Chicago White Sox: Ranking nine 2020 opponents

Vincent Parise
SUPRISE, ARIZONA - FEBRUARY 26: Carson Fulmer #51 of the Chicago White Sox pitches during a spring training game against the Kansas City Royals on February 26, 2020 at Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona. (Photo by Ron Vesely/Getty Images)
SUPRISE, ARIZONA - FEBRUARY 26: Carson Fulmer #51 of the Chicago White Sox pitches during a spring training game against the Kansas City Royals on February 26, 2020 at Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona. (Photo by Ron Vesely/Getty Images) /
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5th: Milwaukee Brewers

The Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Brewers seem to have a sense of mutual respect between most of their fans. With that said, it is less than ideal for that agreement that the Brewers are probably going to take a step back in 2020. Obviously, with the short season, that could be put on hold and anything can happen. As of now, they are the fifth-best team that the White Sox will face over this 60 game schedule.

One major loss for the Brewers actually came to the White Sox in the form of Yasmani Grandal. That is going to be a big loss for them and a big gain for the White Sox. The best player on any team that the White Sox are going to face, however, plays for the Brew Crew and his name is Christian Yelich. He is a game-breaking type player that can always make a difference.

For reasons like that, the White Sox still need to be concerned with their best game when they play the Brewers. They also have lots of players that have a winning pedigree no matter what people say about their chances.  This should be a fun series between two teams that hope to be on the playoff bubble this year. Their four games, two at home and two on the road, are back to back in early August.

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