The Chicago White Sox have had an interesting season. At the beginning of the year, expectations were low. The Detroit Tigers have firmly planted their flag as the team to beat in the AL Central, and the Cleveland Indians were able to get a wild card berth in 2013. The upstart Kansas City Royals also showed quite a bit of promise in 2013, so it looked as though the White Sox would be battling the Twins for fourth place.
As we sit here in August, the White Sox do in fact sit in fourth place, but there has been much reason for promise. Chris Sale has solidified himself as a bonafide ace, with an ERA just a shade over 2.00 and a WHIP below 1.00. In addition, other young players have impressed, including third basemen Conor Gillaspie who sports a batting average north of .300 and offseason acquisition Adam Eaton who also is batting over .300 with an OPS just below .800.
But the big reason for promise has been the incredible play of Jose Abreu, the Cuban sensation who has already belted more than 30 home runs this season in under 100 games. Abreu appears to be the centerpiece of their offense that they have missed since the days of Paul Konerko’s dominance and fans are eagerly awaiting to see his career unfold.
For the time being, fans can buy White Sox tickets to see Abreu flash his brilliance for extremely low prices. For every remaining series this year, tickets are available for less than $10, including series against the AL Central leading Detroit Tigers and the Al West leading Oakland Athletics. The cheapest game is currently the series finale against the A’s on September 11th, with tickets available for $5 and an average ticket price of just $47.
With Sale, Gillaspie, Eaton, and Abreu leading the way, chances are the White Sox are going to be abck in the thick of the pennant run sooner than later, so now might be the best chance you have to see them perform for cheap ticket prices! Browse Coast to Coast Tickets today and grab you seats for 2014!