White Sox Schedule: Lots of exciting dates and matchups

Vincent Parise
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The Chicago White Sox’ schedule is out and there are so many fun dates and opponents that they will play during this 60 game sprint.

The Chicago White Sox schedule is officially out. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, it looks like this 60 game schedule is at least going to get underway. They will open up against the Minnesota Twins on July 24th at Guaranteed Rate Field for a three-game set against them. That will be followed by a three-game set against the Cleveland Indians. Needless to say, that all-important first week is very tough and the White Sox absolutely needs to be good.

In the middle part of August, the White Sox will have three home games against the St. Louis Cardinals. That is one of the five National League teams they will play this season. One of those three games will be played in Iowa at the Field of Dreams movie sight. It is sure to be a great celebration of the game as we try to have ti back during some really tough times in this country.

The White Sox and Cubs will play each other three times at each park this year. The set at Guaranteed Rate Field will be the final series of the season for both teams. That is very exciting for both teams in the city as both of them figure to be in the playoff race at that point in the season. It may be pivotal for the White Sox to play well against the Cubs to close out the season in order to make it to the playoffs. It feels like that is going to be a really important game for both teams.

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The White Sox will play everyone in the American League and National League Central. That means in addition to the Indians, Twins, Cardinals, and Cubs, they will play the Milwaukee Brewers, Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Kansas City Royals, and Detroit Tigers. Some of those teams are pretty good and others are pretty bad. Either way, in order to be a good team, they need to beat whoever is in their way no matter what kind of team they are. Now that we have a schedule, things can start to be a little more planned out.

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