On September 9, 1989 — At Anaheim Stadium, California’s Devon White steals four bases including second base, third base, and home in the same inning off the battery off Rich Gedman and Joe Price during the Angels’ 8 – 5 win over Boston. The Angels score three in the 8th to break a tie.

The eighth inning was a strange one –
Rob Murphy came in to pitch for Boston Max Venable singled to right and then on a bunt Claudell Washington hit
into a double play on a bunt attemp. Then White singled to left and stole second, Chili Davis was walked
intentionally and Wally Joyner’s infield singled to shortstop loaded the bases Mark McLemore then singled to right White scored, Davis
scored, Joyner scored on an error by Carlos Quintana.

The Angels win improves there record to 81-61 while the Red Sox fall to 70-72.
 


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