• The 16 runs scored by the White Sox on Sunday mark the most on the road against the Rangers/Senators and their most on the road since May 25, 2009, when they scored 17 at the Angels.
• The date of April 21 marks the two-year anniversary of Philip Humber's perfect game. It was the 21st perfect game in Major League history, with Humber striking out nine in a 4-0 victory over Seattle. Humber's 96 pitches allowed him to join Mark Buehrle (2009) and Charlie Robertson (1922) as the only pitchers in franchise history to throw perfect games.
"That's still probably the greatest day of baseball I've been a part of," White Sox left-hander Chris Sale said.
• Marcus Semien became the first rookie in White Sox history to have a pair of four-hit games during the month of April, according to Elias Sports Bureau.
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