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Sox tie a record; Quentin may have broken one

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sox4hr.jpgThe White Sox did some serious yardwork against the Royals today. (AP photo)

Big things happening on the South Side this afternoon as the White Sox downed those Royals from Kansas City, 9-2. Jim Thome, Paul Konerko, Alexei Ramirez and Juan Uribe all hit consecutive home runs in the sixth inning to tie a major-league record.

Carlos Quentin's body was hit with a pitch for the sixth straight game, sending stat nerds into a frenzied search through the record books to see if that's ever happened before.

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