Happy 7th Anniversary of the "Greatest Sports Day Ever"

Happy 7th Anniversary of the "Greatest Sports Day Ever"

How can we ever forget October 26, 2005. The day in history that the White Sox won their first world championship in 88 years.

My late father said it best after Juan Uribe threw to Paul Konerko to finish the four-game sweep.

"All those games, all those years, we finally did it."

Happy anniversary, Sox fans!!

 

 

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  • They also mentioned last night that Paulie was the last batter to hit a grand slam in a World Series.

  • "Greatest Sports Day Ever"

    The White Sox won games 3 and 4 of the World Series on this day seven years ago.
    You can take out the word Sports and it still works.

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