This Day in White Sox History: Veeck's Majority Rules

This Day in White Sox History: Veeck's Majority Rules
Former White Sox owner Bill Veeck.

December 20, 1958 - Bill Veeck got a court ruling in his favor which allowed him to get majority control of the White Sox. Members of the Comiskey family went to court in an effort to stop the sale of the franchise.

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  • Orlando Hernandez, far better known to anyone who's ever watched him play as "El Duque," turned 52 today. After defecting from Cuba in 1997, the right-hander pitched for nine big league seasons from 1998-2007. His performance on the mound was at times masterful, and routinely magical. He came at hitters with anything and everything he had -- varying arm slots, what seemed like hundreds of different pitch types or speeds and a windup that stretched the boundaries of human imagination:
    Many hitters were left walking back to the dugout, shaking their heads in disbelief. Althoughmay dem tien chinh hang he had some stellar years during the regular season, El Duque was a legend during the postseason -- mostly for the Yankees (who will play a decisive ALDS Game 5 against the Indians tonight). He went 9-3 with a 2.67 ERA and 101 strikeouts in 17 games.

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