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White Sox offense comes to life with 10-4 victory over Mariners

CHICAGO - Maybe it's a coincidence. Maybe not.

Hours after getting encouraging news about fallen teammate Danny Farquhar, the White Sox celebrated with a hit parade not seen since Opening Day.

They greeted Mariners right-hander Mike Leake like this: triple, single, single, single, single, single, double. They became the

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