2021 Chicago White Sox: Team Schedule [Tickets Available]
Major League Baseball’s Opening Day is just around the corner! With that being said, it is time to make predictions for each team heading into the 2021 season following a campaign shortened by the pandemic in 2020.
The Chicago White Sox made some big free-agent additions over the course of the offseason. After seven straight losing seasons and no playoff appearances since 2008, the White Sox finished second in the American League Central, earning a wildcard berth in 2020. Looking onto 2021, the battle for the AL Central this upcoming season should be interesting, to say the least.
Here are Chicago’s projected starters.
Chicago White Sox Projected Batting Order:
- OF Luis Robert
- 3B Yoan Moncada
- 1B Jose Abreu
- OF Eloy Jimenez
- SS Tim Anderson
- C Yasmani Grandal
- OF Adam Eaton
- OF Leury Garcia
- 2B Nick Madrigal
Chicago White Sox Projected Starting Rotation:
- SP1: Lucas Giolito
- SP2: Lance Lynn
- SP3: Michael Kopech
- SP4: Dallas Keuchel
- SP5: Dylan Cease
- CL: Liam Hendricks
Chicago White Sox Team Outlook:
Throughout the 2020 offseason, the White Sox did their part to push their team towards success in 2021. Regarding the starting rotation, the south side of Chicago gained an experienced arm by trading starter Dane Dunning to the Rangers for veteran Lance Lynn. Additionally, Chicago gained an elite closer by signing reliever Liam Hendricks via free agency, and later signed starter Carlos Rodon.
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Chicago’s offense is in good shape, considering the team has three future stars in 24-year-old Eloy Jimenez, 23-year-old Luis Roberts, and 25-year-old Yoan Moncada. Their offense also has three bats that have proven successful in shortstop Tim Anderson, catcher Yasmani Grandal and first baseman Jose Abreu. Not to mention, the White Sox were able to acquire Adam Eaton during free agency. The core of this offense is very, very good.
2021 will be the year that the White Sox fight for first place in the division. They have the offensive power along with a strong enough pitching staff to battle amongst the top teams in the American League. Chicago’s new additions will help them push for a World Series title.
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