The Chicago White Sox are going to have to need a drastic turnaround if they plan on getting in on the playoff race. Ten games under .500 and 12.5 games back of the Kansas City Royals in the American League Central division (as of 6/30), the White Sox need July to be their launching pad for their second-half run.
The schedule doesn’t make it easy for the White Sox, who start the month with series against the MLB-best St. Louis Cardinals, AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles and one of the hottest teams in baseball, the Toronto Blue Jays. With information provided by Razorgator.com, below are the most and least expensive Chicago White Sox tickets on the secondary market for the month of July.
Most Expensive: 7/31/2015 | Chicago White Sox vs. New York Yankees | U.S. Cellular Field | Average Price: $215.97 | Get-in Price: $9 | Chicago Parking at ParkWhiz.com: $20
When the Yankees come to town, it usually is a big deal for opposing teams, as they have the most widespread fanbase in the sport. It doesn’t hurt that they aren’t playing bad baseball either, as the Bronx Bombers are a half-game out of first place in their division. Although the game has a high average ticket price at $215.97, there are very affordable get-in prices around $9.
7/28/2015 | Boston Red Sox vs. Chicago White Sox | Fenway Park | Average Price: $171.41 | Get-in Price: $63 | Pedro Martinez Jersey Retirement Ceremony
It’ll be a special day for Red Sox fans when Chicago comes to Fenway Park on July 28, as Pedro Martinez is having his No. 45 retired by the storied Boston franchise. Two days earlier, Martinez is being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, making it a very special week for the dominant right-hander. Martinez pitched in seven seasons for the Red Sox, winning two AL Cy Young awards.
White Sox fans interested in making the trek, not just to see their team hopefully engineer a stretch of winning, but to also see this historic moment in Red Sox history, can also take advantage of great Fenway Park parking deals from ParkWhiz, which features spots beginning as low as $14 for this contest.
Least Expensive: 7/23/2015 | Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox | Progressive Field | Average Price: $41 | Get-in Price: $6
The White Sox are going to have to start beating their most common opponents if the aforementioned turnaround is going to happen. The Indians aren’t too much better than the White Sox, and winning these divisional series can do a lot for a team mentally that is looking for a springboard into bigger things. Thus, this could be one of the most important matchups of the season up to this point.