Chicago White Sox

The Chicago White Sox are another baseball team from Chicago, playing in the Central Division of the American League. Founded in 1901, the team has a history full of successes and memorable moments. The White Sox won the World Series in 1906 and 2005, showcasing their talent and determination. The team is known for having a hard working culture and a great passion for the game.

Over the years, the White Sox have had many talented players who have made their mark on baseball history, such as Frank Thomas, Paul Konerko, and Ozzie Guillén, who also coached the team to a World Series victory in 2005. While they don't have the same visibility as the Cubs, the White Sox have a solid base of passionate fans who pack Guaranteed Rate Field to support the team. The rivalry between the White Sox and Cubs is one of the most interesting aspects of Chicago baseball, inviting passionate discussions between fans of both teams.