Play ball -- the early 1990s way

Originally Published: April 3, 2006
By Rob Neyer | ESPN Insider
April 2, 2006.

7:13 p.m. Central Daylight Time.

U.S. Cellular Field
Peter Mitchell/Getty ImagesU.S. Cellular Field was sold out (38,802) for the White Sox-Indians game that opened the season, and about one-fourth of the crowd stuck around after a long rain delay.
That was the precise moment at which Major League Baseball's greatest season ever began. That's right. Greatest. Season. Ever.