June 22, 1993
On his final day as a professional baseball player, 45-year-old Carlton Fisk catches his 2,226th game to surpass Bob Boone as the all-time leader. ‘Pudge’ played the first 11 seasons in his 24-year major league career with the Red Sox.
May 20, 2006
After barreling over fellow catcher Michael Barrett in a play he considered hard but clean, A.J. Pierzynski is surprised when the Cub backstop shows his displeasure by punching him the face. The incident ignites a bench-clearing brawl between the Chicago rivals that leads to a 15-minute delay and four ejections during the White Sox’ 7-0 victory at U.S. Cellular Field.
Farquhar out of hospital, won’t pitch in ’18: undefined
April 30, 1922
Charlie Robertson, in only his fourth career start, becomes the third modern pitcher to throw a perfect no-hit, no-run game when he beats the Tigers at Navin Field, 2-0. Thanks to Johnny Mostil’s two outstanding catches in the outfield, the White Sox pitcher is also the fourth rookie to throw a no-hitter.
April 27, 1930
Bud Clancy, playing first base during the entire nine-inning game, never touches the ball while it is in play. Clancy’s lack of work doesn’t hurt the White Sox when they beat the Browns at Sportsman’s Park, 2-1.