For the first time in 37 games, the Chicago White Sox didn't have a lead during a game, as they lost to the Baltimore Orioles by a final score of 6-2. Chicago set a major league record by having a lead in 37 straight games to begin a season. That also tied the 1934 Yankees and 1942 Cardinals for the third-longest overall streak with a lead. ``The only streak I care about is the winning streak and the losing streak,'' White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen said. ``It was nice to be in the book and it was a nice run. Hopefully, we'll start another one.'' ``It's a hell of a thing,'' Jermaine Dye said of the streak. ``But that's not something as players in the clubhouse, that we think about. We just want to win series.''
White Sox Lead Streak Ends At 37 Games