An Opening Day blizzard? Take off, you hoser.
Paul Edmondson was killed 50 years ago today in a traffic accident, cutting short what appeared to be a promising pitching career.
Luis Aparicio won the Rookie of the Year award on this day — 14 years later, he was traded away from the White Sox (for the second time!)
Three more acquisitions mark the day — all of them good ones.
Pat Kelly was so good with the White Sox, he turned a 0.0 bWAR season in 1973 into an All-Star Game appearance.
A blowout win in Game 1 of the World Series forever headlines news of this day.
Two pennants clinched in one day? That’s the kind of magic that happens at Today in White Sox History!
A big Day, trade talks, a firing, and some milestone homers are today’s big moments.
Buck Weaver, Lou Berger and Mike Kreevich rap out big hits, Roland rolls into town, and Tim Raines is cut down.
Exciting news! South Side Hit Pen has added White Sox historian Mark Liptak to the roster! This Date in White Sox History is the first of many future features from Mark.