The Chicago White Sox is the teams official name. They, as you may already know are member of the MLB; Major League Baseball. They were originally known as the (Chicago) White Stockings from 1900-1903, this name would soon be shortened from "Stockings" to Sox, pronounced as socks, which obviously is what they were going for in their choosing of their name. The name Chicago Sox would be more of a nick name as is the "Shy-sox," and the "South siders" or even the "Black Sox," (see Black Sox Scandal,) rather than the actual name.
The White Sox are on the south side of Chicago.
Chicago White Sox was created in 1894.
The Chicago White Sox received their name after the white stockings that the players wore; in fact, in 190, the team shortened their name from White Stockings to White Sox, as the local newspapers had shortened it for headline-writing purposes.
Click on the 'Chicago White Sox' logo on this page to see the logos of the White Sox throughout their history.
No. There is, however, a baseball team called the Chicago White Sox; maybe that's what you mean.
The White Sox were dubbed the Black Sox after the controversial claim that the White Sox "threw" (purposely lost) the 1919 World Series.
no where. before the white sox. there was the Chicago white stockings which now known as the Chicago cubs. the white sox were have always been a team since 1901
You mean white sox. Wrong sport
In 2006, the Chicago White Sox had a 90-72 record.
In 2008, the Chicago White Sox had an 89-74 record.
Adam Dunn is number 44 on the Chicago White Sox.