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Dodgers-White Sox: Chicago Plays Long Ball, Downs LA, 10-7

The Chicago White Sox (34-37) looked like they were playing on a little league field on Wednesday night, hitting six home runs in the first five innings against the Los Angeles Dodgers (47-25).

The Sox slugged their way to victory in a game when all 10 of their runs came via the long ball. Their six home runs were the second most in franchise history; Chicago did it last on Jun. 8, 2004. 

Dodgers starter Randy Wolf (3-3) labored through three-and-a-third innings and gave up three of the six long balls. He allowed five runs on seven hits.

Alexei Ramirez got the home run derby started in the first inning when he turned around a high fastball and gave the Sox a 1-0 ...

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