While the Chicago White Sox have struggled this season, it’s never too early to look at next year. On Tuesday, the White Sox announced their tentative 2016 schedule.
The team will open the 2016 campaign on the road with a four-game series in Oakland vs. the Athletics. The season will kickoff April 4th and the team will return to Chicago for the home opener vs. the Cleveland Indians on April 8th.
Here's your 2016 #WhiteSox schedule!
Schedule subject to change. Times & broadcast will be released at a later date. pic.twitter.com/fpHYk1lHbS
— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) September 8, 2015
The Crosstown Classic will continue in 2016 as the Chicago Cubs will visit U.S. Cellular Field on July 25 & 26. The White Sox will then head across town to Wrigley Field to continue the series on July 27 & 28.
The interleague schedule for the White Sox will have them hosting the Washington Nationals (June 7-9), the Atlanta Braves (July 8-10) and Philadelphia Phillies(Aug. 23-24). They will then play on the road against the New York Mets (May 30-June 1), Miami Marlins (Aug. 12-14) and Philadelphia Phillies (Sept. 20-21).