38 days to Opening Day, White Sox fans!
The underrated Wayne Edwards had an amazing and economical 38-pitch performance for the Sox on May 4, 1990.
In relief of Jerry Kutzler, the left-hander fired four shutout innings and gave up two hits with two strikeouts in the Sox 5-4 win in 11 innings at Kansas City.
Throwing an amazing 32 strikes (84 percent), Edwards gave up singles to Jim Eisenreich and Gerald Perry and fanned George Brett and Pat Tabler.
Edwards threw no more than four pitches to each of the 13 men he faced. He got three batters on the first pitch and three batters on the second pitch.