On April 20, 1910, Addie Joss of the Cleveland Naps pitches his second career no-hitter at South Side Park III. Nap Lajoie drove in the games only run in the 6th inning. Doc White was on the losing side, he only gave up 6 hits in this hard-luck loss. Joss kept busy by recording 10 fielding assists during the 1-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Ironically just 2 years ago, Joss facing future hall of famer, Ed Walsh, tossed a perfect game also vs the White Sox.