August 10, 1990 - The odds had to be a million to one. They were two of the smallest players in major league baseball yet on this night in the second game of a double header at Comiskey Park, the impossible happened. In the second inning, the Sox Craig Grebeck and Ozzie Guillen hit back to back home runs off hard throwing Nolan Ryan. It was part of a four run inning in a 5-1 win and a sweep of the two games. Making matters even more incredible was that both Grebeck and Guillen pulled their shots. Craig reaching the left field seats and Ozzie right field!
August 10, 1993 - With his career fading, the Sox dealt their all-time saves leader, Bobby Thigpen to the Phillies for pitcher Jose DeLeon. Thigpen saved a then major league record, 57 games in 1990 but was never the same afterwards posting lower and lower save numbers in the years after the mark was set. Then Sox manager Jeff Torborg told me the reason he thought Bobby's career started to go downhill after that remarkable 1990 season.