White Sox season comes to an end after A's rally for 6-4 win in Game 3: 'We gave our all'

OAKLAND, Calif. — A season filled with growth and progress for the Chicago White Sox came to a crushing end Thursday.The Oakland A’s rallied for a 6-4 victory in the decisive Game 3 of the American League wild-card series at Oakland Coliseum.In their first playoff appearance since 2008, the Sox used nine pitchers and surrendered nine walks, including two with the bases loaded, in the defeat.“The guys got a taste of it,” said Sox shortstop Tim Anderson, who had three hits. “It’s just going to make them more hungry.“(Thursday’s loss is) a little sting. But I’m excited.”Chad Pinder knocked in two…

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