MLB: 2005 Chicago White Sox Five Greatest Postseason Performances

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MLB: 2005 Chicago White Sox Five Greatest Postseason Performances

The White Sox have had very limited postseason performances and really the only great ones came in 2005.

Besides Dewayne Wise's three-run home run game against the Rays in the 2008 ALDS, which Javier Vazquez promptly gave right back and...I can't even find a good performance in the 2000 ALDS (The White Sox batted .185). They haven't had any great performances except for 2005.

I'm not going back to the 1906 World Series winner where the White Sox batted .198 and the Chicago Cubs batted .196. I'm sure every pitcher had an ERA below 2.30.

Nor am I going back to the 1917 World Series when Eddie Collins batted .409.

The game was far too different back then, so I'm keeping it to this decade.

On the other side,a performance is not judged in one at-bat or one inning, so we will not be looking at single hits or single innings although they will always be remembered.

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