- Founded: 1893, as the Sioux City, Iowa franchise in the minor Western League. Moved to Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1895, then to Chicago in 1900 when that league was renamed the American League, and which became a major league in 1901.
- Formerly known as: Sioux City Cornhuskers, 1894. St. Paul Saints, 1895–1899. Chicago White Stockings, 1900–1904.
- Home ballpark: U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago. (This park, originally known as "New Comiskey Park", was opened in 1991; the original Comiskey Park was in use from mid-1910 to 1990. The original home field in Chicago was South Side Park. The previous home field in St. Paul was Lexington Park).
- Uniform colors: Black, Silver, and White
- Logo design: The letters "SOX", interlocked in Old English Script font
- Current Team motto: "Appreciate the Game"
- 2005 World Series Championship Season Motto: "Win or Die Trying"
- Fight Song: "Let's Go, Go-Go White Sox" by Captain Stubby and the Buccaneers
- All-time regular season record (through 2010): 8628 wins — 8413 losses — 101 ties — 3 no-decisions
- Local Television: Comcast SportsNet Chicago, WGN, WCIU
- Local Radio: WSCR 670AM "The Score"
- Mascot: Southpaw
- Television Announcers: Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
- Radio Announcers: Ed Farmer, Darrin Jackson
- Rivals: Detroit Tigers, Chicago Cubs, Minnesota Twins, Cleveland Indians
- Spring Training Facility: Camelback Ranch, Glendale, Arizona
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