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This one's for Shoeless
« Reply #225 on: June 17, 2011, 03:28:17 pm »
This Date In MLB History - June 17th



 

June 17, 2007 - Frank Thomas hit his record-breaking 244th home run as a designated hitter in Toronto's 4-2 loss to Washington. The solo shot in the third inning moved Thomas past Edgar Martinez for the most homers by a DH in major league history.

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #226 on: June 17, 2011, 03:40:07 pm »
never missed richard... that entire trade was a wash for both orgs... richard is nothing special...

Peavy is a financial disaster... but thanks to insurance hes not THAT bad of a disaster.

I wonder how insurance pays out on "rehab" starts etc... do they ensure for any time on DL or do we not have a claim while he rehabs...

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Re: This one's for Shoeless
« Reply #227 on: June 17, 2011, 04:12:40 pm »



Wow... I didn't realize how big the Big Hurt got towards the end.  Did he eat Carlos Castillo?

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #228 on: June 18, 2011, 02:56:35 am »
This Date In White Sox History - June 18th

1911    In the sixth inning in Detroit, the White Sox lead the Tigers, 13-1, and after eight innings, the Pale Hose lead, 15-7. The Tigers, however, score eight unanswered runs in the final two frames and win the Navin Field contest, 16-15, despite being down by as much as 12 runs.


 

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #229 on: June 18, 2011, 03:56:57 am »
Today In White Sox History - June 18th

   


June 18, 2006 - Jon Garland becomes the first White Sox pitcher to homer in a big league game in 35 years when he hits a two-run shot off the Reds Esteban Yan in the 8th inning of a game at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. White Sox right fielder Jermaine Dye drives in three runs with his two hits, one of them his 20th homer of the season. Final score: White Sox 8, Cincinnati Reds 1.

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #230 on: June 18, 2011, 04:53:20 am »
    On June 18 in Baseball History...

    1938 - Babe Ruth is signed as a Dodgers coach for the rest of the season. He is in uniform for batting demonstrations the following day.

    1953 - Red Sox rookie outfielder Gene Stephens becomes the only A.L. player to get three hits in the same inning, as Boston scores 17 in the seventh inning in a 23-3 romp over Detroit. The Red Sox send 23 to the plate in the seventh, getting 14 hits and six walks 20 runners in succession before third baseman George Kell flies out to end it.

    1960 - The Giants, a big favorite to win the pennant in a preseason poll of writers taken by The Sporting News, change managers, replacing Bill Rigney with Tom Sheehan. Horace Stoneham's team is 33-25 and trails only Pittsburgh. At 66 years, two months, and 18 days, Sheehan is the oldest rookie manager in major-league history.

    1962 - Hank Aaron of the Braves reaches the left-center field bleachers at the Polo Grounds, the second player to find the center field bleachers in two days and only the third ever. The Braves win 7-1.

    1972 - By a 5-3 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court confirms lower court rulings in the Curt Flood case, upholding baseball's exemption from antitrust laws and the legitimacy of its reserve clause. Its decision is narrowly construed, however, and leaves the way open for legislation or collective bargaining to undercut the reserve system.

    1975 - Boston rookie Fred Lynn drives in ten runs with three home runs, a triple, and a single during a 15-1 drubbing of Detroit. Lynn's 16 total bases tie an A.L. record.

    1976 - Commissioner Bowie Kuhn voids the A's sales, totaling $3.5 million, of Joe Rudi and Rollie Fingers to the Red Sox and Vida Blue to the Yankees, saying they are 'not in the best interest of baseball.' A's owner Charlie Finley files a $10 million damage suit against Kuhn, and will refuse to use any of the three players until June 27.

    1977 - New York's Reggie Jackson loafs after a fly ball during a 10-4 loss to Boston and is taken out by manager Billy Martin. Jackson and Martin nearly come to blows in the dugout as national television cameras watch.

    1986 - California's Don Sutton becomes the 19th pitcher in ML history to win 300 games, beating the Rangers 3-1 on a three-hitter.

    1995 - Tigers manager Sparky Anderson moves into third place on the all-time list with his 2,158th win. He passes Bucky Harris with the 10-8 victory over Baltimore.

    Baseball Birthdays on June 18...

    1849 - Tipper, Jim
    1853 - Haley, Fred
    1860 - Grady, John
    1862 - Blaisdell, Dick
    1862 - Ganzel, Charlie
    1866 - Anderson, Varney
    1874 - Blank, Fred
    1882 - Fritz, Charlie
    1888 - Berghammer, Marty
    1893 - Shaw, Ben
    1896 - Halliday, Newt
    1917 - Pofahl, Jimmy
    1927 - Medlinger, Irv
    1929 - Upton, Bill
    1932 - Necciai, Ron
    1933 - Phillips, Taylor
    1939 - Brock, Lou
    1941 - Brown, Paul
    1949 - Schneck, Dave
    1961 - McCarthy, Tom
    1961 - Galarraga, Andres
    1962 - Leiper, Dave
    1963 - McGinnis, Russ
    1964 - Hinzo, Tommy
    1966 - Alomar, Jr., Sandy
    1976 - Powell, Jeremy
    1976 - Heredia, Felix

    Baseball Deaths on June 18...

    1915 - Faust, Charlie
    1926 - Gardner, Alex
    1927 - Harper, Jack
    1929 - Bishop, Frank
    1936 - Nichols, Al
    1937 - Adams, Willie
    1939 - Currie, Murphy
    1947 - Harting, Ed
    1955 - Katoll, Jack
    1957 - Allison, Milo
    1961 - Gaedel, Eddie
    1963 - Geraghty, Ben
    1966 - Naylor, Rollie
    1968 - Bishop, Lloyd
    1977 - Frederick, Johnny
    1979 - Trosky, Hal
    1981 - Barnes, Honey
    1989 - Senteney, Steve
    2002 - Jenkins, Jack
    2003 - Doby, Larry

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #231 on: June 18, 2011, 09:38:04 am »
loafs

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #232 on: June 20, 2011, 05:49:00 am »
    On June 19 in Baseball History...

    1938 - The Reds' Johnny Vander Meer extends his string of hitless innings to 21 2/3 before Debs Garms singles for Boston in the fourth.

    1961 - Charlie Finley makes his first managerial change, booting Joe Gordon (26-33) in favor of Hank Bauer.

    1974 - George Scott, who walks to lead off the second inning, is the Brewers' only base runner as the Royals Steve Busby hurls a 2-0 no-hitter. Busby is the first major-league pitcher to throw no-hitters in his first two seasons.

    1977 - The Indians fire manager Frank Robinson and replace him with Jeff Torborg.

    1979 - In New York, 36,211 fans show up to witness the return of Billy Martin as Yankees manager, but the Yanks lose to the Blue Jays 5-4. Martin had been named to replace Bob Lemon (34-31) the previous day, and begins his second stint as New York's skipper a season earlier than previously announced.

    1989 - Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden wins his 100th career game, 5-3 over the Expos. His 100-37 career record is second only to Whitey Ford's 100-36 start.

    1990 - Gary Carter catches his 1,862nd career game to break Al Lopez's N.L. mark. He goes 0-for-3 in the Giants' 4-3 loss to San Diego.

    1994 - The Tigers homer in their 25th consecutive game when Mickey Tettleton goes deep against the Blue Jays.

    Baseball Birthdays on June 19...

    1856 - McLaughlin, Frank
    1867 - Terrell, Tom
    1872 - Leitner, Dummy
    1881 - Betts, Harry
    1884 - Cicotte, Eddie
    1887 - Adams, Dan
    1892 - Daubert, Harry
    1903 - Gehrig, Lou
    1906 - Stanton, Buck
    1909 - Asbjornson, Casper
    1912 - Anderson, Red
    1912 - Gutteridge, Don
    1922 - Burpo, George
    1924 - Blackburn, Jim
    1929 - Ferrarese, Don
    1931 - Mason, Hank
    1935 - Boak, Chet
    1937 - Miller, Larry
    1938 - Aspromonte, Bob
    1946 - Osborn, Ozzie
    1949 - Reuss, Jerry
    1950 - Arroyo, Rudy
    1950 - Gonzalez, Fernando
    1950 - Slaton, Jim
    1950 - Kuiper, Duane
    1954 - LeMaster, Johnnie
    1957 - Gibson, Bob
    1958 - Davis, Butch
    1961 - Stanicek, Steve
    1962 - Smajstrla, Craig
    1974 - Mientkiewicz, Doug
    1975 - Roberts, Willis
    1976 - Mohr, Dustan
    1977 - Chen, Bruce

    Baseball Deaths on June 19...

    1904 - Quinton, Marshall
    1913 - Quick, Eddie
    1916 - Dodge, John
    1920 - Barry, Ed
    1923 - Jones, Tom
    1928 - Weimer, Jake
    1932 - Breitenstein, Alonzo
    1932 - Getzien, Charlie
    1940 - Pabst, Ed
    1943 - Goodwin, Art
    1945 - Gandy, Bob
    1947 - Brady, Neal
    1951 - Gerber, Wally
    1952 - Crutcher, Dick
    1956 - Monroe, John
    1971 - White, Jack
    1971 - Graham, Bert
    1974 - Morse, Hap
    1976 - Oana, Prince
    1991 - Rambo, Pete
    1993 - Hooks, Alex
    2006 - Kellner, Walt

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #233 on: June 20, 2011, 05:51:54 am »
    On June 20 in Baseball History...

    1932 - Roger Cramer of the A's has six hits in consecutive times at bat in a nine-inning game. Cramer will do this again in 1935, the only A.L. player to repeat the feat.

    1948 - Cleveland draws 82,781 for a doubleheader, a major league record for a regular season game that will be broken by the same club in 1954. The Indians will attract 2.6 million for the season.

    1956 - At Detroit's Briggs Stadium, Mickey Mantle poles two Billy Hoeft pitches into the right center field bleachers, something no other player had done since the bleachers were built in the late 1930s. New York wins 7-4.

    1973 - Bobby Bonds leads off with a home run, but the Giants lose 7-5 to the Reds. It is Bonds's 22nd leadoff home run, breaking Lou Brock's N.L. record.

    1973 - Chicago's Cy Acosta becomes the first A.L. pitcher to bat since the DH rule went into effect. Acosta strikes out in the eighth inning, but is credited with an 8-3 victory over California.

    1982 - Pete Rose plays in his 3,000th major league game (a 3-1 loss to the Pirates), joining Ty Cobb, Stan Musial, Hank Aaron, and Carl Yastrzemski as the only players to reach that plateau.

    1986 - After leading the club to a 26-38 record, Tony LaRussa is fired as manager of the White Sox and replaced by Jim Fregosi. LaRussa will be hired to manage the A's early next month.

    1991 - The Reds lose the MVP of the 1990 World Series when Jose Rijo breaks his ankle in a steal attempt. Cincinnati also loses the game to Montreal 1-0.

    Baseball Birthdays on June 20...

    1845 - Cuthbert, Ned
    1857 - Esterbrook, Dude
    1874 - Mercer, Win
    1876 - Hinton, John
    1879 - Delahanty, Jim
    1885 - Hendricks, Ed
    1888 - Hagerman, Rip
    1889 - Warner, Ed
    1890 - Wilkinson, Ed
    1890 - Grover, Charlie
    1898 - Shirey, Duke
    1901 - McBee, Pryor
    1902 - Dean, Wayland
    1908 - Werber, Billy
    1919 - Clemensen, Bill
    1920 - Barbary, Red
    1925 - Koshorek, Clem
    1928 - Mahoney, Bob
    1928 - Schult, Art
    1929 - Burnette, Wally
    1930 - Graber, Rod
    1932 - Barragan, Cuno
    1941 - Alcaraz, Luis
    1943 - Etchebarren, Andy
    1944 - Nelson, Dave
    1945 - Newman, Ray
    1954 - Chevez, Tony
    1956 - Monroe, Larry
    1958 - Thon, Dickie
    1958 - Huffman, Phil
    1960 - Gwosdz, Doug
    1960 - See, Larry
    1961 - Varsho, Gary
    1970 - Grace, Mike
    1972 - Bako, Paul
    1972 - Castro, Juan
    1973 - Cradle, Rickey
    1976 - Mackowiak, Rob
    1976 - Lee, Carlos
    1978 - Seay, Bobby

    Baseball Deaths on June 20...

    1890 - Weyhing, John
    1907 - Sutton, Ezra
    1909 - Kemmler, Rudy
    1938 - Newnam, Pat
    1947 - Ewing, Bob
    1952 - Callahan, John
    1957 - Warmoth, Cy
    1959 - Walker, Speed
    1961 - Bergman, Al
    1965 - Dahl, Jay
    1966 - Wilie, Denney
    1974 - Way, Bob
    1976 - Klein, Lou
    1976 - Donnelly, Blix
    1978 - Dietrich, Bill
    1983 - Britton, Gil
    2001 - Keegan, Bob
    2006 - Johnson, Billy

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #234 on: June 20, 2011, 06:08:34 am »
Today In White Sox History - June 20th

 

June 20, 1980 - Tigers outfielder Al Cowens attacks Sox relief pitcher Ed Farmer. In the 11th inning of a game at Comiskey Park, Cowens ran towards Farmer after hitting a ground ball instead of running towards first base. The two had a melee on the mound. One year earlier Farmer broke his jaw when he was pitching for Texas. Chicago police went looking for Cowens after the game to press assault charges.

http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1980/B06200CHA1980.htm

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #235 on: June 21, 2011, 05:34:57 am »
This Date In White Sox History - June 21st



 

June 21, 1956 - Jack Harshman tosses a one-hitter in the White Sox 1-0 victory over the Orioles. The opposing Baltimore hurlers, Connie Johnson and George Zuverink, also combined to yield only one hit to the Chicago batters in the Comiskey Park contest.

http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1956/B06210CHA1956.htm

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #236 on: June 21, 2011, 05:55:47 am »
Today In White Sox History - June 21st



 

June 21, 1989 - Carlton Fisk surpasses Yogi Berra as the American League leader for career home runs by a catcher. The White Sox backstop's 307th home run helps to beat the Yankees, 7-3 at Yankee Stadium.

http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1989/B06210NYA1989.htm

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #237 on: June 21, 2011, 06:05:10 am »
This Date in White Sox History - June 21st

Ten years ago today . . .





June 21, 2001 - Returning to the major leagues after a stint with Newark Bears of the independent Atlantic League, Jose Canseco starts as the designated hitter for the White Sox. The former All Star, who has 446 career home runs (23rd all time), didn't get any offers after being released by the Angels in the spring.

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« Reply #238 on: June 21, 2011, 06:24:19 am »
    On June 21 in Baseball History...


    1939 - The New York Yankees announce Lou Gehrig's retirement, based on the report that he has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The 36-year-old star will remain with the team as captain.

    1950 - Joe DiMaggio gets his 2,000th hit, a seventh-inning single off the Indians Chick Pieretti, as the Yanks win 8-2. DiMaggio joins Luke Appling and Wally Moses as the only active players with 2,000 or more hits.

    1964 - On Father's Day at Shea Stadium, Jim Bunning pitches the first perfect game (excluding Don Larsen's 1956 World Series effort and Harvey Haddix's 1959 extra-inning loss) since Charlie Robertson's on April 30, 1922. He also becomes the first pitcher to win no-hitters in both leagues and drives in 2 runs as Philadelphia beats the Mets 6-0. Gus Triandos becomes the first catcher to catch a no-hitter in each league. The Mets don't fare much better in the nightcap as rookie Rick Wise wins his first game and gives up just 3 hits for an 8-2 win.

    1970 - Detroit's Cesar Gutierrez goes seven-for-seven to tie a record set in 1892 in a 12-inning, 9-8 win over Cleveland. Mickey Stanley's home run wins it for the Tigers. Gutierrez will collect just seven hits in all of 1971, and 128 hits for his career.

    1971 - Indians slugger Ken Harrelson announces his retirement from baseball to join the pro golf tour.

    1986 - Bo Jackson, college football's Heisman Trophy winner in 1985 and the first pick (by Tampa Bay) in the NFL draft, stuns observers nationwide by signing with the Kansas City Royals instead.

    1989 - The Yankees trade outfielder Rickey Henderson back to the A's for journeymen pitchers Eric Plunk and Greg Cadaret and outfielder Luis Polonia.

    Baseball Birthdays on June 21...

    1860 - Levis, Charlie
    1866 - Kilroy, Matt
    1876 - Gilbert, Billy
    1877 - Watkins, Ed
    1879 - Hill, Hunter
    1884 - Tift, Ray
    1891 - Adams, Bert
    1898 - Adams, Spencer
    1900 - Barron, Red
    1906 - Van Atta, Russ
    1906 - Moore, Randy
    1906 - Smith, Art
    1918 - Lopat, Ed
    1927 - Collum, Jackie
    1950 - Beard, Mike
    1952 - Downs, Dave
    1953 - Pentz, Gene
    1953 - Moore, Charlie
    1956 - Sutcliffe, Rick
    1957 - Pettibone, Jay
    1963 - Musselman, Jeff
    1964 - Moore, Brad
    1969 - Osborne, Donovan
    1974 - Runyan, Sean
    1978 - Rivera, Luis

    Baseball Deaths on June 21...

    1895 - Smith, Rex
    1918 - Force, Davy
    1923 - Grevell, Bill
    1923 - Elliott, Claud
    1934 - Cross, Monte
    1936 - Puttmann, Ambrose
    1943 - Chadbourne, Chet
    1944 - Swacina, Harry
    1952 - Dunning, Andy
    1974 - Jenkins, Joe
    1983 - Carson, Kit
    1986 - Portocarrero, Arnie
    1987 - Weintraub, Phil
    1988 - Linke, Ed
    1991 - Wilke, Harry
    1998 - Campanis, Al
    2000 - Stewart, Bud



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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #239 on: June 22, 2011, 05:23:37 am »
Today In White Sox History - June 22nd



 

June 22, 1993 - In his final day as a professional baseball player, 45-year old backstop Carlton Fisk of the White Sox catches his 2,226th game to surpass Bob Boone as the all-time leader. 'Pudge' played the first 11 seasons in his 24-year major league career with the Red Sox.

http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1993/B06220CHA1993.htm

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« Reply #240 on: June 22, 2011, 05:27:04 am »
    On June 22 in Baseball History...

    1926 - The Cardinals pick up 39-year-old Grover Cleveland Alexander on waivers from the Cubs to help in the pennant chase. He'll go 9-7 down the stretch.

    1932 - The N.L., at a meeting of club presidents, finally approves players wearing numbers. The A.L. had started in 1929.

    1946 - Bill Veeck heads a syndicate that purchases the Cleveland Indians. This launches Veeck on a long career as a lively promoter.

    1947 - Ewell Blackwell just misses pitching back-to-back no-hitters when Eddie Stanky of the Brooklyn Dodgers singles with one out in the ninth inning. Blackwell then gets Al Gionfriddo before Jackie Robinson bangs out a single. Blackwell wins 4-0, his ninth straight win to improve to 11-2. Stanky's hit ends Blackwell's hitless-inning skein at 19.

    1976 - Randy Jones pitches the Padres to a 4-2 win over the Giants, and ties Christy Mathewson's 63-year-old N.L. record by going 68 innings without a base on balls. He receives a standing ovation from the home crowd after striking out Darrell Evans to end the seventh. His streak ends when he walks catcher Marc Hill leading off the eighth. It is Jones's 13th win of the year.

    1982 - Pete Rose doubles off John Stuper in the third inning of a 3-2 loss to the Cardinals for his 3,772nd career hit, moving him past Hank Aaron into second place on baseball's all-time list.

    1984 - In a teary home plate ceremony before the Twins-White Sox game at the Metrodome, Calvin Griffith and his sister, Thelma Haynes, sign a letter of intent to sell their 52 percent ownership of the Twins to Minneapolis banker Carl Pohlad for $32 million. Griffith and his sister had been involved with the franchise since 1922, when owner Clark Griffith of the then-Washington Senators adopted them.

    1987 - Tom Seaver abandons his comeback attempt with the injury-riddled Mets and retires with a career record of 311-205, an ERA of 2.86, 3,640 strikeouts, and 61 shutouts.

    1990 - The last-place Braves fire manager Russ Nixon and replace him with general manager Bobby Cox, who last managed Toronto in 1985.

    1994 - Mets reliever John Franco earns his 253rd career save to break Dave Righetti's record for most saves by a lefthander.

    Baseball Birthdays on June 22...

    1860 - O'Brien, Tom
    1877 - Thompson, Gus
    1879 - Zalusky, Jack
    1884 - Roy, Charlie
    1885 - Donalds, Ed
    1887 - Fisher, Red
    1887 - Hitt, Roy
    1888 - Whaling, Bert
    1888 - Kauffman, Dick
    1890 - Fitzgerald, Mike
    1892 - Mercer, John
    1893 - Pezold, Larry
    1897 - Mizeur, Bill
    1899 - Moon, Leo
    1900 - Poetz, Joe
    1903 - Hubbell, Carl
    1907 - Puccinelli, George
    1909 - Rosenberg, Harry
    1914 - Asbell, Jim
    1914 - Newlin, Maury
    1920 - Masterson, Walt
    1931 - Throneberry, Faye
    1934 - Snyder, Russ
    1936 - Bronstad, Jim
    1937 - O'Rourke, Charlie
    1937 - Wood, Jake
    1942 - Heiser, Roy
    1949 - Tomlin, Dave
    1949 - Hodges, Ron
    1951 - Anderson, Mike
    1952 - Scarbery, Randy
    1953 - Thomas, Roy
    1960 - Booker, Greg
    1964 - Hunter, Jim
    1966 - Brito, Jorge
    1971 - Brown, Brant
    1971 - Sackinsky, Brian
    1972 - del Toro, Miguel
    1974 - Yan, Esteban
    1978 - Harris, Willie

    Baseball Deaths on June 22...

    1903 - Briody, Fatty
    1908 - Mills, Everett
    1910 - Doran, Tom
    1919 - Woerlin, Joe
    1926 - Crotty, Joe
    1930 - Dam, Bill
    1953 - Hemphill, Charlie
    1955 - Hayes, Frankie
    1956 - Forsythe, Ed
    1959 - Bubser, Hal
    1974 - Blankenship, Homer
    1988 - Edwards, Hank
    1991 - Owen, Marv
    1993 - Phillips, Bubba
    2002 - Kline, Ron
    2002 - Kile, Darryl
    2003 - Kinzy, Harry
    2006 - Campbell, Paul



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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #241 on: June 22, 2011, 05:43:32 am »
Today In White Sox History - June 22nd


June 22, 1938 - White Sox outfielder Hank Steinbacher becomes the second player in franchise history to rap out six hits in a game. Steinbacher goes 6 for 6 with two RBI and three runs scored in the Sox 16 - 3 win over the Senators at Comiskey Park.

http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1938/B06220CHA1938.htm

more on Hank Steinbacher: http://www.baseballinwartime.com/player_biographies/steinbacher_hank.htm

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #242 on: June 22, 2011, 04:09:35 pm »
I accidentally switched back to the game while the rain delay was still going on and caught an inning or so of some stupid meaningless game between the Sox and Cubs from 2006. One fun thing though, was seeing one Juan Pierre stepping up to the plate, AGAINST the Sox. The hilarious hat-under-the-helmet, the fake bunt attempt on first pitch, the weak 2 hopper for an easy out, it was all there. It was pretty nice to be on the other side of that, even if it was just reliving the past for a few moments. 



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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #243 on: June 22, 2011, 04:32:13 pm »
Damn, I missed that.  Watched some of it for a larf.   Sox were sporting the vests... Loveland's favorite.

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #244 on: June 23, 2011, 04:55:01 am »
This Date In White Sox History - June 23rd

Five years ago today . . .

 

 

June 23, 2006 - White Sox starter Jose Contreras establishes a franchise mark, surpassing LaMarr Hoyt and Wilson Alvarez, by winning his 16th consecutive decision as Chicago beat the Astros 7-4 in a match up of last year's World Series rivals. The Cuban right-hander, whose last defeat occurred on August 15 last season against the Twins, hasn't been beaten in his past 21 regular season starts. White Sox outfielder Scott Podsednik had two hits including his second homer of the season and drove in four runs in the game.

http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/2006/B06230CHA2006.htm


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« Reply #245 on: June 23, 2011, 05:10:14 am »
    On June 23 in Baseball History...

    1917 - Boston pitcher Babe Ruth starts against Washington. He walks leadoff man Eddie Foster, griping to plate umpire Brick Owens after each pitch. On ball four, Ruth plants a right to the umpire's jaw. He is ejected, and Ernie Shore relieves. Foster is caught stealing, and Shore retires all 26 men he faces in a 4-0 win, getting credit in the books for a perfect game.

    1932 - Lou Gehrig plays his 1,103rd successive game in a Yankees uniform, equaling Joe Sewell's record with one team (Cleveland).

    1961 - Ernie Banks voluntarily takes the bench as a sore knee brings his 717 consecutive-games-played streak to an end.

    1962 - Larry Doby, retired from the Cleveland Indians, signs on with the Chunichi Dragons. He becomes, with Don Newcombe, the first former major league player to toil for a Japanese team. Doby's season batting average will be a mediocre .225.

    1963 - After taking Phillies pitcher Dallas Green deep, Jimmy Piersall runs around the bases in the correct order, but backward, to celebrate his 100th career home run. Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick, who was in the stands, was not amused. The Mets' outfielder, who thought of the stunt after being disappointed by the lack of attention Duke Snider's 400th round-tripper received, will be released two days later by manager Casey Stengel.

    1971 - In a spectacular performance, Phillies pitcher Rick Wise no-hits the Reds 4-0 and hits two home runs in the game. Wise gets Pete Rose for the last out.

    1973 - Phillies pitcher Ken Brett beats the Expos 7-2 and hits a home run for a major-league record for a pitcher fourth consecutive game. He hit home runs on June 9, 13, and 18: he will total ten for his career.

    1981 - Dave Koza scores Marty Barrett with a bases-loaded single in the bottom of the 33rd inning, giving Pawtucket a 3-2 win over Rochester and ending the longest game in professional baseball history. The game had been suspended April 19 after 32 innings and eight hours, seven minutes of play, but the continuation took only eighteen minutes to complete. Bob Ojeda pitches one inning to earn the win.

    1984 - Chicago's Ryne Sandberg hit two late-inning home runs off St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Bruce Sutter to tie the game twice as the Cubs went on to win 12-11 in 11 innings. Sandberg led off the ninth inning with a solo home run to tie the game 9-9 then hit a two-run, two-out homer in the 10th to tie the game 11-11.

    1988 - George Steinbrenner fires Billy Martin for the fifth time, replacing him with Lou Piniella. In 1985, Piniella was fired and replaced by Martin. In 1985, Martin was fired and replaced by Piniella. New York's 40-28 record is the fourth best in the big leagues, but the Yankees had just completed a 2-7 road trip.

    1994 - Replays show that A's pitcher Bobby Witt beat Kansas City's Greg Gagne to first base in the sixth inning, but umpire Gary Cedarstrom sees it differently. The infield hit is the only blemish on what otherwise would have been a perfect game.

    Baseball Birthdays on June 23...

    1850 - Bird, George
    1861 - Jackson, Henry
    1875 - Nops, Jerry
    1877 - Hardy, Jack
    1884 - Egan, Dick
    1886 - Priest, Johnny
    1890 - Calhoun, Bill
    1890 - Williams, Harry
    1895 - Smith, Jack
    1900 - Harris, Bill
    1902 - Pettit, Leon
    1906 - Foley, Ray
    1907 - Cooke, Dusty
    1910 - Perrin, Bill
    1912 - Ford, Gene
    1913 - Cox, Bill
    1915 - Robinson, Aaron
    1915 - Humphries, Johnny
    1916 - Jungels, Ken
    1917 - Sanford, Jack
    1917 - Floyd, Bubba
    1920 - Donahue, Deacon
    1924 - Schaeffer, Harry
    1931 - Spooner, Karl
    1937 - Haller, Tom
    1949 - Goltz, Dave
    1956 - Johnson, Tony
    1958 - Barrett, Marty
    1960 - Deshaies, Jim
    1960 - Rabb, John
    1962 - Beasley, Chris
    1965 - Walker, Mike
    1967 - Meulens, Hensley
    1970 - Castillo, Juan

    Baseball Deaths on June 23...

    1894 - Say, Jimmy
    1902 - Firth, Ted
    1908 - Traffley, Bill
    1911 - O'Rourke, John
    1924 - Gallagher, Shorty
    1928 - Kittridge, Malachi
    1931 - Cross, Clarence
    1941 - Nelson, Bill
    1949 - Godar, John
    1954 - Massey, Roy
    1958 - Boehler, George
    1959 - Hitchc*ck, Jim
    1967 - Bashang, Al
    1967 - Gilbert, Tookie
    1970 - Reynolds, Ross
    1973 - Aberson, Cliff
    1974 - Boucher, Al
    1975 - Callaghan, Marty
    1976 - Warneke, Lon
    1985 - Anderson, Alf
    1989 - Anderson, Rick
    1994 - Throneberry, Marv
    1994 - Dobson, Joe
    1999 - Haas, Bert
    2000 - Tillman, Bob
    2003 - Smith, Bob
    2006 - Wells, Leo
    2007 - Beck, Rod



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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #246 on: June 23, 2011, 03:58:22 pm »
Man I forgot canseco played for us

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #247 on: June 24, 2011, 05:58:01 am »
Man I forgot canseco played for us

That's because he's Cuban and not puertorican.  ;D

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #248 on: June 24, 2011, 06:15:38 am »
This Date In White Sox History - June 24th



 

June 24, 1969 - Beltin' Bill Melton hit three solo home runs in the second game of a doubleheader sweep by the White Sox at Sick's Stadium in Seattle.  However it was catcher Ed Hermann who supplied the game winning solo homer with a two-out blast in the top of the ninth inning as the White Sox beat the Pilots 7 - 6.

http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1969/B06242SE11969.htm

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Re: Pale Hose History
« Reply #249 on: June 24, 2011, 06:24:40 am »
Today In White Sox History - June 24th

 

June 24, 1977 - An embarrassing moment for White Sox outfielder Ralph Garr and, as it turned out, a costly one for the team. In the 3rd inning of a game in Minnesota, Garr hit what appeared to be a three run home run... however as he was running the bases he passed catcher Jim Essian who waited at first base to make sure the ball was, in fact, a home run. Garr was called out for passing the runner and awarded a two run single. The White Sox wound up losing the game 7 - 6.

http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1977/B06240MIN1977.htm

 

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