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[VIDEO] May 16, 1964 | White Sox @ Senators Highlights

May 16, 1964 - Bennie Daniels backed up his pitching with a two-run homer and profited by some wild Chicago baserunning today as the Washington Senators defeated the White Sox, 3-1. The White Sox had the bases filled with two out and Ron Hansen at bat in the top of the eighth when Ron Kline went in to relieve Daniels. Tom McCraw attempted to steal home on the second pitch to Hansen and was easily thrown out, Kline to Mike Brumley. Earlier in the inning, pinch hitter Minnie Minoso singled and attempted to go to third on Mike Hershberger’s single to center but was thrown out, Don Lock to Don Zimmer. Daniels hit a homer off Eddie Fisher, working in relief of the loser, Ray Herbert, in the sixth inning. John Kennedy had singled before Daniels’ homer. Lock’s homer gave the Senators a 1-0 lead in the fourth. It was one of 10 hits off Herbert in five innings.

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