This Date in White Sox History – May 25

May 25, 2010

1927 – The White Sox scored three runs or more in four different innings on their way to a 14-5 clubbing of the St. Louis Browns.

 

1938 – Mike Kreevich drove in three runs as the White Sox topped the Athletics 7-4.

 

1957 – A second-inning single was the only hit Dick Donovan allowed in his complete game shutout as the White Sox beat the Indians 4-0.

 

1976 – Goose Gossage picked up his third win of the year as the White Sox topped the Angels 7-1.

 

1987 – Jerry Hairston drove in three runs and the White Sox collected 12 hits in 8-5 over Texas.

 

1994 – Frank Thomas clubbed two homers and collected five RBI while Alex Fernandez gave up just one run over eight innings as the White Sox thumped the Twins 12-1.

 

2005 – Paul Konerko’s three-run homer in the first was all the offense the White Sox would need in a 4-2 over the Angels.

 

2008 – Carlos Quentin broke a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the ninth inning with a dramatic walk-off solo homer off John Lackey to beat the Angels.

 

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