To say things haven't gone as the White Sox had hoped in the first two months of the season would be an understatement.
A lackluster 9-5 loss to the Texas Rangers Wednesday night in front of a rain-soaked crowd of 19,516 at U.S. Cellular Field dropped them to 22-30 on the year and, once again, left everyone looking for answers.
"It's frustrating," first baseman Paul Konerko said. "It's not fun to lose more than half the time, I'll tell you that much.
There has bee...