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Yankees Rout White Sox Behind 8-Run Inning, David Huff’s Strong Outing

class="ui-droppable">The New York Yankees washed the fledgling Chicago White Sox out of a rain-soaked Bronx on Labor Day, 9-1. After a one-hour, 53-minute delay at Yankee Stadium on Monday, the Bombers' flood gates opened in an eight-run, seven-hit fourth inning.

The rout came behind the pitching strength of David Huff, who relieved Phil Hughes in the second inning with one out once the delay had ended. He went 5.2 innings—the longest relief outing of the lefty's career—and surrendered just one earned run on five hits en route to picking up the victory. It was also just the third time this season that Huff had gone at least 3.0 innings.

The offensive barrage began with the Yankees leading 1-0 entering the bottom of the fourth. They ...

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