Comiskey Park I

Ed Walsh 5

A. L. Strikeout Leader (255)

Ed Walsh (CHW)

1911

1911-ed-walsh

No Hitter:

Ed Walsh

8-27-11

vs. Boston Braves (5-0)

1914-joe-benz

No Hitter:

Joe Benz

5-31-14

vs. Cleveland Indians (6-1)

Braggo Roth 3

A. L. Home Run Leader (7)

Braggo Roth (CHW)

1915

Red Faber

Red Faber (CHW)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

4th Inning

vs. Philadelphia Athletics

July 14th, 1915

Joe Jackson 3

A. L. Triples Leader (21)

“Shoeless” Joe Jackson (CHW)

1916

Eddie Cicotte

A. L. Wins Leader (28)

Eddie Cicotte (CHW)

1917

Ed Cicotte

A. L. ERA Leader (1.53)

Eddie Cicotte (CHW)

1917

Comiskey Park 1918

Chicago Cubs Play

World Series Home Games

September 5th-7th, 1918

Eddie Cicotte 2

A. L. Wins Leader (29)

Eddie Cicotte (CHW)

1919

Eddie Collins 6

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (33)

Eddie Collins (CHW)

1919

Portrait of Buck Weaver

Buck Weaver (CHW)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

9th Inning

vs. Cleveland Indians

September 6th, 1919

1919 WS

Reds Defeat White Sox

Win World Series 5-3

October 9th, 1919

Joe Jackson 4

A. L. Triples Leader (20)

“Shoeless” Joe Jackson (CHW)

1920

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A. L. ERA Leader (2.48)

Red Faber (CHW)

1921

Red faber 3

A. L. ERA Leader (2.81)

Red Faber (CHW)

1922

Collins E 10390.94 PD

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (48)

Eddie Collins (CHW)

1923

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3,000th Strikeout:

Walter Johnson

July 8th, 1923

Eddie Collins 8

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (42)

Eddie Collins (CHW)

1924

Baby Doll Jacobson

Cycle:

Baby Doll Jacobson (STL)

vs. Chicago White Sox

April 17th, 1924

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A. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Ted Lyons (CHW)

1925

Johnny Mostil

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (43)

Johnny Mostil (CHW)

1925

Roy Carlyle

Cycle:

Roy Carlyle (BOS)

vs. Chicago White Sox

July 1st, 1925

Johnny Mostil 2

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (35)

Johnny Mostil (CHW)

1926

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Cycle:

Bob Fothergill (DET)

vs. Boston Red Sox

September 26th, 1926

Lyons Ted 563.68_Act_NBL

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (22)

Ted Lyons (CHW)

1927

Bill Regan

Bill Regan (BOS)

Two Home Runs

4th Inning

vs. Chicago White Sox

June 16th, 1928

Al Capone

Al Capone at the Ballpark

Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox

September 9th, 1931

East West AS Game 1936

Negro Leagues

East-West All Star Games

1933 – 1957, 1959 – 1960

1933-as

July 6th, 1933

American League 4

National League 2

1935-vern-kennedy

No Hitter:

Vern Kennedy

8-31-35

vs. Cleveland Indians (5-0)

Luke Appling

A. L. Batting Champion (.388)

Luke Appling (CHW)

1936

Joe Di Maggio

Joe DiMaggio (NYY)

Two Home Runs

5th Inning

vs. Chicago White Sox

June 24th, 1936

Mike Kreevich

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (16)

Mike Kreevich (CHW)

1937

Dixie Walker 4

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (16)

Dixie Walker (CHW)

1937

1937-bill-dietrich

No Hitter:

Bill Dietrich

6-1-37

vs. St. Louis Browns (8-0)

1940-bob-feller

No Hitter:

Bob Feller (CLE)

4-16-40

vs. Chicago White Sox (1-0)

Thornton Lee

A. L. ERA Leader (2.37)

Thornton Lee (CHW)

1941

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A. L. ERA Leader (2.10)

Ted Lyons (CHW)

1942

Luke Appling 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.328)

Luke Appling (CHW)

1943

Wally Moses

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (12)

Wally Moses (CHW)

1943

Mickey Vernon

Cycle:

Mickey Vernon (WAS)

vs. Chicago White Sox

May 19th, 1946

Joe Haynes

A. L. ERA Leader (2.42)

Joe Haynes (CHW)

1947

Larry Doby 2

Larry Doby (CLE)

Breaks American League Color Barrier

vs. Chicago White Sox

July 5th, 1947

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Cycle:

Joe DiMaggio (NYY)

vs. Chicago White Sox

May 20th, 1948

1950-as

July 11th, 1950

National League 4

American League 3

1950_MLB_ASG

First Televised

All-Star Game

July 11th, 1950

Elmer Valo

Cycle:

Elmer Valo (PHA)

vs. Chicago White Sox

August 2nd, 1950

Angels in the Outfield 1951

1951

Some Baseball Scenes Filmed

at Comiskey Park I

Gus Zernial

A. L. Home Run Leader (33)

Gus Zernial (CHW)

1951

Saul Rogovin

A. L. ERA Leader (2.78)

Saul Rogovin (CHW/DET)

1951

Gus Zernial 3

A. L. RBI Leader (129)

Gus Zernial (CHW/PHA)

1951

Minnie Minoso

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (31)

Minnie Minoso (CHW/CLE)

1951

Minnie Minoso 5

A. L. Triples Leader (14)

Minnie Minoso (CHW/CLE)

1951

Minnie Minoso 2

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (22)

Minnie Minoso (CHW)

1952

Billy pierce 3

A. L. Strikeout Leader (186)

Billy Pierce (CHW)

1953

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A. L. Stolen Base Leader (25)

Minnie Minoso (CHW)

1953

Jim Rivera 2

A. L. Triples Leader (16)

Jim RIvera (CHW)

1953

Minnie Minoso 7

A. L. Triples Leader (18)

Minnie Minoso (CHW)

1954

Billy Pierce 2

A. L. ERA Leader (1.97)

Billy Pierce (CHW)

1955

Jim Rivera

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (25)

Jim Rivera (CHW)

1955

Luis Aparicio

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Luis Aparicio (CHW)

1956

Luis Aparicio 2

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (21)

Luis Aparicio (CHW)

1956

Minnie Minoso 8

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (11)

Minnie Minoso (CHW)

1956

Billy Pierce

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (20)

Billy Pierce (CHW)

1957

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A. L. Stolen Base Leader (28)

Luis Aparicio (CHW)

1957

1957-bob-keegan

No Hitter:

Bob Keegan

8-20-57

vs. Washington Senators (6-0)

Early Wynn 6

A. L. Strikeout Leader (179)

Early Wynn (CHW)

1958

Luis Aparicio 4

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (29)

Luis Aparicio (CHW)

1958

Nellie Fox

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Nellie Fox (CHW)

1959

Early Wynn

Cy Young Award

Early Wynn (CHW)

1959

Early Wynn 3

A. L. Wins Leader (22)

Early Wynn (CHW)

1959

Luis Aparicio 5

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (56)

Luis Aparicio (CHW)

1959

1959 WS

Dodgers Defeat White Sox

Win World Series 4-2

October 8th, 1959

Comiskey - Picnic Area

Field Level Picnic Area

1960

Andy The Clown

Andy The Clown

1960 – 1990

Frank Baumann

A. L. ERA Leader (2.67)

Frank Baumann (CHW)

1960

Luis Aparicio 6

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (51)

Luis Aparicio (CHW)

1960

Nellie Fox 2

A. L. Triples Leader (10)

Nellie Fox (CHW)

1960

Comiskey Scoreboard

Comiskey Park

Exploding Scoreboard

May 1st, 1960

Brooks Robinson

Cycle:

Brooks Robinson (BAL)

vs. Chicago White Sox

May 15th, 1960

Luis Aparicio 7

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (53)

Luis Aparicio (CHW)

1961

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A. L. Stolen Base Leader (31)

Luis Aparicio (CHW)

1962

1962-bill-monboquette

No Hitter:

Bill Monboquette (BOS)

8-1-62

vs. Chicago White Sox (1-0)

Gary Peters

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Gary Peters (CHW)

1963

Gary Peters 3

A. L. ERA Leader (2.33)

Gary Peters (CHW)

1963

Gary Peters 2

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (20)

Gary Peters (CHW)

1964

EPSON MFP image

A.L. Fireman of the Year

Eddie Fisher (CHW)

1965

Tommie Agee 2

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Tommie Agee (CHW)

1966

Portrait of Gary Peters

A. L. ERA Leader (1.98)

Gary Peters (CHW)

1966

Joel Horlen

A. L. ERA Leader (2.06)

Joel Horlen (CHW)

1967

1967-joel-horlen

No Hitter:

Joel Horlen

9-10-67

vs. Detroit Tigers (6-0)

Wilbur Wood

A.L. Fireman of the Year

Wilbur Wood (CHW)

1968

Nancy Faust

Nancy Faust

White Sox Organist

1970 – 2010

Bill Melton

A. L. Home Run Leader (33)

Bill Melton (CHW)

1971

Dick Allen 2

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Dick Allen (CHW)

1972

Dick Allen 3

A. L. Home Run Leader (37)

Dick Allen (CHW)

1972

Wilbur Wood 2

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (24)

Wilbur Wood (CHW)

1972

Dick Allen 5

A. L. RBI Leader (113)

Dick Allen (CHW)

1972

Wilbur Wood 3

A. L. Wins Leader (24)

Wilbur Wood (CHW)

1973

1973 White Sox Schedule

“Bat Day” Doubleheader

Record Attendance – 55,555

vs. Minnesota Twins (9-3, 0-3)

May 20th, 1973

Terry Forster

A.L. Fireman of the Year

Terry Forster (CHW)

1974

Dick Allen 4

A. L. Home Run Leader (32)

Dick Allen (CHW)

1974

Rich Gossage

A.L. Fireman of the Year

Rich “Goose” Gossage (CHW)

1975

Lyman Bostock

Cycle:

Lyman Bostock (MIN)

vs. Chicago White Sox

July 24th, 1976

White Sox Short Pants 1

White Sox

Short Pants Uniform

August 8th, 1976

Disco Demolition Night

Disco Demolition Night

July 12th, 1979

LaMarr Hoyt 2

A. L. Wins Leader (19)

LaMarr Hoyt (CHI)

1982

LaMarr Hoyt

A.L. Cy Young Award

LaMarr Hoyt (CHW)

1983

Ron Kittle

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Ron Kittle (CHW)

1983

Cardinals La Russa Retires Baseball

A. L. Manager of the Year

Tony LaRussa (CHW)

1983

LaMarr Hoyt 3

A. L. Wins Leader (24)

LaMarr Hoyt (CHW)

1983

1983-as

July 6th, 1983

American League 13

National League 3

1984-jack-morris

No Hitter:

Jack Morris (DET)

4-7-84

vs. Chicago White Sox (4-0)

Carlton Fisk

Cycle:

Carlton Fisk (CHW)

vs. Kansas City Royals

May 16th, 1984

Ozzie Guillen

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Ozzie Guillen (CHW)

1985

Yount Robin 2917.83_Bat_NBL

Cycle:

Robin Yount (MIL)

vs. Chicago White Sox

June 12th, 1988

Bobby Thigoen

A.L. Fireman of the Year

Bobby Thigpen (CHW)

1990

Jeff Torborg

A. L. Manager of the Year

Jeff Torborg (CHW)

1990

Only The Lonely - Comiskey

Only The Lonely

Baseball Scenes Filmed

at Comiskey Park I

1991