1989: The Royals collected seven singles in a five-run third inning, and cruised to a 6-3 win over the White Sox at Comiskey Park in Chicago.The White Sox actually grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first inning against Royals starter Charlie Leibrandt. With one out, Fred Manrique singled. Harold Baines doubled to drive in the first run, and one out later, Carlton Fisk singled to score Baines...
1998: Baltimore scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth for a comeback, walkoff 4-3 win over the Royals at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Jeff Montgomery surrendered a home run to Harold Baines leading off the ninth, cutting Kansas City’s lead to 3-1. One out later, Montgomery walked Cal Ripken. He retired B.J. Surhoff on a fly ball to left, but could not get the third out...
It figures someone would have to pay for the White Sox's awful season and the first one to fall was hitting coach Jeff Manto.
General manager Rick Hahn announced after Saturday's 6-5 victory over the Royals that Manto had been relieved of his duties. Harold Baines will handle Manto's duties in Sunday's season finale.
"The decision to relieve him of his duties...
Boston's David Ortiz has passed Harold Baines to become Major League Baseball's career leader in hits by a designated hitter.
Ortiz collected his 1,689th hit as a DH when he doubled to left-center field leading off the second inning Wednesday night against the Seattle Mariners. Ortiz received a loud ovation from the fans at Safeco Field when the milestone was shown on the...
With everyone in the lineup collecting at least one hit and five different players hitting home runs, Boston’s win in Seattle on Tuesday was the result of a complete team effort.
The game, however, was perhaps more notable for an individual achievement.
With his single to right in the eighth inning, David Ortiz tied Harold Baines for...
Chicago White Sox legends Carlton Fisk, Ron Kittle and Harold Baines will all race during home Sunday games, in sausage form.
A mix of weird and mundane at the Winter Meetings, from bats to Harold Baines to ball-washers.
The Chicago White Sox are shuffling their coaching staff, adding former closer Bobby Thigpen and Daryl Boston while giving Harold Baines a new role.
Thigpen, whose 57 saves for the White Sox in 1990 rank second in major league history, replaces the departed Juan Nieves as the bullpen coach after spending the spending the past four seasons as a pitching coach in the organization...
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November 27, 2012