LETUP 7 IN 1st, BUEHRLE GETS THE W

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White Sox starting pitcher Mark Buehrle allowed seven first inning runs (one earned), but amazingly still got the win. It was the first time that ever happened in the American League. And it was only the second time in MLB history, the last time was over 100 years ago. Chicago beat Minnesota 9-7 to hang on to 1st place in the AL Central. The Sox also turned a triple play in the ballgame.

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One Response to “LETUP 7 IN 1st, BUEHRLE GETS THE W”

  1. Tedd, the other stat I heard about the first inning was that it was seven runs-but only twenty nine pitches. That probably doesn’t happen very often.

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