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Minnie Miñoso

Stories about Minnie Miñoso

Today in White Sox History: June 10

What if you held a Day for a player — and he didn’t even get to play in the game?

Today in White Sox History: May 1

A bevy of hurling and slugging feats!

Today in White Sox History: April 30

It’s a centennial for a rare White Sox feat!

Today in White Sox History: April 23

One win, 29 runs, and nine positions.

Today in White Sox History: April 19

Debuts, of all kinds.

How Blackness impacts baseball

April 15 marks the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s historic debut — but there is still work to be done.

Today in White Sox History: March 1

Goodbye, Minnie.

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The Cuban Comet Is Finally Set in the Heavens

Breaking T heralds the Hall arrival of Mr. White Sox.

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South Side Sox Podcast 77 — Minnie’s In! and Other Hall of Fame Observations

Adrian Serrano and Joe Resis join Brett Ballantini to discuss the Cuban Comet’s long-delayed invitation to Cooperstown, and more on the Veterans’ ballots.

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Miñoso and Others Deserved Better

With so many players receiving the call to the Hall after they’re gone, it’s time to honor more legends before it’s too late.

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Minnie Makes the Hall!

Dick Allen again falls a single short; Jim Kaat, Tony Oliva and Gil Hodges mark a full class elected from the Golden Days Era ballot.

Flashback: March 13, 1960

Bill Veeck’s second innovation — a uniform wrinkle — made an impact on baseball that is still largely unknown to fans