ESPN didn't acknowledge 2005 White Sox championship

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ESPN hosts were previewing the upcoming 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians on Monday night.

The ESPN graphics department put up a graphic that showed the six Bulls Championships, three Blackhawks Championships, and the Bears championship but left out the White Sox title in 2005.

Max Bretos tweeted after the snub the following, “It was Cub-centric lead-in. If you listened, I mentioned we did not include the White Sox, as Cub fans would not be fans of them.”

The tweet was later deleted from his account because it obviously didn't make any sense.


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