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Chicago White Sox Details
The White Sox, originally called the White Stockings, were a founding member of the American League in 1901. The White Sox won the World Series in 1917 with a team that included “Shoeless” Joe Jackson. In 1919, the White Sox played in a best-of-nine World Series that they lost to the Cincinnati Reds. The 1919 Series is best known for the infamous Black Sox scandal: members of the White Sox accepted a $5000 bribe to intentionally lose the Series. Eight members of the White Sox, including Jackson (though many still argue he was innocent), were banned from baseball forever.
After the scandal, the White Sox faced a long championship drought. They reached the Series just once (in 1959) before they finally won in 2005. The White Sox beat the Houston Astros in four games to capture their first title in almost 90 years. The 2005 Red Sox were known for their dominant pitching, led by all-star Mark Buehrle, but right fielder Jermaine Dye was named MVP of the World Series. Dye had a .438 batting average in the Series, and he hit the tie-breaking home run to win Game 4.
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