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Chicago White Sox Roster - Franchise History - 2005: "Win or Die Trying" - 2005 ALCS
... The Angels won Game 1, 3–2, The White Sox only post-season loss ... In Game 2 on October 12, the teams were involved in one of the most controversial endings in baseball playoff history ... Overshadowed by that play was the 1-run, 5-hit complete game pitched by Mark Buehrle ...
Sheldon Jones
... In 1948, Jones appeared in 55 games played (fourth that season among National League pitchers), 21 as a starter and 34 in relief, worked in 201⅓ innings ... The following year, 1949, Jones was mostly a starter (27 of his 42 games) ... in 207⅓ innings, won 15, lost 12, and had 11 complete games ...
Byron Mc Laughlin - Professional Career - Seattle Mariners
... At the time, the Mariners did not have a complete minor league organization ... In that game, which also marked his first MLB start, McLaughlin gave up three runs (all earned) and struck out 10 in six innings pitched ... time, he went 5–2 with a 3.50 ERA, and 52 strikeouts in eight games, all starts ...
Pete Conway - Baseball Player - Buffalo Bisons
... He pitched a six-hit complete game victory in his debut against the his hometown team, the Philadelphia Phillies ... on third base." One day after his Major League debut, Conway pitched his second complete game victory, this time against St ... allowed only four hits up to the eighth inning in the game ...
Chess Endgame Literature - Annotated Bibliography - Endgames By Specific Players
... Capablanca's Best Chess Endings 60 Complete Games, by Irving Chernev, 1978, Dover ... Complete games with good endgame lessons ... Endings plus some complete games that illustrate endgames ...

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