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“Minnie” Came Up Big for White Sox, Indians

By Glen Sparks

Orestes “Minnie” Minoso grew up in El Perico, Cuba, outside Havana, and loved to watch the great Martin Dihigo play baseball.

Dihigo hit for power, hit for average and ran fast. 762 more words

Sox Unleash "Swing and Miss" Chris vs. Mariners and King Felix

Friday, August 21, 2015

Today’s News

Tonight’s Game

White Sox vs. Mariners at Safeco Field, Seattle (9:10 p.m. CT, CSN) in the opener of a three-game series. 1,298 more words

Tom 365 - August 14, 2014

I know the picture is not the best, but the White Sox did something cool at today game against the Cubs.

All of the players and managers wore the number 9 in honor of te passing of Minnie Minoso. 18 more words


What if We'd Given Military-Service and Negro League Credit?

As you may know our rules preclude us from issuing credit to players who went to war. Where the Hall of Merit requires some adjustment from its voters for wartime service, and where the Hall of Fame has obviously made mental adjustments, we took a different path. 2,963 more words


Cubs and White Sox Celebrate Banks, Minoso But Most Of All, Baseball In Chicago

These one run games are more frustrating than losing two in a row. Yesterday, the Crosstown Cup got off to a rough start when Kyle Hendricks and the Chicago Cubs fell to their brothers 1-0. 343 more words

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Cubs, White Sox To Honor Ernie Banks, Minnie Minoso With Throwback Uniforms

(CBS) The Cubs and White Sox will honor the late baseball legends Ernie Banks and Minnie Minoso when they play each other this season.

This Sunday at Wrigley Field when the teams wrap up a three-game series, every Cubs player will wear No. 274 more words


1952 Topps #195 Minnie Miñoso

Ever since Minnie Miñoso passed away earlier this year, I’ve been reading more and more about his remarkable career.

Of course, that inevitably leads to a casual scroll through the internets and some (digital) cardboard gazing. 105 more words