Sale takes blame; White Sox's deficit at 2
CHICAGO – Left-hander Chris Sale carried the White Sox’s postseason hopes on his shoulders when he took the mound Saturday.
By the time he exited the game, the Sox were sailing out of playoff contention. In what amounted to a must-win game, the offense no-showed and Sale couldn’t pitch out of the fourth inning in a demoralizing 10-4 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays.
“We stunk,” manager Robin Ventura said. “ … It’s pretty simple. We did [stink]. We didn’t hit.”
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