Chicago White Sox Facts
Major League Baseball team located in Chicago, Illinois
- Chicago White Sox play in the American League's Central Division
- The team is established in 1893 as the Sioux City, Iowa franchise and is based in Chicago since 1900
- The US Cellular Field that is being played by the White Sox is nicknamed The Cell by fans
- Chicago White Sox is one of the two major league clubs in Chicago, the other being Chicago Cubs
- The Chicago White Sox won the World Series titles in 1906, 1917 and 2005
- White Sox is the first team to put players' last names on jerseys in 1960
- The 2005 World Series Championship Season Motto is 'Win or Die Trying'
- The mascot of Chicago White Sox is Southpaw
- The current team motto is 'All In'
- On August 14, 2008, Jim Thome, Paul Konerko, Alexei Ramirez, and Juan Uribe combined to hit four consecutive home runs, something that has only been done six other times in the history of Major League Baseball.
- In January 2012, the team announced it will wear 1972 red-pinstriped throwback jerseys during their 13 sunday home games that season.