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The Chicago White Sox are one of the eight charter franchises of the American League, being established in 1901 as the Chicago White Stockings. The team name was switched to the White Sox in 1904.
The White Sox play their home games inside Guaranteed Rate Field, which has been their home since 1991. The stadium was originally named Comiskey Park, the same as their previous stadium before being changed to U.S. Cellular Field and then Guaranteed Rate Field. From 1910 until 1990, the White Sox played their home games at the original Comiskey Park on the South side of Chicago.
The Chicago White Sox are members of the American League, playing within the American League Central Division. The other teams within the American League Central are the Cleveland Indians, the Detroit Tigers, the Kansas City Royals, and the Minnesota Twins.
The White Sox have won five division titles in their history, with two coming as members of the American League West Division and three as members of the AL Central. The White Sox have also won six American League pennants and three World Series championships. Their first World Series victory came in 1906 with the most recent title coming in 2005. Their other championship came in 1917.
The 2005 World Series victory was historic because it not only snapped an almost 90-year championship drought, but it was the first World Series won by a Latino manager. Ozzie Guillen managed the White Sox, with Jermaine Dye, Paul Konerko and Mark Buehrle leading the way on the field.
The Chicago White Sox have a rich history of great players, landing eleven players in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. With Luis Aparicio, Eddie Collins and Al Lopez headlining the list of the top players of the earliest era of players, some of the more modern greats in franchise history are Harold Baines and The Big Hurt, Frank Thomas. In 2020, White Sox first baseman José Abreu became the first White Sox player since Frank Thomas in 1994 and the fourth White Sox player ever to win the AL MVP. He also joined franchise greats Dick Allen and Nellie Fox with the honored distinction.
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