The Sox were favored by many to make the playoffs in 1973 , but those hopes were dashed due in large measure to the fractured fibula that Allen suffered in June. (He tried to return five weeks after injuring the leg in a collision with Mike Epstein of the A's , but the pain ended his season after just one game in which he batted 3-for-5.) In 1974, despite his making the AL All-Star team in each of the three years with the Sox, Allen's stay in Chicago ended in controversy when he left the team on September 14 with two weeks left in the season . In his autobiography , Allen blamed his feud with third-baseman Ron Santo , who was playing a final, undistinguished season with the White Sox after leaving the crosstown Chicago Cubs . 
man was arraigned Tuesday on charges he raped a 12-year-old girl.
Stuart W. Weidow III, 22, of Apollo Circle, is charged with rape of a child, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child and indecent assault for having sex with the 12-year-old girl between June and October of 2010.
He was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Donald Whittaker.
According to the police criminal complaint, the father of the 12-year-old girl reported to police that friends told him that Weidow had sex with his daughter, which she denied.
The girl's father said he installed an infrared camera in a bag within the bedroom closet and left the residence in an attempt to catch them in the act. He told police when he entered the residence, he saw Weidow run across the hallway from his daughter's bedroom and into the bathroom. He said he confronted the two of them to find out what was going on and both denied doing anything.
After an altercation with Weidow, he left and the girl's father viewed the surveillance tape, which showed Weidow and the girl having sex. The girl told police she was secretly "dating" Weidow.
Weidow was jailed in Luzerne County Correctional Facility in lieu of $100,000 bail. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 7 at 11 . before Whittaker.
Injuries to Schmidt's rotator cuff caused him to miss the last month and a half of the 1988 season. He returned healthy for the 1989 season, however, after a poor start, Schmidt suddenly chose to announce his retirement in San Diego , on May 29. Although he typically demonstrated little emotion on the field (and was known as "Captain Cool" by many in Philadelphia sports circles), Schmidt surprised many with an emotional, and occasionally tearful, retirement speech. His last game was May 28, 1989, against the San Francisco Giants .