Mark Buehrle issued a parting shot at Marlins management after his stay with the team lasted only one tumultuous season. The lefthander was part of the blockbuster trade to Toronto as Miami pared $146.5 million in future payroll. “Just like the fans in South Florida, I was lied to on multiple occasions,” Buehrle said in a statement issued through his agent, Jeff Berry. ‘‘I'm putting it behind me and looking forward to moving on with my career.’’ Team president David Samson said the Marlins didn’t lie, but instead were compelled to make drastic changes after a disastrous season. Buehrle signed a $58 million, four-year deal with the Marlins during their unprecedented spending spree a year ago . . . The White Sox agreed to a one-year, $700,000 contract with veteran outfielder DeWayne Wise . . . Former pitcher-turned-Christian radio personality Frank Pastore, 55, was critically injured in a motorcycle crash Monday. Pastore pitched for Cincinnati from 1979 until 1985 and Minnesota in 1986. Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center spokeswoman Rosa Saca said the 55-year-old remains in critical condition.