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Chicago White Sox squander late lead and fall 4-3 to the Los Angeles Angels in their season opener

The Chicago White Sox had an eighth inning to forget on opening day. The Los Angeles Angels scored twice in the inning to rally and beat the Sox 4-3 on Thursday at Angel Stadium. The Sox entered the eighth with a 3-2 lead. David Fletcher’s grounder bounced off Sox reliever Aaron Bummer’s glove for an infield hit. Shohei Ohtani hit a grounder to Nick Madrigal, who tried to get the forceout at ...

The Chicago White Sox had an eighth inning to forget on opening day.

The Los Angeles Angels scored twice in the inning to rally and beat the Sox 4-3 on Thursday at Angel Stadium.

The Sox entered the eighth with a 3-2 lead. David Fletcher’s grounder bounced off Sox reliever

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