Remembering the 2005 World Series White Sox on their historic anniversary

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Exactly 10 years ago on Monday, the White Sox won their first World Series title in almost 90 years. The team’s historic run made legends out of journeymen and was a moment so many White Sox fans will never forget.

From Paul Konerko and Scott Podsednik in Game 2 to Geoff Blum in Game 3 and Bobby Jenks in Game 4, the 2005 World Series was an amazing ride. While it only lasted four games and the White Sox only played one game more than the championship minimum, there are more moments to remember than can be done justice.

Ten years ago today White Sox win Game 3 of the World SeriesGallery: 10 years ago today, Paul Konerko hits World Series grand slamMonday marks the 10 year anniversary of the White Sox Game 4 clinching victory in Houston over the Astros. With the 2015 World Series starting in just one day, White Sox fans can bask in the glory of the team’s championship.

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