This Day in White Sox History: Offense goes insane

This Day in White Sox History: Offense goes insane
White Sox legend Harold Baines.

July 5, 1987 - The Sox tied the franchise mark for the most lopsided win when they beat the Indians 17-0 at Cleveland. Kenny Williams and Harold Baines each drove in four RBIs in the slaughter with Ozzie Guillen and Greg Walker knocking in three each. Future Hall of Famer Phil Niekro was saddled with the loss.

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