White Sox announce 2022 schedule

The White Sox will open the 2022 season at home against the Twins and face the Cubs four times in May.

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Jose Abreu and the White Sox will open the 2022 season at home against the Twins.

Jose Abreu and the White Sox will open the 2022 season at home against the Twins.

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It’s never too soon to look ahead. The White Sox released their 2022 schedule on Wednesday, a slate the opens the season with the Minnesota Twins visiting Guaranteed Rate Field on March 31, four crosstown games against the Cubs and additional interleague games against teams from the National League West.

The annual crosstown series against the Cubs consists of four games, on May 3-4 at Wrigley Field and May 28-29 at Guaranteed Rate Field.

The interleague schedule includes the Dodgers (June 7-9 at Guaranteed Rate Field), Giants (July 1-3 at Oracle Park), Rockies (July 26-27 at Coors Field; September 13-14 at Guaranteed Rate Field), Diamondbacks (weekend of Aug. 26-28 at Guaranteed Rate Field) and San Diego (Sept. 30-Oct. 2 at Petco Park).

The Padres series marks the first time the Sox will end the regular season in a NL ballpark.

At first glance, the May portion of the schedule looks particularly challenging, with seven games against the Yankees, six against the Red Sox and three against the Indians, as well as the Cubs series.

Here is the regular season schedule. Times are TBA. Schedule is subject to change.


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