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Chicago White Sox starter Jeff Samardzija delivers a pitch during the first inning of a baseball game against the New York Yankees Sunday, Aug 2, 2015, in Chicago. | AP Photo/Paul Beaty

Watch: Ventura, Samardzija react to another White Sox blowout loss

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The White Sox were blown out for the second time in three days Sunday, falling to the Yankees 12-3 in the series finale at U.S. Cellular Field.

After a seven-game winning streak, the White Sox have been outscored 35-19 in their last four games. The Yankees blew them out in the opener, 13-6, and the White Sox claimed Game 2, 8-2.

Jeff Samardzija gave up nine runs in 4.2 innings, snapping a streak of 10 consecutive games with seven innings pitched or more.

Here’s manager Robin Ventura discussing Samardzija’s poor outing:

Robin on Shark’s poor outing pic.twitter.com/wUY7mnR6bM — David Just (@davidjustCST) August 2, 2015

And here’s Samardzija discussing the club’s sense of urgency with less than 60 games remaining in the season:

Shark on the #whitesox with their backs against the wall: pic.twitter.com/Vs0yv5SuZG — David Just (@davidjustCST) August 2, 2015

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