The 2005 Chicago White Sox were a team in the truest sense of the word. Call it what you will; small ball, smart ball, or grinder ball, the White Sox' combination of outstanding starting pitching, deep bullpen, airtight defense, and ability to manufacture runs proved to be an unbeatable combination that brought the team it's first World Championship since 1917. Going wire to wire to win the A.L. Central division, this team set a major-league record by having a lead in 37 straight games to begin a season. This is the story of their triumph ? starting in the off-season when general manager Ken Williams put the championship team together to the history making World Series. Through out the season they maintained an attitude of no matter win or lose, the Sox would do it as team. Narrated by Ken Harrelson.