Barry Latman

For 40 years, the Chicago White Sox wandered in the wasteland…

Vince Lloyd

From the mid-1960s to 1980s, Vince Lloyd and Lou Boudreau brought…

Sherm Lollar

Soft spoken and self-effacing, Sherman Lollar provided a strong…

Al Lopez

He was equally as adept at coordinating pitchers and throwing…

Turk Lown

America has always had great duos. In entertainment it was Laurel…

J. C. Martin

He delivered big hits on occasion but is still asked most often…

Jim McAnany

After starting four different players in right field during the…

Ken McBride

Ken McBride anchored the pitching rotation for the Los Angeles…

Ray Moore

Ray Moore was the long reliever and an occasional starter for…

Don Mueller

Outfielder Don Mueller was a hard man to strike out – in five…

Gary Peters

He took a long time to find his place in the major leagues. After…

Bubba Phillips

Noted for his versatility, John Melvin “Bubba” Phillips started…

Billy Pierce

Talk about your quick-starting careers. Billy Pierce didn’t…

Claude Raymond

If it is true that every boy born in the United States comes…

Jim Rivera

Speedy outfielder Jim Rivera was one of the great characters…

John Romano

In retirement, former major leaguer Johnny Romano took up flying…

Don Rudolph

Don Rudolph was known as an eccentric throughout his career but…

Bob Shaw

Among the many essential cogs in the Go-Go White Sox machine…

Harry Simpson

Harry Simpson first saw life as a child in the segregated South.…

Lou Skizas

“I was a character in baseball. I saw it as an interim type…

Al Smith

Al Smith was an accomplished ballplayer whose major-league career…

Gerry Staley

On September 22, 1959, with one out and the bases loaded in the…

Joe Stanka

 Purchased by the Chicago White Sox from the Pacific Coast…

Earl Torgeson

In a 15-year major-league career filled with great stories and…