Atlantic City Press - March 22, 1980

Phillies Overpower White Sox 11-7


SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) – Mike Anderson drove in two runs in a two-out, eighth-inning rally that produced five runs and led the Philadelphia Phillies to an 11-7 exhibition victory Friday over the Chicago White Sox.


Bake McBride, Luis Aguayo and Garry Maddox each had one RBI in the rally. 


It was the second big inning of the game. The Phillies also scored four times in the fourth, once on Keith Moreland's home run off Steve Trout. 


Rookie Harold Baines smacked a 410-foot home run for the White Sox, who outhit the Phillies 15-13. Lamar Johnson and Fred Frazier each had three hits for Chicago.


The game-winning assault came against Ed Farmer after two were out in the eighth. It began with an infield hit by John Vukovich and concluded with Anderson's two-run single. 


Farmer took the loss, while Kevin Saucier gained the victory.