On August 9, 1931 — 1931 – After the White Sox take the opener, 4 – 2, over the Browns, Dick Coffman pitches the Browns to a 1 – 0 win, allowing on a 5th-inning single by John Kerr. Bob Weiland takes the loss.
In a ceremony held in Cooperstown, NY, outfielder Andre Dawson, manager Whitey Herzog and umpire Doug Harvey are inducted into the Hall of Fame. During his acceptance speech, Dawson urges the election of former teammates Tim Raines and Lee Smith.
July 25, 2010
The White Sox announce the team will play nine regular season games in Milwaukee during the 1968 season. The change in venue marks the first time an American League team has played outside its own city since 1905 when the Tigers hosted the Boston Americans at Neil Park in Columbus, Ohio.
October 30, 1967
Tomoaki Kanemoto breaks Cal Ripken Jr.’s world record of 902 consecutive games played without missing an inning.
April 9, 2006