Today in White Sox History
Friday, May 14, 2010
1925 – Earl Sheely knocked in Ike Davis for the only run of the game in the White Sox 1-0 victory over the Yankees. Despite allowing nine hits, Ted Lyons kept New York off the scoreboard and moved to 3-0 on the year.
1936 – The White Sox scored a run in the bottom of the ninth to give them a 13-12 win over the Washington Senators. Sixteen different players collected at least one RBI in this high-scoring affair.
1952 – Down three runs to Boston in the bottom of the sixth inning, the White Sox put up a timely six runs as the game is called in the following inning due to weather conditions. Eddie Robinson and Saul Rogovin each had two RBI in the 6-3 victory.
1965 – Behind a strong pitching performance from Joel Horlen, the White Sox nip the Angels 2-1. Moose Skowron and Ken Berry each drove in a run in the win.
1977 – Jim Spencer tied the White Sox record with eight RBI in one game as the White Sox trounced Cleveland 18-2.
1984 – Tom Seaver pitched a complete game shutout as the White Sox topped the Royals 2-0.
1993 – Jack McDowell pitched a complete game shutout and Ron Karkovice drove in two runs in the White Sox 4-0 win at Texas.
2006 – Trailing 7-1 after the first inning, the White Sox rallied for a 9-7 win in Minnesota. Mark Buehrle became the first starting pitcher to allow seven runs in the opening frame and win that same game since Jack Powell beat the Chicago Orphans on Sept. 29, 1900. The White Sox also turned a triple play in the game, their first since 2004.