Baseball: White Sox revive World Series hopes

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The Independent Online
The Chicago White Sox began to claw their way back into the American League play-offs with a 6-1 victory in Toronto that cut the Blue Jays' lead in the series to 2-1. History suggests they have a long haul to reach the World Series - no team has won a play-off series after losing he first two games at home. The White Sox changed their line-up, inserting Bo Jackson as the designated hitter and restoring Frank Thomas at first base, and it was Thomas who was credited with an RBI single to set them on their way. By the time the third inning was over, so was the game. The White Sox led 5-1.

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