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Additional Chicago White Sox Info

How To Buy White Sox Tickets

On our Chicago White Sox tickets page, you will see all home and away games listed. All games for the 2024 season are on currently sale now. The Sox play their spring training home games at Camelback Ranch in Glendale AZ. Check the game schedule on this page and sort by the opponent, day of the week, home or road games, and more. Once you have a game in mind, click the "Buy Tickets" button to begin the checkout process. Be sure to confirm the ticket quantity before you complete your purchase. All ticket orders are now mobile delivery. You'll have your tickets delivered to a mobile device that you can use for entry at the gate. Be sure to see a White Sox regular season home game at Guaranteed Rate Field this year. 

White Sox Early Season Game Opponents

The White Sox are in the American League Central. Their division includes the Cleveland Guardians, the Detroit Tigers, the Kansas City Royals, and the Minnesota Twins. The first divisional series for the White Sox will be on the road against the Detroit Tigers, starting on March 28, 2024. The first opponent to come to Guaranteed Rate Field will be the Atlanta Braves for a three-game series, starting April 1.   

Cubs vs. White Sox 2024 Games

The White Sox will face the Chicago Cubs for four games in 2024. The first match-up will take place June 4-5 at Wrigley Field. The second series will be at home August 9-10. Tickets for these four games go fast, so it's best to order early in the season for the best selection. 

Brewers vs. White Sox Home Games

National League "neighbors" The Milwaukee Brewers will play host for a three-game series against the White Sox from May 31 through June 2. Sox fans love to travel, so this series will certainly bring in fans from Chicago and beyond. 

Sox 2023 Season Review

The White Sox finished the 2023 season with a 61-101 record. This record represents a downturn from 2022 by twenty wins. The team would be wise to trade some of their more talented players in hopes of bringing up some younger hopefuls during this upcoming year of rebuilding. Dylan Cease might be a good fit in another ball club, and he's got trading power. Tim Anderson might also be a good fit for a trade, as long as the Sox pick him up for one more year.  Anderson has offered to move to second base or shortstop, so we'll find out very soon if he's going to suit up as a Sox player.

As for changes in management, the White Sox parted ways with Jose Castro, Daryl Boston and Chris Johnson. Johnson will be reassigned. Castro and Boston have been sent packing, entirely. More management moves are in the works, before things kick off in spring training. 

White Sox 2022 Recap

The White Sox finished the season at 81-81, eleven games behind the division leaders. The team had more success on the road this season, going 44-37. Their home record was 37-44. Jose Abreu played in 157 games at first base. He was named designated hitter in 29 games in 2022.  AJ Pollock played in 138 games, starting in left field for 107 games, center field in 37 games, and right field in 14. Pollock finished the season with a .245 batting average, with 56 RBIs. Andrew Vaughn was a solid utility player in 2022, playing in the outfield for 88 games, 13 at first base, and getting the designated hitter nod 29 times. Vaughn had a solid .271 batting average, with 76 RBIs.  Gavin Sheets played in 124 games, mostly in right field. He scored 34 runs, batted .241, and had 53 RBIs in 2022.  

The White Sox were working with a great pitching crew for the 2022 season. Craig Kimbrel, Joe Kelly, Michael Kopech, Dallas Keuchel, and Liam Hendriks were all on the roster for the season.

White Sox 2021 Season in Review

The 2021 Chicago White Sox had a fantastic season. The team’s 93-69 regular-season record put them at the top of the AL Central standings. The team looked to the postseason where they faced the Houston Astros. The White Sox didn’t make it past the first round, losing four games to one. Tim Anderson had another outstanding season, scoring 94 runs, 163 hits, and a batting average of .309. Louis Robert saw more playing time in 2021, ending his season with a batting average of .338. Yermin Francisco got a chance to play serious baseball in 2021, with 240 at-bats, seven home runs, and 65 hits.

Throughout their 114-year history, the White Sox have called just three buildings home. From 1900 to 1910 they played at South Side Park. After that, they moved into the legendary Comiskey Park, where they remained until 1990. In 1991 they moved into their current home. It's currently named Guaranteed Rate Field. Throughout their history the White Sox have won their division five times, the American League Pennant six times, and the World Series three times. One of those pennants came back before the divisional play format.

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