Chicago Herald and   Examiner sportswriter   Hugh Fullerton ("ADVISE   ALL NOT TO BET ON THIS   SERIES. UGLY RUMORS   FLOAT") helped expose   the scandal.

Chicago Herald and Examiner sportswriter Hugh Fullerton ("ADVISE ALL NOT TO BET ON THIS SERIES. UGLY RUMORS FLOAT") helped expose the scandal.

East St. Louis gambler  Harry Redmon.

East St. Louis gambler Harry Redmon.

Former Chicago Cubs owner   Lucky Charlie Weeghman heard   rumors of the fix from Chicago   gambler Mont Tennes

Former Chicago Cubs owner Lucky Charlie Weeghman heard rumors of the fix from Chicago gambler Mont Tennes

Rothstein's Wall Street associate,  New York Giants owner Charles   A. Stoneham

Rothstein's Wall Street associate, New York Giants owner Charles A. Stoneham

New York's  Ansonia Hotel:  where Burns and   Maharg plotted with the   Black Sox to throw the   World Series

New York's Ansonia Hotel: where Burns and Maharg plotted with the Black Sox to throw the World Series

St. Louis gambler  Carl Zork

St. Louis gambler Carl Zork

American League President  Byron "Ban" Johnson. He   thought he could make a deal   with Rothstein.

American League President Byron "Ban" Johnson. He thought he could make a deal with Rothstein.

Sleepy Bill Burns on the witness stand.

Sleepy Bill Burns on the witness stand.

Boston's Buckminster   Hotel--where gambler   Sport Sullivan and the   Black Sox plotted in 1919

Boston's Buckminster Hotel--where gambler Sport Sullivan and the Black Sox plotted in 1919

Sleepy Bill Burns, former major   league pitcher, who needed   A.R.'s cash for the fix

Sleepy Bill Burns, former major league pitcher, who needed A.R.'s cash for the fix

Pat Moran, 1919 World Series

Pat Moran, 1919 World Series

20 More Rare Historical Photos - ODDEE

20 More Rare Historical Photos

Excerpt from the British Canadian Pathé News showing various baseball games between the Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds in the 1919 World Series.

September 28, 1920 – Eight members of the Chicago White Sox were indicted by a grand jury for conspiring with gamblers to throw the 1919 World Series in what became known as the Black Sox Scandal. The players were acquitted by the jury, but they were still banned for life from professional baseball. (From the Daily Bleed)

CHICAGO WHITE SOX infamous "black sox" scandal series where 8 white sox, including great shoeless joe jackson, were charged with having conspired to 'fix" the world series by losing games intentionally

Shoeless Joe Jackson 1919 World Series White Sox Jersey Teamwork A Apparel XL #TeamworkAthleticApparel #ChicagoWhiteSox

Shoeless Joe Jackson 1919 World Series White Sox Jersey Teamwork A Apparel XL

Shoeless Joe Jackson 1919 World Series White Sox Jersey Teamwork A Apparel XL #TeamworkAthleticApparel #ChicagoWhiteSox

Chicago White Sox centerfielder Oscar Happy Felsch in 1920, his final season in the majors before being banned for life for his role as one of the eight men out who fixed the 1919 World Series.

1920 - Chicago White Sox centerfielder Oscar (Happy) Felsch - It was his final season in the majors before being banned for life for his role as one of the eight men from the White Sox who fixed the 1919 World Series.

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