Josh Donaldson caused a massive abandonment of White Sox fans

Josh Donaldson # 28 of the New York Yankees reacted to a dugout with teammates after his home run in the eighth inning against the Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field on May 12, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois.
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The New York Yankees beat the Chicago White Sox on Thursday, with a 15-7 score.

The Yankees’ offensive firepower was on display during the evening: at one point the game was tied 7-7.

The eighth inning, however, was extremely fruitful for the Bronx Bombers.

Aaron Jazz broke the tie with a two-run single and then Giancarlo Stanton scored two more runs with a single of his own.

Shortly after Stanton’s at-bat (a 116-mph single), Josh Donaldson hit a three-run homer, and at that point, the game was seemingly over.

At least a dozen White Sox fans thought Donaldson’s bat had made contact with the ball.

Donaldson sealed the deal with Homer

Uncomfortable Sports Moments Donaldson shows a clip of him celebrating with his teammates on his Twitter account and then many White Sox fans rush out of the stadium.

Hey, there’s still a ballgame going on!

We have seen teams come back from big deficits this season.

But they did not believe.

The account tweeted, “Everyone is leaving this White Sox game immediately”

It was an exit: there is no better word to describe it.

We realized that the chances of a return were slim, but it was still shocking to see the speed at which they left the park.

The judge will add another run to the top in the ninth inning with a ball fly to seal the score.

It must have been a night that White Sox players, coaches and fans would want to forget as soon as possible, because they had an ace, Dylan Siege, on the mound, and when he struck out 11 Yankees in four innings, he also allowed six runs.

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