Through the month of July, the Chicago White Sox went a respectful 8-5, with series wins over Houston, Minnesota and Detroit.
On July 31st, the White Sox were 53-56 and slowly creeping towards the top of the American League Central standings.
Fast-forward to August 11th and the White Sox are 56-63 and fading fast from any kind of contention. This past weekend, the Sox dropped three of four to the Seattle Mariners to fall 8 1/2 games out of the final AL Wild Card spot and 9 games out of the AL Central lead.
So, to piggy-back off my last post from a couple days ago on what’s wrong with the White Sox, let’s ask that broad, yet important question again:
What’s wrong with the Chicago White Sox?