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Now that their Windy City neighbors to the north have finally brought home a World Series title, all eyes are on the Chicago White Sox. The Sox started playing ball in 1900, along with seven other American League franchises, and have called Comiskey Park home since 1910. Championships have been few and far between for the team, earning just three over the course of their centuries-long career. They won the World Series in 1906, 1917, and most recently in 2005. Could this be another big season for the city of Chicago? Find out and purchase all of your Chicago White Sox tickets right here at Razorgator. See you at the game.

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The Chicago White Sox have won their last three games in a row. All three have been walk-off wins, the first time since 1962 that the club has achieved this. Their latest victory was a nail biter against hometown rival the Cubs. The White Sox scored first and were ahead 4-0 going into the seventh inning. Then, the Cubs scored twice in the seventh and twice in the ninth to tie the game. Luckily, Tyler Saldino had an RBI single for the victory. The White Sox will look to continue their winning streak when they host the Cubs for a second game on the 26. The two teams play twice more on the 27 and 28, but at Wrigley Field instead. Tickets start at $60.
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The Chicago White Sox went 1-2 in their latest three game series against the Braves. After losing the first game, the White Sox battled it out to take the second. They had an early 5-1 lead, thanks to a two run homer from Todd Frazier in the second and some RBI singles from Jose Abreau and Melky Cabrera, as well as a RBI double from Frazier in the third. The Braves scored a few more, but the White Sox held on to their lead for the win. They had a harder time finding their offense the next night, losing 2-0. After the All Star break, the White Sox head to Anaheim to play the Angels. Tickets are available starting at just $5.

The Chicago White Sox went 2-1 in their three game series against the Blue Jays. The first game was a close one, with the Blue Jays ahead early until the White Sox got ahead 2-1 going into the sixth inning. The Blue Jays tied it up, but the White Sox didn't wait long to get ahead again and win 3-2. The second game did not go their way, despite a strong effort by the White Sox. They did not let the Blue Jays get ahead in game 3 and won 5-2. They next host the twins for a three game series starting on the 28. Tickets are still available for prices starting at just $3.

The Chicago White Sox came out the victors in their latest three game series against the Tigers, wining the first and third games. The first game was a tough battle that went twelve innings before the White Sox finally scored the winning run. The Tigers were ahead as the Tigers went to bat in the bottom of the ninth. Avisail Garcia hit an RBI single to tie the game, sending it into extra innings. Adam Eaton hit the winning run for a walk off victory in the twelfth. The White Sox head to Cleveland to play the Indians for three games starting on June 17. You can still get tickets for $43.

After losing a series against the Royals 1-2, the Chicago White Sox host the Indians for four games, the first of which they won. It was a tight game, with the teams going into the eight inning with the White Sox ahead 7-3. The Indians scored 3 rusn in the eight to get the game to just one point. The White Sox retained their lead despite not scoring another run in the bottom of the eighth. The White Sox will look to continue their dominance and take the series against the Indians. The teams play again every night from the 23-25. You can still get tickets to all games, with prices starting at just $4.

The four-game winning streak set by the Chicago White Sox finally came to an end last night, at the hands of the Texas Rangers. Despite the loss, Chicago is still ranked first in the American League Central. It was a brutal defeat for the White Sox, who were on the road in Arlington, TX, as they looked like they were going to go home victorious in the top of the fourth inning. Chicago was leading Texas 10-5 in the fourth inning, but things took a turn for the worst in the bottom of the eighth. The Rangers scored 7 runs to ultimately win the game 13-11. Chicago will head home to play the Houston Astros on May 17. Tickets are $4.

As the Chicago White Sox prepare to head out on the road, fans hope they will be able to maintain their winning streak while playing without the home field advantage. Right now, the Whitesox have won their last five matchups, putting their season record at 15-6 and firmly securing them in the number one position of American League Central. They will be facing the Baltimore Orioles, then will make their big return on May 3rd to host the Boston Red Sox. Be sure to get your tickets to secure your spot in the stands to cheer the Whitesox on as they head back to Chicago to take a short break on their own field.

As Spring Training winds down, the Chicago White Sox beat the Rangers on March 29 in their penultimate Spring Training game. With the win, they have their first winning record in the Cactus League since 2004. Chris Sale was on the mound for 5 1/3 innings, during which he only let the Rangers get one run and had five strike outs with no walks. The White Sox' final game in Goodyear will be on March 30, and then they head to San Diego to play two exhibition games before Opening Day in Oakland on April 4. You can still get tickets to the game against the Athletics for $29 and up.

The White Sox may be without first baseman Adam LaRoche this season, who filled out his retirement paperwork over a disagreement regarding how often his son would come to the clubhouse. Club President Kenny Williams felt that his son should not be there on a daily basis, and LaRoche did not wish to reduce the amount of time he could spend with his children. The team considered a boycott in support of LaRoche, but ultimately played the game. Although LaRoche has filled out the paperwork to retire, the franchise is giving him time to reconsider before they file the paperwork with the league. Fans can still get tickets to catch the Spring Training games in Arizona, with prices starting at $19.

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