Greenberg: White Sox deserve what they got in lopsided ALDS loss

So … how about the Chicago Sky? Candace Parker is home and she’s ready to win a title.

The Lonzo Bulls, am I right?

Justin Fields and Bill Lazor are working it out, Jonathan Toews is back, and I’m here for all of it.

Baseball season is officially over in Chicago and it’s time to divert my attention to other things. Does anyone know of a good pumpkin festival? Where can one find fall foliage these days?

As for the White Sox, their season ended meekly with a 10-1 loss in Game 4 of the ALDS on Tuesday afternoon in front of a spirited, and eventually disappointed crowd of 40,188.

The White Sox returned to the postseason and gave their fans a momentary thrill with a 12-6 Game 3 win. But in the Sox’s three losses in the series, they were outscored 25-6. Change the game? How? By changing how it’s scored?

“Count the number of RBIs that we gave up with two outs and couldn’t get that last out,” La Russa said. “Count them today, big difference-maker.”

Sorry, Tony, I don’t have the time. I’m writing this obituary, you see, and I don’t have time for more math. (You can read James Fegan’s story for the answer.)

This game aside, it was clear from the beginning in Houston that the Astros were a better team. They deserved to win.


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