Chicago White Sox - PlayerWatch
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RHP Frankie Montas took the loss after throwing four innings in the White Sox's 6-0 loss to the Detroit Tigers to conclude the season. Montas made his second career major-league start and allowed one run on two hits. Montas, a fireballer who mixed in his changeup nicely, walked three but struck out seven, including striking out the side in the third inning. Despite having the profile of a late-inning reliever, the White Sox aren't ready to make that transition from starter yet. "I think for him, the easiest thing would be just to stick him in the bullpen, but starters are such a premium and you would like him to be able to do that," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. "He's been stretched out all year as a starter (in the minors). I don't think he would have a problem in the bullpen, but you would like that to be more innings."