A wonderful run of Opening Day results, including heroics from Pete Ward, Rich McKinney, Oscar Gamble and Bo Jackson.
A couple of crazy trades, a bit of streaking, a setback for the Ozzeroo, and brilliance from Buehrle.
Two manager hires, one bad and one brilliant, along with the White Sox birth of the Big Boy, Bobby Jenks.
Among a flurry of rough trades, there was one bright spot: Tom Paciorek joined the White Sox on this day.
A double-dip of megadeals would make the White Sox season in 1972.
Truly one of the White Sox’s (and baseball’s) most unheralded pitchers, the knuckleballing southpaw sat down for a long conversation about his 12-year career on the South Side.
Buck Weaver, Lou Berger and Mike Kreevich rap out big hits, Roland rolls into town, and Tim Raines is cut down.