It was almost like the Red Sox decided to let the White Sox have all the fun on 'Hawk Day' in Chicago. An 8-0 drubbing by the White Sox and giving them a series split 2-2.

Before the game, longtime White Sox broadcaster Ken Harrelson was honored. He is retiring after 33 years at the end of the season. He is a former Red Sox outfielder.

Boston starter Brian Johnson had nothing, giving up four runs on seven hits and a walk in 1.1 innings of work.

Manager Alex Cora decided it was Pawtucket Red Sox day from that point forward. The pitching list included Bobby Poyner, William Cuevas, Robbie Scott and Hector Velazquez. None of them pitched very well.

But the Sox offense was no better, just five hits all day. They got nothing off 15 game loser James Shields.

The best thing about Sunday's game - the Yankees lost to Detroit.

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