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Terry Forster from the Chronology
Jun 11, 1976 - Leading 4-3 in the last of the 11th White Sox reliever Terry Forster gives up a 2-run pinch homer to Cleveland player-manager Frank Robinson as the Tribe wins 5-4. This is a turning point for the Sox as they will go 37-75 for the rest of season and finish last.
Oct 3, 1972 - After hitting a pinch RBI single in the 9th to beat the Twins 5-4 White Sox reliever Terry Forster steals 2B. Forster later described by David Letterman as "a fat tub of goo" is the last AL pitcher before interleague play to steal a base. Forster finished the year at .526 (10 for 19) and will finish his 16-year career with a .397 lifetime average.