You already know the best moment the White Sox had in 2021

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The Chicago White Sox had a 93-69 record in 2021. It was a very nice year that had many great moments that fans will remember forever. They dominated the American League Central Division and made the playoffs for the second consecutive year. It was the first time in franchise history that they made it for the second year in a row.

As mentioned before, there were many great moments. There were things like Carlos Rodon’s no-hitter, winning the division, and big walk-off wins. However, nothing was as big as the walk-off win that the White Sox had at the Field of Dreams over the New York Yankees.

It was the best moment that the White Sox had in 2021 and one of the best moments in franchise history. It was so good that we are still talking about it all these months later. The truth is that we will be talking about it for the rest of our lives as White Sox fans.

The most memorable game of the decade was also a game that Liam Hendriks wants to forget. It was possible to have that kind of finish because he had his worst performance of the year. He was the best closer in the American League for 2021 but he had one really bad night.

The 2021 Field of Dreams game was an incredible Chicago White Sox moment.

Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton of the New York Yankees each had big home runs to put New York ahead late. Luckily, this 2021 Chicago White Sox team had a no-quit attitude no matter how hard things looked.

Seby Zavala, who was already having an outstanding game offensively, drew a walk to get the top of the lineup up. Tim Anderson came up to the plate and drove the ball into the corn to send White Sox fans home happy. It is a visual that people will never forget as long as they live.

Now, the hope is that this group can take that feeling of success and bring it into 2022. It felt like a playoff game that night and they won in incredible fashion. Having a win like that in front of a blackout crowd at Guaranteed Rate Field would be so amazing. Hopefully, this incredible moment is just one in a long line of them going forward.

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