The Sox swept Houston tonight in a 1-0 victory. This was the game the personified what the entire series was supposed to be: low scoring pitcher's duels. The pitching was good but not amazing, but the hitting just wasn't up to it. It wasn't as exciting as it might've been, but it was an appropriate way for this team to win the World Series.
Way back in May, I wrote about how this team, despite having the best record in baseball at that point (they ended with the best record in the American League and second best --after the Cardinals--in baseball), was underrated and largely ignored in its city, inspiring little more than apathy among its potential fan base. I don't know how long it will last, but that's not the case anymore.
Congratulations, White Sox!