March 23, 1989 - The Sox traded Kenny Williams (who would eventually become the club’s GM and vice president) to Detroit for pitcher Eric King. Williams never achieved any measure of consistency in the big leagues. King at least, had a spectacular 1990 campaign going 12-4 with a 3.25 ERA for the “Doin’ the Little Things” White Sox who’d shock baseball by compiling 94 wins in 1990.
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