When occured: 
Wed, 2005-10-26

On October 26, 2005, the Chicago White Sox defeat the Astros, 1-0, to earn their first World Series title since 1917. The victory gives the Sox a four-game sweep of Houston, who were making their first trip to the Fall Classic. Jermaine Dye, the Series MVP, delivers the game-winning single in the eighth inning off Brad Lidge. Full Series Recap


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