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"When it all comes together, you've got something pretty special."

Ricky talks about the group of young talent on the White Sox:
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Lori CromeyI am very much looking forward to the upcoming white sox seasons. We have a lot of good young talent that really seemed to all click together the last few months. Can't wait!

17 hours ago   ·  11
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Jose CamachoThe White Sox also made sure they got good young arms, something the Cubs failed to do. I feel bad for Quintana, but as we already knew prior to the trade, he wasn't an Ace. Going against Kershaw in an elimination game at home proved it further.

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Eric TruskWhy do so many people want Ricky replaced? For the first time since Ozzie, we have a manager who can get his players to play hard and hustle always, have them playing the game the right way fundamentally, and is miles better than Robin when it comes to in game strategy. His guys will run through a wall for him, once he has the talent in the majors, he will be an outstanding manager, imo. He is awesome with the young guys and can communicate better with the Latin players, which is more important than a lot of people realize. Just seems to me that firing him this soon would hurt more than it would help.

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Stephen JonesThose rebuild trades are looking better and better all the time. Sale almost single-handedly lost the ALDS for Boston (I’m not surprised at all), did Eaton factor at all in the NLDS? And Q got hammered in the NLCS (I feel sorry for Quintana, who’s such a good guy, but then, it was the the Cubs, who always deserve to be roadkill). Bring on the future. #WhiteSox #SouthSideForLife

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Akili ThomasMan I'm so excited for the future of this team hopefully it's going to be something special when it all comes together.

17 hours ago   ·  2
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Alex PerezLike I told cubs fans before...the next chicago team to win a WS will be the sox...they said I’m crazy and brought up Harper like they’re landing him lol

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Tito FigueroaIf jerry can hire some1 like him for the bulls id actually have faith in a rebuild. Ricky has those kids playing hard everyday.

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Aaron JosephThese next two-three years are gonna be exciting to see what comes from all the young talent in the system

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Jose Luis CiriloThey will be a competing team in their division and become a perenial contender in a couple of years....

17 hours ago
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EA AlvaradoLets fleece the cubs once more how about a trade of carlos Rodon , James Shields , Yolmer Sanchez for Kyle schwarber and Albert Almora or Ian Happ lol 😂😂 jk would be nice tho

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Stephen AyersNext Chicago baseball team to make it to the WS.

17 hours ago   ·  10
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Jose CamachoPhillip Hacek Do you, really want Baker to manage the White Sox and destroy those young arms?

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Steve GungelWe will be back to the WS before the Cubs!

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Matthew MichaelRicky Renteria is awesome!

16 hours ago   ·  2
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Michael PelotAll we need is that new ballpark in the south loop and we all set

17 hours ago   ·  2
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Max Bement"We've been in every game this year" yeah, 0-0 in the first inning before the first pitch.... the sox are trash....

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Tom SettepaniHey Wayne this must be the place where Sox fans play Aerosmith's Dream On over and over

7 hours ago

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John RileyI like Ricky. He knows baseball, has enthusiasm for the game, and makes sense when he talks.

17 hours ago   ·  1
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Danny CarlinoTrampoline into next season? Odd choice of words.

17 hours ago
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Phillip HacekDusty Baker and John Farrell are available. Gardenhire was just snatched up. Let's not waste time getting a real manager

16 hours ago
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Edward HadnottCatching the baseball and good pitching will be the key. If we do those two things we will be competitive.

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Eddie FisherThe future looks bright! Very bright indeed! 😎

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Benjamin WimmerYay we win World Champions 2017

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Jesus ReyesThe rebuild process is looking good. Cant wait.😀

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Patty FernandezHopefully we'll see this young talent take it the postseason!#don'tstopbelieving

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Roderick McNealyTwo years to go, look at Astros model. Just not sure Hahn and Williams are the people to accomplish this. And please, stop with the 1983 uniforms. How about 1917 updated version - at least that team won something and World Series uniform a colorful classic.

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Noah AirdMy #1 moment is the Cubs getting swept

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Arturo CabralMy favorite moment is when we beat the scrubs at north side this year.

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Eric WoodallI didn't even know the Sox had 5 good moments....hmmm

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Akili ThomasThe rally Unicorn was my favorite fan moment of this season.

2 days ago   ·  2
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Cecilia MeisterThis is Why I Love my Sox!!❤❤❤

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John DigginsJust fix the team. Speak with the Dodgers if you need directions.

2 days ago   ·  1
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Gabe Olson-MendozaChristopher Cobb why I love the sox #FlyTheL

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Jim DugganWhat about the bacon-cheddar pretzel dog I had?

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Eric AyeThis is just a small reason why I love being a Sox fan.

24 hours ago
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Kevin LewDawg Lewis#FlyTheTears tonight

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Mike KreftI definitely miss #56!

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Dona CohenStefanie see unicorns are White Sox fans🦄

2 days ago
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Thomas Pepperslove em all!

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Janice De Nardo Zawodniak#LOVEMYSOX!#ALLGREATVIDEOS!

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Ingvall NelsonDope.

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Sandra SalazarBeautiful!

3 days ago
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Jimmy WilliamsKatie rally unicorn

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Rory O'BoyleConor Lang any playoff highlights??

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Nicole JarvisScott, number 2!

2 days ago
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Sean McCarthyMichael McCarthy Sr. Kathy Seibert McCarKathy Seibert McCarthyVal Tairi

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Kristina GluthJohn Quaglia Dave Marszalek I love this

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Matt DeanJeremy Schrank Nate Kurant good content

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Phil ComptonSarah #5

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Meghan RokasKathleen Marie Mary Jennings

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Quick poll: When you think of El Duque, you think of this highlight? Yes or no?

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Jim GardnerNo. I think of him coming in against the Red Sox with the bases loaded and no outs and retiring the three hitters he faced without allowing any runs.

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Eric BertramNope. I think of him getting out of the bases loaded, nobody out jam against the red sox.

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Richard HeridiaLooks like his outing in Boston is unanimous. I remember it while living in New England at the time how nerve racking that was and the seemingly euphoric atmosphere in Fenway disappeared.

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Charlie BrechlinNo. Game 3 in Boston. Bases juiced no one out. I was delivering pizzas at the time. I was so nervous and listening on the radio. An hour earlier I asked my friends to order a pizza but to leave an address that was incredibly far but it was really just down the street. So I delivered their pizza and got to watch the end of the game. So good.

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Kyle AutreyNo, it's always the moment where he comes in bases loaded no outs and gets the next three outs. This was a great moment but nothing beats that moment against the red sox.

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Joe DombrowskiNot at all. El Duque will always be rememberef for the cold-blooded performance against the Red Sox.

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Dan AdamsI think of the bases loaded, no outs against Boston

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Orlando MoralesNope i remember him for his game against boston i think in the clincher bases loaded no one out and got like two infield flys i believe and a strikeout either way he recorded three outs in a tight game bases loaded noone out thats what i remember from him

7 days ago   ·  6
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Rick BrennanFalse, I think of him getting out of the bases loaded jam in Boston and John Rooney with the call "hocus pocus says Hernandez!"

7 days ago   ·  7
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Ben KochPosting that caption with any video other than him getting out of that bases-loaded no-out jam against Boston is simply absurd.

6 days ago   ·  6
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Wayne HansonGreat Sunday so far Da Redskins, Da Bears and for all you Cutler haters out there threw two touchdown passes to beat Atlanta. Now all need is Dodger Blue victory and keep winning at the Casino Ya Baby.👍🏈⚾️🍺

6 days ago   ·  1

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Alan HeffelfingerThe game against the Red Sox. The ball that AJ threw up into the stands after El Duque struck out Damon should be in a shrine somewhere.

7 days ago   ·  2
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Danny CarlinoNo. It's always Boston. I was resigned to the fact that Houston was going to score there to win. They should have bunted with less than two out. Oh well. Good for us!

6 days ago   ·  3
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Alex ProaNope! I will always remember how he came into game 3 vs the Red Sox bases loaded no outs! He got the the next three hitters out with no runs allowed that's what I remember most about him during his tenure with The White Sox.

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Joseph J. MontgomeryNo! Coming in to get out of the bases loaded jam against the Red Sox. That (and game two of the series) were the two main turning points of the World Series run. I’m disappointed the White Sox do not recognize that as his best moment.

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Joseph DodgeNo; what I think of is his performance in the playoffs against the Red Sox, bases loaded and no outs, and he gets out all three men that came up to the plate in that inning!

6 days ago   ·  2
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Eugene Jr SochaWe were second class citizens of the media if not for that but then again we are second class citizens according to E.S.SP.N THE cUBS did it all

7 days ago   ·  2
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Kirby FoehnerNo, his getting out of a bases loaded with nobody out in the playoffs against the Red Sox definitely

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Ray DoranBases loaded, no outs, and got out of it with zero runs against Red Sox will always be my best of him

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Mary ArmstrongHe will forever be remembered for the 2005 ALDS. When he came into the game, the bases were loaded and no outs. He retired the three batters he faced and allowed no runs.

6 days ago   ·  1
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David NavarroNot all. Bases loaded nobody out against Boston, his home run during interleague play and 6 innings of no hits vs. K.C.

6 days ago   ·  2
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Janette StrzalkaThis is great. The Sox can't even get this right. How could they even think of posting anything other than the Boston game?

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Bradley ZelmanAre there any Sox fans who don't think of him against the Red Sox in the ALDS with the bases loaded? I wouldn't think so

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Andy TourvesBases loaded no outs vs Boston in ALDS. Comes in and gets out of it. Most intense half inning of baseball ever!

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Pat TurnockI think about game 3 of the ALDS, when he came in with based loaded, no outs... & got out of the inning without giving up a run. His best performance, in my opinion.

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Which White Sox player hit the longest home run in 2017?

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Brad SowinskiI'm not huge into numbers but did you notice Tim Anderson #7 hit his homerun on 7.7.17 in the 7th inning? Neat.

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Daniel Ligocki#2 Mariners fan happy to get an opposing team’s homerun ball because what else do they have to look forward to being a Mariners fan? 😂

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Mark ConnellyOld Comiskey park in the early 70s .. was at Bat day and Bill Melton jacked one over the roof !! Might still be going!

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Arturo CabralAt least we're better swingers than those scrubs. We will go to playoffs next year and beat the scrubs!!!!!! Let's cheer for the Dodgers!!!!!!!

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Al KaraAll home runs go exactly the same distance, 360 ft. 90 to first base, 90 to second, 90 to third, and 90 to home.

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Andra D. WalkerBetter question: When was the last time the White Sox were in the playoffs, 2008? Been a while, hasn't it?

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Jacob EngelskindI'd say Matt Davidson hit the longest home run

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Dennis CroninLol,save it for next year!! Get some pitching,starting and relief.then make the run for the title.

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The Flying Locksmiths - Chicagotheir future is bright! Their day will come soon. Go Sox!

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Bridget MoranTerry Moran # 3 was the one that guy behind us called right before jose hit it

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Mike FairweatherThis post is really reaching for it, just like the homeruns.

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Mike StropkovicWow should have given extra runs for that- NOT

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Matt CosentinoI was at that Seattle game, that ball was crushed!

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Alex ColsonCarter Hoff Listen to the HAWK

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Lupillo Serna Aranda CamachoSeason 2018 hurry the F**k up!😀😀 #GoChiSOX

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Tom McNeilCubs win 🙃

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Shaun ClemonsWho cares!!!

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Steve SwitzerCUBS WIN! CUBS WIN!!

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Mike MillerTwo thumbs up for Davidson

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Michael Irvin Kopaczewski2 of 5 vs. Northsiders... ...Yes!

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Steve GarciaI miss Wimpy. And I am gonna miss Hawk.

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Barbara LaraNot enough of them😢

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Khidir GreenMatt Davidson 476 Feet

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Eric MartinezMatty D

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Ron SkidmoreOld Comiskey..walking through the underneath way down the lines in an almost dead quiet cavernous area leading up to the bleachers. Out of some door Ivan pops out, sees us and gave us 5 bucks for our hot dog. Being kids, we obliged.

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Sean SullivanNice archive work, Sox; one of my favorite players growing up. Saddened to hear of his passing many years ago. RIP Ivan.

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David E. FaulknerMy dad Bill Faulkner and I were at this game. We had moved to Toledo in 86 and this was the first time we ventured north to Tiger Stadium watch our Sox! Great ballpark and very reminiscent of old Comiskey Park. This was a Monday Night Baseball game on ABC.

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Tim Mosley Jr.Thanks Sox!! This Yankees win is definitely a part of you guys giving the Yankees back Robertson and Todd Frazier. And to beat the Indians your division rival, it's got a feel pretty sweet! Go Yankees and go White Sox!

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Tim FroehligWe need this and Old Comiskey in the MLB the Show games, but they never listen, or are never able to get licensing agreements to do so.

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Maurice SnellRest in peace, Ivan Calderon. He was one of my favorite White Sox players to watch. He did it with his speed and defense.

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Francesco CirottoneSad that he was shot and killed in Puerto Rico in 2003.

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Pete BarnettIs that Kenny coming over from CF?

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Angelo Daniel PesceSteven Pesce You were 11 months old in a laundry basket as I was watching this happen. #memories #skypoint

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Brian MclainI remember watching this live as a kid.

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Brad KingOne of my favorite players from that era!

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Lupillo Serna Aranda CamachoThat happen 7 days after I was born, cool!😀

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Danny CarlinoOne of the greatest and funkiest plays in Sox history.

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Thomas P. Brennan"Have gun, will Trammel"

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Greg VitousI remember that pretty well. One of my all time favorites!

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Jeff BloomdahlStill can't believe he got that high with his chains!

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Victoria BrayfieldOld Comisky park, Ivan,, miss the old days of the White Sox.

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Brian KubalThose uniforms look like a 1980s rock band spandex LOL that was an awesome catch do you remember that one he could hit also

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Tae ChoWhat a fun player was he to watch!!

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Craig ChapmanWhat catch before they called them what they are today man.

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John C ForstIvan still sells beer at the sporting events. Pippen too. Just look next time.

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Ryan HeatherGreat catch, gotta love Tiger Stadium, it had so many quirks!

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Joe FosterAwesome catch and memorable player indeed. BTW...Those unis were horrendous!

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Tim JorgensenI miss the old comiskey park even though the new one is nice

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Joshua RosaIs that wimpy doing color?

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Ryan BuikemaThey are re building. I really dont get how "fans" dont understand that. If they are boring, or you would rather guage your eyes out then watch them then leave. But dont come back in a yr or two when they are winning and winning big. Go Go White Sox!

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Caleb CaceresThese walkoffs were just a few of the things this team did that made them very fun to watch and I know that it may be a little more time before we are in the playoffs but every single game is a fun game to watch with these guys#Gosoxgo

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Eric SacullaHow did that game against Toronto where we were down like 6-0 late in the game not make this list? I believe we came back and ended up winning 7-6.

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George RosnerSome weird stuff here, if you are a true Sox fan, this was fun, hopefully a reminder of what is to come a lot more the next few seasons..better than watching the cubs anytime..

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David LiskaWow Mike they really had to scrape to find these. Were the sox rained out tonight too ...... oh thats right they finished 34 out

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Rodger SoudersSox are awful, I don't know how much love I have left.

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Etheria Modacure4 of these walk offs were against teams that reached the postseason.

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Edmund MckinneyThis is MY squad And I'm keeping em SOUTHSIDE TILL I DIE!!!

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Ian Fraser Lemmy BuckleyJave to celebrate something....I guess.

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Kendall SmithNext year should be good I am hoping they make the playoffs!

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James McDanielsJust wait a few more years and they're going to be awesome!

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Michael DiazAugust Yankovich awks when I remember all of these 😂

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David PeekI'm gonna miss "MERCY" big time..

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Gabriel CaballeroYES YES WHITE SOX

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David KlukaOHHH WHAT A RUSH.

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Jason DerrAll two of them.

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Mark MillerCHWS = SELLOUT pieces of garbage!

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Curtis TaylorLow Interest Field

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Curtis TaylorCanceled

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Mario DucciNick Seidlitz Nick Vidas Nick Goytia

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Brian EhmanMatt Wlodarski

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Jon MarshallKendall Ann Kueteman #4 😊

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Kyle BurkeKevin Winters

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Dane DearingColeton Ince

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John Kiko RodriguezMikey Rodriguez

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Jeff GeorgasWas at this game in Baltimore. Was in a wedding in DC the day b4. Knew Sox were playing so cousins and I went, expecting Hibbard to pitch. Instead got the much talked about minor leaguer from the Baines/Sosa trade, Wilson Alvarez. Great time there that day.

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Mike LopezI remember watching this game! He came from Texas, it was him, Scott Fletcher and Sammy Sosa we got in a three team trade for Harold Baines if I'm not mistaken.

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Jeff HeemanI was 10 yrs old watching this, loved that early 90s team with fisk, thomas, black jack. Tons of talent, would've been interesting to see how things went if not for the strike.

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Allen AndrickI was there with my Dad. First and only no-hitter I've witnessed live. I remember 1 Dog (Lance Johnson) making at least 2 incredible catches to keep the no-no in tact. I think Wilson also walked at least 7.

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Sam DajaniOn my birthday I remember this! Man do I long for the day the southsiders return to prominence! I trust in Hahn’s plan. Sure hope in the next 2-3 years it’s go time!

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Mike SchloegelCam Lerner keeping the "tag your Sox fan buddy Tra-D" alive here's another one even though I wasn't born yet for it lol

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Steve GarciaMike Lopez, hahaha, and then we used to laugh at Sammy trying to hit a HR on every swing... And then with the Cubs Sammy discovered steroids.

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George GreyI watched this game from my bed in the ICU of Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago. I in the hospital for 6 weeks and in the ICU for 3 with a relatively rare children's virus.

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Steve GarciaI saw Wilson pitch a 1-hitter in Detroit around 1999. The LF just missed on a shoestring catch attemot early in the game.

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Sam AbbasyI remember watching this game at 8yrs old and not really knowing what was going on but I remember the confetti and the announcers reaction vividly.

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Alex GallegosBooch, I always get a big smile on my face when I click on these Sox posts and already see you liked it. 😁

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Justin SvobodaI remember watching this game with my old man, on "SportsChannel" from our couch in the western suburbs of Chicago...

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Brian HawbakerI was there, been too so many Sox games in Baltimore over the years with living within an hour from there.

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Jeremy HerrmannFirst Sox game I ever watched. I was 10 years old in Cali and didn't know the Sox were on TV there, but happened to come across it late in the game while flipping through the channels. I was a new fan after my Bo (my favorite player) was signed, so it was great timing!

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Joshua RosaRemember that game. It was a saturday game and my friends wanted me to play ball. I was like ill be there in a few.. but never made it to the field lol

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Felipe Bustos Jr.Love these throwbacks. Ron Korkovice and Wilson Alvarez were a good match. Rudy Bustos

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Marcus ThomasI remember watching that game. I was 12. Wilson Alvarez became my favorite Sox pitcher from that moment on.

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Isaac M. JohnsonI remember watching this game. I was 11. First no-hitter I'd seen to that point.

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Gabe MontoyaWas vacationing in Alaska when I heard the news. Wilson Alvarez one of my all-time favorite Sox pitchers

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Harry DahmsOctober 1871 was the date of the Chicago Fire for all you interested in useless information

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Rick RisdenWatched that game at Clown's Alley on 59th & Kedzie with a bunch of Hooligans...

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Don KranzWilson was a top-notch pitcher....always liked him ...

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Justin NelsonNever seemed to hear about him after that. How long was he in the bigs?

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David Harretosover 26 years ago, that is sickening lol, remember it really well!

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Dana PritchettJust 6 more months to wait!

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Sean V. CarneyJose V was always good for 25 dingers & 25 errors a season. Liked him a lot though. Him & Ray Durham were a nice double play combo.

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Eli Flores-ChevaTony not only hit for the cycle, he also hit it in order, first Ab Hit, second Ab, double, third Ab Triple and his fourth Ab the HR...

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Douglas SokulskiOne of my favs from this era of WS baseball. Great baserunner and clutch. His fielding "errors" never bothered me like most.

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Joel EricksonJose Valentin must have hit .480 in games I attended during his time with the Sox. Every time, liners and gappers all day.

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Rick LarsonI remember this game, and the season. A month and a half later they went on the road and swept the Indians and the Yankees, which was a huge deal for them back then. Great team that just couldn't get it done against Seattle.

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Jay PalmerI remember this, Singleton's two years before, Fisk's in 80s, Brohamer's in 70s and Abreu's this year. That's five decades in a row! They only did it one other time, I think in the 20s? Okay time for Da Bears and Mitch's QB debut Good Luck!

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Jake MauntelHonestly, I didn't even like Valentin. It has been awhile, but if my shoddy memory serves me correctly (good luck there) Jose struck out a lot. I don't like those ballplayers.

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Eddie FisherOwn his game used bat from his playing days with the white sox. And a game used jersey of his from his playing days with the Mets.

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Kris KabatHe had his fielding issues...but Jose was a solid player & I enjoyed watching him on our team. A lot of good days with a lot of the players I saw in this

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Patrick LynchInteresting to note that the outfield pitching pen that in this video was changed and that now it is covered with seats. I forget what year they redid that however.

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Chris HaynesGreat player. Loved watching him. I’d also say he was somewhat underrated.

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Duke LaMereThe closest we'll ever get to seeing Freddie Mercury play baseball. What a legend.

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Baltazar BalderasLook at young Paul Konerko at the end... he was amazed by the cycle

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Brian Burke2000 White Sox team was a lot of fun to watch. Sucked how the playoffs went down. Jose was decent.

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James HeratyAny stats on how many cycles were hit in order? Single, double, triple, homerun?

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Mark OttenfeldLoved Jose...especially the heart tap against those who shall be unnamed.....

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Rob WilsonWas he the last Sox player to hit 3 homers in a game?

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Jerrad WilsonHe had 104 rbis that game

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William R SaultersI was at this game he did it in order, a Single a Double a Triple and then the big Home Run

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Matthew ClohessyChris Kooistra and his mustache also had a double with an RBI

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Ed Swierbinskione of my fav Chicago White Sox players EVER!

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Kyle Reed-LorenzJose!!! One of my all time favorite Sox players!!!

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Doug O'brienYeah Fabian Calderon you guys got a playoff win but we have a guy that hit for the cycle 17 years ago......boo ya

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Jason KoepkeRyan J Koepke Recognize the home run call? After I heard it I wanted to pop a beer

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Ryan HoesleyOne of my favorite memories growing up. Regina Durham Ray was in that video 😃

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Frank Morelliwish nothing but big things for this kid....:)

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Henry ChinaskiThese segments are awesome! Gotta love how down to earth Benetti is. Looking forward to more Benetti Stone.

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Joel KweskinJason needs a distinct, consistent, original home run call -- that may be the only thing missing from his repertoire...

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Tom MinearGonna miss Hawk, but Benetti is a great replacement

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Shawn NehuatlBenetti picked Venezuela on FIFA, he deserves to lose.

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Alley Nottothey're great 2gether ~ luv Yolmer's personality! 🙂

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Matt Ivorybeat the geek.....get rid of this clown

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John HurkYolmer needs a real adress in FIFA... I would of scored with Venezuela.. I m sure on that 😉

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Robert CloadBenetti is awesome.

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Dana PritchettLove them both!!

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Beto LJesus you got to play him lol

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Garrett KelderhouseWE NEED A.J.

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Pahola VasquezMaria Jose Guirados este es el vídeo que te decía ayer.

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Erich BeerDon’t let Benetti leave. He’s awesome

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Martin MartinezBiz Wheelock this is awesome.

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Jonny WorstBrendan Barry do u hate him

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Xavier VergaraZachary Vergara Patrick Grim Matthew Rooney good stuff

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Bill HronekWhat a postseason run. I still remember Ed Farmer's radio call when Paulie made the final out to clinch the pennant. Never in my life did I think the Sox would win the World Series. I can die a happy sports fan thanks to them winning in 2005.

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Annette King LoefflerStill get teary eyed just remembering that great, magical season. The guys, the plays,,,everything! They got no respect that whole year, and all these years later, still no respect for their domination in the post season.

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Rick StoneNot likely to ever see four consecutive complete games in the post-season again. Amazing.

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James DeVelderThis is something that I think will never happen again. 4 complete games in a row!Unbelievable! Maybe Giolito, Lopez, Rodon and Fulmer can do it in the 2020 World Series👍🏻 wait...Rodon will be hurt. Never mind.

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Olympos MonsGreat as if this postseason won't be depressing enough with the Sox not being in it..FB is gonna keep reminding me of yesteryear when I was young and when the Sox ran sh'!+

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Joseph MauriceThat pitching was one of the best ever in the playoffs on there way to be World Series Champions,they lost game one in the playoffs and then won 11 straight games to become champions, I don't no other team has ever done that

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Rudy Loya Sr.Sox, haven't been the same since, sad that 05 was the last year the White Sox actually played baseball and played as a team.

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Barbara L KobelThe Ding Bat Rick Hahn keeps trading our best bull pen players in his rebuild efforts! First Chris Sale, Jose Quintana to the Cubs, Todd Frazier to the NY Yankees, Melky Cabrera! Now he said he has to work on the Bull Pen! His head is screwed on backward and he S/B fired! I texted him and told him to stop trading our top players and get rid of the bad ones! I said he should be fired as he is destroying our team! He is disgustingly stupid!😈

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Marla O'Rourke BennettWhat a year!! Watching all the exciting playoff baseball this week takes me back to 2005. Can't wait for our Sox to get back to that level...we're on our way!!!

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Rene CasillasCeases to amaze me how they went into oblivion after this season. Still no one shows up to support their "great" team...

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Tom Trakszelis2 more yrs another Championship. Can't wait .Got some crow slow roasting till then. Eat this Cub's!!

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Steven UmanaDid you say you're inviting Freddy to this year's Sox fest? Noooooo! Really?! That would be so AWESOME!

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John Hope11-1 playoff run. Greatest post season performance in Chicago baseball history.

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Titilayo UzochiThat Chisox team could sweep last years Chicubs team !

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Jose AguirreYou won't ever see a more dominant team in the playoffs than our 2005 World Series Champions!!! More of that to come!! GO SOX!!⚾🏆

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Edward HadnottSweaty Freddie was a horse that year.

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Victoria BrayfieldWhat a year, I would love to see the White Sox do another World Series.

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Libby MuranskyThat was soooo much cooler than the cubs winning last year!

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Linda Fiarito-MarshallHistoric world series. So proud of our White Sox team. Great memories.

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Christopher JTTrue winners. Chicago’s real baseball team.

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Jeff BalcerzakSweaty Freddy - that was the best pitched 4 consecutive games I've seen my entire life

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Patrick TobasOne of the greatest pitching performances in ALCS history. That was one for the ages.

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John F BrowningFreddy was SO great that year. He's a real Chicago White Sox hero.

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Kenneth SimsThays all Sox fans have at the moment, memories...

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Jim MartinPitching wins World Series, and they had a great squad that year.

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