By Joe Haakenson, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
MAY 10, 2002
GAME 34 - WHITE SOX AT ANGELS
ANAHEIM -- Now the Chicago White Sox know how the Cleveland Indians must have felt.
It was 11 days ago that the Angels routed the Indians, 21-2, in the type of game that seems to come around only once a season, if that.
But the Angels did it again Friday, knocking the White Sox silly with a 19-0 victory before 36,715 at Edison Field. Like the game in Cleveland, the Angels did everything right. The 19 runs were the most scored by the Angels at home in franchise history.
They had a season-high 24 hits, including home runs by Garret Anderson, Brad Fullmer, Julio Ramirez and two by Adam Kennedy. The five homers in a game were the most since they hit five on May 14, 2000 against the Rangers. The 24 hits were two short of the club record.
Kennedy and even Tim Salmon had four hits each, while two other players -- Anderson and Fullmer -- had three hits apiece.
They got a solid pit...