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2018 Chicago White Sox season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2018 Chicago White Sox
Chicago White Sox.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record62–100 (.383)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)Jerry Reinsdorf
General manager(s)Rick Hahn
Manager(s)Rick Renteria
Local televisionNBC Sports Chicago
NBC Sports Chicago+
WGN-TV
[1]
(Jason Benetti, Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone, Tom Paciorek)
Local radioWGN-AM
Chicago White Sox Radio Network
(Ed Farmer, Jason Benetti, Darrin Jackson)
WRTO-AM (Spanish)
(Hector Molina, Billy Russo)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2018 Chicago White Sox season was the club's 119th season in Chicago and 118th in the American League. It marked the second season with Rick Renteria as manager of the Sox. The Sox played their home games at Guaranteed Rate Field. After losing to the Red Sox on August 30 they clinched their 6th consecutive losing season and their 11th year without a Postseason Spot. They began their season on March 29 against the Kansas City Royals and finished the season on September 30 against the Minnesota Twins.

At 62-100, the White Sox finished four games ahead of the last-place Royals, had the 3rd worst record in the league, and 29 games behind the Cleveland Indians; it was their first 100-loss season since 1970.

It was the final season for long time PBP announcer Ken Harrelson who retired before the end of the season, and the second of the last for broadcasts on long time FTA broadcaster WGN-TV, the 2018-19 offseason was when it was announced that NBC Sports Chicago, the team's cable partner, will become the de facto official station of the team effective Opening Day 2020 with more game broadcasts there. No plans are yet to be made regarding the team's future free-to-air television broadcasts, through.

Offseason

Transactions

Source[2]

Spring Training

Transactions

Spring Training game log

2018 White Sox Spring Training Game Log: 17–12 (Home: 9–5; Away: 8–7)
February 4–2 (Home: 3–0; Road 1–2)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
1 February 23 @ Dodgers 2:05pm 5–13 Lee (1–0) Danish (0–1) 0–1 6,813 L1
2 February 24 @ Mariners # 2:10pm 5–3 Gómez (1–0) Morin (0–1) Volstad (1) 1–1 5,107 W1
3 February 25 Reds (SS) 2:05pm 8–5 Scahill (1–0) Worley (0–1) Walsh (1) 2–1 2,703 W2
4 February 26 Athletics 2:05pm 7–6 Kopech (1–0) Graveman (0–1) Danish (1) 3–1 2,826 W3
5 February 27 @ Cubs 2:05pm 5–6 Lester (1–0) Fulmer (0–1) De La Cruz (1) 3–2 10,769 L1
6 February 28 Rangers 2:05pm 5–4 Cease (1–0) Sampson (0–1) 4–2 2,360 W1
March: 13–10 (Home: 6–5 ; Away: 7–5)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
7 March 1 @ Reds 2:05pm 7–8 Worley (1–1) Ruiz (0–1) 4–3 2,271 L1
8 March 2 Dodgers # 2:05pm 6–7 Copping (1–0) Walsh (0–1) Istler (1) 4–4 7,423 L2
9 March 3 @ Royals # 2:05pm 9–5 Scahill (2–0) Flynn (1–1) Stephens (1) 5–4 5,793 W1
10 March 4 Padres (SS) 2:05pm 6–7 Lucchesi (1–0) Fulmer (0–2) Aro (1) 5–5 3,777 L1
11 March 5 @ Athletics # 2:05pm 9–9 5–5 4,302 T1
12 March 6 Brewers 2:05pm 6–4 Dunning (1–0) Williams (0–1) Clark (1) 6–5 3,954 W1
13 March 7 Reds 2:05pm 14–12 Jones (1–0) Stephens (0–1) Goldberg (1) 7–5 3,586 W2
14 March 8 @ Rangers 2:05pm 4–5 Barnette (2–0) Stephens (0–1) Scott (1) 7–6 3,739 L1
15 March 8 Royals 2:05pm 0–12 Duffy (1–0) Kopech (1–1) 7–7 3,419 L2
16 March 9 @ Padres 2:10pm 0–2 Richard (1–1) Fulmer (0–3) Makita (1) 7–8 5,331 L3
17 March 10 @ Cubs (SS) 2:05pm 4–4 7–8 15,508 T1
18 March 11 Diamondbacks 3:05pm 6–5 López (1–0) Corbin (0–1) Clark (2) 8–8 7,289 W1
19 March 12 @ Mariners 8:40pm 4–2 Cease (2–0) Gonzales (0–1) Clarkin (1) 9–8 7,287 W2
20 March 14 @ Brewers 3:05pm 3–11 Chacín (2–1) Fulmer (0–4) 9–9 5,497 L1
21 March 15 @ Angels (SS) # 8:10pm 7–2 Giolito (1–0) Bridwell (0–1) 10–9 6,083 W1
22 March 16 Cubs 3:05pm 3–6 Darvish (2–0) López (1–1) Hancock (2) 10–10 13,044 L1
23 March 17 Dodgers # 3:05pm 5–2 González (1–0) Ryu (1–1) Scahill (1) 11–10 13,199 W1
24 March 18 @ Athletics # 3:05pm 0–14 Luzardo (1–0) Shields (0–1) 11–11 6,227 L1
25 March 19 @ Diamondbacks 3:10pm 15–2 Fulmer (1–4) Suárez (1–1) 12–11 10,299 W1
26 March 20 Rangers 3:05pm 10–0 Giolito (2–0) Fister (0–1) 13–11 4,561 W2
27 March 21 Padres 3:05pm 3–4 Perdomo (1–2) López (1–2) Maton (2) 13–12 4,727 L1
28 March 22 @ Diamondbacks 8:40pm 3–1 González (2–0) Walker (1–1) Ross Jr. (1) 14–12 8,576 W1
29 March 23 Mariners # 3:05pm 5–5 14–12 6,173 T1
30 March 24 @ Dodgers # 2:05pm 7–3 Santiago (1–0) Wood (2–1) 15–12 13,160 W1
31 March 25 Brewers 2:05pm 16–1 Volstad (1–0) Ramirez (0–1) 16–12 7,437 W2
32 March 26 @ Knights 5:05pm 9–5 López (2–2) Roach (0–1) 17–12 7,237 W3
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Cancelled/Tie
Bold = White Sox team member, SS=Spilt Squad #=Game Was Not Televised In the Chicago Market

Regular season

Highlights

Season standings

American League Central

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Cleveland Indians 91 71 0.562 49–32 42–39
Minnesota Twins 78 84 0.481 13 49–32 29–52
Detroit Tigers 64 98 0.395 27 38–43 26–55
Chicago White Sox 62 100 0.383 29 30–51 32–49
Kansas City Royals 58 104 0.358 33 32–49 26–55


American League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Boston Red Sox 108 54 0.667
Houston Astros 103 59 0.636
Cleveland Indians 91 71 0.562


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
New York Yankees 100 62 0.617 +3
Oakland Athletics 97 65 0.599
Tampa Bay Rays 90 72 0.556 7
Seattle Mariners 89 73 0.549 8
Los Angeles Angels 80 82 0.494 17
Minnesota Twins 78 84 0.481 19
Toronto Blue Jays 73 89 0.451 24
Texas Rangers 67 95 0.414 30
Detroit Tigers 64 98 0.395 33
Chicago White Sox 62 100 0.383 35
Kansas City Royals 58 104 0.358 39
Baltimore Orioles 47 115 0.290 50


Record against opponents


Source: AL Standings Head-to-head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 3–16 3–4 2–5 2–4 1–6 2–4 1–5 1–6 7–12 1–5 1–6 8–11 3–4 5–14 7–13
Boston 16–3 3–4 3–4 4–2 3–4 5–1 6–0 4–3 10–9 2–4 4–3 11–8 6–1 15–4 16–4
Chicago 4–3 4–3 5–14 7–12 0–7 11–8 2–5 7–12 2–4 2–5 2–4 4–2 4–3 2–4 6–14
Cleveland 5–2 4–3 14–5 13–6 3–4 12–7 3–3 10–9 2–5 2–4 2–5 2–4 4–2 3–4 12–8
Detroit 4–2 2–4 12–7 6–13 1–5 8–11 3–4 7–12 3–4 0–7 3–4 2–4 3–4 4–3 6–14
Houston 6–1 4–3 7–0 4–3 5–1 5–1 13–6 4–2 2–5 12–7 9–10 3–4 12–7 4–2 13–7
Kansas City 4–2 1–5 8–11 7–12 11–8 1–5 1–6 10–9 2–5 2–5 1–5 0–7 2–5 2–5 6–14
Los Angeles 5–1 0–6 5–2 3–3 4–3 6–13 6–1 4–3 1–5 10–9 8–11 1–6 13–6 4–3 10–10
Minnesota 6–1 3–4 12–7 9–10 12–7 2–4 9–10 3–4 2–5 2–5 1–5 3–4 2–4 4–2 8–12
New York 12–7 9–10 4–2 5–2 4–3 5–2 5–2 5–1 5–2 3–3 5–1 10–9 4–3 13–6 11–9
Oakland 5–1 4–2 5–2 4–2 7–0 7–12 5–2 9–10 5–2 3–3 9–10 2–5 13–6 7–0 12–8
Seattle 6–1 3–4 4–2 5–2 4–3 10–9 5–1 11–8 5–1 1–5 10–9 6–1 10–9 3–4 6–14
Tampa Bay 11–8 8–11 2–4 4–2 4–2 4–3 7–0 6–1 4–3 9–10 5–2 1–6 5–1 13–6 7–13
Texas 4–3 1–6 3–4 2–4 4–3 7–12 5–2 6–13 4–2 3–4 6–13 9–10 1–5 3–3 9–11
Toronto 14–5 4–15 4–2 4–3 3–4 2–4 5–2 3–4 2–4 6–13 0–7 4–3 6–13 3–3 13–7

Game log

2018 White Sox Game Log: 62–100 (Home: 30–51; Away: 32–49)
March 2–0 (Home: 0–0; Road 2–0)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
1 March 29 @ Royals 3:15pm 14–7 Shields (1–0) Duffy (0–1) 1–0 36,517 W1
2 March 31 @ Royals 6:15pm 4–3 Farquhar (1–0) Maurer (0–1) Soria (1) 2–0 17,564 W2
April 6–18 (Home: 2–10; Road 4–8)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
April 1 @ Royals 1:15pm Postponed (cold) (Rescheduled for April 28)
3 April 2 @ Blue Jays 6:07pm 2–4 Oh (1–0) Farquhar (0–1) Osuna (2) 2–1 16,629 L1
4 April 3 @ Blue Jays 6:07pm 5–14 Happ (1–1) González (0–1) 2–2 17,451 L2
5 April 4 @ Blue Jays 6:07pm 4–3 Jones (1–0) Tepera (1–1) Soria (2) 3–2 17,268 W1
6 April 5 Tigers 3:10pm 7–9 (10) Jiménez (1–0) Infante (0–1) Greene (1) 3–3 33,318 L1
7 April 7 Tigers 1:10pm 1–6 Fulmer (1–1) Giolito (0–1) 3–4 16,625 L2
8 April 8 Tigers 1:10pm 0–1 Fiers (1–0) López (0–1) Greene (2) 3–5 11,131 L3
9 April 9 Rays 1:10pm 4–5 Archer (1–0) González (0–2) Colomé (2) 3–6 10,377 L4
10 April 10 Rays 1:10pm 5–6 Snell (1–1) Fulmer (0–1) Colomé (3) 3–7 10,069 L5
11 April 11 Rays 1:10pm 2–1 Rondón (1–0) Pruitt (1–1) Jones (1) 4–7 10,431 W1
12 April 12 @ Twins 7:10pm 0–4 Berríos (2–1) Giolito (0–2) 4–8 15,474 L1
April 13 @ Twins 7:10pm Postponed (inclement weather) (rescheduled for June 5)
April 14 @ Twins 1:10pm Postponed (snow) (rescheduled for September 28)
April 15 @ Twins 1:10pm Postponed (snow) (rescheduled for August 20)
13 April 16 @ Athletics 9:05pm 1–8 Mengden (2–2) López (0–2) 4–9 7,479 L2
14 April 17 @ Athletics 9:05pm 2–10 Cahill (1–0) González (0–3) 4–10 46,028 L3
15 April 18 @ Athletics 2:35pm 11–12 (14) Trivino (1–0) Shields (1–1) 4–11 13,321 L4
16 April 20 Astros 7:10pm 0–10 Verlander (3–0) Shields (1–2) 4–12 14,211 L5
17 April 21 Astros 6:10pm 1–10 Keuchel (1–3) Giolito (0–3) 4–13 23,902 L6
18 April 22 Astros 1:10pm 1–7 McCullers Jr. (3–1) Bummer (0–1) 4–14 17,167 L7
19 April 23 Mariners 7:10pm 10–4 Fulmer (1–1) Leake (2–2) Beck (1) 5–14 13,614 W1
20 April 24 Mariners 4:10pm 0–1 Gonzales (2–2) Volstad (0–1) Díaz (9) 5–15 10,761 L1
21 April 25 Mariners 1:10pm 3–4 Hernández (3–2) Shields (1–3) Díaz (10) 5–16 11,417 L2
22 April 26 @ Royals 7:15pm 6–3 Giolito (1–3) Junis (3–2) Soria (3) 6–16 18,315 W1
23 April 27 @ Royals 7:15pm 7–4 (11) Infante (1–1) Hill (0–1) Soria (4) 7–16 15,395 W2
24 April 28 @ Royals 1:15pm 8–0 Fulmer (2–1) Oaks (0–1) 8–16 16,971 W3
25 April 28 @ Royals 7:15pm 2–5 Skoglund (1–2) Covey (0–1) Herrera (5) 8–17 16,070 L1
26 April 29 @ Royals 1:15pm 4–5 McCarthy (2–0) Rondón (1–1) Boyer (1) 8–18 23,892 L2
May 8–19 (Home: 6–8; Road: 2–11)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
27 May 1 @ Cardinals 7:15pm 2–3 Norris (1–0) Soria (0–1) 8–19 38,800 L3
28 May 2 @ Cardinals 12:15pm 2–3 Martínez (3–1) Giolito (1–4) Norris (6) 8–20 37,298 L4
29 May 3 Twins 7:10pm 6–5 Jones (2–0) Reed (0–2) 9–20 13,260 W1
30 May 4 Twins 7:10pm 4–6 Berrios (3-3) Fulmer (2-2) Rodney (4) 9–21 15,935 L1
31 May 5 Twins 6:10pm 4–8 Lynn (1-3) Santiago (0-1) 9–22 23,765 L2
32 May 6 Twins 1:10pm 3–5 Duke (2-1) Rondón (1-2) Rodney (5) 9–23 17,424 L3
33 May 8 Pirates 7:10pm 6–10 Glasnow (1-1) Volstad (0-2) 9–24 12,871 L4
34 May 9 Pirates 1:10pm 5–6 Rodriguez (1-1) Jones (2-1) Vasquez (7) 9–25 12,476 L5
35 May 11 @ Cubs 1:20pm 2–11 Chatwood (3-3) Fulmer (2-3) 9–26 39,585 L6
36 May 12 @ Cubs 1:20pm 4–8 Lester (3-1) Shields (1-4) Morrow (9) 9–27 41,099 L7
37 May 13 @ Cubs 1:20pm 5–3 Giolito (2–4) Hendricks (3–3) Rondón (1) 10–27 40,537 W1
38 May 15 @ Pirates 6:05pm 0–7 Williams (5–2) López (0–3) 10–28 11,847 L1
39 May 16 @ Pirates 11:35am 2–3 Santana (1–0) Soria (0–2) Vázquez (8) 10–29 20,286 L2
40 May 17 Rangers 7:10pm 4–2 Avilán (1–0) Leclerc (1–1) Jones (2) 11–29 17,666 W1
41 May 18 Rangers 7:10pm 5–12 Chavez (2–0) Fulmer (2–4) 11–30 16,373 L1
42 May 19 Rangers 6:10pm 5–3 Giolito (3–4) Jurado (0–1) Jones (3) 12–30 25,611 W1
43 May 20 Rangers 1:10pm 3–0 López (1–3) Minor (3–3) Fry (1) 13–30 16,829 W2
44 May 21 Orioles 7:10pm 2–3 Cashner (2–5) Santiago (0–2) Brach (7) 13–31 11,628 L1
45 May 22 Orioles 7:10pm 3–2 Rondón (2–2) Givens (0–1) Jones (4) 14–31 12,590 W1
46 May 23 Orioles 7:10pm 11–1 Covey (1–1) Cobb (1–6) 15–31 17,056 W2
47 May 24 Orioles 1:10pm 3–9 Bundy (3–6) Giolito (3–5) 15–32 19,147 L1
48 May 25 @ Tigers 6:10pm 4–5 Farmer (1–3) Rondón (2–3) Greene (12) 15–33 24,648 L2
49 May 26 @ Tigers 3:10pm 8–4 Santiago (1–2) Liriano (3–2) 16–33 27,032 W1
50 May 27 @ Tigers 12:10pm 2–3 Hardy (1–0) Shields (1–5) Greene (13) 16–34 23,419 L1
51 May 28 @ Indians 3:10pm 6–9 Plutko (3–0) Volstad (0–3) 16–35 23,729 L2
52 May 29 @ Indians 5:10pm 3–7 Clevinger (4–2) Giolito (3–6) 16–36 30,441 L3
53 May 30 @ Indians 12:10pm 1–9 Kluber (8–2) López (1–4) 16–37 17,930 L4
June 12–17 (Home: 8–9; Road: 4–8)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
54 June 1 Brewers 7:10pm 8-3 Avilán (2–0) Anderson (4-4) 17-37 20,004 W1
55 June 2 Brewers 1:10pm 0-5 Chacín (4-1) Shields (1–6) 17-38 29,281 L1
56 June 3 Brewers 1:10pm 6-1 Volstad (1-3) Suter (5-4) 18-38 25,338 W1
57 June 5 @ Twins 3:10pm 2-4 Duffey (1-1) Jones (2–2) Rodney (13) 18-39 26,261 L1
58 June 5 @ Twins Game 2 6-3 Giolito (4-6) Littell (0-1) Soria (5) 19-39 26,261 W1
59 June 6 @ Twins 7:10pm 5-2 Santiago (2–2) Odorizzi (3-3) Soria (6) 20-39 20,393 W2
60 June 7 @ Twins 12:10pm 2-7 Berríos (7-5) Shields (1–7) 20-40 21,469 L1
61 June 8 @ Red Sox 6:10pm 1-0 Covey (2-1) Sale (5-4) Soria (7) 21-40 36,593 W1
62 June 9 @ Red Sox 3:05pm 2-4 Price (7-4) Rodon (0-1) Kimbrel (20) 21-41 36,675 L1
63 June 10 @ Red Sox 12:05pm 5-2 López (2–4) Porcello (8-3) 22-41 36,998 W1
64 June 11 Indians 7:10pm 0-4 Carrasco (8-4) Giolito (4-7) 22-42 13,125 L1
65 June 12 Indians 7:10pm 5-1 Shields (2-7) Plutko (3-1) Soria (9) 23-42 12,357 W1
66 June 13 Indians 7:10pm 3-2 Covey (3-1) Bauer (5-5) Soria (10) 24-42 19,390 W2
67 June 14 Indians 1:10pm 2-5 Clevinger (5-2) Volstad (1-4) Allen (13) 24-43 17,183 L1
68 June 15 Tigers 7:10pm 3-4 Farmer (2–3) Minaya (0–1) Greene (18) 24-44 22,813 L2
69 June 16 Tigers 1:10pm 5-7 Farmer (3–3) Fry (0–1) Greene (19) 24-45 23,195 L3
70 June 17 Tigers 1:10pm 3–1 Hardy (3-1) Shields (2–8) Jiménez (2) 24-46 26,746 L4
71 June 18 @ Indians 6:10pm 2–6 Bauer (6-5) Covey (3-2) 24-47 17,271 L5
72 June 19 @ Indians 6:10pm 3–6 Clevinger (6-2) Rodon (0-2) Allen (15) 24-48 20,394 L6
73 June 20 @ Indians 12:10pm 0–12 Kluber (11-3) López (2-5) 24-49 23,101 L7
June 21 Athletics 7:10pm Postponed (rain) (Rescheduled for June 22 as part of a doubleheader)
74 June 22 Athletics 3:10pm 2–11 Manaea (7–6) Shields (2–9) 24-50 18,323 L8
75 June 22 Athletics Game 2 6–4 Giolito (5–7) Bassitt (0–3) Soria (11) 25-50 18,323 W1
76 June 23 Athletics 1:10pm 6–7 Trivino (5–1) Minaya Treinen (17) 25-51 20,457 L1
77 June 24 Athletics 1:10pm 10–3 Rodon (1–2) Blackburn 26-51 21,908 W1
78 June 26 Twins 7:10pm 8–4 López (3–5) Lynn (5–6) 27–51 16,276 W2
79 June 27 Twins 7:10pm 6–1 Shields (3–9) Gibson (2–6) 28–51 19,466 W3
80 June 28 Twins 1:10pm 1–2 (13) Busenitz (2–0) Santiago (2–3) 28–52 21,610 L1
81 June 29 @ Rangers 7:05pm 3–11 Gallardo (2–0) Covey (3–3) 28–53 28,156 L2
82 June 30 @ Rangers 8:05pm 4–13 Colón (5–5) Rodon (1–3) 28–54 28,138 L3
July 9–15 (Home: 4–5; Road: 5–10)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
83 July 1 @ Rangers 2:05pm 10–5 López (4–5) Hamels (4–7) Soria (12) 29–54 22,684 W1
84 July 2 @ Reds 6:10pm 3–5 Floro (3–2) Volstad (1–5) Iglesias (16) 29–55 16,727 L1
85 July 3 @ Reds 6:10pm 12–8 (12) Santiago (3–3) Stephens (2–1) 30–55 22,742 W1
86 July 4 @ Reds 6:10pm 4–7 Romano (5–8) Covey (3–4) Hughes (6) 30–56 24,442 L1
87 July 5 @ Astros 7:10pm 3–4 Smith (3–1) Soria (0–3) 30–57 34,955 L2
88 July 6 @ Astros 7:10pm 4–11 McCullers Jr. (10–3) López (4–6) Peacock (2) 30–58 38,153 L3
89 July 7 @ Astros 3:10pm 6–12 Morton (11–2) Shields (3–10) 30–59 39,568 L4
90 July 8 @ Astros 1:10pm 1–2 Keuchel (6–8) Giolito (5–8) Rondón (7) 30–60 41,654 L5
91 July 10 Cardinals 7:10pm 2–14 Mikolas (10–3) Covey (3–5) 30–61 23,245 L6
92 July 11 Cardinals 7:10pm 4–0 Rodon (2–3) Weaver (5–8) Soria (13) 31–61 26,319 W1
93 July 13 Royals 7:10pm 9–6 Shields (4–10) Keller (2–4) Soria (14) 32–61 19,361 W2
94 July 14 Royals 1:10pm 0–5 Duffy (5–8) López (4–7) 32–62 20,159 L1
95 July 15 Royals 1:10pm 10–1 Giolito (6–8) Smith (0–1) 33–62 23,434 W1
89th All-Star Game in Washington, D.C.
96 July 20 @ Mariners 9:10pm 1–3 LeBlanc (6–1) Shields (4–11) Díaz (37) 33–63 43,331 L1
97 July 21 @ Mariners 9:10pm 5–0 Covey (4–5) Hernández (8–8) 34–63 38,186 W1
98 July 22 @ Mariners 3:10pm 2–8 Gonzales (11–5) López (4–8) 34–64 38,207 L1
99 July 23 @ Angels 9:07pm 5–3 Giolito (7–8) Barría (5–7) Soria (15) 35–64 35,285 W1
100 July 24 @ Angels 9:07pm 4–2 Rodon (3–3) Pena (1–1) Soria (16) 36–64 39,937 W2
101 July 25 @ Angels 9:07pm 3–11 Skaggs (8–6) Shields (4–12) 36–65 34,321 L1
102 July 26 @ Angels 3:07pm 8–12 Tropeano (4–5) Covey (4–6) 36–66 33,826 L2
103 July 27 Blue Jays 7:10pm 5-10 Stroman (4-7) López (4-9) 36–67 20,524 L3
104 July 28 Blue Jays 6:10pm 9-5 Minaya (1-2) Tepera (5-4) 37-67 29,442 W1
105 July 29 Blue Jays 1:10pm 4-7 Santos (1-1) Fry (0-2) 37–68 23,836 L1
106 July 31 Royals 7:10pm 2-4 Duffy (7-9) Shields (4-13) Peralta (6) 37–69 15,250 L2
August 17–12 (Home: 6–9; Road: 11–3)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
107 August 1 Royals 7:10pm 5–10 Junis (6–11) Covey (4–7) 37–70 18,019 L3
108 August 2 Royals 1:10pm 6–4 Cedeño (1–0) Adam (0–3) Avilán (1) 38–70 19,682 W1
109 August 3 @ Rays 6:10pm 3–2 (10) Danish (1–0) Alvarado (1–4) Santiago (1) 39–70 16,144 W2
110 August 4 @ Rays 5:10pm 2–1 Cedeño (2–0) Chirinos (0–4) Vieira (1) 40–70 21,214 W3
111 August 5 @ Rays 12:10pm 8–7 Santiago (4–3) Castillo (2–2) 41–70 14,379 W4
112 August 6 Yankees 7:10pm 0–7 Lynn (8–8) Covey (4–8) 41–71 22,084 L1
113 August 7 Yankees 7:10pm 3–4 (13) Gray (9–8) Avilán (2–1) 41–72 19,643 L2
114 August 8 Yankees 7:10pm 3–7 Severino (15–5) Giolito (7–9) 41–73 27,038 L3
115 August 10 Indians 7:10pm 1–0 Fry (1-2) Ramirez (0-2) 42–73 18,772 W1
116 August 11 Indians 6:10pm 1–3 Bauer (12-6) Shields (4-14) Allen (22) 42–74 28,061 L1
117 August 12 Indians 1:10pm 7–9 Carrasco (14-6) Covey (4-9) Allen (23) 42–75 23,853 L2
118 August 13 @ Tigers 6:10pm 5–9 Coleman (4–1) Gómez (0–1) 42–76 20,964 L3
119 August 14 @ Tigers 6:10pm 6–3 Giolito (8–9) Hardy (4–5) Cedeño (1) 43–76 20,661 W1
120 August 15 @ Tigers 12:10pm 6–5 Rodón (4–3) Zimmermann (5–5) Avilán (2) 44–76 23,784 W2
121 August 17 Royals 7:10pm 9–3 Shields (5-14) Hill (1–4) 45–76 24,556 W3
122 August 18 Royals 6:10pm 1–3 Keller (6-5) Covey (4-10) Peralta (8) 45–77 19,018 L1
123 August 19 Royals 1:10pm 7–6 Santiago (5-3) Flynn (3-4) Fry (2) 46–77 22,033 W1
124 August 20 @ Twins 6:10pm 8–5 Giolito (9–9) Gonsalves (0-1) 47–77 23,431 W2
125 August 21 Twins 7:10pm 2–5 May (2–0) Covey (4–11) Rogers (2) 47–78 23,133 L1
126 August 22 Twins 1:10pm 7–3 Rodón (5–3) Gibson (7–10) 48–78 15,160 W1
127 August 23 @ Tigers 12:10pm 2–7 Boyd (8–11) Shields (5–15) 48–79 22,247 L1
128 August 24 @ Tigers 6:10pm 6–3 Vieira (1–0) Jiménez (4–3) 49–79 23,191 W1
129 August 25 @ Tigers 5:10pm 6–1 Giolito (10–9) Carpenter (1–2) 50–79 26,183 W2
130 August 26 @ Tigers 12:10pm 7–2 Kopech (1–0) Zimmermann (6–6) Fry (3) 51–79 34,036 W3
131 August 27 @ Yankees 6:05pm 6–2 Rodón (6–3) Tanaka (9–5) 52–79 41,456 W4
132 August 28 @ Yankees 6:05pm 4–5 Betances (3–4) Covey (4–12) 52–80 40,015 L1
133 August 29 @ Yankees 6:05pm 4–1 López (5–9) Sabathia (7–5) Fry (4) 53–80 40,887 W1
134 August 30 Red Sox 7:10pm 4–9 Brasier (1–0) Vieira (1–1) 53–81 18,015 L1
135 August 31 Red Sox 7:10pm 6–1 Covey (5–12) Eovaldi (5–7) 54–81 23,625 W1
September 8–19 (Home: 4–10; Road: 4–9)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Record Attendance Streak/
Box
136 September 1 Red Sox 6:10pm 1–6 Rodríguez (12–3) Rodón (6–4) 54–82 22,639 L1
137 September 2 Red Sox 1:10pm 8–0 Shields (6–15) Johnson (4–4) 55–82 30,745 W1
138 September 3 Tigers 1:10pm 4–2 Fry (2–2) Greene (2–6) 56–82 15,540 W2
139 September 4 Tigers 7:10pm 3–8 Liriano (4–9) Giolito (10–10) 56–83 13,012 L1
140 September 5 Tigers 7:10pm 2–10 Zimmermann (7–6) Kopech (1–1) 56–84 16,036 L2
141 September 7 Angels 7:10pm 2–5 Peña (2–4) Rodón (6–5) Buttrey (1) 56–85 18,236 L3
142 September 8 Angels 6:10pm 3–12 Shoemaker (2–0) Shields (6–16) 56–86 27,146 L4
143 September 9 Angels 1:10pm 0–1 Heaney (9–9) Hamilton (0–1) Álvarez (1) 56–87 24,020 L5
144 September 10 @ Royals 7:15pm 3–4 (10) Newberry (2–0) Gómez (0–2) 56–88 17,809 L6
145 September 11 @ Royals 7:15pm 3–6 Keller (8–6) Covey (5–13) Peralta (10) 56–89 17,613 L7
146 September 12 @ Royals 7:15pm 4–2 (12) Minaya (2–2) Smith (1–5) Santiago (2) 57–89 17,840 W1
147 September 14 @ Orioles 6:05pm 8–6 Shields (7–16) Ortiz (0–1) Jones (5) 58–89 18,265 W2
148 September 15 @ Orioles 6:05pm 2–0 López (6–9) Ramirez (1–6) Minaya (1) 59–89 23,266 W3
149 September 16 @ Orioles 12:05pm 4–8 Meisinger (1–0) Giolito (10–11) Fry (1) 59–90 19,104 L1
150 September 18 @ Indians 6:10pm 3–5 Kluber (19–7) Rodon (6–6) Miller (2) 59–91 19,277 L2
151 September 19 @ Indians 6:10pm 1–4 Pérez (1–1) Frare (0–1) 59–92 18,263 L3
152 September 20 @ Indians 6:10pm 5–4 (11) Santiago (6–3) Cimber (3–8) 60–92 19,457 W1
153 September 21 Cubs 3:10pm 10–4 López (7–9) Quintana (13–11) 61–92 34,027 W2
154 September 22 Cubs 6:10pm 3–8 Lester (17–6) Giolito (10–12) 61–93 39,724 L1
155 September 23 Cubs 1:10pm 1–6 Hendricks (13–11) Rodon (6–7) 61–94 39,449 L2
156 September 24 Indians 7:10pm 0–4 Kluber (20–7) Hamilton (0–2) 61–95 18,217 L3
157 September 25 Indians 7:10pm 5–4 Hamilton (1–2) Carrasco (16–10) 62–95 17,040 W1
158 September 26 Indians 7:10pm 2–10 Bieber (11–5) Fry (2–3) 62–96 25,598 L1
159 September 28 @ Twins 1:10pm 1–2 Berríos (12–11) López (7–10) May (2) 62–97 20,245 L2
160 September 28 @ Twins 7:10pm 4–12 Jong (1–1) Giolito (10–13) 62–98 28,191 L3
161 September 29 @ Twins 6:10pm 3–8 Gibson (10–13) Rodón (6–8) 62–99 32,717 L4
162 September 30 @ Twins 2:10pm 4–5 Vasquez (1–0) Covey (5–14) May (3) 62–100 30,144 L5
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = White Sox team member

Roster

2018 Chicago White Sox
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Statistics

Batting

Final Stats
Players in bold are on the active roster.

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases; BB = Walks; K = Strikeouts; Avg. = Batting average; OBP = On base percentage; SLG = Slugging percentage;

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB K AVG OBP SLG
Dustin Garneau 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 .500 .667 .500
Ryan LaMarre 33 66 8 20 6 0 2 10 1 2 20 .303 .324 .485
Kevan Smith 52 171 21 50 6 0 3 21 1 10 18 .292 .348 .380

Pitching

(Through September 17, 2017)
Players in bold are on the active roster.

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Charlotte Knights International League Mark Grudzielanek
AA Birmingham Barons Southern League Ryan Newman
A-Advanced Winston-Salem Dash Carolina League Omar Vizquel
A Kannapolis Intimidators South Atlantic League Justin Jirschele
Rookie Great Falls Voyagers Pioneer League Tim Esmay
Rookie AZL White Sox Arizona League
Rookie DSL White Sox Dominican Summer League Julio Valdez

References

  1. ^ Just, David. "White Sox release 2015 broadcast schedule". Chicago Sun-Times. Sun-Times Media. Retrieved March 15, 2015.
  2. ^ "2018 Chicago White Sox Trades and Transactions | Baseball-Reference.com". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved April 12, 2018.
  3. ^ "974 people reportedly attended Monday's White Sox game". SI.com. Retrieved April 12, 2018.
  4. ^ "White Sox, Rays play in front of reported crowd of 974". Sporting News. April 10, 2018. Retrieved April 12, 2018.
  5. ^ "ChiSox C Castillo gets 80-game ban for PEDs". ESPN.com. Retrieved May 31, 2018.

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