2022 Chicago White Sox
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Owner(s)Jerry Reinsdorf
General manager(s)Rick Hahn
Manager(s)Tony La Russa (out indefinitely due to medical issues August 31)
Miguel Cairo (August 31–present)
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The 2022 Chicago White Sox season is the club's 123rd season in Chicago, their 122nd in the American League and their 32nd at Guaranteed Rate Field. The White Sox will attempt to repeat as champions of the American League Central division.

On December 2, 2021, Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred announced a lockout of players, following expiration of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the league and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA). On March 10, 2022, the MLB and MLBPA agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, thus ending the lockout. Opening Day was played on April 7.[1] Although MLB previously announced that several series would be cancelled due to the lockout, the agreement provides for a 162-game season, with originally canceled games to be made up via doubleheaders.[2]

Offseason

Lockout

Main article: 2021–22 Major League Baseball lockout

The expiration of the league's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the Major League Baseball Players Association occurred on December 1, 2021 with no new agreement in place.[3] As a result, the team owners voted unanimously to lockout the players stopping all free agency and trades.[4][5]

The parties came to an agreement on a new CBA on March 10, 2022.[6] The scheduled 162-game regular season was agreed to be played in its entirety, with no games cancelled. However, the delayed start to spring training meant that the regular season was postponed from its original March 31st Opening Day to April 7th. For the White Sox, this meant that six games scheduled between March 31st and April 6th were moved to a later date: a three-game home series with the Minnesota Twins that was re-scheduled for October 3rd through October 5th, and a three-game road series with the Kansas City Royals that was made up on three separate dates (May 17th, August 10th, and August 22nd).[7]

Rule changes

Pursuant to the new CBA, several new rules were instituted for the 2022 season. The National League will adopt the designated hitter full-time, a draft lottery will be implemented, the postseason will expand from ten teams to twelve, and advertising patches will appear on player uniforms and helmets for the first time.[8][9]

Transactions

Roster

Active roster Inactive roster Coaches/Other

Pitchers
Starting rotation

Bullpen

Closer(s)

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

60-day injured list



Regular season

American League Central

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Cleveland Guardians 75 65 0.536 35–30 40–35
Chicago White Sox 72 69 0.511 34–36 38–33
Minnesota Twins 69 70 0.496 40–32 29–38
Kansas City Royals 57 84 0.404 18½ 34–41 23–43
Detroit Tigers 54 88 0.380 22 30–42 24–46


American League Wild Card

Division leaders W L Pct.
Houston Astros 91 50 0.645
New York Yankees 85 56 0.603
Cleveland Guardians 75 65 0.536


Wild Card teams
(Top 3 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Seattle Mariners 79 61 0.564
Toronto Blue Jays 79 61 0.564
Tampa Bay Rays 78 61 0.561
Baltimore Orioles 73 67 0.521
Chicago White Sox 72 69 0.511 7
Minnesota Twins 69 70 0.496 9
Boston Red Sox 69 72 0.489 10
Los Angeles Angels 61 80 0.433 18
Texas Rangers 61 80 0.433 18
Kansas City Royals 57 84 0.404 22
Detroit Tigers 54 87 0.383 25
Oakland Athletics 51 90 0.362 28


Records vs. 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 8–7 5–2 3–3 0–3 2–1 4–3 6–1 3–4 5–11 3–4 2–4 9–10 6–0 7–6 10–8
Boston 7–8 2–4 5–2 5–1 4–2 1–3 4–3 3–4 6–7 5–1 6–1 4–12 6–1 3–13 8–10
Chicago 2–5 4–2 6–9 10–3 3–4 9–10 3–4 6–7 3–4 5–2 4–2 4–2 3–4 2–4 8–7
Cleveland 3–3 2–5 9–6 10–9 3–4 8–5 1–4 9–5 1–5 6–1 1–6 2–1 2–1 5–2 12–8
Detroit 3–0 1–5 3–10 9–10 0–5 7–9 3–3 6–10 1–5 2–5 0–3 2–5 4–3 2–5 11–9
Houston 1–2 2–4 4–3 4–3 5–0 5–2 13–6 6–0 5–2 9–6 12–7 0–0 14–5 2–4 9–6
Kansas City 3–4 3–1 10–9 5–8 9–7 2–5 3–3 4–9 1–6 3–3 0–3 3–4 2–4 2–5 7–13
Los Angeles 1–6 3–4 4–3 4–1 3–3 6–13 3–3 2–1 2–4 9–4 7–8 2–5 5–8 3–4 7–13
Minnesota 4–3 4–3 7–6 5–9 10–6 0–6 9–4 1–2 2–5 5–1 4–3 4–2 2–5 4–3 8–12
New York 11–5 7–6 4–3 5–1 5–1 2–5 6–1 4–2 5–2 5–2 2–4 11–8 2–1 9–7 7–8
Oakland 4–3 1–5 2–5 1–6 5–2 6–9 3–3 4–9 1–5 2–5 5–8 3–4 7–10 3–3 4–13
Seattle 4–2 1–6 2–4 6–1 3–0 7–12 3–0 8–7 3–4 4–2 8–5 2–5 12–4 5–2 11–7
Tampa Bay 10–9 12–4 2–4 1–2 5–2 0–0 4–3 5–2 2–4 8–11 4–3 5–2 2–2 6–5 12–8
Texas 0–6 1–6 4–3 1–2 3–4 5–14 4–2 8–5 5–2 1–2 10–7 4–12 2–2 2–4 11–9
Toronto 6–7 13–3 4–2 2–5 5–2 4–2 5–2 4–3 3–4 7–9 3–3 2–5 5–6 4–2 12–6

Updated with the results of all games through September 12, 2022.

Detailed records

Notable Transactions

Achievements

Game log

2022 regular season game log: 72–69 (Home: 33–35; Away: 39–34)
April: 8–12 (Home: 6–5; Away: 2–7)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 April 8 @ Tigers 12:10pm 4–5 Soto (1–0) Hendriks (0–1) 43,480 0–1 L1
2 April 9 @ Tigers 12:10pm 5–2 Cease (1–0) Mize (0–1) Bummer (1) 17,469 1–1 W1
3 April 10 @ Tigers 12:10pm 10–1 Crick (1–0) Skubal (0–1) 15,712 2–1 W2
4 April 12 Mariners 3:10pm 3–2 López (1–0) Brash (0–1) Hendriks (1) 36,948 3–1 W3
5 April 13 Mariners 6:10pm 6–4 Keuchel (1–0) Ray (1–1) Hendriks (2) 12,291 4–1 W4
6 April 14 Mariners 1:10pm 1–5 Gilbert (1–0) Lambert (0–1) 13,391 4–2 L1
7 April 15 Rays 6:10pm 3–2 Cease (2–0) Rasmussen (0–1) Hendriks (3) 19,009 5–2 W1
8 April 16 Rays 1:10pm 3–2 López (2–0) Thompson (1–1) Hendriks (4) 27,113 6–2 W2
9 April 17 Rays 1:10pm 3–9 Mazza (1–0) Velasquez (0–1) 17,798 6–3 L1
April 18 @ Guardians 5:10pm Postponed (Inclement weather, Makeup July 12)
April 19 @ Guardians 5:10pm Postponed (Inclement weather, Makeup April 20)
10 April 20 (1) @ Guardians 2:10pm 1–11 Bieber (1–0) Keuchel (1–1) see 2nd game 6–4 L2
11 April 20 (2) @ Guardians 4:40pm 1–2 Gose (1–0) Lambert (0–2) Clase (1) 9,196 6–5 L3
12 April 21 @ Guardians 12:10pm 3–6 Plesac (1–1) Cease (2–1) Clase (2) 8,345 6–6 L4
13 April 22 @ Twins 7:10pm 1–2 Duffey (1–2) Graveman (0–1) Pagán (2) 14,257 6–7 L5
14 April 23 @ Twins 3:05pm 2–9 Bundy (3–0) Velasquez (0–2) 16,686 6–8 L6
15 April 24 @ Twins 1:10pm 4–6 (10) Smith (1–0) Hendriks (0–2) 16,197 6–9 L7
16 April 26 Royals 6:10pm 0–6 Lynch (2–1) Keuchel (1–2) 12,031 6–10 L8
17 April 27 Royals 1:10pm 7–3 Sousa (1–0) Snider (2–1) Graveman (1) 12,363 7–10 W1
18 April 28 Royals 1:10pm 2–5 (10) Barlow (2–0) Bummer (0–1) Clarke (1) 11,242 7–11 L1
19 April 29 Angels 6:10pm 1–5 Warren (2–0) Giolito (0–1) Iglesias (6) 23,709 7–12 L2
20 April 30 Angels 3:05pm 4–0 Velasquez (1–2) Suárez (0–2) 33,762 8–12 W1
May: 15–12 (Home: 5–8; Away: 10–4)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
21 May 1 Angels 1:10pm 5–6 Lorenzen (3–1) Keuchel (1–3) Tepera (1) 27,664 8–13 L1
22 May 2 Angels 1:10pm 3–0 Cease (3–1) Sandoval (1–1) Hendriks (5) 13,112 9–13 W1
23 May 3 @ Cubs 6:40pm 3–1 López (3–0) Effross (0–1) Hendriks (6) 34,206 10–13 W2
24 May 4 @ Cubs 6:40pm 4–3 Giolito (1–1) Hendricks (1–3) Hendriks (7) 36,755 11–13 W3
25 May 6 @ Red Sox 6:10pm 4–2 Velasquez (2–2) Eovaldi (1–1) Hendriks (8) 30,944 12–13 W4
26 May 7 @ Red Sox 3:10pm 3–1 (10) López (4–0) Barnes (0–3) Hendriks (9) 33,026 13–13 W5
27 May 8 @ Red Sox 10:35am 3–2 Keuchel (2–3) Houck (2–3) Sousa (1) 28,602 14–13 W6
28 May 9 Guardians 7:10pm 9–12 (11) Clase (1–2) Burr (0–1) Stephan (1) 17,168 14–14 L1
29 May 10 Guardians 7:10pm 4–1 Giolito (2–1) Quantrill (1–2) Graveman (2) 16,025 15–14 W1
May 11 Guardians 1:10pm Postponed (COVID–19 positive tests, Makeup July 23)
30 May 12 Yankees 7:10pm 7–15 Loáisiga (1–1) Kelly (0–1) 20,050 15–15 L1
31 May 13 Yankees 7:10pm 4–10 Cole (3–0) Velasquez (2–3) 28,877 15–16 L2
32 May 14 Yankees 6:10pm 3–2 Hendriks (1–2) Chapman (0–1) 32,830 16–16 W1
33 May 15 Yankees 1:10pm 1–5 Cortés Jr. (2–1) Kopech (0–1) 29,500 16–17 L1
34 May 16 @ Royals 7:10pm 5–3 (10) Burr (1–1) Barlow (2–1) Hendriks (10) 12,441 17–17 W1
35 May 17 (1) @ Royals 1:10pm 3–0 Cease (4–1) Heasley (0–2) Hendriks (11) 9,168 18–17 W2
36 May 17 (2) @ Royals 6:10pm 1–2 Singer (1–0) Martin (0–1) Staumont (3) 11,684 18–18 L1
37 May 18 @ Royals 7:10pm 2–6 Snider (3–1) López (4–1) 13,504 18–19 L2
38 May 19 @ Royals 1:10pm 7–4 Sousa (2–0) Speier (0–1) Hendriks (12) 11,784 19–19 W1
May 20 @ Yankees 6:05pm Postponed (Inclement weather, Makeup May 22)
39 May 21 @ Yankees 12:05pm 5–7 Cortés Jr. (3–1) Keuchel (2–4) Holmes (4) 44,001 19–20 L1
40 May 22 (1) @ Yankees 2:05pm 3–1 Graveman (1–1) Chapman (0–2) Hendriks (13) see 2nd game 20–20 W1
41 May 22 (2) @ Yankees 6:08pm 5–0 Kopech (1–1) Loáisiga (1–2) 36,167 21–20 W2
42 May 24 Red Sox 7:10pm 3–16 Pivetta (3–4) Cease (4–2) 21,835 21–21 L1
43 May 25 Red Sox 7:10pm 3–1 Giolito (3–1) Hill (1–2) Hendriks (14) 21,075 22–21 W1
44 May 26 Red Sox 7:10pm 7–16 Schreiber (2–0) Keuchel (2–5) 24,896 22–22 L1
45 May 28 Cubs 6:15pm 1–5 Thompson (5–0) Cueto (0–1) 37,820 22–23 L2
46 May 29 Cubs 1:10pm 5–4 (12) Foster (1–0) Gsellman (0–2) 38,080 23–23 W1
47 May 31 @ Blue Jays 6:07pm 5–6 Gausman (5–3) Giolito (3–2) Romano (16) 25,424 23–24 L1
June: 12–15 (Home: 4–8; Away: 8–7)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
48 June 1 @ Blue Jays 6:07pm 3–7 Stripling (1–1) Kopech (1–2) 23,312 23–25 L2
49 June 2 @ Blue Jays 2:07pm 3–8 Manoah (6–1) Cueto (0–2) 25,250 23–26 L3
50 June 3 @ Rays 6:10pm 3–6 McClanahan (6–2) Martin (0–2) Poche (3) 8,930 23–27 L4
51 June 4 @ Rays 3:10pm 3–2 Crick (2–0) Beeks (1–1) Hendriks (15) 19,452 24–27 W1
52 June 5 @ Rays 12:40pm 6–5 Giolito (4–2) Yarbrough (0–3) Hendriks (16) 11,162 25–27 W2
53 June 7 Dodgers 7:10pm 4–0 Kopech (2–2) Bickford (0–1) 25,625 26–27 W3
54 June 8 Dodgers 7:10pm 1–4 Gonsolin (7–0) Cueto (0–3) Hudson (5) 25,078 26–28 L1
55 June 9 Dodgers 1:10pm 9–11 Graterol (2–2) Cease (4–3) 25,482 26–29 L2
56 June 10 Rangers 7:10pm 8–3 Graveman (2–1) King (1–2) 24,270 27–29 W1
57 June 11 Rangers 1:10pm 9–11 (10) Moore (3–0) Foster (1–1) 30,221 27–30 L1
58 June 12 Rangers 1:10pm 6–8 (12) Barlow (2–1) Foster (1–2) Allard (1) 31,096 27–31 L2
59 June 13 @ Tigers 6:10pm 9–5 Sousa (3–0) García (0–2) 16,634 28–31 W1
60 June 14 @ Tigers 6:10pm 5–1 Cease (5–3) Hutchison (0–4) 16,450 29–31 W2
61 June 15 @ Tigers 12:10pm 13–0 Martin (1–2) Faedo (1–3) 20,726 30–31 W3
62 June 17 @ Astros 7:10pm 3–13 Valdez (7–3) Giolito (4–3) 35,467 30–32 L1
63 June 18 @ Astros 3:10pm 7–0 Cueto (1–3) Verlander (8–3) 36,747 31–32 W1
64 June 19 @ Astros 6:08pm 3–4 Javier (4–3) Kopech (2–3) Pressly (13) 37,709 31–33 L1
65 June 20 Blue Jays 7:10pm 8–7 Lynn (1–0) Berríos (5–3) Kelly (1) 22,842 32–33 W1
66 June 21 Blue Jays 7:10pm 7–6 (12) Velasquez (3–3) Gage (0–1) 20,529 33–33 W2
67 June 22 Blue Jays 1:10pm 5–9 Stripling (4–2) Giolito (4–4) 19,406 33–34 L1
68 June 23 Orioles 7:10pm 0–4 Kremer (2–1) Cueto (1–4) López (12) 22,431 33–35 L2
69 June 24 Orioles 7:10pm 1–4 Krehbiel (3–3) Kopech (2–4) López (13) 27,943 33–36 L3
70 June 25 Orioles 1:10pm 2–6 Watkins (1–1) Lynn (1–1) 29,282 33–37 L4
71 June 26 Orioles 1:10pm 4–3 Cease (6–3) Lyles (4–7) Graveman (3) 29,191 34–37 W1
72 June 27 @ Angels 8:38pm 3–4 Syndergaard (5–6) López (4–2) Iglesias (14) 21,973 34–38 L1
73 June 28 @ Angels 8:38pm 11–4 Cueto (2–4) Ortega (1–3) 23,979 35–38 W1
74 June 29 @ Angels 8:38pm 1–4 Ohtani (7–4) Kopech (2–5) Iglesias (15) 27,612 35–39 L1
July: 16–11 (Home: 7–6; Away: 9–5)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
75 July 1 @ Giants 9:15pm 1–0 Banks (1–0) Doval (2–4) Graveman (4) 35,266 36–39 W1
76 July 2 @ Giants 3:05pm 5–3 Cease (7–3) Webb (7–3) Graveman (5) 30,804 37–39 W2
77 July 3 @ Giants 3:05pm 13–4 Giolito (5–4) Hjelle (0–1) 30,155 38–39 W3
78 July 4 Twins 7:10pm 3–6 (10) Pagán (3–3) Kelly (0–2) 32,483 38–40 L1
79 July 5 Twins 7:10pm 2–8 Winder (4–2) Kopech (2–6) 18,566 38–41 L2
80 July 6 Twins 1:10pm 9–8 (10) Ruiz (1–0) Morán (0–1) 18,393 39–41 W1
81 July 7 Tigers 7:10pm 1–2 Brieske (2–6) Cease (7–4) Soto (17) 21,876 39–42 L1
82 July 8 Tigers 7:10pm 5–7 Skubal (6–7) Giolito (5–5) Fulmer (2) 29,215 39–43 L2
83 July 9 Tigers 1:10pm 8–0 Cueto (3–4) Hill (1–1) 29,215 40–43 W1
84 July 10 Tigers 1:10pm 4–2 Graveman (3–1) Fulmer (2–3) Hendriks (17) 31,072 41–43 W2
85 July 11 @ Guardians 6:10pm 4–8 Quantrill (5–5) Lynn (1–2) 13,655 41–44 L1
86 July 12 (1) @ Guardians 1:10pm 1–4 Bieber (4–5) Martin (1–3) 11,342 41–45 L2
87 July 12 (2) @ Guardians 6:10pm 7–0 Cease (8–4) Pilkington (1–2) 11,750 42–45 W1
88 July 13 @ Guardians 6:10pm 2–1 Giolito (6–5) Hentges (2–2) Hendriks (18) 13,987 43–45 W2
89 July 14 @ Twins 6:40pm 12–2 Cueto (4–4) Gray (4–3) 26,907 44–45 W3
90 July 15 @ Twins 7:10pm 6–2 Kopech (3–6) Pagán (3–4) 27,021 45–45 W4
91 July 16 @ Twins 1:10pm 3–6 Bundy (6–4) Lynn (1–3) Durán (6) 28,514 45–46 L1
92 July 17 @ Twins 1:10pm 11–0 Cease (9–4) Archer (2–4) 23,225 46–46 W1
July 19 92nd All-Star Game in Los Angeles, CA
93 July 22 Guardians 7:10pm 2–8 Quantrill (7–5) Giolito (6–6) 31,379 46–47 L1
94 July 23 (1) Guardians 12:10pm 4–7 Stephan (4–3) Hendriks (1–3) Clase (20) 18,518 46–48 L2
95 July 23 (2) Guardians 6:15pm 5–4 Kelly (1–2) Shaw (4–2) Foster (1) 26,329 47–48 W1
96 July 24 Guardians 1:10pm 6–3 Cease (10–4) Bieber (4–6) 30,831 48–48 W2
97 July 26 @ Rockies 7:40pm 2–1 Kopech (4–6) Márquez (6–8) Hendriks (19) 40,233 49–48 W3
98 July 27 @ Rockies 2:10pm 5–6 Stephenson (2–1) Graveman (3–2) 30,731 49–49 L1
99 July 29 Athletics 7:10pm 3–7 Kaprielian (2–5) Lynn (1–4) 28,503 49–50 L2
100 July 30 Athletics 6:15pm 3–2 Hendriks (2–3) Jackson (2–3) 28,142 50–50 W1
101 July 31 Athletics 1:10pm 4–1 Cease (11–4) Oller (1–4) Hendriks (20) 30,028 51–50 W2
August: 13–16 (Home: 8–7; Away: 5–9)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
102 August 1 Royals 7:10pm 1–2 Lynch (4–7) Kopech (4–7) Barlow (17) 17,500 51–51 L1
103 August 2 Royals 7:10pm 9–2 Giolito (7–6) Keller (5–12) 24,361 52–51 W1
104 August 3 Royals 1:10pm 4–1 Lynn (2–4) Singer (4–4) Hendriks (21) 19,753 53–51 W2
105 August 4 @ Rangers 7:05pm 2–3 Burke (6–2) Cueto (4–5) Hernández (2) 20,972 53–52 L1
106 August 5 @ Rangers 7:05pm 2–1 Cease (12–4) Otto (4–8) Hendriks (22) 25,470 54–52 W1
107 August 6 @ Rangers 6:05pm 0–8 Dunning (2–6) Kopech (4–8) 38,275 54–53 L1
108 August 7 @ Rangers 1:35pm 8–2 Giolito (8–6) Howard (2–4) 29,579 55–53 W1
109 August 9 (1) @ Royals 4:10pm 2–4 Singer (5–4) Lynn (2–5) Cuas (1) see 2nd game 55–54 L1
110 August 9 (2) @ Royals 6:30pm 3–2 Martin (2–3) Heasley (1–7) Hendriks (23) 12,700 56–54 W1
111 August 10 @ Royals 7:10pm 3–8 Staumont (3–1) Diekman (5–2) 15,463 56–55 L1
112 August 11 @ Royals 1:10pm 3–5 Greinke (4–7) Cease (12–5) Barlow (18) 10,009 56–56 L2
113 August 12 Tigers 6:10pm 2–0 López (5–2) Lange (4–3) Hendriks (24) 33,015 57–56 W1
114 August 13 Tigers 6:10pm 6–4 Giolito (9–6) Jiménez (3–2) Hendriks (25) 29,458 58–56 W2
115 August 14 Tigers 1:10pm 5–3 Lynn (3–5) Alexander (2–7) Graveman (6) 32,154 59–56 W3
116 August 15 Astros 7:10pm 4–2 Cueto (5–5) Montero (4–2) Hendriks (26) 18,205 60–56 W4
117 August 16 Astros 7:10pm 4–3 Lambert (1–2) Neris (4–4) Hendriks (27) 23,476 61–56 W5
118 August 17 Astros 7:10pm 2–3 Valdez (12–4) Kopech (4–9) Pressly (24) 24,671 61–57 L1
119 August 18 Astros 1:10pm 5–21 García (10–8) Giolito (9–7) 24,407 61–58 L2
120 August 19 @ Guardians 6:10pm 2–5 McKenzie (9–9) López (5–3) Clase (28) 25,521 61–59 L3
121 August 20 @ Guardians 6:10pm 2–0 Cueto (6–5) Bieber (8–7) Hendriks (28) 26,179 62–59 W1
August 21 @ Guardians 12:40pm Postponed (Inclement weather, Makeup September 15)
122 August 22 @ Royals 7:10pm 4–6 Garrett (3–1) Kelly (1–3) Barlow (20) 8,471 62–60 L1
123 August 23 @ Orioles 6:05pm 3–5 Voth (4–1) Cease (12–6) Bautista (9) 12,954 62–61 L2
124 August 24 @ Orioles 6:05pm 5–3 Giolito (10–7) Watkins (4–4) 12,565 63–61 W1
125 August 25 @ Orioles 6:05pm 3–4 (11) Bautista (4–3) Diekman (5–3) 13,905 63–62 L1
126 August 26 Diamondbacks 7:10pm 2–7 Henry (3–2) Cueto (6–6) 33,054 63–63 L2
127 August 27 Diamondbacks 6:10pm 5–10 Kelly (11–5) Martin (2–4) 25,837 63–64 L3
128 August 28 Diamondbacks 1:10pm 2–3 Ramirez (5–4) Graveman (3–3) Kennedy (9) 29,781 63–65 L4
129 August 30 Royals 7:10pm 7–9 Cuas (3–2) Giolito (10–8) 17,130 63–66 L5
130 August 31 Royals 7:10pm 4–2 Lynn (4–5) Bubic (2–10) Hendriks (29) 17,168 64–66 W1
September: 8–3 (Home: 3–1; Away: 5–2)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
131 September 1 Royals 1:10pm 7–1 Cueto (7–6) Mengden (0–1) 15,257 65–66 W2
132 September 2 Twins 7:10pm 4–3 Hendriks (3–3) López (4–7) 24,818 66–66 W3
133 September 3 Twins 6:10pm 13–0 Cease (13–6) Mahle (6–8) 31,655 67–66 W4
134 September 4 Twins 1:10pm 1–5 Bundy (8–6) Giolito (10–9) 32,305 67–67 L1
135 September 5 @ Mariners 5:40pm 3–2 Lynn (5–5) Gonzales (10–13) Hendriks (30) 37,109 68–67 W1
136 September 6 @ Mariners 8:40pm 0–3 Gilbert (12–5) Cueto (7–7) Sewald (18) 17,958 68–68 L1
137 September 7 @ Mariners 3:10pm 9–6 Bummer (1–1) Castillo (7–3) Hendriks (31) 15,264 69–68 W1
138 September 8 @ Athletics 8:40pm 14–2 Cease (14–6) Sears (5–2) 4,591 70–68 W2
139 September 9 @ Athletics 8:40pm 5–3 Bummer (2–1) Puk (3–2) Hendriks (32) 11,494 71–68 W3
140 September 10 @ Athletics 3:07pm 10–2 Lynn (6–5) Martínez (4–4) 11,107 72–68 W4
141 September 11 @ Athletics 3:07pm 3–10 Irvin (8–11) Cueto (7–8) 11,701 72–69 L1
142 September 13 Rockies 7:10pm
143 September 14 Rockies 7:10pm
144 September 15 @ Guardians 1:10pm
145 September 16 @ Tigers 6:10pm
146 September 17 @ Tigers 5:10pm
147 September 18 @ Tigers 12:10pm
148 September 20 Guardians 7:10pm
149 September 21 Guardians 7:10pm
150 September 22 Guardians 7:10pm
151 September 23 Tigers 7:10pm
152 September 24 Tigers 6:10pm
153 September 25 Tigers 1:10pm
154 September 27 @ Twins 6:40pm
155 September 28 @ Twins 6:40pm
156 September 29 @ Twins 12:10pm
157 September 30 @ Padres 8:40pm
October: 0–0 (Home: 0–0; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Time (CT) Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
158 October 1 @ Padres 7:40pm
159 October 2 @ Padres 3:10pm
160 October 3 Twins 7:10pm
161 October 4 Twins 7:10pm
162 October 5 Twins 3:10pm
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = White Sox team member

Statistics

Batting

(through September 8, 2022)
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; TB = Total Bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB K AVG OBP SLG TB
José Abreu 136 522 75 162 32 0 14 65 0 56 98 .310 .383 .452 236
Tim Anderson 79 332 50 100 13 0 6 25 13 14 55 .301 .339 .395 131
Elvis Andrus 19 79 12 23 4 0 4 15 1 4 14 .291 .325 .494 39
Jake Burger 51 168 20 42 9 1 8 26 0 10 56 .250 .302 .458 77
Adam Engel 102 219 29 50 12 1 2 15 12 11 68 .228 .275 .320 70
Leury García 92 295 37 63 8 0 3 20 2 7 64 .214 .237 .271 80
Romy González 15 56 11 19 3 0 2 9 0 2 15 .339 .356 .500 28
Yasmani Grandal 80 271 12 55 6 0 4 23 1 39 66 .203 .307 .269 73
Josh Harrison 104 337 43 83 16 2 6 24 1 19 61 .246 .309 .359 121
Adam Haseley 14 21 4 5 0 0 0 2 0 3 7 .238 .333 .238 5
Eloy Jiménez 63 215 27 65 7 0 11 38 0 23 50 .302 .372 .488 105
Reese McGuire 53 151 12 34 9 0 0 10 0 6 33 .225 .261 .285 43
Danny Mendick 31 97 22 28 4 1 3 15 1 7 23 .289 .343 .443 43
Yoán Moncada 83 308 31 65 12 1 9 45 0 28 91 .211 .280 .344 106
Mark Payton 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .– 1.000 .– 0
Carlos Pérez 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250 .250 .250 1
A. J. Pollock 116 409 51 99 24 1 11 47 1 29 84 .242 .293 .386 158
Luis Robert 92 363 54 107 18 0 12 56 11 17 71 .295 .331 .444 161
Gavin Sheets 102 311 27 78 18 0 12 44 0 24 67 .251 .308 .424 132
Lenyn Sosa 11 35 3 4 1 0 1 1 0 1 12 .114 .139 .229 8
Andrew Vaughn 113 438 55 124 26 1 15 65 0 26 77 .283 .333 .450 197
Seby Zavala 52 160 19 45 13 0 2 20 0 17 57 .281 .354 .400 64
TEAM TOTALS 138 4791 595 1252 235 8 125 565 43 344 1069 .261 .317 .392 1878

Source[32]

Pitching

(through September 8, 2022)
Players in bold are on the active roster.
Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; WHIP = Walks plus hits per inning pitched; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA WHIP G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Tanner Banks 1 0 3.26 1.21 32 0 0 47.0 40 24 17 17 40
Aaron Bummer 1 1 3.38 1.66 21 0 1 18.2 21 10 7 10 23
Ryan Burr 1 1 6.00 1.33 8 0 0 9.0 8 7 6 4 7
Dylan Cease 14 6 2.06 1.07 28 28 0 162.0 107 47 37 66 206
Kyle Crick 2 0 4.02 1.34 14 0 0 15.2 10 7 7 11 19
Johnny Cueto 7 7 2.87 1.18 21 20 0 135.0 129 47 43 30 85
Jake Diekman 0 2 5.73 2.18 16 0 0 11.0 15 8 7 9 19
Matt Foster 1 2 4.40 1.33 48 0 1 45.0 43 25 22 17 42
Lucas Giolito 10 9 5.21 1.50 25 25 0 133.0 150 81 77 50 147
Kendall Graveman 3 3 2.54 1.32 56 0 6 56.2 53 21 16 22 57
Josh Harrison 0 0 18.00 3.67 3 0 0 3.0 9 6 6 2 2
Liam Hendriks 3 3 3.31 1.10 49 0 31 49.0 42 21 18 12 72
Joe Kelly 1 3 7.28 1.75 35 1 1 29.2 31 25 24 21 38
Dallas Keuchel 2 5 7.88 2.16 8 8 0 32.0 49 33 28 20 20
Michael Kopech 4 9 3.78 1.22 24 24 0 114.1 83 51 48 57 102
Jimmy Lambert 1 2 2.61 1.29 32 2 0 38.0 33 12 11 16 35
Reynaldo López 5 3 3.15 1.01 50 1 0 54.1 45 22 19 10 57
Lance Lynn 5 5 4.34 1.10 16 16 0 91.1 86 50 44 14 102
Davis Martin 2 4 4.09 1.25 10 5 0 44.0 40 22 20 15 30
José Ruiz 1 0 4.27 1.41 55 0 0 52.2 47 26 25 27 58
Anderson Severino 0 0 6.14 1.50 6 0 0 7.1 7 5 5 4 9
Bennett Sousa 3 0 8.41 1.72 25 0 1 20.1 25 20 19 10 12
Vince Velasquez 3 3 5.37 1.29 21 8 0 62.0 61 39 37 19 51
TEAM TOTALS 70 68 3.96 1.30 138 138 41 1231.0 1134 609 541 463 1233

Source[32]

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Charlotte Knights Triple-A East Julio Mosquera (acting)
AA Birmingham Barons Double-A South Justin Jirschele
High-A Winston-Salem Dash High-A East Lorenzo Bundy
A Kannapolis Cannon Ballers Low-A East Guillermo Quiróz
Rookie ACL White Sox Arizona Complex League Pat Leyland
Rookie DSL White Sox Dominican Summer League Angel Rosario

Awards and honors

Dylan Cease was the recipient of the American League Pitcher of the Month Award for the month of June. Cease posted a 2-1 record in the month of June as a starter, with a 0.33 ERA in 27.1 innings pitched, 45 strikeouts, and an opponent batting average of .192.[33] Cease became the first White Sox pitcher to earn the honor since Lucas Giolito back in May 2019. Cease would then go on to win Pitcher of the Month again in the month of July after recording a 5-1 record, striking out 40 batters in 35.2 innings pitched, and allowing only three earned runs.[34] It was the first time ever a White Sox pitcher won the award in back-to-back months, and the first time any pitcher in Major League Baseball accomplished such a feat since Jack Flaherty in August and September 2019.

Johnny Cueto earned American League Player of the Week honors for the period of August 15th to August 21st. Cueto went 2-0 as a starter that week while posting a 0.54 ERA in 16 2/3 innings of work. [35]

On June 30th, Tim Anderson was announced as one of the two finalists for the starting American League shortstop position in Major League Baseball's 2022 All-Star Game fan voting. Anderson finished as one of the two top vote-getters in that position, alongside Bo Bichette of the Toronto Blue Jays.[36] Anderson defeated Bichette in the final voting on July 8th, becoming the first White Sox shortstop to earn a starting spot at the All-Star Game since Luis Aparicio in 1970.[37]

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