Blunders kill off the Champions' chances
August 18, 1916 ...
The White Sox clobbered the Red Sox at Fenway Park by a score of 11 to 6. The Chicago boys jumped all over Dutch Leonard in the first inning for six runs and never looked back. Before they finished they added five more, taking the final game of the
series. A double and three singles, together with two passes by Vean Gregg, who relieved Leonard, accounted for the six runs. The White Sox bunched more hits off Ernie Shore in the last inning to put the game away.