June 6, 1967 @ Comiskey Park (n)
Tommie Agee struck out each of his earlier three at bats before delivering a two out single in the 7th inning leading the White Sox to a thrilling victory and defeating the Boston Red Sox, 5-3. Jim O'Toole started for Chicago before being lifted for a pinch hitter in the 3rd inning trailing 3-0. Chicago's comeback began in the 3rd inning with Ed Stroud's rbi single scoring J.C. Martin and a Ken Berry groundout plating Walt Williams.
Down 3-2 in the 4th, Wayne Causey chopped an infield rbi single to tie the game 3-3 setting the stage for Agee's clutch hit in the 7th. Pitchers John Buzhardt, Don McMahon, Hoyt Wilhelm and Wilbur Wood shutout the Red Sox the final 6 innings with Wilhelm (3-1) notching the win and Wood capturing his first save of the year. Darrell Brandon started and suffered the loss for Boston. 10,463 attendance saw Chicago's record improve to 27-18.
White Sox Tommie Agee Game Winning 2-Run Single 6/6/67
Chicago White Sox Ed Stroud Continues Hot Streak June 6th
Chisox Wayne Causey Delivers Clutch RBI Single June 6, 1967