This Date In Sox History
Tuesday, May 12, 2010
1927 – Bud Clancy picked up two RBI which proved to be the difference in the White Sox 5-4 win over the Senators. Ted Blankenship picked up the win allowing just three earned runs over 9.0 IP.
1937 – The White Sox scored early and often in their 13-5 win over the Senators. Luke Appling collected two RBI and three runs in the win.
1953 – Two 10th-inning walks issued by Ellis Kinder eventually scored as the White Sox beat the Red Sox 9-7 in Boston. The defeat charged to Kinder snapped an 18-game win streak he had over Chicago.
1967 – Joel Horlen threw 8.1 IP of shutout baseball and Bob Locker picked up the save in the White Sox 1-0 win over the Angels. J.C. Martin drove in the only run of the game.
1974 – Wilbur Wood picked up his fifth win of the year and Pat Kelly drove in two runs in the Sox 5-4 win at Texas.
1981 – The White Sox used five runs in the first two innings to top Cleveland 7-4 at home. Steve Trout picked up the win.
1993 – Wilson Alvarez stayed perfect, going to 4-0 as the White Sox beat the Mariners 6-5 in Seattle. Craig Grebeck, Ellis Burks and Robin Ventura all homered while Roberto Hernandez picked up the save.
2005 – Jon Garland moved to 7-0 on the season as the first place White Sox topped the first place Orioles 3-2. A.J. Pierzynski homered while Juan Uribe and Aaron Rowand each had a RBI.