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Lip Man 1
04-15-2007, 12:37 PM
April 16, 1940 - The Indians Bob Feller no hits the White Sox winning 1-0. The game is not without controversy however. Luke Appling hits a shot down the line that apparently kicked up the chalk but was ruled foul. When Appling argued the call he was supposedly told that ĎFeller is going to be a credit to the game.í (i.e. itís good for baseball if he gets a no hitter) Incredulous Appling replied "what am I, chopped liver?" Itís the only opening day no hitter in MLB history.

April 16, 1953 - In the second game of the season, Sox starter Billy Pierce fires a one hitter in beating St. Louis 1 - 0. Itís the first of four one hitters in Billyís career. The no-hitter was broken up in the 7th inning when Bobby Young got a hit.

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DumpJerry
04-15-2007, 01:46 PM
April 16, 1962 - Dumpjerry is born.:D:

DumpJerry
04-16-2007, 08:09 AM
1948.

Jack Brickhouse calls a game for the Sox in WGN-TV's first baseball broadcast.

The opponent? The Cubs. Sox win 4-1.:D: