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Luis Robert's 448-foot homer headlines a 17-hit Chicago White Sox attack in an 11-4 win vs. the Los Angeles Angels

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

It was the definition of a no-doubter.
Chicago White Sox center fielder Luis Robert crushed Oliver Ortega's fifth-inning fastball, sending it 448 feet for a two-run home run.
The blast gave the Sox the lead on the way to an 11-4 victory over the Los Angeles Angels in front of 23,979 at Angel Stadium.
“It wasn't as important for the distance, it was important because of the moment of the game,” Robert said through an interpreter.
The Sox scored five runs in the fifth and five more in the seventh. They finished with 17 hits, three by Robert.
He hit the second two-run homer in the fifth after...
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