White Sox lose, fall out of AL Central lead
CHICAGO (AP) — For two months the Chicago White Sox had been ahead or tied for the lead in the AL Central. Now, with just a week left, they're looking up at the Detroit Tigers.
Their pitching was wild Wednesday night, issuing 12 walks in a 6-4 loss to the Cleveland Indians that knocked them into second place for the first time since July 23. Losers of seven of their last eight, the White Sox now have seven games left to regroup or a successful season will end in the ultimate disappointment with no playoffs.
Detroit, which beat Kansas City 6-4 Wednesday night, has a one-game lead.
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