This Date in White Sox History

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

1926 – The White Sox scored seven runs in the top of the fourth to beat the Red Sox 9-7 as Ted Lyons picked up his sixth win of the year.

 

1935 – Boston rallied for four runs in the bottom of the ninth, but the White Sox held on for a 6-5 win.  Jimmy ***** had three hits and two RBI in the victory.

 

1964 – Catcher J.C. Martin drove in two runs which proved to be the difference in the White Sox win over Cleveland.  Gary Peters picked up his fourth win of the year while Don Mossi got the save.

 

1972 – Wilbur Wood got his seventh win of the season and had a RBI while giving up just one run over eight innings as the White Sox topped the Angles 3-1

 

1977 – Oscar Gamble, Jorge Orta and Chet Lemon all homered as the White Sox used a five-run third inning to beat the Royals 8-3.

 

1987 – Greg Walker and Carlton Fisk each drove in a pair of runs as the White Sox bested the Brewers 5-1 in Milwaukee.

 

1998 – Frank Thomas drove in three runs, and the White Sox used a six-run fifth inning to beat Boston 9-5.

 

2006 – Mark Buehrle limited the Cubs to two hits and Paul Konerko had three RBI as the White Sox clubbed their inner-city rival 6-1.

 

 

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