|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» July 27, 1995:
The White Sox trade pitchers Jim Abbott and Tim Fortugno to the Angels in exchange for minor league OF McKay Christensen and pitchers Andrew Lorraine, Bill Simas and John Snyder.
» January 20, 1996: The White Sox sign free agent OF Tony Phillips to a 2-year contract and tomorrow pick up OF Danny Tartabull from the Athletics. The A's get P Andrew Lorraine and OF Charlie Poe in exchange.
» September 2, 2002: The Cubs beat the Brewers, 17–4, to salvage a split in their doubleheader after Milwaukee takes the opener by a score of 4–2 on solo homers by Ron Belliard (2), Eric Young and Jose Hernandez. Glendon Rusch wins his 8th straight over the Cubs. Chicago P Kerry Wood ties a major-league record in the second game by fanning four Brewers in the 4th inning. Wood also homers off Andrew Lorraine, one of five gophers he serves up. Another is Sammy Sosa's 494th homer, moving him ahead of Lou Gehrig on the all-time list.