Tony LaRussa’s 1st place squad won a club-record 99 games, featured a Cy Young pitcher, a Rookie of the Year, a Hall of Fame catcher, and speed on the bases. It was also the first time in 24 years a Chicago team entered post-season play. The club signed a Hall of Fame pitcher the following year, and in 1985 a charismatic rookie from Venezuela took over shortstop and won Rookie of the Year honors. Comiskey Park I (the 1910 version) was leveled – and with a push from Governor Thompson, Comiskey Park II was built. Then along came Frank Thomas, Robin Ventura, and more post-season play! But it took the mercurial Venezuelan, then a manager, to lead the club to 2005 glory. Read about the 2008 Black Out, Phillip Humber’s perfect game, the emergent Chris Sale, and the youth-will-be-served current club.
- Yearly Standings, including a comparison with those placing 1st in Batting, Pitching, and Fielding.
- Top pitchers, top hitters, a list of rookies, and those obtained in a trade.
- Club news and dozens of noteworthy games (the winning or losing pitcher and batting stars)
- League news, listing of other league games, and year-end awards.