Eight Men Out By rileylitman Sep 10, 1919 The Beginning Arnold Gandil starts to begin the fixing Period: Sep 10, 1919 to Oct 26, 2005 The Scandel Oct 1, 1919 Game 1 Cicotte hits the first batter as part of a prearranged signal. This fix is on. Oct 2, 1919 Game 2 Lefty Williams fakes a great performance through the game giving up 4 runs allowing the Reds to win another game. Series at 2-0. Oct 3, 1919 Game 3 Dickie Kerr pitches a shut out in a 3-0 win for the Sox. Series 2-1. Oct 4, 1919 Game 4 Cicotte threw and almost perfect game, but made an some "accedentle" errors allowing the Reds to win 2-0. Series 3-1 Oct 5, 1919 Game 5 Lefty Williams throws his second game allowing the Reds to shut down the Sox 5-0. Series 4-1 Oct 6, 1919 Game 6 Dickie Kerr pitches an average game. The Sox make a come from behind win, from a 4-0 defficete, in extra innings. They win 5-4. Series 4-2 Oct 7, 1919 Game 7 Cicotte won a clutch game for the Sox enabeling them to win 4-1. series 4-3 Oct 8, 1919 Game 8 Lefty Williams has the worst start of all the pitchers allowing them to lose 10-5. Series ends at 5-3. Sep 1, 1920 Fallout Grand Jury callled to investigate the prior World Series. Aug 3, 1921 The Suspensions The eight players are aquited of all charges, but are baned for life from baseball. Oct 22, 1936 slight ressurection first time the Sox are contenders for the Pennant since the scandal Oct 23, 1956 First Major Title First American League Championship since the scandal. 40- year drought Oct 26, 2005 Champoins Again The Sox break the "Curse" winning their first World Series since the Fix.