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June 18th

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1911 In the sixth inning in Detroit, the White Sox lead the Tigers, 13-1, and after eight innings, the Pale Hose still are still ahead 15-7. The Tigers, however, use five singles and two walks to narrow Chicago's lead to 15-13 in the eighth, and then complete their incredible comeback in the final frame when Ty Cobb strokes a two-run single, his fifth hit of the day, and then scores on Sam Crawford's double to win the Navin Field contest, 16-15.
2010 President Obama, along with his two daughters, makes an unannounced trip to Nationals Park to watch Stephen Strasburg pitch against his favorite team, the White Sox. The Commander in Chief is on hand to see the 21 year-old fireballer strike out ten batters to bring the phenom's three-game total to 32, three more than the rookie record of 29 established by J.R. Richard in 1971.

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