Game: 1906 World Series, Game 6
The Chicago Cubs had a record 116 wins and were the overwhelming favorites in the Cross-Town 1906 World Series. The Sox, on the other hand, had the worst team batting average in the American League. The "Hitless Wonders" as they were dubbed, picked a perfect time to get hot. In the Series-clinching Game 6 they dotted Cubs starter Mordecai Brown for seven runs in the first two innings, ultimately winning the game 8-3.