White Sox 15, Indians 10

April 1, Cleveland, Ohio. It was Opening Day for the free-spending White Sox and it was, as he said, "pretty special" for $56-million man <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000010025" title="Adam Dunn" href="/topic/sports/baseball/adam-dunn-PESPT000010025.topic">Adam Dunn</a>. He homered, doubled and drove in four runs in a 15-10 victory over the Indians. It made for a great story and a grand feeling of optimism as the jokes flew about being the first team to go 162-0. Who knew at the time it was a cruel April's Fool joke?
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( Jared Wickerham, Getty Images / April 1, 2011 )

April 1, Cleveland, Ohio. It was Opening Day for the free-spending White Sox and it was, as he said, "pretty special" for $56-million man Adam Dunn. He homered, doubled and drove in four runs in a 15-10 victory over the Indians. It made for a great story and a grand feeling of optimism as the jokes flew about being the first team to go 162-0. Who knew at the time it was a cruel April's Fool joke?

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