|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» April 25, 1909: Great Scott! White Sox rookie Jim Scott debuts with a 1-0 win over the Browns. |
» May 14, 1914: The White Sox's Jim Scott pitches a no-hitter for nine innings, then loses to Washington 1–0 in the 10th. The first hit is by Chick Gandil, who scores on Howard Shanks' single. It is the first of a record three no-hitters that White Sox rookie C Ray Schalk will catch in his 17 years with the team.
» May 28, 1916: It's shutout day in the AL: Carl Mays submarines the Yankees, 3–0, for the visiting Red Sox., and the White Sox take two from the Indians, both by 2–0 scores. The winning pitchers are Jim Scott and Red Faber.
» September 11, 1917: White Sox pitcher James Scott is admitted to the reserve officer's training camp at the Presidio in San Francisco. Death Valley Jim was 6–7 this year, his final season.