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An 11-run 2nd inning propels the Chicago White Sox to a 17-4 victory and series win vs. the Cincinnati Reds

Posted on AllSides May 7th, 2023
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It was an innocent start to a record-breaking inning for the Chicago White Sox. The Sox scored 11 runs in the second, hammering the Cincinnati Reds 17-4 in front of 20,338 at Great American Ball Park. The 11 runs set a team record for a second inning, topping the previous mark of 10 on July 28, 1935, against the St. Louis Browns. “I liked everything about it,” manager Pedro Grifol said of the inning. “(Reds pitcher Graham Ashcraft) is a really good starter, and we were able to shrink the...

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