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The 2015 Chicago White Sox are ready for the season -- and ready to return to the top of the AL Central! Don't miss your chance to see phenoms Chris Sale and Jose Abreu in person! Check out the White Sox' 2015 schedule, find your seats, buy your White Sox tickets, and get out to U.S. Cellular Field this season!

EventDate & Location 
Spring Training: Chicago White Sox vs.
Seattle Mariners
Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, Arizona

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Spring Training: Oakland Athletics vs.
Chicago White Sox
Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Hohokam Park
Mesa, Arizona

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Spring Training: Chicago White Sox vs.
Arizona Diamondbacks
Monday, March 9, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, Arizona

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Spring Training: Kansas City Royals vs.
Chicago White Sox
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Surprise Stadium
Surprise, Arizona

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Spring Training: Chicago White Sox vs.
Texas Rangers
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, Arizona

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Spring Training: Texas Rangers vs.
Chicago White Sox (SS)
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Surprise Stadium
Surprise, Arizona

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Spring Training: Chicago White Sox vs.
San Francisco Giants
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 4:05 PM

Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, Arizona

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Spring Training: Colorado Rockies vs.
Chicago White Sox
Friday, March 13, 2015 at 1:10 PM

Salt River Fields
Scottsdale, Arizona

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Spring Training: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs.
Chicago White Sox (SS)
Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 1:10 PM

Tempe Diablo Stadium
Tempe, Arizona

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Spring Training: Chicago White Sox vs.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Sunday, March 15, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, Arizona

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2014 White Sox Outlook

The Chicago White Sox took a major step back in 2013, winning just 63 games, but are poised to take a major step forward in 2014, and return to contention. Led by ace Chris Sale, the White Sox boast one of baseball's most interesting teams in 2014, as the South Siders aim to return to their recent winning ways.

Chicago brought in a fair amount of young talent throughout the offseason -- and shored up the bullpen as well. The biggest move made by White Sox general manager Rick Hahn was undoubtedly signing Cuban first baseman Jose Abreu to a six-year, $68 million contract, which included a $10-million signing bonus. Whether or not Abreu's success in the Cuban league translates to success with the White Sox remains to be seen, but Chicago was willing to gamble on Abreu's skill-set.

While Abreu represents Chicago's biggest splash of the offseason, Hahn made another significant move -- a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Chicago sent closer Addison Reed and Hector Santiago to the D-Backs in exchange for center fielder Adam Eaton and third baseman Matt Davidson. Eaton was injured for much of 2013, but, was a top 100 prospect entering the season, and should immediately provide the White Sox with an upgrade in center field. Davidson, 23, hit a respectable .280/.350/.481 in 115 games in AAA last season, and hit .237/.333/.434 in 76 major league at bats as well. Davidson should be Chicago's third baseman for the foreseeable future -- and profiles as an occasional All-Star.

The White Sox will need Chris Sale to have another Cy Young-esque season in 2014 if they are to seriously challenge the Detroit Tigers atop the AL Central. ZiPS projects Sale to pitch 204 and 1/3 innings, and to strike out 224 batters en route to a 3.17 ERA. If Sale meets his ZiPS projection, the White Sox will have, at the least, an opportunity to compete in 2014.

Projected White Sox lineup
PlayerPOS.
Tyler FlowersC
Jose Abreu1B
Gordon Beckham2B
Conor Gillaspie3B
Alexi RamirezSS
Alejandro de AzaLF
Adam EatonCF
Avisail GarciaRF
Adam DunnDH
Projected White Sox rotation
Player
Chris Sale
John Danks
Jose Quintana
Erik Johnson
Felipe Paulino
Projected White Sox bullpen
Player
Nate Jones
Matt Lindstrom
Scott Downs
Ronald Belisario
Donnie Veal
Jake Petricka
Mitchell Boggs

White Sox Franchise Facts

  • Year Established: 1901
  • World Series Titles: 1906, 1917, 2005
  • Home Ballpark: U.S. Cellular Field
  • US Cellular Field Capacity: 40,615
  • Manager: Robin Ventura
  • General Manager: Rick Hahn
  • Fun Fact: The team's fight song is "Let's Go, Go-Go White Sox" by Captain Stubby and the Buccaneers.
  • Official White Sox Site

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