|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» May 5, 1954: The Senators Roy Sievers draws a bases-loaded walk to beat the White Sox 1–0. Bob Porterfield, who tossed nine shutouts last year, beats Bob Keegan. |
» August 20, 1957: Using a new slow delivery, 35-year-old Bob Keegan of the White Sox pitches a 6-0 no-hitter over Washington, walking just 2. Chuck Stobbs loses his 16th game en route to a league-leading 20 losses. The Sox lose the first game 5-4, but pick up a half game on New York.