Watch: White Sox Hit 4 Home Runs In A Row

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(670 The Score) A day after the top of the White Sox's batting order struggled mightily as the team was swept by the Cardinals in a doubleheader, the group responded in a big way.

The White Sox hit four consecutive homers in the bottom of the fifth against the Cardinals to open up a 7-0 lead at Guaranteed Rate Field. Yoan Moncada, Yasmani Grandal, Jose Abreu and Eloy Jimenez hit the back-to-back-to-back-to-back homers off Cardinals right-hander Roel Ramirez, who was making his MLB debut.

The four consecutive homers tied an MLB record and marked the 10th time it had happened in the game's history, according to the NBC Sports Chicago broadcast.

You can watch it below.

Boy, that escalated quickly. pic.twitter.com/8Z7tUerwbc

— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) August 16, 2020

The last time the White Sox had hit four homers in a row was Aug. 14, 2008, according to NBC Sports Chicago. Back then, Jim Thome, Paul Konerko, Alexei Ramirez and Juan Uribe did it.