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Paul Sullivan: White Sox hope they were looking at their future in 11-4 loss to Astros

HOUSTON - There's no reason for anyone to pretend the White Sox are going anywhere soon.

That was established early this season, and it only has gotten worse over the last few weeks as they keep surpassing their low-water mark of the year.

The Sox fell to a season-high 28 games under .500 on Friday with an 11-4 loss to the Astros, looking inept at the plate against Lance McCullers and the bullpen.

At least they can

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