The Chicago White Sox have endured 83 defeats this season, and now it's gotten to the point where it's difficult to distinguish one loss from another.
Jose Quintana gave up three home runs and the White Sox fell to the Baltimore Orioles 3-1 Thursday night, extending their skid to seven games.
Dayan Viciedo had two singles for the White Sox, who went 0-3 in Boston and dropped three more at Yankee Stadium before arriving at Camden Yards. Chicago is an AL-worst 24-49 on the road and 32-48 in games decided by one or two runs.
''We've played that type of game a lot this year and just couldn't score enough runs to win,'' said Paul Konerko, who went 0 for 4. ''We try not to think about how other games have gone, but the end result is you can lump this in with the rest of them.''
Asked why the White Sox have struggled on the road this season, Konerko replied, ''I don't know what the home record is either, but I'm sure it's all (bad).''
Quintana (7-6) allowed seven hits in seven innings...