1921 Chicago White Sox
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The 1921 Chicago White Sox were the remnants of a great team after the Black Sox had been removed. The 1920 White Sox had won 96 games, but the "Black Sox" players were no longer with the team in 1921. The 1921 White Sox went 62-92.
Some stars remained, of course. Eddie Collins, at age 34, hit .337. Ray Schalk continued at catcher, although he hit only .252 with no homers. Pitchers Red Faber and Dickie Kerr went 25-15 and 19-17, not bad for a team well under .500.
Among newcomers to the team, most notable was Harry Hooper, who hit .327 and would play five seasons with the White Sox before eventually going into the Hall of Fame. Bibb Falk was a 22-year-old rookie who would play most of the 1920s in a White Sox uniform. First baseman Earl Sheely was also a rookie, albeit at age 28, and would, like Falk, play most of the decade as a White Sox.
|New York Yankees||98||55||.641||--|
|St. Louis Browns||81||73||.526||17½|
|Boston Red Sox||75||79||.487||23½|
|Chicago White Sox||62||92||.403||36½|