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2/9/15 - The Chicago White Sox had a very disappointing season in 2014, but it is now time for another opportunity for a clean slate. The MLB 2015 season is just about two months off, but the excitement is getting started early. The White Sox will have their first pre-season game on March 4th at the Dodgers' field, but their home opener is on the 5th. The Chicago White Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers will face off one more time, and you can attend for as little as $12. Tickets are going fast, however, so if you want to start this season off right by cheering the White Sox to victory, you need to act fast.
… moreThe first home game of the actual season will be on April 10th against the Minnesota Twins.
9/24/14 - The Chicago White Sox will look to wrap up a mostly disappointing 2014 season this weekend, as they host a Kansas City ballclub who is looking for their first playoff spot in over 25 years. Ace Chris Sale (12-4) will not pitch any of the four-game series for the Chisox; projected to take the hill are Jose Quintana, Hector Noesi, John Danks, and rookie Chris Bassitt, a September callup. Jose Abreu is looking to finish out the season in a big way, though his power has apparently gone cold in September; while hitting .290 for the month, he’s only left the yard twice, with three doubles and a triple all adding to his league-leading slugging percentage.
9/16/14 - With just 10 games left in the season, the Chicago White Sox are playing out the string, with no chance at all to make any mark on the outcome of the 2014 season. At one point it looked as though the Southsiders would struggle to stay out of last place, but the team has regrouped a bit and standing 16 games behind division leading Detroit, they’ve put themselves five games ahead of last-place Minnesota. If nothing else, Sox fans will have two more starts by ace Chris Sale to look forward to before the end of the season; it’s being projected that Sale will face the Detroit Tigers once, before pitching the final game of the season against Kansas City.
9/10/14 - As the Chicago White Sox play out the string in September, well off the pace being set by Kansas City and Detroit (15 ½ games behind, with 80 losses so far), the Chisox do have a couple of big highlights to point to for the 2014 season. One of them is 6’3” and 255 pound Cuban slugger Jose Abreu, who continues to be a pleasant surprise. Abreu is tops in the American League in slugging percentage (.590), second in OPS (.968), third in homers (33), fourth in RBI (99) and fifth in batting average (.317). The other is a little taller (6’6”) and a little leaner (180 pounds), but pitcher Chris Sale has put together a solid season in 2014. Sale’s won-loss record of 11-3 is a little short due to his late start this season, but some of his other stats are right there among the top pitchers in the league – leading the AL in ERA (2.09), second in winning percentage (.786) and WHIP (0.94).
9/4/14 - With the final month of the season under way, the Chicago White Sox are trying mightily to stay out of last place in the American League Central, splitting games with Detroit to end August followed by another split, this time of the team chasing them, Minnesota, with one game remaining in that series and the Chisox two games up on the Twins, and 14 ½ games behind division leading Kansas City. The Sox have seven out-of-division games remaining on their schedule, a four-game set against the Athletics at U.S. Cellular Field on the Southside; with a three-game set in Tampa in the middle of their final, 9-game road trip of the year.
8/27/14 - The month of August has proven to be not a good one for the Chicago White Sox, who at this point will be happy to see this part of the schedule in their rear-view mirror. The White Sox have lost seven straight at this point, the longest current losing streak as of Wednesday, Aug. 27; they are in danger of being overtaken by Minnesota, who is just one game behind the Chisox. Even pitcher Chris Sale has had his struggles of late; Sale allowed four runs – all unearned – in six innings of work against the New York Yankees in his last outing, but fortunately did not factor in the losing decision, which was hung on reliever Jake Petricka.
8/21/14 - It’s not been a good month of August for the Chicago White Sox, who have won just six times against 12 losses this month, including three straight to East-leading Baltimore most recently. The once dominant Chris Sale has lost his last two outings – to Baltimore, and before that, Texas – bringing his record this season to 10-3, the only Chisox pitcher with a double figure victory total, though John Danks is close behind with a 9-8 record. The Southsiders square off this weekend with the New York Yankees, who are slated to face Danks and Sale, sandwiching fellow starter John Carroll, while trying to keep ahead of last place Minnesota.
8/14/14 - Despite the best efforts of players like Jose Abreu and Chris Sale, the Chicago White Sox unfortunately find themselves in danger of falling further and further behind in the American League’s Central Division. The Chisox currently are in fourth place in a division that’s otherwise turned into an unexpected horserace at the top, 9 ½ games behind surprise leaders Kansas City – but even more ominously, the Pale Hose are just two games ahead of last place Minnesota. Moreover, the White Sox are at a minus-60 in run differential; they’re ninth in MLB in runs scored, but 28th in runs allowed, and the only teams with worse run differentials in the AL are Texas and Houston – not a good sign.
7/30/14 - Despite sitting in fourth place in the American League Central, the Chicago White Sox are not out of the question when it comes to individual postseason honors. Cuban slugger Jose Abreu (.299/.349/.632, 31 HR, 83 RBI) is nearly a lock for the American League Rookie of the Year honor and will certainly get Most Valuable Player attention. Pitcher Chris Sale is making a very strong case (10-1 in 16 starts, 13 quality starts, 122 K’s, 1.88 ERA, 0.86 WHIP) for the AL Cy Young Award. But here’s another name to watch: third baseman Conor Gillaspie. Gillaspie is currently nitting .327, which would tie him for second in the AL in batting average with Seattle’s Robinson Cano – that is, if he had enough plate appearances to qualify. A player must have the equivalent of 3.1 plate appearances for each of their team’s games to qualify for the batting title; Gillaspie is close, though, to having enough trips to the plate in the next couple games to put himself in contention.
7/23/14 - If the Chicago White Sox are to get back into the American League Central Division race, they are going to have to find a way to score more runs, despite being eighth in Major League Baseball in runs scored. Against their most recent opponent, division rival Kansas City, the Chisox managed to score just five runs the entire series – three of them coming in the lone win, which ace Chris Sale, now 9-1, was able to make stand up. In the other two games with the Royals, the Southsiders were held to just a single run each game. Slugger Jose Abreu leads the Sox in runs scored with 52, along with 29 HR, 74 RBI, and the sabermetric “runs created” total of 68.4 (basic “runs created” being calculated as [hits plus walks] times total bases, divided by the total of at-bats plus walks).
7/16/14 - The Chicago White Sox wrapped up the first half (more or less) of the season going into the All-Star break with six wins and seven losses, leaving them just one percentage point out of the American League Central cellar ahead of ASG hosts Minnesota. Still, there are some very bright points in what might otherwise be described as a middling season: offensively, rookie Jose Abreu is back to mashing, leading the Chisox in the three Triple Crown categories (batting average, homers and RBI); his 29 homers and .630 slugging percentage leads the AL, while his RBI total of 73 and his OPS (on-base plus slugging) of .972 are each good for third leaguewide. Pitching has been dominated by starter Chris Sale, who won the AL Final Man vote to the All-Star Game; Sale lacks one inning’s work to be eligible for the ERA title at the moment but his minuscule 2.08 ERA would place him near the top of the league leaders.
7/8/14 - Does Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale belong on the American League all-Star roster? Many pundits believe Sale’s exclusion from the AL’s squad was a huge omission; Sale being 8-1 in 13 starts, with 96 strikeouts and a 2.16 ERA. White Sox fans, however, will have one last shot to put their ace on the final roster, as Sale has been selected as one of the AL’s five “Final Man” candidates, in voting which will be conducted via Twitter this week. Sale, who got the win in last year’s Midsummer Classic, is currently leading a close campaign according to the Major League Baseball website; Twitter voting is slated to end on Thursday.
7/3/14 – The Chicago White Sox will kick off their Fourth of July series against the Seattle Mariners tomorrow. You can still grab Chicago White Sox tickets to the Independence Day game and ensure your family the best fireworks display Chi-town has to offer for a mere $7 in the Upper Reserve! The White Sox-Mariners series at US Cellular Field concludes on Sunday, giving the Southside squad a night to recoup before hitting the road for a trip to Boston. The White Sox will play the Red Sox at Fenway Park over a four game series running from Mon 7/7 to Thurs 7/10.
6/19/14 - For every series the Chicago White Sox takes two out of three from in the month of June – at the Los Angeles Dodgers, at home against division rival Detroit – the Chisox turn around and find themselves swept, first by the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, then by streaking Kansas City, another division rival. Consequently the Southsiders find themselves in fourth place, 4 ½ games behind the Royals, the new division leader in the American League Central, and a game behind Cleveland. However, the White Sox just took a pair of interleague victories from San Francisco, the last of which saw Chris Sale notch his sixth victory against just one loss, and Jose Abreu launch his team leading 20th homer, good for second in the American League.
6/16/14 - The American League’s Central Division is still jam-packed from top to bottom, with just four games separating division leader Detroit and last-place Minnesota. It’s anybody’s game in the division and the Chicago White Sox, even though one game under .500 and 3 ½ games back of the Tigers, are keeping pace with the division leaders. The opening game of a three-game set against Detroit on June 10 was postponed due to rain, with no makeup date announced as of yet. Due to the postponement, the Chisox have juggled their pitching rotation slightly, moving Andre Rienzo to the weekend, and John Danks moving up a day, and leaving ace Chris Sale to face the Tigers’ Max Scherzer.
6/3/14 - The 2014 story of the Chicago White Sox continues to be written by three players: shortstop Alexei Ramirez, Cuban expatriate first baseman Jose Abreu, and pitcher Chris Sale. Ramirez is the Chisox’ leading hitter for average, currently standing at .326 (good for third in the American League) and a complete slash line of .326/.364/.473, with eight doubles and seven homers among his 74 hits. He’s also seventh in the AL in stolen bases, currently with 12. Abreu has been the power generator in the Sox lineup, his 16 homers good for third in the league, while sixth in the AL in RBI (47) and OPS (.933). Sale has come on strong after a late start to his season; his five wins in seven starts, with no losses, place him as the team’s ace, and he should rapidly gain enough innings pitched to qualify for the ERA chart; Sale’s is a tiny 1.59 in 45 1/3 innings pitched (to qualify for the ERA crown, a pitcher must have at least 162 innings pitched at the end of the season).
5/29/14 - A split with the New York Yankees, and a sweep of the division rival Cleveland Indians – the Chicago White Sox keep the pressure on division-leading Detroit, just 4 ½ games behind the tigers in the Central Division. The Chisox are getting the job done without Cuban slugger Jose Abreu, who is set to come off the disabled list on June 2, and is not expected to take a rehab assignment before rejoining the Sox. One of the wins over Cleveland was thanks to a strong pitching performance (one run in 7 1/3 innings, five whiffs and no walks) from Hector Noesi, who was plucked off the waiver wire in April and has made six starts. Chris Sale remains undefeated for the Chisox at 4-0; he most recently threw just three innings before a lengthy rain delay ended his start against the Indians on May 27.
5/21/14 - The Chicago White Sox are fighting the injury bug of late, losing closer Matt Lindstrom to an ankle injury which has landed him on the 15-day disabled list; a replacement closer could emerge from a trio of Ronald Belisario, Jake Petricka, or Javy Guerra (just purchased from Charlotte of Triple-A). Plus, slugger Jose Abreu is suffering from an inflamed ankle after leaving last Saturday’s game in the seventh inning. While an MRI examination showed no structural damage in the ankle, the Chisox took no chances, sending the Cuban rookie slugger to the 15-day disabled list as well. On the other hand, pitcher Chris Sale will be coming off the DL this week, to start against the New York Yankees.
5/14/14 - So far, the Chicago White Sox season can be summed up in two words: Jose Abreu. The Cuban escapee has muscled his way to the top of the major league home-run leaders, launching 14 longballs so far, along with 38 RBI, which leads the American League and is four back of Miami’s Giancarlo Stanton for the major league lead. Off the field, it’s been reported that pitcher Chris Sale will make a rehab start for the Triple-A Charlotte Knights. Sale is working his way back from a flexor muscle train in the left arm; he hasn’t pitched for the Chisox since a mid-april outing against Boston, when he threw 127 pitches and struck out 10. Sale is expected to make two rehab starts in Charlotte, before returning to the club in late May, possibly in time to face the Yankees.
5/5/14 - Experience the Windy City's crosstown rivalry with Chicago White Sox tickets! The Southside is pinned against the Cubs for four games this week: the first two at Wrigley Field, the final two at US Cellular Field. Chicago White Sox tickets are cheapest when they visit Wrigley Field: get-in for $21 (5/5) and $12 (5/6). Wednesday and Thursday tickets are pricier, starting at $41 (5/7) and $38 (5/8) at home. This Chi-town showdown is followed by a series against the struggling Arizona Diamondbacks. The White Sox can use this opportunity to make waves in the tight AL Central: Chicago is currently tied with Kansas City for third place and is 1.5 games behind the second-place Twins.
4/29/14 - After one month of play, the Chicago White Sox have mustered a 14-13 record and are in the thick of the AL Central. Division leaders, the Detroit Tigers, are just one game ahead of both the Twins and White Sox in this early part of the season. Chicago has played well in the last week: they defeated Tampa Bay in three meets, split four-games with Detroit, and on Sunday, Jose Abreu broke Albert Pujol's record of most RBIs by a rookie through April. Starting today, the Southside is lined up against the Tigers for two games and hit the road for a match-up with the Indians over the weekend. Cheap Chicago White Sox tickets are easy to come by for their upcoming series against the AL Central kings: get-in for $5 on 4/29 and 4/30 (vs. Detroit).
4/21/14 - The Chicago White Sox may have dropped four games in a row, but they bounced back with a splash in yesterday's game against the Rangers. Chicago launched the biggest offensive attack we've seen from the Southside, maximizing on Texas' pitching woes to score 16 runs, allowing just 2 RBIs from the opposition. The White Sox will try and channel this winning momentum into their four game series against the Detroit Tigers and the Tampa Bay Rays this week. Cheap Chicago White Sox tickets are available for $3 across their entire series at Detroit (4/21-4/24), and $3 for their 4/25 and 4/28 games against the Rays at US Cellular Field.
4/14/14- The Chicago White Sox took down the Cleveland Indians, thanks to Alexei Ramirez's series-clinching walk-off home run on Sunday. The victory marks the first time Chicago took a series over the Cleveland Indians since October of 2012. They'll look to extend their success over the Boston Red Sox, and on the road against the Texas Rangers later this week. There are plenty of cheap Chicago White Sox tickets available this week: $5 on Tuesday (4/15), $7 on Friday (4/18) and $3 in Arlington on Sunday (4/20).
4/7/14 - The Chicago White Sox have split their first six games, winning their series over the Minnesota Twins and losing two games to the Royals in Kansas City. The White Sox will extend their road trip to this week when they meet the Rockies in Colorado (4/7-4/9); each game offers a starting price of $7-$8 at Coors Field. Chicago returns to the Southside later this week, for an extended series against the Cleveland Indians (4/10-4/15). Cheap Chicago White Sox tickets are easy to find, starting at just $4 for their first match this Thursday and going no higher than $11 (Saturday) to get-in.
4/1/14 - The Chicago White Sox gave Southside baseball fans something to cheer about when they took down the Minnesota Twins on Opening Day, 3-5. The team effort was there, as Alejandro de Aza struck two big homeruns and Jose Abreu had two hits in his MLB debut. See if the squad can build on this victory and sweep the series with cheap Chicago White Sox tickets this week! Get-in for a mere $4 in the Upper Reserve on both Wednesday and Thursday. Next up is some stiff competition: the White Sox take on the Royals for three games in Missouri (get in on Friday for $76).
3/24/14 - You have just three chances left to see the Chicago White Sox in Cactus league play! This week they host the Rockies (get in for $34 on Tuesday) and the Reds (get in for $7 on Wednesday), before travelling to Mesa, AZ for their final Spring Training game against the Chicago Cubs on Thursday (get-in for $38). See the White Sox on Monday, March 31 for their Opening Day game against the Minnesota Twins for just $23! Regarding recent franchise moves, the White Sox inked a deal with 25 year-old pitcher Jose Quintana (five-years for $26.5 million) today, and are also looking to trade Adam Dunn and his hefty contract soon, as the team is "log-jammed" with first base/designated hitters on the roster, considering Paul Konerko and Jose Abreu.
3/18/14 - The White Sox have less than two weeks to gear up for their Opening Day match against the Minnesota Twins on March 31. The Southside's first official day of baseball is averaging $93 a seat in Cellular Field. You can catch much cheaper Chicago White Sox tickets for their remaining spring games: pay just $19 for their games against the Angels (3/19), the Cubs (3/21) and San Francisco (3/22). Though White Sox manager Robin Ventura has been tight-lipped in mentioning starters for Opening Day, he has announced Tyler Flowers (having effectively recovered from shoulder surgery) will be in position as catcher. Though they made tons of moves in the offseason, the White Sox may not be done just yet—Chicago has reportedly contacted Seattle about a trade involving Dayan Viciedo. Stay tuned to catch a possible late spring move!
3/10/14 - With Spring Training well under way, the Chicago White Sox are putting the finishing touches on their roster, having traded right-hander Zach Stewart for cash considerations. Manager Robin Ventura also announced (to no one's surprise) that Chris Sale will be the squad's opening day starter for the second time, affirming "your best guy you always put out first." Chicago White Sox tickets start at $28 when they take on the Rangers tomorrow, and start at $26 when they faceoff against the Indians on Friday.
3/3/14 - The Chicago White Sox opened their Spring Training schedule with a tough loss to the Dodgers (0-5), but bounced back a day later with a 9-7 victory over the Rangers on Sunday. Cuban star Jose Abreu made his highly anticipated debut with just two at-bats in his first outing, and showed much greater patience than other vaunted young sluggers who bite at the plate. Chicago White Sox tickets offer the cheapest prices for Week 2 of Spring Training; unbelievably low values can be found this Wednesday against San Diego ($3) and Thursday against Seattle ($1), though prices jump up to a still-modest $19 against Arizona.
2/25/14 - Slugger Adam Dunn, an investor and actor in the Oscar-nominated movie "Dallas Buyers Club" has been invited to the Academy Awards this Sunday. Luckily, the White Sox's spring training location at Camelback Ranch in Arizona is considerably closer to Hollywood than their home in Southside Chicago. If Dunn does go, he'll be back in time for the second White Sox game against the Kansas City Royals on Monday; tickets start at just $5. Compounded by his recent accolade, Dunn is excited to get this new season going with positivity, as last year "was miserable" for him and the team. See them get it back with Chicago White Sox tickets, just $37 on average across spring training.
12/11/14 - The Chicago White Sox roster experienced quite an upheaval this winter, so there's more flexibility than ever for prospects to make their mark this spring. White Sox fans who attend Spring Training will get to see which player answers the pressing third base question: Conor Gillaspie or Matt Davidson? Get Chicago White Sox tickets for their opening spring game in Arizona against the Cleveland Indians, just $10 to get-in.
1/27/14 - The White Sox sure were busy this winter! In addition to front-office tweaks, Chicago made their big winter acquisitions by adding Jose Abreu, Adam Eaton and Matt Davidson to the lineup, so it’s not hard to imagine Chicago jumping out of the AL Central cellar! Witness the start to this exciting bounce back season and grab Chicago White Sox tickets, averaging just $35, for Spring Training this March.
The Chicago White Sox have definitely been busy this offseason, obtaining big-name players Jose Abreu, Adam Eaton and Matt Davidson. They’ll join franchise legends and MLB veterans Paul Konerko and Frank Thomas in the Southside for what is presumably their final year in the majors. The White Sox released hitting coach Jeff Manto (bottom-five hitting team last season), but have signed manager Robin Ventura (recruited in 2012) to a multiyear contract in his attempt to improve upon the league’s second-worst fielding and errors percentages garnered last year.
The White Sox were another team to drop the ball on the Masahiro Tanaka acquisition this winter, as the Japanese League ace resolved to take up residence with the Yankees for the next seven years. Now, the White Sox are looking to Ervin Santana and Ubaldo Jimenez to fill the bullpen gap. After quite and aggressive offseason by a relatively new manager, you’ve got to keep up with the Chicago White Sox this year as they enter Spring Training with a new-look roster!
4/3/13 - White Sox Manager Robin Ventura said his team had only one goal – to make the MLB Playoffs. Chicago has seven months before postseason begins and regular season games have already started. Five of the eight series that the Chicago White Sox will play this month will be at home. Opening Day against the Royals had an average ticket price of $87; in comparison that is almost double the cost of any other game at US Cellular Field in April. It was announced yesterday that the Chicago White Sox vs. Texas Rangers game on August 24 at U.S. Cellular Field will now be called the “Civil Rights Game.” It will be the third time in seven years that the White Sox will play in what is becoming a regular game on the MLB schedule.
Although White Sox GM Kenny Williams called 2012 a rebuilding year, the team still managed an 85-77 record and finished just 3 games back of the Central Division lead. The club led the division for most of the season before succumbing to the streaking Tigers in late September. After fading down the stretch of the 2012 season, second-year manager Robin Ventura looks for his team to rebound and capture their first division title since 2008.
The White Sox had a relatively quiet offseason, but did manage to re-sign ace Jake Peavy and righty Gavin Floyd. The Sox will look for major contributions from newly signed third baseman Jeff Kepinger, who boasts one of the lowest strikeout rates in all of baseball. After 8 years behind the plate, AJ Pierzynski left for Boston in free agency, giving Tyler Flowers a chance to step up this season. Following Pierzynski’s departure, captain Paul Konerko is the only remaining player from the White Sox 2005 World Series Championship team.
White Sox tickets prices to see a game in 2013 at US Cellular Field average about $68, about $10 less than the league average. The White Sox have the 15th most expensive home tickets in the MLB, but 2nd most expensive in the AL Central after the Twins. The most expensive Sox home games this season are the first half of their home-home series against the cross-town Cubs and the Yankees.