The Chicago White Sox have been playing professional baseball on the South Side of Chicago for more than 100 years, a period filled with untold moments of happiness and heartache, humor and horror. "Then Ozzie Said to Harold..." collects many of the best stories and anecdotes in the history of the Pale Hose. With stories covering the White Sox's two most successful eras, the '50s and the new millennium, and more, this book unearths scores of stirring, hilarious, and poignant stories about the best--and worst--personalities and moments over the last century. Coauthor Billy Pierce was an integral part of the starting rotation of the 1959 pennant-winning White Sox and has been a part of the White Sox organization for more than half a century. He's seen a lot and eagerly shares his best stories from his playing days and his involvement with the Sox since retirement. Many of them have never been told before. All of them will bring back strong memories of unforgettable times, leavened with humor and good fun. The White Sox history, of course, began long before 1959, and the authors have drilled deep to uncover long-forgotten or never-before-known stories about the Sox of the Dead-Ball and Black Sox eras, about the barren but always entertaining period between the wars, and about the rebuilding of the 1940s and early '50s. "Then Ozzie Said to Harold..." does a remarkable job of identifying the best stories that have emerged from this always fascinating franchise.