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1991 Chicago White Sox 1991 Chicago White Sox
Record 87-75 .537
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Standings 2nd in the AL West (8 games back)
Pythagorean 89-73, 89-73, 89-73
Runs (S/A) 758 / 681
BallparkNew Comiskey Park
Park FactorsBatting: 98 / Pitching: 97
Attendance2,934,154 (2nd) (3rd)
Fancost$82 (9th) / $6,605
Payroll/Avg$18,092,979 / $637,152 (21th)
OpExp/$PV$60,000,000 / $689,655
Rev/OpInc$78,000,000 / $18,000,000
Spring TrainingSarasota, Florida (Ed Smith Stadium)
ManagerJeff Torborg
CoachesBarry Foote, Dave LaRoche, Joe Nossek, Sammy Ellis, Terry Paul Bevington, Walt Hriniak
ExecutivesChairman: Jerry Reinsdorf, General Manager: Ron Schueler
Minor Leagues(AAA) Vancouver Canadians, (AA) Birmingham Barons, (A) Utica Blue Sox, (A) South Bend White Sox, (A) Sarasota White Sox
Radio (WMAQ) John Rooney, Wayne Hagin
TV (WGN) Ken Harrelson, Tom Paciorek
Cable TV (SportsChannel) Ken Harrelson, Tom Paciorek
Spanish Radio (WTAQ) Chico Carrasquel, Frank Diaz

The 1991 Chicago White Sox went 87-75 and finished 2nd in the American League West. The White Sox drew 2,934,154 to New Comiskey Park. Carlton Fisk, Ozzie Guillen and Jack McDowell made the All-Star team. Gold Glove winners for 1991 included Robin Ventura.

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