Great color shot of the 1919 World Series in Cincinnati. This series featured the Cincinnati Reds vs. the Chicago White Sox. The Reds won the series, but a few of the White Sox players were accused of  purposely losing the series in return for a large payday from a gambling ring. The subsequent trial, acquittal, public outrage, and lifetime bans for certain White Sox players was known as the Black Sox scandal.

Great color shot of the 1919 World Series in Cincinnati. This series featured the Cincinnati Reds vs. the Chicago White Sox. The Reds won the series, but a few of the White Sox players were accused of purposely losing the series in return for a large payday from a gambling ring. The subsequent trial, acquittal, public outrage, and lifetime bans for certain White Sox players was known as the Black Sox scandal.

Arnold (The Brain) Rothstein -- noted for financing all the nightclubs, bootlegging, etc. for the mob. Ended up murdered. Also Fixed the 1919 World Series.

Arnold (The Brain) Rothstein -- noted for financing all the nightclubs, bootlegging, etc. for the mob. Ended up murdered. Also Fixed the 1919 World Series.

Eddie Collins, Heinie Groh, 1919 World Series. This appears before Game One. Groh and Collins about 5'9". Players this height would not even be scouted today. Collins in Hall of Fame, Groh played 15 years, over 1700 hits.

Eddie Collins, Heinie Groh, 1919 World Series. This appears before Game One. Groh and Collins about 5'9". Players this height would not even be scouted today. Collins in Hall of Fame, Groh played 15 years, over 1700 hits.

Chicago White Sox outfield 'Shoeless' Joe Jackson was a prominent figure in the 1919 World Series scandal.

Chicago White Sox outfield 'Shoeless' Joe Jackson was a prominent figure in the 1919 World Series scandal.

Watch Rare Footage Of The Black Sox Throwing The 1919 World Series

Watch Rare Footage Of The Black Sox Throwing The 1919 World Series

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

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.

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.

The Great Gatsby | Poster: 1919 World Series winning Chicago "Black Sox." Chapter IV: Jay Gatsby’s shady associate, Meyer Wolfsheim, is said to be directly responsible to the fixing of the 1919 World Series games. In reality, it was the players of the 1919 Chicago White Sox (later labeled the "Black Sox") who were responsible for throwing the series of games to the Cincinnati Reds.

The Great Gatsby | Poster: 1919 World Series winning Chicago "Black Sox." Chapter IV: Jay Gatsby’s shady associate, Meyer Wolfsheim, is said to be directly responsible to the fixing of the 1919 World Series games. In reality, it was the players of the 1919 Chicago White Sox (later labeled the "Black Sox") who were responsible for throwing the series of games to the Cincinnati Reds.

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