The Chicago White Sox are a Major League Baseball team based in Chicago, Illinois. They are a member of the American League Central division. The White Sox were founded in 1900 and have won three World Series championships, in 1906, 1917, and 2005. They have also won six American League pennants and five division titles.
The White Sox have a long history in Major League Baseball and have had a number of notable players and managers over the years. Some of the most famous White Sox players include Frank Thomas, Harold Baines, and Paul Konerko. The team has also been managed by several notable figures, including Tony La Russa and Ozzie Guillén.
Currently, the White Sox are managed by Tony La Russa (in his second stint with the team) and led by players such as José Abreu, Lucas Giolito, and Tim Anderson. The team had a successful 2022 season, finishing with a 92-70 record and winning the American League Central division. They were eventually eliminated in the American League Division Series.
The White Sox have a number of rivalries, including with the Chicago Cubs, who are their biggest rivals. They also have rivalries with other American League Central teams such as the Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins. The White Sox have a dedicated fan base in Chicago and throughout the Midwest United States.
Overall, the Chicago White Sox are a successful and storied franchise in Major League Baseball with a long history of success on and off the field.