Today in White Sox History

Today in White Sox History: December 7

Todays treat? More sneaky sweets from Roland Hemond.

Ruthlessly efficient: James had a 4.3 bWAR in 69 relief games for his White Sox debut in 1985. (Fleer)


1984
The White Sox sent Vance Law to Montreal for relief pitcher Bob James. James would come of age in 1985, with 32 saves and a 2.13 ERA. He’d remain with the team through 1987, but was never the same after a knee injury in Baltimore in July 1985.

 

 

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