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List Of Defunct Georgia Sports Teams - Baseball - Minor Leagues - Southern League
... Savannah White Sox (1962), became Lynchburg White Sox (1963–1965), Evansville White Sox (1966–1968), Columbus White Sox (1969), Columbus Astros (197 ...
Louisville White Sox
... The Louisville White Sox were a baseball team in the Negro National League in 1931, based in Louisville, Kentucky ... Hughes and Felton Snow played for the White Sox in 1931 ...
Aaron Robinson - Major League Career
... decided to trade Robinson along with Fred Bradley and Bill Wight to the Chicago White Sox for Eddie Lopat in February of that year ... He played in 98 games for the White Sox, but his offensive statistics continued to decline, hitting for a.252 batting average ... After only one season with the White Sox, Robinson was traded to the Detroit Tigers for Billy Pierce in November 1948 ...
Lars Anderson (baseball) - Major Leagues
... Anderson made his major league debut with Red Sox on September 6, 2010 ... league game on October 2, 2010, designated "Mike Lowell Day" by the Red Sox ... The Red Sox traded Anderson to the Cleveland Indians for Steven Wright on July 31, 2012 ...
Lorenzo Barceló - Career - Chicago White Sox
... On July 31, 1997 he was traded to the Chicago White Sox (along with Mike Caruso, Keith Foulke, Bob Howry, Ken Vining and Brian Manning) in exchange for Wilson Ál ... This trade became known as the White Flag Trade ... He made his Major League debut for the White Sox on July 22, 2000 against the Boston Red Sox, allowing 2 runs in 2.3 innings ...

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