White Sox outfielder Alex Rios found himself on the wrong side of the usually patient Robin Ventura on Friday night against the Braves.

It all came down to Rios's apparent lack of hustle during the fifth inning -- a willful mistake that prompted Ventura to lift Rios from the game and replace him with Casper Wells in right. Here's how MLB.com's Scott Merkin described the play in question:

With runners on first and third and the game tied at 2 in the fifth, Rios hit a hard grounder to [Andrelton] Simmons that looked as if it would be an easy inning-ender.

Simmons bobbled the ball twice, but with Rios getting a slow start out of the batter's box, the double play was still turned without much of an issue. Rios was replaced by Casper Wells in right field in the top of the seventh.

After the game, Ventura confirmed that that Rios was lifted from the game for not running out that ground ball. "We expect more than that," Ventura said (source: CSN Chicago). "It was simple. Nothing more than that. ... I just told him he was coming out. That was it. He knows. There's not a long explanation required."