Jack Lamabe tends to be fat. His round, red face resting on a 205-pound frame earned him the nickname "Tomatoes" when he was with the Boston Red Sox, and his eating habits made him the target for unkind remarks. Former Red Sox Pitching Coach Harry Dorish claimed that Lamabe was the only man who could pitch in 90� weather and still gain weight. Dick Radatz had a saying about Jack's feats with knife and fork: "Tomatoes, Tomatoes, I know your fate...." His fate was demotion to the minors ("I haven't been of any help," he told Manager Billy Herman), but from Toronto he climbed back up to Houston and then was traded to the White Sox. Mired in the bullpen (only 15? innings pitched all season) and struggling (5.40 ERA), he pitched 3? innings of relief against the Orioles on May 24 and gave up only two hits. This so impressed Manager Eddie Stanky that he gave Lamabe a chance to start. Through seven innings Tomatoes had a no-hit game, and when it was over he had a one-hit shutout, the first shutout he had ever pitched in the majors. Stanky put Jack in the starting rotation and four days later, in his next start, he pitched his second successive shutout, beating Washington 8-0 on three hits. Now Lamabe had a 3-1 record, a respectable 2.45 ERA and a problem. Another shutout or two and he might have to cancel the wedding he has planned for July 11. Why? Next day is the All-Star Game in St. Louis, and Lamabe just might have to be there.