TORONTO -- White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, tired of seeing his offense waste opportunities to score, tore into his hitters after the team's 9-8 loss in 14 innings on Saturday.
The Sox came back from three deficits to force extra innings but missed scoring opportunities in the 11th and 12th innings.
"It went from a very good game to a very horse[bleep] game,'' Guillen said. "Good game because we come back and battled back, but after the ninth inning, we [bleeping] stink. Flat out stink. We get back there, very excited in the ninth inning, base hit with two out with [Konerko]. After that we're horsebleep.''
More Guillen: "Our offense [bleeping] sucks after the ninth. They [the players] can say whatever they [bleeping] want to say. For nine innings, they battled, 3-0 battled back, back in the game. Down again.
''After the ninth inning, they all sucked.''
The extra-inning game after a night game, coupled with the team's hitting woes in the clutch, are taking it out of Guillen.
"I'm drained now,'' he said. "I feel like I'm in September right now. You can ask my coaches. We feel the same way
"And we're not even in bleeping June."