First Goal is Accomplished: Next goal? Win the AL Central. | @whitesox THE WHITE SOX COME BACK TO WIN AND CLINCH A PLAYOFF SPOT In dramatic fashion, the Chicago White Sox come back late in the ballgame to win the series against the Minnesota Twins and become the first American League team to clinch a playoff berth, the Sox’s first since 2008!
Even though we couldn’t be together at the ballpark this afternoon for this momentous occasion, your presence was still felt, White Sox fans! Below are just a few examples of the best fans in baseball sharing their excitement with us.
A tribute to José Abreu, the frontrunner as the American League’s best player, is the latest Breaking T masterpiece Ironic, I got word of this shirt just as José Abreu was homering and singling in runs in today’s game.
The Chicago White Sox are a part of the best division in baseball. The Chicago White Sox are going to be in the 2020 postseason. It has been tough and there is still a long way to go, but this has come while playing in the best division in all of baseball.
The Chicago White Sox have a chance (again) to clinch a postseason berth this afternoon. Last night, the Chicago White Sox didn’t take care of their business against the Minnesota Twins in their third game of a four-game series.
Pinky Promise: The White Sox will clinch a playoff spot, but it will not be tonight. | Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images Clinching a playoff spot is postponed to tomorrow The Chicago White Sox will clinch the playoffs at some point this week, but tonight, they stall and take the loss against the Minnesota Twins.
Dane Dunning With a 32-16 record with only 12 games left to play, we know the White Sox will make the American League playoffs in 2020. And we know that, ideally, Lucas Giolito and Dallas Keuchel will start Games 1 and 2 of the postseason.
Every MLB franchise except for the San Diego Padres has had at least one pitcher toss a no-no at some point in the team's history. Can you name the last person to throw a no-hitter for each team? We're looking for solo no-hitters only, not combined no-hitters. Five minutes are on the clock.