‘Fire Tony!’ Chant as the Chicago White Sox take the lead in the Texas Rangers defeat

Chicago – “Fire Tony!” On a guaranteed rate field, managers Tony La Russa and the Chicago White Sox took a five-run lead and lost 11-9 in 10 innings to the Texas Rangers on Saturday.

La Rusa’s investigation has intensified this week since the Los Angeles Dodgers ordered unconventional motives in damages. The White Sox won AL Central last season, but are now just 27-30 under their 77-year-old Hall of Fame manager.

Chicago have lost three of four. Texas has won for the fourth time in the last 11 games.

Jake Berger hit a three-run homer over AL ERA leader Martin Perez to give the White Sox a 5-0 lead in fifth place.

But Andolिसs Garcियाa hit a three-run homer to fifth-ranked Lucas Giolito’s Homer, then tied for seven on Jonah Hem’s sacrificial fly in seventh, before the Rangers began chanting mantras in La Rusa when a crowd of 30,221.

Nathaniel Lowe led Texas to the game with his second double, a drive that started with four runs in the 10th. The ball passed by Reese McGuire took another run and Marcus Semin hit two runs.

Danny Mendick’s RBI singles and Andrew Vaughn’s sacrificial fly pulled Chicago to two runs in the bottom half, but Joe Barlow retired Luis Roberts and Jose Abreu.

Texas reliever Matt Moore (3-0) scored five runs in two innings.

Matt Foster (1-1) lost.

The White Sox gave Perez 12 runs and six runs in five innings. He started the day with an age of 1.56.

Before Garcia was dismissed for the 12th time this year, Giolito had scored an impressive four innings.

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The Associated Press contributed to the story.

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