1917 World Series champion who played his entire 20-year career with the Chicago White Sox.
He hurt his arm before reaching the major leagues, forcing him to start using a spitball to help lengthen his career.
He was the winning pitcher in the deciding game of the 1917 World Series.
His first wife, Margaret, died in 1944, and he married his second wife Frances in 1947.
He finished second in the American League with 24 wins behind fellow Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson in 1915.