On September 11, 1907 — 1907 – Chicago’s Doc White blanks the Browns, 2 – 0. However, his one base on balls ends his American League record run of 65 1/3 innings pitched without issuing a walk. He will win a career high 27 games and walk only 38 in 291 innings.

 


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