Ballparks: White Sox Park · Attendance: 1,130,519 (3rd of 10)
Park Factors Over 100 favors batters, under 100 favors pitchers.
multi-year: Batting - 93, Pitching - 91 · one-year: Batting - 92, Pitching - 90
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Transactions listed are from November 1 of previous year to April 1 of the following year.
October 15, 1964
Traded Rudy May to the Philadelphia Phillies. Received a player to be named later and Bill Heath. The Philadelphia Phillies sent Joel Gibson (minors) (November 23, 1964) to the Chicago White Sox to complete the trade.
October 19, 1964
Released Don Mossi.
November 24, 1964
November 30, 1964
December 1, 1964
Signed Doug Adams as an amateur free agent.
Signed Al Fitzmorris as an amateur free agent.
Signed Gail Hopkins as an amateur free agent.
Signed Scott Northey as an amateur free agent.
Signed Jerry Nyman as an amateur free agent.
Released Ed Hobaugh.
January 20, 1965
As part of a 3-team trade, traded Cam Carreon to the Cleveland Indians and a player to be named later, Mike Hershberger and Jim Landis to the Kansas City Athletics. Received Tommie Agee, Tommy John and John Romano from the Cleveland Indians. In addition, the Kansas City Athletics sent Rocky Colavito to the Cleveland Indians. The Chicago White Sox sent Fred Talbot (February 10, 1965) to the Kansas City Athletics to complete the trade.
January 26, 1965
Signed Bill Fischer as a free agent.
April 7, 1965 (Standings)
June 8, 1965 (Standings)
July 8, 1965 (Standings)
August 23, 1965 (Standings)
October 19, 1965
Released Frank Lary.
December 1, 1965
Signed Don Eddy as an amateur free agent.
Signed Jose Ortiz as an amateur free agent.