED BY A CATCHER WITH A PENCHANT FOR ANNOYING OPPONENTS AND DISRUPTING PLAYS, THE SOX REACHED THEIR FIRST WORLD SERIES IN 46 YEARS

November 04, 2005 | Tom Verducci
Could it be anything but the dropped third strike in Game 2? With the Angels trying to go up two games to none, the White Sox grabbed momentum by taking advantage of the umpire's controversial...

November 04, 2005 | Tom Verducci
THIS QUARTET MADE CHICAGO ONLY THE SECOND TEAM TO GET FOUR STRAIGHT COMPLETE GAMES FROM ITS STARTERS IN THE POSTSEASON

November 04, 2005 | Tom Verducci
A SWEEP OF THE ASTROS--IN TYPICALLY CLOSE FASHION--GAVE THE SOX THEIR FIRST SERIES TITLE SINCE 1917

November 04, 2005 | Tom Verducci
GAME 1 AT CHICAGO

November 04, 2005 | Franz Lidz
FAMOUSLY SHOELESS, OFT CLUELESS, NOW, PEERLESS, THE SOX HAVE A TALE LIKE NO OTHER

November 04, 2005 | As Told to Melvin Durslag
For all their skill the White Sox in 1919 weren't a harmonious club. But there was a common bond--our dislike for owner Charles Comiskey. I would like to blame the trouble we got into on...

November 04, 2005 | Roy Terrell
There were some who went away disappointed. No starting pitcher was able to go all the way; the fielding, on occasion, was shoddy; the home run, at times, appeared to have become obsolete. It was...

November 04, 2005 | William Barry Furlong
In the secret reaches of his private universe there is little that the dreamer in Bill Veeck says can't be done. His success, his failures, his joys, his sorrows have created an extravagant legend...

November 04, 2005
THE GREATEST PALE HOSE EVER? HERE ARE SI'S PICKS--START THE DEBATE

November 04, 2005 | Andrew Lawrence
FROM PIERCE TO PODSEDNIK, THE TRIUMPHS AND TRAVAILS OF THE WHITE SOX HAVE BEEN WELL COVERED BY SI FOR SIX DECADES

November 04, 2005 | Richard Deitsch
PETE WARD OF THE WHITE SOX WAS BUMPED OFF SI'S COVER BY THE UNLIKELIEST OF FOES

November 04, 2005 | Minnie Miñoso
A MAJOR LEAGUER SINCE 1949 AND A PLAYER WITH THE WHITE SOX IN FOUR DECADES, THE AGELESS OCTOGENARIAN AT LONG LAST HAS HIS WORLD SERIES RING