Kinda ... after starting 33 games for the 1959 White Sox, second most on the team, he was used 3 times for 4 innings in relief during the World Series but got no starts.
Nobody seems to know why Pierce didn't get a start in the WS when a 39 year old Early Wynn got 3 and upstart Bob Shaw got 2. Some theories are out there ... maybe manager Al Lopez and Billy had 'fallen out of favor' with each other, maybe Lopez didn't want a lefty pitching to the Dodgers lineup, especially at the Dodgers home field at Memorial Coliseum where the length down the left field line was only 251 feet, maybe Pierce being ineffective in his last two starts of the season made Lopez weary ... nobody knows.
The Chicago White Sox were never cursed by the Billy Goat. It was the Cubs and that happened in Game 4 of the 1945 World Series vs Detroit Tigers
Yes, the white sox did win the world series in 2005.
As of 2009 the Chicago White Sox last won the World Series in 2005.
The Chicago White Sox never lost a World Series to the Brooklyn Dodgers. They did lose the 1959 World Series to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Chicago White Sox have won the World Series in 1906, 1917, and 2005.
Pitcher Orlando Hernandez (El Duque) was with the Yankees for their World Series championships in 1998, 1999, and 2000 and with the White Sox for their World Series victory in 2005.
Three. Mark Lemke and Billy Johnson.
The Cubs and White Sox met in the 1906 World Series with the White Sox winning 4 games to 2.
Billy Martin was not with the Yankees in 1960 ... he was with the Cincinnati Reds. Bobby Richardson was the Yankees second baseman in 1960 and went 11 for 30 batting in the World Series for a .367 average.
Billy Ripken, the Infielder that played with the Baltimore Orioles of the Eastern Division of the American League, the Cleveland Indians of the Central Division of the American League, the Texas Rangers of the Western Division of the Central Division and the Detroit Tigers did not enter any World Series and did not participate in any World Series gameds.
In 1917 the White Sox defeated the New York Giants 4 games to 2 to win the World Series.