Mariners, White Sox Cap Statistically Odd Sunday

With a 5-2 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday, the Chicago White Sox capped an odd day for Major League Baseball. All seven American League games finished with a team scoring five runs, the first time in 17 years that's happened on a day with a full slate of games.

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KOMO TV explains the quirk.

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In a statistical oddity, all seven American League games Sunday included a team that scored exactly five runs. The White Sox made it a clean sweep, breaking loose in the 10th inning to beat Seattle 5-2.

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