Some games from the 2005 White Sox season stand out in the memory bank more than others.
Certainly Jermaine Dye’s walk-off home run against the Angels in May and Joe Crede’s walk-off home run against the Indians in September stand out. Everyone has their favorites.
For whatever reason, the White Sox’s entire June series in Colorado stands out to me. I don’t know if it’s because it was the first ever meeting between the two teams or just because the White Sox dominated the three-game sweep, but I can even remember the exact random basement I was in on Wednesday, June 8, as the South Siders pounded Jeff Francis and Rockies, 15-5.