2015 Chicago White Sox Schedule
When the Chicago White Sox take to the field for a highly anticipated ballgame,
you'll see first-hand what the level of fan commitment there it to this team if you head out to the stands, where you'll be
a part of an exciting tradition of watching the Sox hit the diamond. Come out and see this exciting team on the rise as they
look to make their move on the rest of the A.L. Central, which is definitely within their sights considering their overall
talent level. Once you're there in the middle of a nail-biter that could go either way, you'll definitely be glad that you're
not still sitting at home wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like.
Armed with a talented pitching staff
and some bashers who can change the score of a big game in a real hurry, the White Sox are sure to give their fans plenty
to cheer about as they take aim at the top of the A.L. Central, which is never an easy task thanks to the other strong teams
in the division. The White Sox have big aspirations for the 2015 season, and nothing beats seeing a baseball game in person.
You can count on U.S. Cellular Field to be absolutely hopping with great fans who show up to wave their favorite White Sox
gear, providing the perfect backdrop for all of the biggest home games of the season.
You also don't want to forget
about the road games, however, as seeing the White Sox on the road is something that every fan needs to do sooner or later.
Whether the game is against a division rival like Detroit, Minnesota, Kansas City or Cleveland, or a National League powerhouse
that creates a great matchup, the schedule is absolutely packed to the brim with exciting games that you know you'll want
to be a part of. Though seeing the big game from home is better than nothing, sort of, it's being in the stands with thousands
of your fellow fans that you get the full experience, as this is a game that quickly gets taken to a whole different level.
Chicago White Sox Team Info
The Chicago White Sox play in the American League Central division of Major League
Baseball, a division that also features the Minnesota Twins, Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers. Though
the competition is always steep, this is also a division that has a reputation for being wide open, and you never know which
team is going to come out of nowhere to challenge for the title. The White Sox definitely are one of those teams you have
to keep an eye on thanks to their core of young talent, with superstar-in-the-making Jose Abreu coming off of an unreal rookie
season that has energized the fan base. You also can't forget about hurler Chris Sale, one of the top pitchers in the American
League and the type of guy who can lock up any lineup in baseball. Put it together with some great players throughout the
rest of the roster as well and you'll see why the White Sox fans see a bright future ahead of them.
The MLB Experience
two talented ball clubs take to the diamond for an exciting matchup, there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't
sitting on your couch squinting at that disappointing flatscreen. Baseball has been around for well over a century, giving
it enough time to gain the reputation as one of the most popular sports in the entire world. But even though baseball is now
played at a high level all over the world, Major League Baseball is still the premier league for a reason, and it isn't because
there is a lack of talent on the diamond. Get out and see a great game loaded with memorable moments that you have to see
first-hand to truly appreciate, as this is a game with an intensity level that simply can't be duplicated.
White Sox History
The Chicago White Sox franchise was founded in in 1894, when it was known the Sioux City Cornhuskers.
The following season the team moved to St. Paul, MN and changed their name to the Saints. But after a few years in St. Paul
the team moved to Chicago, where they were known as the Chicago White Stocking until 1901, when they were renamed the White
Sox. The organization has won three World Series titles, the most recent coming in 2005. Over the years, they've also had
plenty of all-time greats, including Shoeless Joe Jackson, Frank Thomas, Ed Walsh, Bobby Thigpen and many more. Thanks to
a promising young team that can do all types of damage if they get rolling, it's a great time to be a part of the White Sox
Chicago White Sox Trivia
Who was the last White Sox pitcher to win the Cy Young?
is Jack McDowell, who dominated his way to his only career Cy Young Award during the 1993 season. That year, McDowell went
22-10 with a 3.37 ERA and a league-high four complete game shutouts. That year, the White Sox also had the MVP, as Frank Thomas
won his first of two that season.
Chicago White Sox Fans
Baseball fans love to get out of their houses
and head to the ballpark at U.S. Cellular Field to be a part of all the action that is Major League Baseball. Chicago White
Sox fans are no different, and this team gets great support for the adoring Sox fans at each and every home game. These fans
love their baseball, and they'll do whatever they can to be there in the stands for as many home games as possible this season.
But the White Sox fans also have a reputation of being well-traveled, and you can find Sox colors on the road all season long
as they hope to continue their winning ways away from U.S. Cellular Field. When you're there during the middle of a nail-biter
that could still go either way, you'll definitely be glad that you grabbed your team gear and made it happen.