Lucas Giolito wanted to set the tone early and build momentum for the Chicago White Sox against the Houston Astros.
“I failed to do that,” Giolito said.
Four batters in Sunday, the Sox found themselves in a three-run hole. They never dug out, losing 4-3 in front of 18,347 at Guaranteed Rate Field.
“Three-run first inning, just horse(bleep),” Giolito said. “I’ve just got to be better early. Set the tone early. Because I know as I get deeper in the game I’m going to get better. Come out early firing and go from there, keep the momentum on our side.
“I just didn’t do it today.”
A late rally came up short for the Sox (14-28), who dropped two of three in the series.
“We dug ourselves a hole early and we couldn’t muster that last run,” manager Pedro Grifol…
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