Today in White Sox History
Monday, May 24, 2010
1924 – Bill Barrett drove in three runs and Thommy Thomas picked up his fourth win of the year as the White Sox clubbed the Tigers 10-4 in Detroit.
1929 – Ted Lyons pitched all 21-innings of a 21-inning game, losing to Detroit 6-5. Lyons did not allow a run between the seventh and 21st inning. At the time, it was the longest game every played at Comiskey Park.
1936 – With the game tied at five in the bottom of the ninth, Rip Radcliff ripped a two-run homer to give the White Sox a dramatic 7-5 win over the Browns.
1939 – White Sox played in their first ever night game, losing in Philadelphia 4-1.
1967 – Tom McCraw hits three home runs and drives in eight as the White Sox beat the Twins 14-1.
1982 – Lamarr Hoyt stretched his season record to 9-0, his overall win streak to 14 and his Comiskey Park record to 16-0 with a 3-1 win over the Royals.
1994 – Down a run in the bottom of the seventh, the White Sox score three with the go-ahead runs scoring on a Lance Johnson triple as the White Sox beat the Twins 5-3.
2005 – Mark Buehrle allowed only one run over nine innings but it took extra innings for the White Sox in a 2-1 victory over the Angels. Tadahito Iguchi drove in the winning run on a double in the top of the 11th and Damaso Marte picked up the win.