September 27, 1920

At Chicago’s Comiskey Park, 33-year-old Joe Jackson’s sixth inning double off Tiger pitcher Hooks Dauss breaks a scoreless tie, putting the White Sox ahead, 2-0. ‘Shoeless’ Joe’s game-winning hit will be the last of his 13-year career when the players on the grand jury list are suspended for the rest of the season as the 1919 World Series fix is investigated.