• Stephen Thompson

The Unthinkable Repeat of 1919

Updated: Apr 22

I have tried to bring this information to the surface. With the players associated with the madness that has been my almost 50 years, the temptation was too great. So they betrayed baseball.

It was my boyhood franchise that I divorced versus the organization that had already done the unthinkable.

I was told that 10 men were purchased this time (versus the 8 in 1919) at $3 million per man. And so the White Sox bested the Houston Astros. The Astros should be no more.

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