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The White Sox Just Went Back-to-Back-to-Back-to-Back Against the Cardinals (That’s Four Straight Home Runs)

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I’m not one to root for the White Sox, but the Cubs are down at the moment, and looking at a tough week ahead against the Cardinals without a couple key members of their pitching staff, while their friends on the south side of Chicago are doing their part to keep a cushion in the NL Central. So for right now, in this moment … heck yeah, White Sox. Let’s go.

Here’s a look at the White Sox hitting FOUR consecutive home runs against the Cardinals.

https://twitter.com/MLB/status/1295086662742048769?s=20

You just love to see it.

Though I wish it wasn’t Eloy.

Those homers were 108.1 MPH (Yasmani Grandal), 112.2 MPH (Jose Abreu), 105.3 MPH (Yoan Moncada), and 101.5 MPH (Eloy Jimenez) off the bat. Jimenez also had a 110.5 MPH single in this one … yeesh. Altogether, they totaled 1,246 feet worth of home runs.



Author: Michael Cerami

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