April 14, 1915 White Sox pitcher Eddie Cicotte…

April 14, 1915

White Sox pitcher Eddie Cicotte, who will become better known as one of the eight players made permanently ineligible for professional baseball due to his alleged participation in the Black Sox scandal in the 1919 World Series, no-hits the Browns, 11-0. The 33-year-old, called Knuckles by his teammates, will finish the season with a 28-12 record along with a 1.53 ERA, leading the league in victories and earned run average.