Robin Ventura said he won’t sit still forever after the White Sox defense delivered yet another Benny Hill-esque performance on Monday.

Tired of his team’s poor defensive play and of himself sounding like a broken record, the White Sox manager suggested changes aren’t too far off after the Minnesota Twins routed his team 10-3 in front of 25,605 at Target Field.

One third-inning White Sox error -- the team’s American League-leading 29th -- led to a four-run Minnesota rally while an eighth-inning mental mistake helped the Twins blow the door open.

Instead of running with the momentum gained by Chris Sale’s one-hitter, the White Sox opened a seven-game road trip with a performance with defensive lowlights that are likely headed for a blooper reel.

“There’s lapses of knowing what’s going on, and we’ll work on them,” Ventura said after his team dropped to 15-21. “They’ll have plenty of time to work on. … Eventually you get to that point where you don’t pay attention to what’s going on, we’ll find somebody else to do it.”

The team reached rock bottom -- for this game at least -- in the eighth inning.

Already down 6-3, Oswaldo Arcia’s leadoff blooper to shallow center field somehow found its way into a three-by-six foot window in between shortstop Alexei Ramirez and outfielders Alejandro De Aza and Casper Wells and went for a double.