Triple triples? A record-breaking ground out? You betcha.
The story of a clinch, and a quiet game at Yankee Stadium.
Welcome to the first and only day in White Sox history when there have been two no-hitters thrown.
A whopper of a nightcap, and a whopper of a no-hitter.
The White Sox get jobbed by the Yankees, and Carlos May slices a delicious and rare salami.
A clinching win … and some other crazy victories.
Jim Thome becomes the first player in history to hit his 500th career homer in walk-off fashion.
A big Day, trade talks, a firing, and some milestone homers are today’s big moments.
A rubber arm, quitting superstar, phantom reliever and a whole lotta hitting mark today’s look back.
Hitless wonder, a near no-no and a hurricane mark today’s history snapshot.
Items 116 years apart bookend today’s traipse into White Sox lore.
Chris Sale just keep whiffing opponents, on what otherwise is a tough day in White Sox history.
A Hall of Fame debut, pennant-saving no-no, and wild knuckleballing all pace today’s snapshot.
Mobsters, back-to-back-to-backs, cycles and bread-and-water take center stage in the almanac today.
A big Wynn scores a big winner — outside of the White Sox.
A sneaky steal of a future star starter, and very angry fan highlight today’s history.
A spate of one-hitters, as well as a relief pitcher homer and a game-winning homer, lead today’s news.
Frank’s big fly, and a Zach attack outta nowhere.
Nellie’s sneak is snapped, Horlen who?, and Robin and José knock in big numbers.
Luke Appling stops hitting … and Bobby Thigpen keeps saving.
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.
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