Saturday Evening Post cover September 4, 1948.
For the Chicago baseball teams, 1948 was a disastrous season. Both the Cubs and the White Sox finished at the bottom of their respective leagues, and the White Sox's performance was especially dismal. Rockwell painted this study of a disconsolate dugout, turning it into a tableau that summed up the frustration of an entire city.
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