White Sox Off-Day: Second Half Struggles Continue

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John Danks, LHP, Chicago White Sox

Aug 10, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura (23) pulls Chicago White Sox starting pitcher John Danks (50) from the game during the seventh inning against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

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?

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