White Sox lose control of AL Central lead
CHICAGO – Commence the scoreboard watching.
The White Sox have only themselves to blame after they handed away their division lead. With seven regular-season games remaining, Wednesday’s 6-4 loss to the Cleveland Indians was yet another devastating blow to their postseason hopes. This time it cost them possession of first place in the AL Central after Detroit’s win against Kansas City.
“This was a tough game out there tonight,” Paul Konerko said. “We didn’t deserve to win that game. This is the big leagues, and you’ve got to play all nine innings and you’ve got to play them well to get a win.”
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