Big Ed Walsh (TRADING CARD DB)

August 27, 1911: Big Ed Walsh 'slobber-balls' his way to no-hitter for White Sox

The Chicago White Sox right-hander Big Ed Walsh “slobber-balled…

May 31, 1914: Joe Benz humming on all cylinders with no-hitter

The Chicago White Sox were happy to be back at home for a Sunday…

October 6, 1917: White Sox win World Series opener at Comiskey Park

Oh, how it rained. The day before the first World Series game…

October 13, 1917: White Sox's big push brings bedlam in Game 5 comeback

Game Five of the 1917 World Series was back in Chicago and the…

September 6, 1918: Lefty Tyler’s pitching, batting tie World Series at 1-1

Prior to the start of Game Two of the 1918 World Series, Fred…
Carl Mays (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

September 7, 1918: Boston's Carl Mays outduels Cubs' Hippo Vaughn in Game 3

Chicago Cubs ace James “Hippo” Vaughn had a dream regular…

May 29, 1925: Syl Johnson, Bibb Falk, and the line drive that changed history

In late June of 1978 baseball historian Eugene Converse Murdock…

May 24, 1929: Ted Lyons hurls 21-inning complete game in epic struggle

The staggering, awe-inspiring numbers point to an era in baseball…
Mule Suttles (TRADING CARD DB)

August 11, 1935: The Mule Kicks the Maestro in Negro Leagues all-star game

At a time when a pint of Kentucky bourbon cost $1.251 and a…