Today in White Sox History: September 6 Outstanding pitching
feats, via mortals and immortals each, on this day The White Sox offense did no longer get the memo
that Frank Smith turned into going to throw a no-no on this day 117 years in the past; the 15-zero win stays the biggest margin of victory each
for an AL no-hitter. Chicago Sun-Times/Chicago Daily News series/Chicago History Museum/Getty Images
Doc White of the White Sox hurled a one-hitter in beating Cleveland, 1-zero, in 10 innings in a game in Chicago.
It would be the first of five one-hitters thrown by means of White between 1903 and 1908 without ever throwing a no-hitter.
Cleveland’s handiest hit was by means of 0.33 baseman Bill Bradley, a double White additionally threw one-hitters towards the
Brown in 1904, the Athletics and Browns in 1906 and the Senators in 1908. In addition to being a outstanding pitcher, White turned into
additionally a dentist and evangelist 1905 White Sox pitcher Frank Smith tossed a no-hitter at Detroit The Sox received
effortlessly, 15-0, and swept a dual invoice, each games by using shutouts. In the game, Smith allowed 3 walks.
The 15-0 win stood as