At no point in this blowout did the Chicago White Sox have a win expectancy of greater than 50%.
The White Sox are 60-58 (.508) vs. the Chicago Cubs since interleague play began.
The White Sox need to win two of their final seven games to avoid the fourth 100-loss season in team history.
Carlos Rodón now has allowed five-plus runs four times in his five September starts. In contrast, in nine straight July-August starts, Rodón had nine straight quality starts while allowing five hits or fewer.
The White Sox need to win six of their final seven games to equal their record from 2017 (67-95).
Over his last five starts, Rodón has a 6.84 ERA.