Ed Walsh was an outstanding right-handed pitch-er for the Chicago White Sox from 1904-1916. He won 40 games in 1908 and had two victories in the 1906 World Series. He pitched and won both games of a double-header against Boston on Sept. 29, 1908, allowing only one run. One of the early spitball pitchers, he averaged 25 wins a season over a six-year period for the White Sox and twice pitched over 400 innings in a season. His 464 innings in 1908 set a post-1900 record. His lifetime 1.82 ERA is also a record. He finished his major league career with Boston in 1917. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 1946.