The White Sox soundly defeated the Kansas City Royals on Sunday to take the rubber match. Let’s take a look at some of them.
The Chicago White Sox faced off against the St. Louis Cardinals for a quick two-game series against the Red Birds on the South Side of Chicago.
Yankees Destroy Red Sox, Win Series
The Yankees took the crucial rubber match against the Red Sox, scoring nine of their eleven runs off of homers. Catcher Kyle Higashioka launched his first career homer to go along with five other Yankees long balls. Aaron Hicks led the offense with three homers and four RBIs. Luis Severino pitched a gem, giving no runs and only two hits across 6 2/3 innings. Red Sox southpaw David Price, however, did not do so well, giving up eight runs (all earned) in 3 1/3 innings, as well as five of New York’s six home runs. Continue reading
In 1985, George Brett and the Kansas City Royals won the World Series against their in-state rivals, the St. Louis Cardinals. Continue reading
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