The White Sox were surprisingly terrible in 2023, and it is hard to imagine them improving dramatically next year.
In a disappointing turn of events, the Chicago White Sox (61-101) concluded the 2023 season with an atrocious record, signaling the need for a comprehensive rebuild. The season unfolded as a tumultuous journey, marred by inconsistent performances and setbacks that left the team far from its competitive aspirations of reaching the playoffs.
As the South Siders face the stark reality of a subpar season, the focus shifts towards strategic reconstruction. The White Sox, once contenders, must now reevaluate their roster, player development, and managerial approach to lay the groundwork for a more promising future. The 2023 campaign serves as a catalyst for a deliberate and transformative process as the organization seeks to rise from the ashes and re-establish itself as a force in the seasons ahead down the road.
Month By Month
Spring Training and March
Chicago compiled a 12-14 record in Spring Training before splitting a pair of games with the Houston Astros to open the season at 1-1. an Opening Day win could not portend such a poor season to come.
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