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The Chicago White Sox are a historic franchise that didn't have a whole lot of positive history between 1920 and 1983. The initial White Sox Schedule unfolded in their inaugural year 1901, when they went 83-53 as the Chicago White Stockings. They changed it up to the White Sox two years later, and won the World Series 3 years after that over the Cubs. They returned to the World Series in 1917 and beat the Giants four games to two before being embroiled in the infamous 1919 World Series to the Reds, five games to three.

Perhaps some sort of hex was put upon the franchise following that highly-controversial outcome in the 1919 Series, because they only made the playoffs one time in the next 64 seasons, and twice in the next 74 seasons. The numbers sound almost unfathomable, and they represent one of the driest dry streaks in all of professional sports history. Things changed big-time in the 1990s with the arrival of hurler Jack McDowell and slugger Frank Thomas.

The team made perhaps its greatest single-season run in 2005, when the stands at Guaranteed Rate Field were filled with White Sox ticketholders for every home and postseason game. The squad went 99-63 in the regular-season before sweeping the Red Sox 3-0 in the American League Divisional Series. They beat the Angels 4-1 in the ALCS before sweeping the Astros in the World Series to bring their total postseason record to an amazing 11-1.

White Sox tickets are popular and available once again as they aim to refresh their roster and rejuvenate a dormant fan base. Youth is the theme throughout the lineup from top to bottom. Players such as Yolmer Sanchez are just a handful of years into their career, but are in a position to carve their name into Chicago baseball folklore.

First baseman José Abreu also spent the entirety of his now five-year career in pinstripes, and he is already well on his way to carving out a name for himself on a national level. The slugger has averaged just over 30 home runs and a little bit over 100 RBIs in each of his first four seasons, and he goes into 2019 expecting to set his high water marks even higher. Now's the time for Chicago White Sox fans to find what they're looking for, and this is the place.