Sox’ offense fails again

It started out pretty well for the White Sox, but Tampa Bay’s speed and clutch hitting proved too much.

Mark Buehrle pitched well, but the Sox bullpen couldn’t shut the door.

The real problem is the Sox just left too many guys on base.

Even in the first when the Sox took a 2-0 lead it seemed that it wasn’t going to be enough.

The Rays just manufactured runs with speed and clutch hits.

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