I have seen an instance of what you are talking about. The floor joists were perpendicular to the wall in question. The carpenters mistakenly used an 8" width of floor sheathing along one wall. 8" width of floor sheathing does not have enough bite on floor joists to hold the rim joist stable, so the rim joist rocked outward and the wall above it rocked outward over a few years. The solution was to jack up the wall, remove narrow pieces of sheathing and install pieces that are at least 2' wide, if not 3'. The lesson learned is to never use narrow pieces of floor sheathing close to the edge of a floor deck when constructing a house. Don't use narrow pieces at all- Plan ahead with the sheet layout.
if your issue is happening on an exterior wall that is parallel to the direction of floor joists, then the issue could be insufficient blocking, strips of sheathing too narrow, or both.
Yes, it is possible to pull everything back together with come-alongs, but you have to address the floor sheathing, blocking, or nailing defect that allowed it to happen in the first place, or else it will recur.