Former Sox manager says left-hander was beloved by teammates because ‘he was the same guy’ every day.
In honor of the Sox retiring his No. 56 on Saturday, here’s a look at his highlights during his 12 seasons with the team.
‘‘We do care,’’ manager says. ‘‘We’re just not hitting. I don’t have any strong explanations for it.’’
Fourth consecutive loss drops team below .500 mark at 30-31.
A six-game losing streak isn’t uncharted territory for White Sox manager Rick Renteria. He endured two while managing the rebuilding Cubs in 2014.
Fans lined up at Guaranteed Rate Field early Saturday to get their hands on the day’s free giveaway – a Ken “Hawk” Harrelson alarm clock.
He pitched his way in and out of trouble, putting runners in scoring position in the first, second, fourth and fifth but denying the Twins a run.