After blowing a three-run lead Thursday night, manager Ozzie Guillen was more curious about how the White Sox would rebound rather than appraising the manner in which they suffered a 6-5 loss in 10 innings at Baltimore.
"The biggest thing is how we're going to show up," Guillen said before the Sox departed for Florida to open a three-game series against Tampa Bay. "[Thursday] is over with."
The Sox suffered their most frustrating loss this season after their usually dependable defense committed two errors that led to three unearned runs and a bullpen that ranked second in the American League surrendered three runs in the final two innings.
"The best thing we have so far is the bullpen, and we couldn't get it done," Guillen said. "Those guys have been doing a tremendous job.
"Those kind of games they're going to see on the road. It's not going to be the last one. There are going to be more bumps on the road. No one said it was going to be easy."
"We have a couple of guys here with body language I don't like," Guillen said. "I'm going to let them know I don't like the body language they have. We have a good thing going on here, and I don't like that.
"There are guys who want to do good. We're on a good roll and everyone wants to contribute."
Carlos Quentin, who hit two home runs that helped the Sox to a 5-2 lead entering the bottom of the eighth, agreed.
"I believe we have tons of character," Quentin said. "We'll come back with a lot of energy.
"Obviously, it stings now. But we'll put it behind us, come back and swing the bats, pitch, play defense and go back to playing baseball the way we know we can."
Baltimore's comeback ruined Gavin Floyd's shot at winning his third consecutive start in front of about 100 family members and friends.
As comfortable as Floyd felt after retiring the first 12 batters, Oriole Park has become closer Bobby Jenks' house of horrors.
Jenks has a 9.95 ERA in eight games at Baltimore, and three of his 13 career blown saves have occurred at Oriole Park.
Jenks declined to talk to two reporters after the game and pointed toward his rear as emphasis.
"We're all not going to be perfect," Logan said. "Bobby, no matter how good he is, he's not going to be 100 percent every night. It's just the way the game is. It's just unfortunate. We want to get the wins and saves and go home."