1991 Chicago White Sox
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Record: 87-75, Finished 2nd in AL Western Division (1991 AL)
Managed by Jeff Torborg
Coaches: Terry Bevington, Sammy Ellis, Barry Foote, Walt Hriniak, Dave LaRoche and Joe Nossek
History, Comments, Contributions
The 1991 Chicago White Sox sported new uniforms and had a new home. They lost 16-0 to the Detroit Tigers in their first game at new Comiskey Park (today known as U.S. Cellular Field), but the club went on to repeat their second place finish of 1990.
On August 11th, pitcher Wilson Alvarez threw a no-hitter in his Sox debut.
Following the season, manager Jeff Torborg resigned to go to the New York Mets. He was replaced by Pittsburgh Pirates coach Gene Lamont, a protégé of Jim Leyland.
1991 Opening Day Lineup
Tim Raines, dh
Lance Johnson, cf
Robin Ventura, 3b
Frank Thomas, 1b
Carlton Fisk, c
Cory Snyder, lf
Sammy Sosa, rf
Ozzie Guillen, ss
Scott Fletcher, 2b
Awards and Honors
- All-Stars: Carlton Fisk, Ozzie Guillen and Jack McDowell
- Gold Glove: Robin Ventura (3B)
- Silver Slugger Award: Frank Thomas (DH)
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