Theodore Amar Lyons (December 28, 1900 - July 25, 1986) was one of the most consistent pitchers from 1923-1946 averaging more than twelve wins a year for 21 seasons. Despite Ted Lyons playing his entire career with the lowly Chicago White Sox, he compiled a record of 260-230 with 1,073 strikeouts and a 3.67 ERA. Due to an unusual scheduling glitch, in 1942 Lyons pitched virtually every Sunday gaining the name “Sunday Teddy” and going 14-6 with 20 complete games. His arsenal of pitches included a cut-fastball, knuckleball, curveball and changeup with expert control and command of them all. In August of 1926, Lyons utilized his pitches as he no-hit the Boston Red Sox on 1 hour and 7 minutes. Lyons was selected to the 1939 All-Star game. Theodore Amar Lyons was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1955.