Today in White Sox History: September 6 Outstanding pitching

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