Essay heading: 1919 World Series

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They were among the American League's best players but Charles Comiskey paid most of them no more than the worst. Comiskey, the owner, promised the White Sox that if they did win the 1917 world series that he would pay them a bonus in their salaries. when that bonus did come, it turned out to be a bottle of cheap champagne...
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when that bonus did come, it turned out to be a bottle of cheap champagne. Before the 1919 series, Charles Comiskey promised Cicotte an extra $10,000 if he won 30 games. The offer of this sum of money appealed to Cicotte and he won 29. When he reached that number Comiskey benched him, the player resentment of this was rampant among the White Sox...
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