White Sox Starters Can’t Get A Win — Set Franchise Record

It’s bad enough the Chicago White Sox lost their eight straight game Tuesday night to hand the AL Central crown to the Minnesota Twins. Even worse, the 7-2 loss to the Oakland Athletics marked the 16th consecutive game the ChiSox failed to get their starting pitcher a W, breaking the franchise record of 15 set in 1985. During this horrific stretch, South Side starters are 0-9 with a 7.12 ERA. The streak looked like it was going headed to 17 Wednesday afternoon, but the Sox rallied with a pair of runs in the ninth to nip the A’s, 4-3.

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