ON THIS DAY IN WHITE SOX HISTORY
May 9, 1984– Tom Paciorek will enter the game in the 4th inning as a substitute and will proceed to establish a new Major League record when he will get nine at bats before the game comes to an end, resulting in becoming the first player to have that many at bats in a single game when they had not even been a starter in that game. ⭐️By the way, it was also the longest game by time in MLB history at 8 hours and 6 minutes in a White Sox 7-6 win over the Brewers when Harold Baines hit a walk-off home run in the 25th inning against the Milwaukee Brewers

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