Top 5 All-Time Chicago White Sox Moments
#3 – Mark Buehrle’s No-Hitter Against Texas Rangers in 2007
One of the greatest moments in White Sox history saw fans losing their minds over a southpaw ace who threw no harder than 85 miles an hour. Mark Buerhle displayed one of the greatest pitching performances in Chicago White Sox and baseball history, as he shutdown the Texas Rangers stout line-up for 27 outs. Joe Crede finished it off right as the third baseman fielded a slow roller and fired over to Paul Konerko for the final out of the game on April 18, 2007.