This Day in White Sox History: A whole lotta offense

This Day in White Sox History: A whole lotta offense
White Sox third baseman Eric Soderholm. (Bleacher Report)

August 9, 1977 - In a game at Comiskey Park, the Sox crushed Seattle 13-3. In the game the ‘South Side Hit Men’ clouted six home runs including two by third baseman Eric Soderholm.

August 9, 2000 - The Sox had one of their highest scoring games in history as they buried the Mariners 19-3 at Comiskey Park. Pitcher Mike Sirotka was the recipient of the onslaught and got the easy win. Frank Thomas went 3 for 4 on the night with two home runs and five RBI’s.

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