The more he talked about it after the game Monday night, the more Cubs pitcher Matt Garza got riled up.

And it wasn't about the seven starts he endured without a win before beating the White Sox on Monday, or about the home runs he gave up to A.J. Pierzynksi or Paul Konerko.

It was the verbal beating teammate Alfonso Soriano continues to take from fans and some media for perceived indifference or lack of effort — which came up again Saturday when he didn't run on a line drive to third that was dropped.