On October 3, 1919 – Rookie pitcher Dickie Kerr throws a three-hit shutout as the Chicago White Sox win 3 – 0 over the Cincinnati Reds. Shoeless Joe Jackson has two hits and Chick Gandil drives in two runs as the White Sox cut Cincinnati’s World Series lead to 2-1. Cuban Dolf Luque becomes the first Hispanic player to appear in a World Series game, pitching one inning of relief for the Reds.