CHICAGO — Until Sunday, the Seattle Mariners had found plenty of success when scoring at least four runs.
The Chicago White Sox, meanwhile, are just trying to figure out a way to score.
The Mariners enter Monday’s series opener against the White Sox coming off only their second loss in 11 games when Seattle scored at least four times. Seattle (11-9) went 3-for-16 with runners in scoring position in a 7-4 loss to the Texas Rangers on Sunday.
The failure to take advantage of scoring...