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Chicago Black Sox Hall of Honor and Museum

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Hall of Honor and Museum


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This way to the Chicago Hall of Honor --->

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Retired Numbers:
No. 32 Image Tom Madonald's career record Link to Madonald's BBA Hall of Fame entry (scroll down)



Hall of Honor Inductees:

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Resurrection Santos's career record
Profile of Resurrection Santos



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Braggo Franco's Career Record
Story Announcing Franco's Selection
BBA Hall of Fame Thread on Franco



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Brewster Baseball Association Championships:

Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
1993
1995
1996

Special Exhibits
Chicago Tribune coverage of riots after the Black Sox clinched the 1995 title
Game-by game coverage of the 1996 Landis Cup Championship series between Chicago and Austin

Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
2023
2028

Special Exhibit
Preview of 2023 Landis Cup series between Huntsville and Indianapolis


Johnson League Championships:

Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
1993
1995
1996
1998

Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
2023
2028

Franchise Records:

Batting Leaders
Pitching Leaders


This way to the Hall of Player Achievements: --->

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Hitting Achievements


Three Home Runs in a Game:
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
09/01/1998 Resurrection Santos 3 Home Runs, 3 for 4, 6 RBI versus Omaha while playing for Chicago
07/02/2010 Alonso Rodríguez 3 Home Runs, 3 for 4, 6 RBI versus California while playing for Chicago
06/15/2013 Ron Lipp 3 Home Runs, 3 for 5, 6 RBI versus Madison while playing for Chicago
07/28/2014 Phil Owry 3 Home Runs, 3 for 4, 4 RBI versus Yellow Springs while playing for Chicago
07/17/2018 Matthew Stuart 3 Home Runs, 3 for 4, 5 RBI versus Yellow Springs while playing for Chicago
05/17/2019 Matthew Stuart 3 Home Runs, 3 for 4, 4 RBI versus Halifax while playing for Chicago

Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
05/01/2021 Stephen Russell 3 Home Runs, 3 for 3, 3 RBI versus Des Moines while playing for Huntsville
08/26/2021 John Francis Mcintyre 3 Home Runs, 3 for 3, 4 RBI versus California while playing for Huntsville
05/16/2023 Lúcio Vázquez 3 Home Runs, 3 for 4, 6 RBI versus Valencia while playing for Huntsville
06/30/2026 Fernando Moreno 3 Home Runs, 3 for 4, 3 RBI versus Halifax while playing for Huntsville
08/14/2031 Fernando Moreno 3 Home Runs, 3 for 3, 4 RBI versus Twin Cities while playing for Huntsville
10/07/2031 Fernando Moreno 3 Home Runs, 3 for 3, 3 RBI versus San Antonio while playing for Huntsville
08/30/2032 Ed Curry 3 Home Runs, 4 for 4, 4 RBI versus Valencia while playing for Huntsville
07/29/2037 David Hall 3 Home Runs, 3 for 4, 5 RBI versus Wichita while playing for Huntsville
08/16/2038 Emílio Lugo 3 Home Runs, 3 for 5, 6 RBI versus Mexico City while playing for Huntsville

Hit for the Cycle:
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
05/10/2000 Daron McNair 4 Hits in 5 AB, 1 HR and 1 RBI versus Madison while playing for Chicago
08/19/2001 Washu Hakubi 4 Hits in 4 AB, 1 HR and 2 RBI versus Madison while playing for Chicago

Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
05/30/2021 Roberto Vázquez 4 Hits in 4 AB, 1 HR and 3 RBI versus Madison while playing for Huntsville
09/20/2022 Paul Holden 4 Hits in 4 AB, 1 HR and 2 RBI versus Madison while playing for Huntsville

50 or More Home Runs in a Season
Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
2031 Fernando Moreno 61 Home Runs, .333/.450/.688, 125 RBI and 140 Runs in 577 AB, 10.0 WAR

130 or More RBIs in a Season
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
1995 Henry Jones 136 RBI, .249/.349/.505, 40 Home Runs and 95 Runs in 551 AB, 5.3 WAR

Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
2028 Fernando Moreno 136 RBIs, .285/.422/.569, 47 Home Runs and 106 Runs in 578 AB, 8.1 WAR
2036 David Hall 133 RBI, .278/.348/.561, 49 Home Runs and 97 Runs in 640 AB, 3.6 WAR

Pitching Achievements


No-Hitters
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
05/17/2008 Dave Corrigan 6 K, 1 BB and 9 IP versus Valencia while playing for Chicago
08/10/2020 Terrence Miller 6 K, 7 BB and 9 IP versus Atlantic City while playing for Chicago

Special Exhibit
Coverage of Dave Corrigan's 2008 no-hitter

Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
04/15/2027 Gerardo Fajardo 11 K, 2 BB and 9 IP versus Yellow Springs while playing for Huntsville

Chicago Black Sox: (2040-Present)
08/11/2040 Amayas Moelling 7 K, 1 BB, 1 HP and 9 IP versus Omaha while playing for Chicago

Special Exhibit
Coverage of Amayas Moelling's 2040 no-hitter

15 or More Strikeouts in a Game
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
04/12/1997 Chet Steadman 17 K, 0 BB and 7.1 IP versus Phoenix while playing for Chicago
08/20/2009 Dave Corrigan 15 K, 0 BB and 8.0 IP versus Greenville while playing for Chicago
06/28/2013 Tom Madonald 15 K, 2 BB and 8.2 IP versus Greenville while playing for Chicago

20 or More Wins in a Season
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
1995 Chet Steadman 21-3, 2.21 ERA, 208.0 IP, 51 BB and 239 K
2015 Tom Madonald 21-8, 2.52 ERA, 254.0 IP, 45 BB and 229 K
2017 Terrence Miller 20-10, 2.80 ERA, 225.1 IP, 57 BB and 165 K

Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
2025 José De La Cruz 22-5, 3.02 ERA, 208.1 IP, 39 BB and 135 K

Award Winners

Sawyer Silk Silver Slugger Award
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
1998 JL Resurrection Santos (CHI) .372/.418/.683, 38 HR, 8.6 WAR

Steve Nebraska Golden Arm Award
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
1990 JL Heath Rockefeller (CHI) 18-6, 1.94 ERA, 222.1 IP, 8.0 WAR
1993 JL Heath Rockefeller (CHI) 18-5, 1.92 ERA, 216.0 IP, 9.0 WAR
1994 JL Heath Rockefeller (CHI) 16-4, 2.59 ERA, 229.1 IP, 9.3 WAR
2011 JL Jason Brooks (CHI) 18-6, 3.46 ERA, 203.0 IP, 5.1 WAR
2012 JL Tom Madonald (CHI) 19-7, 2.85 ERA, 259.1 IP, 8.6 WAR
2015 JL Tom Madonald (CHI) 21-8, 2.52 ERA, 254.0 IP, 8.9 WAR

Joe Gillstrom Newcomer of the Year Award
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
1990 JL Washu Hakubi (CHI) .302/.355/.469, 18 HR, 3.5 WAR
2007 JL Orlando Chávez (CHI) .313/.359/.501, 21 HR, 2.8 WAR
2017 JL Terrence Miller (CHI) 20-10, 2.80 ERA, 225.1 IP, 3.9 WAR


Gunga Oogalagunga Reliever of the Year Award
Chicago Black Sox: (1973-2020)
1982 JL Zander Hollander (CHI) 4-1, 28 SV, 2.48 ERA, 0.8 WAR
1987 JL Heath Rockefeller (CHI) 7-7, 40 SV, 2.21 ERA, 2.4 WAR
1988 JL Heath Rockefeller (CHI) 16-6, 30 SV, 2.62 ERA, 3.4 WAR
2014 JL Jonathan Sorensen (CHI) 6-2, 37 SV, 1.58 ERA, 1.7 WAR
2015 JL Craig Murray (CHI) 4-2, 28 SV, 0.80 ERA, 3.0 WAR

Huntsville Phantoms: (2021-2039)
2024 JL Bob Sanderson (HNT) 8-3, 44 SV, 1.65 ERA, 2.2 WAR
2025 JL Bob Sanderson (HNT) 8-1, 45 SV, 1.27 ERA, 2.1 WAR

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The Move From Chicago to Huntsville

Kyle Stever Takes Over as GM
The announcement that the Sox would be leaving Chicago at the end of the 2020 season
The announcement in Alabama that Huntsville would be the team's new home
The announcement that the team would change its name to the Huntsville Phantoms starting with the 2021 season.
Details of the team's new stadium in Huntsville: the Opera House.

Transforming the Opera House into a Homer Haven For Lefties

Details of the changes, player reaction
Update on the Opera House Changes

The Move Back to Chicago For The 2040 Season

Vic Caleca takes over as GM half-way through the 2038 season
Vinnie Vitale, Chicago businessman, buys the Phantoms
Vinnie Vitale announces the team will move back to Chicago
Black Sox Park Plans Revealed
GM Raises Issues With Stadium Design
New Black Sox Uniform and Cap Design Released
The Phantoms Skip Town As The 2039 Season Ends
Black Sox Park Stadium Diagram Released

Coverage of the Final Game In Huntsville

Last Dance in Huntsville (PP 80-91 of 2040 Media Guide)

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Major League Team Awards
YearTeamHitter of the YearPitcher of the YearNewcomer of the Year
2039Huntsville PhantomsLuis GonzálezJuan NictoHotha Popo/Diesel Dave
2040Chicago Black SoxTommy CochranJuan NictoBrian Smith
Minor League Team Awards
YearTeamLeagueHitter of the YearPitcher of the Year
2040MonclovaRookiePablo MontalvanFelipe Mendez
2040San Pedro de MacorisShort APaul KempToyoharu Kodo
2040Grand JunctionAHao HangFrancisco Salgado
2040BeloitAAWally PooleJosé López
2040CarolinaAAAAarnoud BuddingGilberto Sosa
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Beautiful Black Sox Park opened to the public on April 1, 2040 as it hosted its first-ever Opening Day, a game against the California Crusaders. That first, along with many others, are captured here as the Black Sox write their new history in Chicago. Welcome and enjoy!

First game: Sox vs. the California Crusaders, April 1, 2040. Attendance: 34,940

Largest Paid Attendance: 34,955 on Wednesday, 04/04/40 vs. Louisville

First Sox win: 5-3 victory over the California Crusaders, April 1, 2040.

First Walk-Off Win: 4-3 victory over the San Fernando Bears, 05/03/40. Sox 3B Luis González hit a 2-run single in the bottom of the 9th off San Fernando RP Miroslav Tomanek for the win.

First Extra Inning Game: Sox vs. the Madison Wolves, June 22, 2040, 10 innings, 10-9 loss. RP Pavel Bure, Jr., takes the loss.

First Extra Inning Sox Win: Sox vs. the Madison Wolves, June 23, 2040, 12 innings, 4-3 win. Catcher Diesel Dave hit a walk-off double, scoring DH Raúl Gasco from first. Sox RP Raúl Jaramillo got the win, Madison RP Victorio Contreras took the loss.

Longest Game: 14 innings, July 22, 2040, vs. Nashville Bluebirds. Sox won 5-4 on a walk-off solo homer by RF Manny Cleide.

First hit: Po-sin Shi, CF for the California Crusaders, on 04-01-40. A double in the top of the third inning off Chicago SP Juan Nicto.

First Sox hit: Santiago Morales, SS, on 04-01-40, in the bottom of the third inning off California Crusaders SP Miguel Ramos.

First Double: Po-sin Shi, CF for the California Crusaders, on 04-01-40. A double in the top of the third inning off Chicago SP Juan Nicto.

First Sox Double: Jim Lorenzen, CF, on 04-01-40, in the bottom of the 8th inning against California Crusaders RP Marco Vitalle.

First Triple: Luis González, 3B for the Sox, on 04/04/40 in the bottom of the third inning off Louisville Sluggers SP Mei-shan Ngui.

First Home Run: Júlio Medina, LF for the California Crusaders, hit a solo homer on 04/02/40 in the bottom of the second inning off Sox SP Amayas Moelling. California won the game 4-1.

First Sox Home Run: Hotha Popo, Sox catcher, hit a solo shot on 04/04/40 off Louisville Sluggers SP Mei-shan Ngui. Louisville won the game 6-5.

First Grand Slam: Mark Simpson, Sox first baseman, on 05/02/40, in the bottom of the third inning of Chicago’s 6-2 win over the San Fernando Bears. The homer came off San Fernando SP Jon Reed.

First Run Scored: Claudio Defazio, 2B for the California Crusaders, on 04-01-40. Scored on a double by teammate Po-sin Shi in the top of the third inning.

First Sox Run Scored: Luis González, Sox 3B, on 04/01/40 in the bottom of the 6th inning of Chicago’s 5-3 win over the California Crusaders. González scored on a single by 1B Mark Simpson.

First RBI: Po-sin Shi, CF for the California Crusaders, hit a run-scoring double in the top of the 3rd inning of Chicago’s 5-3 win on 04/01/40. Shi drove in Claudio Defazio, California 2B, with the hit off Sox SP Juan Nicto.

First Sox RBI: Mark Simpson, Chicago 1B, hit a run-scoring single in the bottom of the 6th of Chicago’s 5-3 win over the California Crusaders on 04/01/40. The hit came off California SP Miguel Ramos.

First Walk: Hotha Popo, Sox Catcher, on 4/1/40 vs California SP Miguel Ramos in the bottom of the second inning.

First SB: Claudio Defazio, 2B for the California Crusaders, in the top of the 3rd inning of Chicago’s 5-3 win on 04/01/40. Defazio walked to get on base, stole second, and later scored on a double by California CF Po-sin Shi.

First Sox SB: Manny Cleide, Sox RF, in the bottom of the 6th of Chicago’s 6-5 loss to Louisville on 04/04/40. Cleide got on base via a fielder’s choice. He was stranded at 2B.

First Double Play Turned By Sox: In the top of the 4th inning of Chicago’s 5-3 win over the California Crusaders on 04/01/40. California 2B Claudio Defazio grounded into a 6-4-3 double play: Santiago Morales to Rocky Wattson to Mark Simpson.

First Triple Play: None yet.

First Pitching Strikeout: Sox Starter Juan Nicto struck out California Crusaders RF David Simpson on 5 pitches in the top of the 1st inning of Chicago’s 5-3 win on 04/01/40.

First Pitching Walk: Juan Nicto, Sox SP, in the top of the 3rd inning of Chicago’s 5-3 win over the California Crusaders on 04/01/40. Nicto walked 2B Claudio Defazio on 6 pitches.

First Sox Pitching Win: Juan Alfonzo, Sox RP, on 04/01/40 in relief of SP Juan Nicto in Chicago’s 5-3 victory over the California Crusaders. He threw 2.1 innings, allowed 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 walks while striking out 4.

First Sox Pitching Loss: Amayas Moelling, Sox SP, on 04/02/40 in a 4-1 loss to the California Crusaders. He threw 7.1 innings, allowing 7 hits, 3 runs, 3 earned runs, and 1 walk while striking out 6.

First Sox Save: Luis 'Viper' Gonzáles, Sox RP, on 04/01/40 to preserve Chicago’s 5-3 win over the California Crusaders. He threw 1.0 innings and struck out the side.

First No-Hitter: Amayas Moelling, Sox SP, on 08/11/40 vs. the Omaha Hawks. Moelling went 9 innings, allowing 0 hits, 0 runs and 1 walk. The Sox won the game 10-0.
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Re: Chicago Black Sox Hall of Honor and Museum

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Re: Chicago Black Sox Hall of Honor and Museum

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Re: Chicago Black Sox Hall of Honor and Museum

Post by 7teen » Wed Dec 11, 2019 8:36 am

Show off!!

haha Nicely done!!
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Re: Chicago Black Sox Hall of Honor and Museum

Post by HoosierVic » Wed Dec 11, 2019 9:22 am

7teen wrote:
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Show off!!

haha Nicely done!!
I stole your excellent ideas of:

Ballpark firsts
Putting the team awards in the museum

I might also steal your "rivals" chart. That's a cool idea, as well.

These things are just fun to mess with!

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