Found August 11, 2012 on Baseball Prospectus:
It's a beautiful Saturday morning so let's get right to the trots! Home Run of the Day: Jordan Danks, Chicago White Sox - 21.82 seconds [video] I'm not sure there's anything more memorable than hitting your first major league home run as a walkoff blast. It's only too bad that Danks will have to listen to Hawk Harrelson's call every time he wants to watch the home run for the rest of his life (and this was Hawk Harrelson dialed up to 11). Also hitting his first career home run was Baltimore uber-prospect Manny Machado. In fact, Machado hit his first and second career home runs on Friday in only his second career game. The trots were a ridiculously consistent 20.03 and 20.07 seconds. Slowest Trot: Carlos Beltran, St. Louis Cardinals - 25.49 seconds [video] Beltran beats out Los Angeles' Juan Rivera for the slowest trot of the night on Friday. Considering Rivera's typical trots, that's quite a feat. Thursday's slowest trot went to Billy ...

White Sox 4, Athletics 3

Jordan Danks hit his first major league homer in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Chicago White Sox overcame a three-run deficit to beat the Oakland Athletics 4-3 on Friday night. With two outs in the ninth, Danks sent the first pitch he saw from Pat Neshek (1-1) deep into the right-field seats for a solo shot. Brett Myers (1-1) pitched a scoreless inning to help the AL Central...

Chicago White Sox: Jordan Danks’ walk-off magic

To say that the Chicago White Sox depend on the long ball for victories is an understatement. This hit-or-miss strategy paid off Friday night as the White Sox hit four solo home runs to defeat the Oakland Athletics 4-3. With Gavin Floyd on the mound, the Athletics jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the second inning. In recent Floyd fashion, he settled down after this early deficit...
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