Black Sox

Eight Chicago White Sox players banned from baseball for life for allegedly throwing the 1919 World Series—Eddie Cicotte, Happy Felsch, Chick Gandil, Shoeless Joe Jackson, Swede Risberg, Buck Weaver, Lefty Williams, and Fred McMullan

Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games. 2013.

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  • Black Sox Skandal — „Black Sox“ von 1919 Die World Series 1919 war die 16. Auflage der Finalrunde in der US Baseball Liga Major League Baseball. In der Best of Nine Serie besiegten die Cincinnati Reds die Chicago White Sox mit 5−3 Siegen. Die sportlichen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Black Sox scandal — U.S. baseball scandal, centring on the charge that eight members of the Chicago White Sox had been bribed to lose the 1919 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. Five of those accused admitted to a grand jury that they had thrown the series, but… …   Universalium

  • Black Sox, escándalo de los — Escándalo del béisbol estadounidense, basado en el cargo de soborno a ocho jugadores de los Chicago White Sox, quienes se habrían dejado ganar ante los Cincinnati Reds en la Serie Mundial de 1919. Cinco de los acusados admitieron ante un gran… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Curse of the Black Sox — The Curse of the Black Sox (also known as the Curse of Shoeless Joe ) (1919–2005) was a superstition or scapegoat cited as one reason for the failure of the Chicago White Sox to win the World Series from 1917 until 2005. As with other supposed… …   Wikipedia

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  • Hattiesburg Black Sox — The Hattiesburg Black Sox are a semi professional baseball team located in historic Palmers Crossing, right outside of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The team started in 1941 by Milton Barnes as part of the Independent Negro League. Favorites such as… …   Wikipedia

  • Scandale des Black Sox — Le scandale des Black Sox fait référence à des événements ayant eu lieu avant, pendant et après la Série mondiale de baseball de 1919, alors que huit membres des White Sox de Chicago furent bannis des Ligues majeures de baseball après avoir été… …   Wikipédia en Français

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