Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Monday, September 26, 2016
September 25th marked the passing of a true legend in the world of sports, Arnold Palmer. He elevated golf to such a level that everyone loved and played it. He was just cool personified, all the while being everyman and just the guy next door and just a truly nice man.
May 2nd 1960
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The 1959 "Go-Go" White Sox were the the American League champions and would face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series but lose the series 4 games to 2. 1959 was the first White Sox AL championship since 1919 and their last until 2005.
The White Sox also had the 1959 American League MVP in 2nd baseman Nellie Fox (L) who had 191 hits, 34 doubles, 70 RBI and batted .306.
Leading the way in pitching was the 1959 American League Cy Young Award Winner Early Wynn who had 22 wins, 10 losses, 3.29 ERA with 179 strikes, which led the league.
Al Lopez was named the 1959 American League Manager of the Year after leading the White Sox to a 94-60 regular season record