The injuries and the errors continue to pile up for the White Sox.

So have the losses.

Outfielder Alex Rios dropped a bases-loaded fly ball in the eighth inning Sunday to help the Tampa Bay Rays pull away for an 8-3 victory over the White Sox in front of 22,677 at U.S. Cellular Field. Rios’ error led to two runs for the Rays, who scored five times against White Sox relievers in the final two innings.

Earlier in the day, the White Sox -- who blew an early 3-1 lead and dropped to 10-14 overall -- placed pitcher Gavin Floyd on the 15-day disabled list with a right arm flexor strain. Floyd is the team’s sixth player to go on the DL in 24 games.

“I don’t sense anybody looking around saying we can’t win with what we have,” designated hitter Paul Konerko said. “Every team is going to have that little span during the season where it seems like every day somebody’s going down. Hopefully this is ours right now.”

[More: Floyd lands on DL, Heath called up]

Floyd joins John Danks and regulars Gordon Beckham and Dayan Viciedo on the DL.

Even with the injuries, the White Sox jumped out to a 3-1 lead against reigning American League Cy Young Award winner David Price and threatened to take three of four from Tampa Bay.

But the lead had evaporated and the Rays held a 4-3 advantage when Ryan Roberts batted against Jesse Crain with two outs in the eighth inning and the bases loaded. Roberts hit a 94-mph fastball from Crain to shallow right and Rios, who had initially broken back on the play, raced in but couldn’t grasp the ball.