White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen showed his frustration after the team's loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday. Corey Patterson hit a walk-off home run for Toronto in the bottom of the 14th inning to give his team the win. Chicago came back from two runs down through seven to tie it in the ninth. Guillen was steamed after the White Sox squandered several chances in extra innings. They put the go-ahead run at third base with one out in the 11th but couldn't score, leading their manager to go on a profane tirade after the game. "Before the ninth, everything was good. After the ninth, it was very, very bad," Guillen said. Chicago left 10 men on base, including four in extra innings. "I feel like I'm in September right now," the manager said. "If you ask all my coaches, they feel the same way. And we're not even in June yet."