Category: Today in White Sox History

Today in White Sox History: May 27th

While we wait out the rain at Guaranteed Rate, let's check out today's moment in White Sox history. May 27th not only marks the birthday of Frank Thomas and Yoan Moncada, but also the day when Luis Robert officially became a member of the Chicago White Sox. Robert, the top-ranked international amateur player, was not ...

Today in White Sox History: May 26th

Back on this date in 1996, the White Sox put together quite the lineup to go up against the Milwaukee Brewers. Let me list it off for you real quick: Tony Phillips - LF Darren Lewis - CF Frank Thomas - 1B Harold Baines - DH Robin Ventura - 3B Lyle Mouton - RF Chad ...

Today in White Sox History – May 24th

Who doesn't love a good ol' fashion blowout in Minnesota? On this date in 1967, that's exactly what happened as the South Siders trounced the Twins 14-1 at the Metropolitan Stadium. The team ended up scoring 12 of their 14 runs in the last three innings to go along with 21 hits on the day. ...

Today in White Sox History: May 22nd

On this date in 1938, one of the greatest pitchers in White Sox franchise history reached a huge milestone. Ted Lyons earned his 200th career victory when Chicago beat the Washington Senators 9-2. In the game, Lyons threw a full nine innings in front of the Comiskey faithful. He surrendered two earned on nine hits ...

Today in White Sox History: May 21st

Welcome to the first installment of "Today in White Sox History." Over the course of this season, I hope to write a decent number of these blogs to highlight and talk about some interesting moments from the past. You can expect to hear about a wide variety of things from records that were broken to ...

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