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Lip Man 1
09-18-2006, 01:02 PM
September 19, 1925 - The White Sox set franchise record (since tied) for the largest shutout margin in team history when the blank the Senators 17 - 0 at Washington. The game was the back half of a twin bill and was called after seven innings due to darkness. Ted Lyons would throw a one hitter.

September 19, 1986 - Sox pitcher Joe Cowley makes the record books by no hitting the Angels in Anaheim 7 - 1. It is an unusual no hitter. Cowley walked seven, including three straight in the 6th inning, when California got their run.