Adam Eaton thought it was a nice throwback to the games of yesteryear early Tuesday night when the PA system at U.S. Cellular Field was inoperable.

Once the sounds returned, the White Sox offense entered throwback mode itself. Resembling a unit that was difficult to stop in April and early May, the White Sox came alive in an 8-2 thrashing of the San Francisco Giants.

Gordon Beckham and Dayan Viciedo both homered and John Danks delivered 6 1/3 sharp innings as the White Sox snapped a four-game losing streak.

“It was weird,” said Beckham, who tied the game in the third inning with a two-run homer shortly after the audio system returned. “I haven’t felt that in a long time, maybe since high school or something. But definitely a weird, eerie kind of thing. Glad the speakers turned on.

“You could tell when it came back on, everything was normal.”

The White Sox would love if their offense could reignite after a slow month.