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This Day in White Sox History
March 10th

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1963 In an exhibition game against the White Sox, 21 year-old rookie Pete Rose goes 2-for-2 in his first appearance in a Reds' uniform. The future all-time major league leader in hits will be named the National League's Rookie of the Year.
1995 Former Chicago Bull superstar Michael Jordan, citing labor unrest as the reason, announces that he is leaving the White Sox organization to return to the Chicago Bulls. In his only season in professional baseball, the future NBA Hall of Famer batted .202, hit three home runs, drove in 51 runs, stole 30 bases, and made 11 errors playing the outfield for the Double-A Birmingham Barons last season.

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