This Day in White Sox History: White Sox reacquire Aparicio

This Day in White Sox History: White Sox reacquire Aparicio
Future White Sox Hall of Famer Luis Aparicio in 1960. (http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/)

 November 29, 1961 - The Sox sent slugging infielder Roy Sievers to the Phillies for two players including pitcher Johnny BuzhardtBuzhardt would become part of the stellar Sox starting rotation in the mid 60s, have some fine years and was particularly good against the Yankees going 7-0 against them between 1962 and 1967.

November 29, 1967 - The Sox reacquired shortstop Luis Aparicio from the Orioles as part of a six player deal. Aparicio would have his best seasons hitting - wise in the next few years but part of the cost was speedy Don Buford. He’d go on to have his best seasons with Baltimore and was a key part of their dynasty in the late 60s / early 70s.

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