Ten years ago today White Sox win Game 3 of the World Series

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White Sox fans may not be happy where their team is right now, but Sunday represents an anniversary of one of the most memorable moments in team history.

Game 3 of the 2005 World Series started on Oct. 25, it wouldn’t finish until after midnight central time. However, White Sox everywhere stayed up late to celebrate moving just one game away from an eventual World Series championship.

Sunday, the White Sox celebrated the anniversary with a few throwback pictures.

As every White Sox fan will remember, the game was tied heading into the 14th inning when Geoff Blum came off the bench and hit what would be the game winning home run. The White Sox won 7-5 and moved within one game of their first championship in 88 years.

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