Chicago White Sox Morning BP: Moving along to the end of the season


Sep 9, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia (26) misplays a foul ball hit by Oakland Athletics first baseman Nate Freiman (not pictured) for an error during the second inning at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Tuesday night’s 11-2 loss was just another “one of those nights” we’ve seen on many occasions this season, and with the Chicago White Sox all but out of playoff contention there isn’t much to get worked up over anymore.

Besides seeing five errors which was a bit unnerving, the nine-run loss if proof the White Sox really need to make some changes this offseason. It isn’t just about the White Sox making changes, but they need to make the right changes.

We’ll just have to wait and see.

Like I wrote on Monday, all we really have left for the White Sox is seeing if they can play the role of spoilers when they play teams who are in contention of the postseason as the year winds down.

What are your thoughts on the White Sox as the season winds down?

In other White Sox news:

• The White Sox lost on Tuesday to the A’s and wrote about it.

• The Chicago Sun-Times wrote about how wins are eluding John Danks.

Ken Harrelson had a nice moment with a White Sox father/son fan duo on Tuesday as posted in this CSN Chicago article.

• The Chicago Tribune wrote about how Marcus Semien is “moving on” after a bad game of defense. He had three in the game.

• Here is what the Daily Herald wrote on Dayan Viciedo on Tuesday.

• At SS we asked on Tuesday “Can the White Sox have 3 players over .300?”

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