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- Giants give up 6 homers, get crushed by White Sox
By John Shea - Sunday Sep 10, 2017
CHICAGO - The perfect scenario was for Jeff Samardzija to resume his dominance on the mound and enjoy his homecoming on Chicago’s south side. That lasted all of two batters. Jose Abreu homered two outs into the first inning, and it proved to be a preview of chaos to come for the neck-turning Giants, who turned and watched a whopping six home runs leave the yard in a 13-1 beatdown by the White Sox. Samardzija gave up four, matching a career high, and Josh Osich gave up the other two. It tied the team record for most homers surrendered in a game, the data dating to 1913. In 2015, Samardzija pitched for the White Sox and gave up 29 home runs, which led the American League.
- ‘Great Comet’ in 360: Goodbye, My Gypsy Lovers
Sunday Sep 3, 2017
“Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812” closes on Broadway today. In 360, here is an onstage perspective of “Balaga,” one of the most rousing numbers in the show.