The White Sox and Mariners played a bizarre, wonderful game yesterday. Through 13 innings? Scoreless. Then the White Sox scored five runs in the top of the 14th -- plenty to win, right? Wrong. Seattle scored once and had the bases loaded with two outs when Kyle Seager stepped to the plate. We could only find this shaky audio/video of the Hawk Harrelson White Sox call (or 40 seconds of silent non-call, if you prefer), but it is worth it:


The only downside is the White Sox ended up winning in 16 innings anyway, preventing a full-on Hawk meltdown again. But we'll always have the 14th inning.

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