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White Sox announce 2019 broadcast schedule

The Chicago White Sox, NBC Sports Chicago, WGN-TV, WGN Radio AM 720 and WRTO-AM 1200/Univision Radio have announced the team's television and radio broadcast schedules for the 2019 season.

NBC Sports Chicago and NBC Sports Chicago+ will televise 106 White Sox games in 2019, beginning with Opening Day on March 28 at Kansas City (3:15 p.m. CDT). NBC Sports Chicago also will broadcast the home opener at Guaranteed Rate Field on April 4 vs. Seattle (1:10 p.m.), and one of the four games of the Crosstown series on June 19 (7:05 p.m.) at Wrigley Field.

The Chicago White Sox, NBC Sports Chicago, WGN-TV, WGN Radio AM 720 and WRTO-AM 1200/Univision Radio have announced the team's television and radio broadcast schedules for the 2019 season.

NBC Sports Chicago and NBC Sports Chicago+ will televise 106 White Sox games in 2019, beginning with Opening Day on March 28 at Kansas City (3:15 p.m. CDT). NBC Sports Chicago also will broadcast the home opener at Guaranteed Rate Field on April 4 vs. Seattle (1:10 p.m.), and one of the four games of the Crosstown series on June 19 (7:05 p.m.) at Wrigley Field.

WGN-TV will air 55 White Sox games this season, opening with its first telecast on March 31 at Kansas City (1:15 p.m.). WGN-TV also will televise two of the four Sox-Cubs match-ups, airing the games on June 18 (7:05 p.m.) at Wrigley Field and July 7 at Guaranteed Rate Field (1:10 p.m.).

The White Sox-Cubs game on July 6 at Guaranteed Rate Field (6:15 p.m.) will be broadcast nationally on FOX. Additional national broadcast games include July 13 at Oakland on Fox Sports 1 (locally on NBC Sports Chicago) and April 1 at Cleveland on ESPN (locally on WGN-TV).

All NBC Sports Chicago, NBC Sports Chicago+ and WGN telecasts will be available in high definition. All out-of-market White Sox games also are available live via MLB.TV across its more than 400 supported devices.

NBC Sports Chicago will air the following holiday games: Memorial Day, May 27 vs. Kansas City (1:10 p.m.), Father's Day, June 16 vs. the Yankees (1:10 p.m.), Independence Day, July 4 vs. Detroit (1:10 p.m.), Labor Day, September 2 at Cleveland (6:10 p.m.) and Remembrance Day, September 11 vs. Kansas City (7:10 p.m.). WGN-TV will broadcast the game on Mother's Day, May 12 at Toronto (12:07 p.m.).

Steve Stone, who enters his 11th season in the television booth and 12th with the club, will continue to provide fans with the color analysis during the season. Jason Benetti, who begins his fourth year with the Sox, will handle play-by-play duties alongside Stone for the 2019 season.

WGN Radio, entering its second year as the White Sox flagship radio station, will broadcast all 162 games. The on-air duo of former Sox pitcher Ed Farmer (play-by-play) and former outfielder Darrin Jackson (analyst) returns for its 11th season together.  

WRTO-AM 1200/Univision Radio returns for its fifth consecutive year as the Spanish-language radio home of White Sox baseball following a seven-year run from 2005-11. WRTO-AM will broadcast all 81 Sox home games during the 2019 season. Héctor Molina (play-by-play) and Billy Russo (color analyst) return as the club's Spanish-language broadcast team.

Game times and television networks are subject to change.

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White Sox to honor Harold Baines on August 11

Additional promotions added to White Sox schedule, including Harold Baines Hall of Fame replica plaque giveaways

CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox will honor baseball great Harold Baines and his induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Harold Baines Day, presented by Xfinity, on Sunday, August 11 vs. Oakland.

Fans will celebrate the six-time All-Star during a special pregame ceremony. The first 20,000 fans to enter the ballpark will take home a Harold Baines Hall of Fame Replica Plaque giveaway, presented by Xfinity.

CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox will honor baseball great Harold Baines and his induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Harold Baines Day, presented by Xfinity, on Sunday, August 11 vs. Oakland.

Fans will celebrate the six-time All-Star during a special pregame ceremony. The first 20,000 fans to enter the ballpark will take home a Harold Baines Hall of Fame Replica Plaque giveaway, presented by Xfinity.

Baines will be the 15th person (with the White Sox serving as the player's "primary team," according to the Baseball Hall of Fame) in White Sox history to be elected into the Hall of Fame on Sunday, July 21. During his 22-season career, he hit .289 (2,866-9,908) with 488 doubles, 49 triples, 384 home runs, 1,628 RBI, 1,299 runs scored and 1,062 walks over 2,830 games. He received the 1989 A.L. Silver Slugger Award for designated hitters and finished in the Top Ten of the A.L. Most Valuable Player voting twice (1983 and 1985). The left-handed slugger is the only player in major-league history to make 1,000 appearances as a designated hitter and play at least 1,000 games at another position.

Additional promotions now featured on the 2019 schedule include:

• Father's Day and White Sox Golf Polo, presented by Coca-Cola, on June 16 vs. the New York Yankees (first 10,000 fans who enter the ballpark)

• White Sox 312 Hat, presented by Goose Island, on June 29 vs. Minnesota (first 10,000 fans over the age of 21 who enter the ballpark)

•"Field of Dreams" Post-Game Movie Screening, presented by Securian Financial, on August 9 vs. Oakland

• Halfway to St. Patrick's Day on September 28 vs. Detroit

The White Sox also unveiled designs for the following giveaways:

• Chicago-Themed Jersey, presented by NBC Sports Chicago, on June 1 vs. Cleveland (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)

• Disco Demolition 40-Anniversary Commemorative Free T-Shirt Thursday on June 13 vs. the New York Yankees (first 10,000 fans who enter the ballpark)

The promotional schedule can be found at whitesox.com/promos. New for the 2019 season, mobile tickets will be the preferred method of entry to Guaranteed Rate Field for single-game ticket purchasers. Print-at-home (PDF) tickets will no longer be an option for tickets purchased online. Fans can receive their tickets through smartphones, White Sox Ticket Office Will Call or by mail (additional fees will apply for hard copy tickets). For more information about mobile ticketing and how to access tickets on your smartphone, visit whitesox.com/mobiletickets.

Single game tickets will be on sale for the general public at 10 a.m. tomorrow on whitesox.com or by calling 312-674-1000. Full season, 40 and 20-game ticket plans as well as Pick 10 plans are available now, featuring the best seats at the best prices with flexible payment options. Beginning March 4, the Guaranteed Rate Field ticket office will be open seven days a week. Ticket office hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets will not be available for purchase in person at the Guaranteed Rate Field ticket office until March 4.

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White Sox individual game tickets on sale Feb. 13

White Sox offer mobile-ticket entry beginning in 2019 season

Individual game tickets to 2019 Chicago White Sox home games at Guaranteed Rate Field go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, February 13, on whitesox.com or by calling 866-SOX-GAME.
 
Prior to the general on-sale date, special pre-sale opportunities include: 
 
Season Ticket Holders Pre-Sale: White Sox season ticket holders with premium seating, full season and 40-game plans will be the first to have access to individual game tickets through an online pre-sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 8. Fans with 20-game and Pick 10 plans, as well as group customers, will have access to an online pre-sale at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 11.
Whitesox.com Black List Pre-Sale: Members of the Black List -- the free and official whitesox.com fan resource providing breaking news, video alerts, special ticket offers, upcoming game details and more delivered directly to fans' inboxes -- will have access to an online pre-sale at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 12.
  
New for the 2019 season, mobile tickets will be the preferred method of entry to Guaranteed Rate Field for single-game ticket purchasers. Print-at-home (PDF) tickets will no longer be an option for tickets purchased online. Fans can receive their tickets through smartphones, White Sox Ticket Office Will Call or by mail (additional fees will apply for hard copy tickets). For more information about mobile ticketing and how to access tickets on your smartphone, visit whitesox.com/mobiletickets.  
 
Fans still have the opportunity to become members of the whitesox.com Black List at no charge by registering at whitesox.com/blacklist. In order to qualify for the special Black List pre-sale, fans must sign up by 10 p.m. on Sunday, February 10. 
 
The White Sox schedule and promotional dates are available on the website. Full details on all individual game ticket pre-sales can be found at whitesox.com/presales
 
Beginning March 4, the Guaranteed Rate Field ticket office will be open seven days a week. Ticket office hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets will not be available for purchase in person at the Guaranteed Rate Field ticket office until March 4.
 
Full season, 40 and 20-game ticket plans as well as Pick 10 plans are available now, featuring the best seats at the best prices with flexible payment options. For more information, fans should visit whitesox.com or call 312-674-1000.

Individual game tickets to 2019 Chicago White Sox home games at Guaranteed Rate Field go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, February 13, on whitesox.com or by calling 866-SOX-GAME.
 
Prior to the general on-sale date, special pre-sale opportunities include: 
 
Season Ticket Holders Pre-Sale: White Sox season ticket holders with premium seating, full season and 40-game plans will be the first to have access to individual game tickets through an online pre-sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 8. Fans with 20-game and Pick 10 plans, as well as group customers, will have access to an online pre-sale at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 11.
Whitesox.com Black List Pre-Sale: Members of the Black List -- the free and official whitesox.com fan resource providing breaking news, video alerts, special ticket offers, upcoming game details and more delivered directly to fans' inboxes -- will have access to an online pre-sale at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 12.
  
New for the 2019 season, mobile tickets will be the preferred method of entry to Guaranteed Rate Field for single-game ticket purchasers. Print-at-home (PDF) tickets will no longer be an option for tickets purchased online. Fans can receive their tickets through smartphones, White Sox Ticket Office Will Call or by mail (additional fees will apply for hard copy tickets). For more information about mobile ticketing and how to access tickets on your smartphone, visit whitesox.com/mobiletickets.  
 
Fans still have the opportunity to become members of the whitesox.com Black List at no charge by registering at whitesox.com/blacklist. In order to qualify for the special Black List pre-sale, fans must sign up by 10 p.m. on Sunday, February 10. 
 
The White Sox schedule and promotional dates are available on the website. Full details on all individual game ticket pre-sales can be found at whitesox.com/presales
 
Beginning March 4, the Guaranteed Rate Field ticket office will be open seven days a week. Ticket office hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets will not be available for purchase in person at the Guaranteed Rate Field ticket office until March 4.
 
Full season, 40 and 20-game ticket plans as well as Pick 10 plans are available now, featuring the best seats at the best prices with flexible payment options. For more information, fans should visit whitesox.com or call 312-674-1000.

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White Sox, Goose Island Beer Company announce new fan experience

Official craft beer partner teams up with White Sox to transform right-field sections, creating "The Goose Island" at Guaranteed Rate Field

The Chicago White Sox and Goose Island Beer Company announce a new space in right field, which will be called "The Goose Island," set to debut in the 2019 season. The remodeled section will be surrounded by running water fixtures along all four sides, giving the space the "island" in its name.

"The Goose Island" transforms two outfield seating sections into a new space, featuring a variety of seating options. Rows will include field-level views, group party areas and individual seating as well as a fun, social space in a few standing-room rows near the outfield concourse. All areas of "The Island" will have in-seat service. A total of 326 seats will be available in the section.

The Chicago White Sox and Goose Island Beer Company announce a new space in right field, which will be called "The Goose Island," set to debut in the 2019 season. The remodeled section will be surrounded by running water fixtures along all four sides, giving the space the "island" in its name.

"The Goose Island" transforms two outfield seating sections into a new space, featuring a variety of seating options. Rows will include field-level views, group party areas and individual seating as well as a fun, social space in a few standing-room rows near the outfield concourse. All areas of "The Island" will have in-seat service. A total of 326 seats will be available in the section.

The first few rows of "The Goose Island" will provide a modernized experience for fans with leather cushion seats complete with armrests and cup holders, device charging ports, television screens and shelves for storage. Seats for this area include in-seat service and $20 of loaded value with each ticket to be spent in-park on food, beverages or merchandise from the White Sox.

As part of the partnership, Goose Island also will receive naming rights to the bar area next to the visiting bullpen, which will be known as the Goose Island Craft Kave, and a walk-up bar accessible from the 100-level outfield concourse. Within the outfield concourse area, a 10-foot Goose Island tap handle statute will be featured overlooking the ballpark.

Goose Island will continue to receive in-market retail promotions, including a digital activation with White Sox social media during the 2019 season. Goose Island also is a part of the Chicago White Sox Charities corporate partners program.

"It feels like a dream come true to bring Goose Island to the pride of the South Side," said Todd Ahsmann, President of Goose Island Beer Co. "I've been a huge fan my entire life and can't wait to celebrate in this new space. With great beer and promising team on the field, what's not to look forward to?"

"'The Goose Island' and the Goose Island Craft Kave are going to be 'must-visit' spots for every fan who attends a White Sox game," said Brooks Boyer, White Sox Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Goose Island shares our passion for delivering a completely unique fan experience and this new section will not only add to the unique look of Guaranteed Rate Field, but also offer a cool game-viewing experience."

Founded by John Hall, the Goose Island Beer Company has been brewing award-winning beers in Chicago since 1988. Along with the production brewery and Taproom on Fulton and Wood Streets, the brewing company operates the original Goose Island Brewhouse in Lincoln Park as well as the renowned barrel-aging warehouse at 605 North Sacramento Boulevard. Goose Island prides itself on brewing a portfolio of world-class beers and bringing people together to share in the enjoyment of great beer.

For more information about "The Goose Island" and how to secure seats in the new space, please call 312-674-1000 or visit whitesox.com.

 

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Chicago White Sox announce SoxFest 2019 sold out

27th annual fan family-friendly event on January 25-27 is sold out; schedule features Hall of Famers, All-Stars and more

Chicago White Sox announced the schedule of activities and appearances for the sold-out SoxFest 2019 - presented by Beggars Pizza, the Chicago Auto Show, Guaranteed Rate, NBC Sports Chicago and WGN-TV. The three-day annual fan gathering at the Hilton Chicago on January 25-27 features special autograph, photo and question-and-answer sessions with current White Sox players, former greats, prospects, broadcasters and front office staff.

SoxFest features the following popular fan highlights:

Chicago White Sox announced the schedule of activities and appearances for the sold-out SoxFest 2019 - presented by Beggars Pizza, the Chicago Auto Show, Guaranteed Rate, NBC Sports Chicago and WGN-TV. The three-day annual fan gathering at the Hilton Chicago on January 25-27 features special autograph, photo and question-and-answer sessions with current White Sox players, former greats, prospects, broadcasters and front office staff.

SoxFest features the following popular fan highlights:

• Expanded interactive activities for the youngest Sox fans, including a kids-only autograph and photograph stage, registration for the free Kids Club, the Kids Club press conference, White Sox Youth Academy clinics with current and former team members, an array of fun contests and more.

• Photo and autograph areas with opportunities to meet the players. White Sox players will sign more than 22,000 autographs and pose for more than 4,400 photos with fans over the weekend.

The sold-out SoxFest Premium Upgrade Package includes exclusive access to unique opportunities, including: a private autograph session with Eloy Jiménez, a private seminar with newly elected Hall-of-Famer Harold Baines moderated by Ken "Hawk" Harrelson and a private photo session with Tim Anderson. The package also includes four speed passes that fans can use for premium autograph sessions without waiting in line for scheduled guests like José Abreu, Harold Baines, Ozzie Guillén, Eloy Jiménez, Michael Kopech, Yoán Moncada, Luis Robert, Yolmer Sánchez, Dewayne Wise and more!

The complete schedule for SoxFest weekend (subject to change) and more information are available at whitesox.com/soxfest.

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White Sox invite 20 players to Spring Training

The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on minor-league contracts with the following six free agents: right-handed pitcher Randall Delgado, infielder Ryan Goins, right-hander Evan Marshall, infielder D.J. Peterson, right-hander Donn Roach and infielder Matt Skole.
 
All six players, in addition to 14 others from within the organization, have received non-roster invites to the club's spring training camp in Glendale, Ariz.
 
Right-handed pitchers Jimmy Lambert and Zach Thompson, left-handers Bernardo Flores, Jordan Guerrero and Colton Turner, catchers Zack Collins, Alfredo González and Nate Nolan, infielders Nick Madrigal and Danny Mendick, and outfielders Luis González, Luis Robert, Blake Rutherford and Charlie Tilson received invites to major-league camp from within the system. Four of the 14 organizational invitees are currently rated among the club's Top 10 prospects by Baseball America and MLB.com entering the 2019 season.
 
Pitchers and catchers report to spring training on Wednesday, February 13, including physicals and a workout. Position players will report and undergo physicals on Monday, February 18. The first full-squad workout also takes place on the 18th.
 
The White Sox begin the 2019 Cactus League season on Saturday, February 23 with split-squad games vs. the Dodgers at Camelback Ranch-Glendale (home team) and at Oakland in Mesa.
 
Below is notable information for the White Sox 20 non-roster invitees:
 
•    C Zack Collins: Ranked by MLB.com as the No. 8 prospect in the White Sox system; was selected by the Sox in the first round (10th overall) of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    RHP Randall Delgado: Has gone 30-29 with a 4.10 ERA (247 ER/542.2 IP) and 465 strikeouts in 271 career games (53 starts) over eight major-league seasons with Atlanta (2011-12) and Arizona (2013-18).
 
•    LHP Bernardo Flores: Recorded a 2.65 ERA (46 ER/156.0 IP) in 25 starts between Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham last season; was selected by the White Sox in the seventh round of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    INF Ryan Goins: Has appeared in 490 career games over six major-league seasons with Toronto (2013-17) and Kansas City (2018).
 
•    C Alfredo González: Spent most of the 2018 season with Class AA Birmingham and Class AAA Charlotte; made his major-league debut with the White Sox on May 26, 2018 at Detroit.
 
•    OF Luis González: Rated by Baseball America as the No. 9 Prospect in the White Sox system; combined to hit .307 (148-482) with 40 doubles, five triples, 14 home runs, 71 RBI, 10 stolen bases and a .369 on-base percentage in 117 games between Class A Kannapolis and Class A Winston-Salem in 2018; was selected by the Sox in the third round of the 2017 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    LHP Jordan Guerrero: Combined to go 10-8 with a 4.76 ERA (69 ER/130.1 IP) and 120 strikeouts in 26 outings (25 starts) between Class AA Birmingham and Class AAA Charlotte in 2018; was selected by the White Sox in the 15th round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    RHP Jimmy Lambert: Went 8-8 with a 3.76 ERA (39 ER/95.2 IP) and 110 strikeouts (10.3 per 9.0 IP) in 18 starts between Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham in 2018; was selected by the White Sox in the fifth round of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    INF Nick Madrigal: Rated by Baseball America as the No. 4 prospect in the White Sox system; hit .303 (47-155) with seven doubles, 16 RBI, eight stolen bases, seven walks and just five strikeouts in 43 games last season in his professional debut; did not strike out in his first 72 professional plate appearances; was selected by Chicago in the first round (fourth overall) of the 2018 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    INF Danny Mendick: Was a Southern League midseason All-Star in 2018; led Class AA Birmingham in stolen bases (20) and runs scored (62); was selected by the White Sox in the 22nd round of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    RHP Evan Marshall: Has appeared in 101 career games over five major-league seasons with Arizona (2014-16), Seattle (2017) and Cleveland (2018).
 
•    C Nate Nolan: Appeared in 50 games with Class A Winston-Salem last season; was selected by the White Sox in the eighth round of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    INF D.J. Peterson: Has played in 635 career minor-league games in the Seattle (2013-17), White Sox (2017) and Cincinnati (2018) organizations.
 
•    RHP Donn Roach: Made 16 appearances (15 starts) with Class AAA Charlotte in 2018 before finishing his season with Orix in the Japan Pacific League; has appeared in 21 major-league games (two starts) with San Diego (2014), the Cubs (2015) and Seattle (2016).
 
•    OF Luis Robert: Rated by Baseball America as the No. 5 Prospect in the White Sox system; played for Glendale in the 2018 Arizona Fall League and was selected to the AFL All-Prospects team; was signed by the Sox as a minor-league free agent from Cuba on May 27, 2017.
 
•    OF Blake Rutherford: Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 8 prospect in the White Sox system; spent 2018 with Class A Winston-Salem; ranked second in the Carolina League in RBI (78) and hits (131) and was named to the CL postseason All-Star team; was acquired from the Yankees as part of a seven-player deal on July 18, 2017.
 
•    INF Matt Skole: Spent most of the 2018 season with Class AAA Charlotte but made his major-league debut with the White Sox in May.
 
•    RHP Zach Thompson: Went 6-1 with a 2.51 ERA (13 ER/75.1 IP), 76 strikeouts and just four home runs allowed in 43 relief appearances between Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham; was selected by the White Sox in the fifth round of the 2014 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    OF Charlie Tilson: Split the 2018 season between the White Sox and Class AAA Charlotte; was outrighted to Charlotte on January 16, 2019.
 
•   LHP Colton Turner: Was 7-4 with a 2.92 ERA (16 ER/64.2 IP), four saves and 65 strikeouts (9.0 per 9.0 IP) in 37 games (three starts) between Class AA Birmingham and Class AAA Charlotte in 2018; was acquired from Toronto in exchange for catcher Dioner Navarro on August 26, 2016.

The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on minor-league contracts with the following six free agents: right-handed pitcher Randall Delgado, infielder Ryan Goins, right-hander Evan Marshall, infielder D.J. Peterson, right-hander Donn Roach and infielder Matt Skole.
 
All six players, in addition to 14 others from within the organization, have received non-roster invites to the club's spring training camp in Glendale, Ariz.
 
Right-handed pitchers Jimmy Lambert and Zach Thompson, left-handers Bernardo Flores, Jordan Guerrero and Colton Turner, catchers Zack Collins, Alfredo González and Nate Nolan, infielders Nick Madrigal and Danny Mendick, and outfielders Luis González, Luis Robert, Blake Rutherford and Charlie Tilson received invites to major-league camp from within the system. Four of the 14 organizational invitees are currently rated among the club's Top 10 prospects by Baseball America and MLB.com entering the 2019 season.
 
Pitchers and catchers report to spring training on Wednesday, February 13, including physicals and a workout. Position players will report and undergo physicals on Monday, February 18. The first full-squad workout also takes place on the 18th.
 
The White Sox begin the 2019 Cactus League season on Saturday, February 23 with split-squad games vs. the Dodgers at Camelback Ranch-Glendale (home team) and at Oakland in Mesa.
 
Below is notable information for the White Sox 20 non-roster invitees:
 
•    C Zack Collins: Ranked by MLB.com as the No. 8 prospect in the White Sox system; was selected by the Sox in the first round (10th overall) of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    RHP Randall Delgado: Has gone 30-29 with a 4.10 ERA (247 ER/542.2 IP) and 465 strikeouts in 271 career games (53 starts) over eight major-league seasons with Atlanta (2011-12) and Arizona (2013-18).
 
•    LHP Bernardo Flores: Recorded a 2.65 ERA (46 ER/156.0 IP) in 25 starts between Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham last season; was selected by the White Sox in the seventh round of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    INF Ryan Goins: Has appeared in 490 career games over six major-league seasons with Toronto (2013-17) and Kansas City (2018).
 
•    C Alfredo González: Spent most of the 2018 season with Class AA Birmingham and Class AAA Charlotte; made his major-league debut with the White Sox on May 26, 2018 at Detroit.
 
•    OF Luis González: Rated by Baseball America as the No. 9 Prospect in the White Sox system; combined to hit .307 (148-482) with 40 doubles, five triples, 14 home runs, 71 RBI, 10 stolen bases and a .369 on-base percentage in 117 games between Class A Kannapolis and Class A Winston-Salem in 2018; was selected by the Sox in the third round of the 2017 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    LHP Jordan Guerrero: Combined to go 10-8 with a 4.76 ERA (69 ER/130.1 IP) and 120 strikeouts in 26 outings (25 starts) between Class AA Birmingham and Class AAA Charlotte in 2018; was selected by the White Sox in the 15th round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    RHP Jimmy Lambert: Went 8-8 with a 3.76 ERA (39 ER/95.2 IP) and 110 strikeouts (10.3 per 9.0 IP) in 18 starts between Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham in 2018; was selected by the White Sox in the fifth round of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    INF Nick Madrigal: Rated by Baseball America as the No. 4 prospect in the White Sox system; hit .303 (47-155) with seven doubles, 16 RBI, eight stolen bases, seven walks and just five strikeouts in 43 games last season in his professional debut; did not strike out in his first 72 professional plate appearances; was selected by Chicago in the first round (fourth overall) of the 2018 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    INF Danny Mendick: Was a Southern League midseason All-Star in 2018; led Class AA Birmingham in stolen bases (20) and runs scored (62); was selected by the White Sox in the 22nd round of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    RHP Evan Marshall: Has appeared in 101 career games over five major-league seasons with Arizona (2014-16), Seattle (2017) and Cleveland (2018).
 
•    C Nate Nolan: Appeared in 50 games with Class A Winston-Salem last season; was selected by the White Sox in the eighth round of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    INF D.J. Peterson: Has played in 635 career minor-league games in the Seattle (2013-17), White Sox (2017) and Cincinnati (2018) organizations.
 
•    RHP Donn Roach: Made 16 appearances (15 starts) with Class AAA Charlotte in 2018 before finishing his season with Orix in the Japan Pacific League; has appeared in 21 major-league games (two starts) with San Diego (2014), the Cubs (2015) and Seattle (2016).
 
•    OF Luis Robert: Rated by Baseball America as the No. 5 Prospect in the White Sox system; played for Glendale in the 2018 Arizona Fall League and was selected to the AFL All-Prospects team; was signed by the Sox as a minor-league free agent from Cuba on May 27, 2017.
 
•    OF Blake Rutherford: Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 8 prospect in the White Sox system; spent 2018 with Class A Winston-Salem; ranked second in the Carolina League in RBI (78) and hits (131) and was named to the CL postseason All-Star team; was acquired from the Yankees as part of a seven-player deal on July 18, 2017.
 
•    INF Matt Skole: Spent most of the 2018 season with Class AAA Charlotte but made his major-league debut with the White Sox in May.
 
•    RHP Zach Thompson: Went 6-1 with a 2.51 ERA (13 ER/75.1 IP), 76 strikeouts and just four home runs allowed in 43 relief appearances between Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham; was selected by the White Sox in the fifth round of the 2014 First-Year Player Draft.
 
•    OF Charlie Tilson: Split the 2018 season between the White Sox and Class AAA Charlotte; was outrighted to Charlotte on January 16, 2019.
 
•   LHP Colton Turner: Was 7-4 with a 2.92 ERA (16 ER/64.2 IP), four saves and 65 strikeouts (9.0 per 9.0 IP) in 37 games (three starts) between Class AA Birmingham and Class AAA Charlotte in 2018; was acquired from Toronto in exchange for catcher Dioner Navarro on August 26, 2016.

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White Sox announce 2019 Spring Training broadcast schedule

Spring Training games to be featured on TV, radio & whitesox.com

CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox, NBC Sports Chicago, WGN-TV and WGN Radio AM 720 have announced the team's 2019 Spring Training television, radio and webcast schedule.

The White Sox will have six Cactus League games televised from Arizona (five on NBC Sports Chicago; one on WGN), and 11 additional webcasts on whitesox.com. WGN Radio, the club's flagship radio station, will air 11 games. In addition, NBC Sports Chicago will provide a live stream of its White Sox Spring Training telecasts to authenticated subscribers via the "MyTeams by NBC Sports" app and at NBCSportsChicago.com.

CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox, NBC Sports Chicago, WGN-TV and WGN Radio AM 720 have announced the team's 2019 Spring Training television, radio and webcast schedule.

The White Sox will have six Cactus League games televised from Arizona (five on NBC Sports Chicago; one on WGN), and 11 additional webcasts on whitesox.com. WGN Radio, the club's flagship radio station, will air 11 games. In addition, NBC Sports Chicago will provide a live stream of its White Sox Spring Training telecasts to authenticated subscribers via the "MyTeams by NBC Sports" app and at NBCSportsChicago.com.

The Sox will present full webcasts of 11 Spring Training games on whitesox.com, which are available free to all fans. The Spring Training webcasts begin Saturday, February 23 at 2:05 p.m. CST when the White Sox open the Cactus League schedule vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers. Russ Langer returns for his ninth spring as the play-by-play voice.

The first televised Spring Training game is on WGN-TV on Friday, March 15 at 3:05 p.m. CDT when the White Sox play host to the Cubs at Camelback Ranch - Glendale. NBC Sports Chicago will televise the first of its five spring games on Saturday, March 16 vs. the Dodgers at 3:05 p.m. CDT.

Jason Benetti and Steve Stone will work all six televised games in their fourth Spring Training together as the White Sox broadcast team. Benetti is set to begin his fourth season with the Sox, while Stone enters his 12th year with the club.

WGN Radio broadcasts the first of its 11 games with the White Sox spring opener on Saturday, February 23 vs. the Dodgers. WGN Radio also will air both White Sox vs. Cubs match ups on Sunday, March 3 at Sloan Park and Friday, March 15 at Camelback Ranch. Ed Farmer and Darrin Jackson return as the on-air tandem. Farmer is entering his 28th season in the radio booth, while Jackson will begin his 20th year as a Sox broadcaster.

White Sox 2019 Spring Training broadcast schedule
(All times CT)

Saturday, Feb. 23: vs. Dodgers (ss), Glendale -- Radio: WGN, Online: whitesox.com, 2:05 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 25: vs. Giants, Scottsdale -- Radio: WGN 2:05 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 26: vs. Royals, Glendale -- Online: whitesox.com, 2:05 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 27: vs. Reds, Glendale -- Online: whitesox.com, 2:05 p.m.
Saturday, March 2: vs. Rockies, Glendale -- Online: whitesox.com, 2:05 p.m.
Monday, March 4: vs. Angels, Glendale -- Radio: WGN, Online: whitesox.com, 2:05 p.m.
Tuesday, March 5: vs. Padres (ss), Glendale -- Online: whitesox.com, 2:05 p.m.
Thursday, March 7: vs. Brewers, Glendale -- Radio: WGN, Online: whitesox.com, 2:05 p.m.
Sunday, March 10: vs. Athletics, Glendale -- Radio: WGN, Online: whitesox.com, 3:05 p.m.
Tuesday, March 12: Mariners (ss), Glendale -- Online: whitesox.com, 3:05 p.m.
Friday, March 15: vs. Cubs, Glendale -- TV: WGN, Radio: WGN, 3:05 p.m.
Saturday, March 16: vs. Dodgers, Glendale -- TV: NBCSCH, 3:05 p.m.
Sunday, March 17: vs. D-backs, Scottsdale -- Radio: WGN, 3:10 p.m.
Monday, March 18: vs. Giants, Glendale -- Radio: WGN, Online: whitesox.com, 3:05 p.m.
Tuesday, March 19: vs. Reds, Goodyear -- TV: NBCSCH, Radio: WGN, 8:05 p.m.
Wednesday, March 20: vs. D-backs, Glendale -- TV: NBCSCH, 3:05 p.m.
Thursday, March 21: vs. Rangers, Glendale -- Online: whitesox.com, 3:05 p.m.
Friday, March 22: vs. Angels, Tempe -- TV: NBCSCH, 3:10 p.m.
Sunday, March 24: vs. Indians, Glendale -- TV: NBCSCH, Radio: WGN, 2:05 p.m.

Additional information regarding Spring Training broadcasts and tickets at CR-G can be found at whitesox.com/spring.

Chicago White Sox

White Sox announce 2019 player development staff

The Chicago White Sox have announced their player development staff and assignments for the 2019 season under Chris Getz, who is entering his third year as the organization's director of player development.
 
Mark Grudzielanek (Class AAA Charlotte), Omar Vizquel (Class AA Birmingham), Justin Jirschele (Class A Winston-Salem), Ryan Newman (Class A Kannapolis) and Tim Esmay (Advanced Rookie Great Falls) return as managers from last season. Vizquel (2018 with Winston-Salem, including postseason), Jirschele (2018 with Kannapolis, including postseason) and Newman (2018 with Birmingham) will be at the helm of new clubs in 2019. Ever Magallanes will lead the Arizona Rookie League White Sox after overseeing the club's Dominican Academy in 2017-18.
 
Pitching coaches for the 2018 season include returning staffers Steve McCatty (Charlotte), Richard Dotson (Birmingham), Matt Zaleski (Winston-Salem), José Bautista (Kannapolis), John Ely (Great Falls) and Felipe Lira (AZL). Everett Teaford and J.R. Perdew will serve as assistant pitching coordinators while Kirk Champion returns as director of minor-league pitching instruction.
 
Former major-leaguers Frank Menechino (hitting coach at Charlotte) and Wes Helms (coach at Birmingham) will enter their first season in the White Sox system. Menechino served as the hitting coach for the Miami Marlins from 2014-18 following a seven-year, major-league career with Oakland (1999-2004) and Toronto (2004-05). He was selected by Chicago in the 1993 amateur draft and played five seasons in its minor-league system (1993-97). Helms served as the bench coach for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs in the Philadelphia organization last season. He spent 13 years in the majors with Atlanta (1998, 2000-02), Milwaukee (2003-05), Florida (2006, '08-11) and the Phillies (2007).
 
Other coordinators returning to the organization include Doug Sisson (field coordinator), Mike Gellinger (hitting coordinator), John Orton (catching coordinator) and Aaron Rowand (outfield/baserunning coordinator). 
 
Following are the White Sox full player development assignments for 2019:
 
PLAYER DEVELOPMENT INSTRUCTORS
Director of Player Development: Chris Getz
Field Coordinator: Doug Sisson
Director of Minor League Pitching Instruction: Kirk Champion
Assistant Pitching Coordinator: Everett Teaford
Assistant Pitching Coordinator: J.R. Perdew
Hitting Coordinator: Mike Gellinger
Hitting Analytics Instructor: Matt Lisle
Catching Coordinator: John Orton
Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator: Aaron Rowand
Leadership and Development Coordinator: Ben Broussard
Strength and Conditioning Coordinator: Dale Torborg
Medical Coordinator: Scott Takao
Physical Therapist/Rehab Coordinator: Derek Garris
 
ASSISTANTS TO PLAYER DEVELOPMENT
Assistant, Player Development: Rafael Santana
Assistant, Player Development: Tommy Thompson
Assistant, Player Development: Rod Larson
Assistant, Player Development: Graham Harboe
Rehab Pitching Coach: Brian Drahman
Education Coordinator: Erin Santana
Latin/Cultural Development Coordinator: Anthony Santiago
 
ARIZONA OPERATIONS
Facility Manager: Joe Lachcik
Minor League Clubhouse and Equipment Manager: Dan Flood
Assistant Minor League Clubhouse Manager: Bryant Biasotti
Latin Education Assistant: Grant Flick
 
CLASS AAA CHARLOTTE
Manager: Mark Grudzielanek   
Pitching Coach: Steve McCatty   
Hitting Coach: Frank Menechino 
Coach: Guillermo Quiroz
Trainer: Josh Fallin   
Conditioning: Shawn Powell   
 
CLASS AA BIRMINGHAM
Manager: Omar Vizquel  
Pitching Coach: Richard Dotson  
Hitting Coach: Charlie Poe
Coach: Wes Helms
Trainer: Corey Barton 
Conditioning: Tim Rodmaker  
 
CLASS A WINSTON-SALEM
Manager: Justin Jirschele
Pitching Coach: Matt Zaleski
Hitting Coach: Jamie Dismuke
Trainer: Hyeon Kim
Conditioning: George Timke
 
CLASS A KANNAPOLIS
Manager: Ryan Newman
Pitching Coach: José Bautista
Hitting Coach: Cole Armstrong
Coach: Ryan Johansen
Trainer: Joe Geck
Conditioning: Goldy Simmons
 
ADVANCED ROOKIE GREAT FALLS
Manager: Tim Esmay
Pitching Coach: John Ely
Hitting Coach: Cam Seitzer
Trainer: Carson Wooten
Conditioning: Tyler Gniadek
 
ARIZONA ROOKIE LEAGUE
Manager: Ever Magallanes
Pitching Coach: Felipe Lira
Hitting Coach: Gary Ward
Coach: Louis Silverio
Trainer: Scott Johnson
Conditioning: Daniel Cobian
 
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ACADEMY
Field Coordinator: Guillermo Reyes
Complex Operations Coordinator: Manuel Santana
Assistant, Administration: Carolina Santos
Manager: Ángel Rosario
Pitching Coach: Leo Hernández
Hitting Coach: Ángel González
Assistant Pitching Coach: José Brito
Assistant Hitting Coach: Charlie Romero
Outfield Coach: Julio Ramírez
Trainer: José Del Villar
Conditioning Coach: Pedro Gómez

The Chicago White Sox have announced their player development staff and assignments for the 2019 season under Chris Getz, who is entering his third year as the organization's director of player development.
 
Mark Grudzielanek (Class AAA Charlotte), Omar Vizquel (Class AA Birmingham), Justin Jirschele (Class A Winston-Salem), Ryan Newman (Class A Kannapolis) and Tim Esmay (Advanced Rookie Great Falls) return as managers from last season. Vizquel (2018 with Winston-Salem, including postseason), Jirschele (2018 with Kannapolis, including postseason) and Newman (2018 with Birmingham) will be at the helm of new clubs in 2019. Ever Magallanes will lead the Arizona Rookie League White Sox after overseeing the club's Dominican Academy in 2017-18.
 
Pitching coaches for the 2018 season include returning staffers Steve McCatty (Charlotte), Richard Dotson (Birmingham), Matt Zaleski (Winston-Salem), José Bautista (Kannapolis), John Ely (Great Falls) and Felipe Lira (AZL). Everett Teaford and J.R. Perdew will serve as assistant pitching coordinators while Kirk Champion returns as director of minor-league pitching instruction.
 
Former major-leaguers Frank Menechino (hitting coach at Charlotte) and Wes Helms (coach at Birmingham) will enter their first season in the White Sox system. Menechino served as the hitting coach for the Miami Marlins from 2014-18 following a seven-year, major-league career with Oakland (1999-2004) and Toronto (2004-05). He was selected by Chicago in the 1993 amateur draft and played five seasons in its minor-league system (1993-97). Helms served as the bench coach for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs in the Philadelphia organization last season. He spent 13 years in the majors with Atlanta (1998, 2000-02), Milwaukee (2003-05), Florida (2006, '08-11) and the Phillies (2007).
 
Other coordinators returning to the organization include Doug Sisson (field coordinator), Mike Gellinger (hitting coordinator), John Orton (catching coordinator) and Aaron Rowand (outfield/baserunning coordinator). 
 
Following are the White Sox full player development assignments for 2019:
 
PLAYER DEVELOPMENT INSTRUCTORS
Director of Player Development: Chris Getz
Field Coordinator: Doug Sisson
Director of Minor League Pitching Instruction: Kirk Champion
Assistant Pitching Coordinator: Everett Teaford
Assistant Pitching Coordinator: J.R. Perdew
Hitting Coordinator: Mike Gellinger
Hitting Analytics Instructor: Matt Lisle
Catching Coordinator: John Orton
Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator: Aaron Rowand
Leadership and Development Coordinator: Ben Broussard
Strength and Conditioning Coordinator: Dale Torborg
Medical Coordinator: Scott Takao
Physical Therapist/Rehab Coordinator: Derek Garris
 
ASSISTANTS TO PLAYER DEVELOPMENT
Assistant, Player Development: Rafael Santana
Assistant, Player Development: Tommy Thompson
Assistant, Player Development: Rod Larson
Assistant, Player Development: Graham Harboe
Rehab Pitching Coach: Brian Drahman
Education Coordinator: Erin Santana
Latin/Cultural Development Coordinator: Anthony Santiago
 
ARIZONA OPERATIONS
Facility Manager: Joe Lachcik
Minor League Clubhouse and Equipment Manager: Dan Flood
Assistant Minor League Clubhouse Manager: Bryant Biasotti
Latin Education Assistant: Grant Flick
 
CLASS AAA CHARLOTTE
Manager: Mark Grudzielanek   
Pitching Coach: Steve McCatty   
Hitting Coach: Frank Menechino 
Coach: Guillermo Quiroz
Trainer: Josh Fallin   
Conditioning: Shawn Powell   
 
CLASS AA BIRMINGHAM
Manager: Omar Vizquel  
Pitching Coach: Richard Dotson  
Hitting Coach: Charlie Poe
Coach: Wes Helms
Trainer: Corey Barton 
Conditioning: Tim Rodmaker  
 
CLASS A WINSTON-SALEM
Manager: Justin Jirschele
Pitching Coach: Matt Zaleski
Hitting Coach: Jamie Dismuke
Trainer: Hyeon Kim
Conditioning: George Timke
 
CLASS A KANNAPOLIS
Manager: Ryan Newman
Pitching Coach: José Bautista
Hitting Coach: Cole Armstrong
Coach: Ryan Johansen
Trainer: Joe Geck
Conditioning: Goldy Simmons
 
ADVANCED ROOKIE GREAT FALLS
Manager: Tim Esmay
Pitching Coach: John Ely
Hitting Coach: Cam Seitzer
Trainer: Carson Wooten
Conditioning: Tyler Gniadek
 
ARIZONA ROOKIE LEAGUE
Manager: Ever Magallanes
Pitching Coach: Felipe Lira
Hitting Coach: Gary Ward
Coach: Louis Silverio
Trainer: Scott Johnson
Conditioning: Daniel Cobian
 
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ACADEMY
Field Coordinator: Guillermo Reyes
Complex Operations Coordinator: Manuel Santana
Assistant, Administration: Carolina Santos
Manager: Ángel Rosario
Pitching Coach: Leo Hernández
Hitting Coach: Ángel González
Assistant Pitching Coach: José Brito
Assistant Hitting Coach: Charlie Romero
Outfield Coach: Julio Ramírez
Trainer: José Del Villar
Conditioning Coach: Pedro Gómez

Chicago White Sox

White Sox announce additional guests scheduled to appear at SoxFest 2019

Ozzie Guillén added to guests scheduled to appear; Saturday-only passes are sold out; limited number of SoxFest 2019 passes, hotel packages remain available

The Chicago White Sox announced an expanded roster of team members scheduled to appear at SoxFest 2019 - presented by Beggars Pizza, the Chicago Auto Show, Guaranteed Rate, NBC Sports Chicago and WGN-TV - on January 25-27 at the Hilton Chicago.

First baseman Yonder Alonso and minor-league catcher Seby Zavala have been added to the list of team members scheduled to appear at SoxFest 2019. White Sox alumni added to the roster include 2005 World Series Championship manager Ozzie Guillén, Hall-of-Famer Frank Thomas, sports legend Bo Jackson, White Sox ambassadors John Cangelosi, Michael Huff, Ron Kittle and Dan Pasqua.
 
Saturday-only passes are sold out for SoxFest 2019. A limited number of Sunday-only and two-day passes remain available. Passes for the annual fan gathering are available for $40 for a Sunday-only pass and $75 for a two-day (Saturday and Sunday) pass.
 
Access to Friday night events is exclusive to fans who purchase two-night SoxFest hotel packages. A limited number of hotel packages remain available, featuring the only way to receive three-day weekend passes and an exclusive SoxFest 2019 Dewayne Wise "The Catch" bobblehead. SoxFest hotel reservations at the Hilton Chicago are $294 for a two-night stay (price does not include applicable taxes, fees and costs for weekend passes). Fans who book hotel packages are eligible to also purchase up to four SoxFest weekend passes. Weekend passes will be available for $40 for each adult and $10 for each kid (ages 4 to 13).  
 
A full schedule of events will be available next week. Fans should visit whitesox.com/soxfest for the full list of team members scheduled to appear, SoxFest passes and more information.

The Chicago White Sox announced an expanded roster of team members scheduled to appear at SoxFest 2019 - presented by Beggars Pizza, the Chicago Auto Show, Guaranteed Rate, NBC Sports Chicago and WGN-TV - on January 25-27 at the Hilton Chicago.

First baseman Yonder Alonso and minor-league catcher Seby Zavala have been added to the list of team members scheduled to appear at SoxFest 2019. White Sox alumni added to the roster include 2005 World Series Championship manager Ozzie Guillén, Hall-of-Famer Frank Thomas, sports legend Bo Jackson, White Sox ambassadors John Cangelosi, Michael Huff, Ron Kittle and Dan Pasqua.
 
Saturday-only passes are sold out for SoxFest 2019. A limited number of Sunday-only and two-day passes remain available. Passes for the annual fan gathering are available for $40 for a Sunday-only pass and $75 for a two-day (Saturday and Sunday) pass.
 
Access to Friday night events is exclusive to fans who purchase two-night SoxFest hotel packages. A limited number of hotel packages remain available, featuring the only way to receive three-day weekend passes and an exclusive SoxFest 2019 Dewayne Wise "The Catch" bobblehead. SoxFest hotel reservations at the Hilton Chicago are $294 for a two-night stay (price does not include applicable taxes, fees and costs for weekend passes). Fans who book hotel packages are eligible to also purchase up to four SoxFest weekend passes. Weekend passes will be available for $40 for each adult and $10 for each kid (ages 4 to 13).  
 
A full schedule of events will be available next week. Fans should visit whitesox.com/soxfest for the full list of team members scheduled to appear, SoxFest passes and more information.

Chicago White Sox

White Sox announce initial 2019 promotional dates

Schedule features the return of season-long promotions, giveaways, popular theme nights

The Chicago White Sox released an initial list of ballpark promotions and dates for the 2019 season. 
 
The 2019 schedule is highlighted by a José Abreu Silver SluggerSM Bobblehead giveaway, presented by Constellation Energy, for the first 20,000 fans on April 27 vs. Detroit.
 
Additional premium giveaways include:
•    Opening Day and Free T-Shirt Thursday, presented by CIBC, on April 4 vs. Seattle (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    White Sox Hoodie, presented by Guaranteed Rate, on April 6 vs. Seattle (first 15,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    White Sox Tote Bag, presented by MLB Network, on April 26 vs. Detroit (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    Star Wars™ R2-D2 Bobblehead, presented by TransUnion, on May 4 vs. Boston (first 15,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    Los White Sox Soccer Jersey, presented by Coca-Cola, on May 5 vs. Boston (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    Carlos Rodón Bobblehead, presented by Wintrust Community Banks, on May 18 vs. Toronto (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    Chicago-Themed Jersey on June 1 vs. Cleveland (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    White Sox Hawaiian Shirt, presented by Beggars Pizza, on June 15 vs. the Yankees (first 20,000 fans who enter ballpark)
•    Marvel Super Hero™ Night and White Sox Spider-Man Bobblehead on July 27 vs. Minnesota (first 12,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
 
The 2019 season also features ongoing homestand promotions that Sox fans know and love, including:
•    $1 Hot Dog Wednesdays, presented by Securian Financial, return for the third season, offering Vienna Beef hot dogs for $1 at concession stands on the 100- and 500-level concourses, in-seat vending as well as club level concessions. Additional information is available at whitesox.com/dollardogs.
•    Free T-Shirt Thursdays return for the sixth season, offering a specially designed T-shirt for the first 10,000 fans who enter the ballpark on 12 Thursday games. Additional information is available at whitesox.com/Thursdays.
•    Firework Fridays return to treat fans to an eye-popping postgame show every Friday home game, excluding August 9. Fireworks also will take place postgame on Saturday, June 15; Wednesday, July 3; and Saturday, July 27.
•    Coca-Cola Family Sundays offer specially priced tickets and kid-friendly entertainment for families on Sunday games during the 2019 season, excluding the July 7 game vs. the Cubs. Kids are invited to run the bases after each Coca-Cola Family Sunday game (weather permitting). Additional information is available at whitesox.com/Sundays.
 
The 2019 schedule also is packed with an array of fun and diverse theme nights that promise something for everyone. The initial promotional schedule includes the following fan-favorite theme nights:
•    Dog Days on Monday, April 29 vs. Baltimore and Tuesday, September 10 vs. Kansas City
•    Beatles Night on Wednesday, May 1 vs. Baltimore
•    Illini Night on Thursday, May 2 vs. Boston
•    Star Wars™ Night, presented by TransUnion, on Saturday, May 4 vs. Boston 
•    Cinco de Mayo, presented by Coca-Cola, on Sunday, May 5 vs. Boston
•    Game of Thrones® Night on Monday, May 13 vs. Cleveland
•    Southpaw's Birthday on Sunday, June 2 vs. Cleveland 
•    Rock 'N' Roll Night, presented by Guaranteed Rate, on Friday, June 14 vs. the Yankees
•    Chosen Few DJ's House Music Night on Friday, June 28 vs. Minnesota
•    Pride Night on Tuesday, July 23 vs. Miami
•    Christmas in July on Thursday, July 25 vs. Minnesota
•    Country Music Night, presented by Coca-Cola, on Friday, July 26 vs. Minnesota
•    Margaritaville Night on Wednesday, July 31 vs. the Mets
•    Police and Fire Night, presented by UL, on Thursday, August 22 vs. Texas
•    Elvis Night, presented by Beggars Pizza, on Friday, August 23 vs. Texas
•    Hispanic Heritage Night, presented by Modelo, on Friday, September 6 vs. the Angels
•    Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday, September 29 vs. Detroit
 
Additional events, theme nights and giveaways will be announced as Opening Day approaches. The promotional schedule can be found at whitesox.com/promos.
 
Eighty-one, 40, 20 and 10-game ticket plans are available now, featuring the best seats at the best prices with flexible payment options and exchange dates. For more information, fans should visit whitesox.com or call 312-674-1000.
 

The Chicago White Sox released an initial list of ballpark promotions and dates for the 2019 season. 
 
The 2019 schedule is highlighted by a José Abreu Silver SluggerSM Bobblehead giveaway, presented by Constellation Energy, for the first 20,000 fans on April 27 vs. Detroit.
 
Additional premium giveaways include:
•    Opening Day and Free T-Shirt Thursday, presented by CIBC, on April 4 vs. Seattle (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    White Sox Hoodie, presented by Guaranteed Rate, on April 6 vs. Seattle (first 15,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    White Sox Tote Bag, presented by MLB Network, on April 26 vs. Detroit (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    Star Wars™ R2-D2 Bobblehead, presented by TransUnion, on May 4 vs. Boston (first 15,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    Los White Sox Soccer Jersey, presented by Coca-Cola, on May 5 vs. Boston (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    Carlos Rodón Bobblehead, presented by Wintrust Community Banks, on May 18 vs. Toronto (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    Chicago-Themed Jersey on June 1 vs. Cleveland (first 20,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
•    White Sox Hawaiian Shirt, presented by Beggars Pizza, on June 15 vs. the Yankees (first 20,000 fans who enter ballpark)
•    Marvel Super Hero™ Night and White Sox Spider-Man Bobblehead on July 27 vs. Minnesota (first 12,000 fans who enter the ballpark)
 
The 2019 season also features ongoing homestand promotions that Sox fans know and love, including:
•    $1 Hot Dog Wednesdays, presented by Securian Financial, return for the third season, offering Vienna Beef hot dogs for $1 at concession stands on the 100- and 500-level concourses, in-seat vending as well as club level concessions. Additional information is available at whitesox.com/dollardogs.
•    Free T-Shirt Thursdays return for the sixth season, offering a specially designed T-shirt for the first 10,000 fans who enter the ballpark on 12 Thursday games. Additional information is available at whitesox.com/Thursdays.
•    Firework Fridays return to treat fans to an eye-popping postgame show every Friday home game, excluding August 9. Fireworks also will take place postgame on Saturday, June 15; Wednesday, July 3; and Saturday, July 27.
•    Coca-Cola Family Sundays offer specially priced tickets and kid-friendly entertainment for families on Sunday games during the 2019 season, excluding the July 7 game vs. the Cubs. Kids are invited to run the bases after each Coca-Cola Family Sunday game (weather permitting). Additional information is available at whitesox.com/Sundays.
 
The 2019 schedule also is packed with an array of fun and diverse theme nights that promise something for everyone. The initial promotional schedule includes the following fan-favorite theme nights:
•    Dog Days on Monday, April 29 vs. Baltimore and Tuesday, September 10 vs. Kansas City
•    Beatles Night on Wednesday, May 1 vs. Baltimore
•    Illini Night on Thursday, May 2 vs. Boston
•    Star Wars™ Night, presented by TransUnion, on Saturday, May 4 vs. Boston 
•    Cinco de Mayo, presented by Coca-Cola, on Sunday, May 5 vs. Boston
•    Game of Thrones® Night on Monday, May 13 vs. Cleveland
•    Southpaw's Birthday on Sunday, June 2 vs. Cleveland 
•    Rock 'N' Roll Night, presented by Guaranteed Rate, on Friday, June 14 vs. the Yankees
•    Chosen Few DJ's House Music Night on Friday, June 28 vs. Minnesota
•    Pride Night on Tuesday, July 23 vs. Miami
•    Christmas in July on Thursday, July 25 vs. Minnesota
•    Country Music Night, presented by Coca-Cola, on Friday, July 26 vs. Minnesota
•    Margaritaville Night on Wednesday, July 31 vs. the Mets
•    Police and Fire Night, presented by UL, on Thursday, August 22 vs. Texas
•    Elvis Night, presented by Beggars Pizza, on Friday, August 23 vs. Texas
•    Hispanic Heritage Night, presented by Modelo, on Friday, September 6 vs. the Angels
•    Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday, September 29 vs. Detroit
 
Additional events, theme nights and giveaways will be announced as Opening Day approaches. The promotional schedule can be found at whitesox.com/promos.
 
Eighty-one, 40, 20 and 10-game ticket plans are available now, featuring the best seats at the best prices with flexible payment options and exchange dates. For more information, fans should visit whitesox.com or call 312-674-1000.
 

Chicago White Sox

White Sox agree to terms with four players, avoiding arbitration

CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on one-year contracts with first baseman José Abreu ($16 million), right-handed pitcher Alex Colomé ($7.325 million), left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodón ($4.2 million) and infielder Yolmer Sánchez ($4.625 million), avoiding arbitration with all four players.

Abreu, 31, hit .265 (132-499) with 36 doubles, 22 home runs, 78 RBI and a .473 slugging percentage in 128 games last season, his fifth with the club. He made his second career American League All-Star Team. Despite missing time due to two stints on the disabled list, Abreu became the first player in White Sox history to hit 20 or more home runs in each of his first five seasons, and joined Albert Pujols (2001-10) and Ted Williams (1939-42, '46-49) as the only MLB players to record 30-plus doubles and 20-plus home runs in each of his first five seasons.

CHICAGO - The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on one-year contracts with first baseman José Abreu ($16 million), right-handed pitcher Alex Colomé ($7.325 million), left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodón ($4.2 million) and infielder Yolmer Sánchez ($4.625 million), avoiding arbitration with all four players.

Abreu, 31, hit .265 (132-499) with 36 doubles, 22 home runs, 78 RBI and a .473 slugging percentage in 128 games last season, his fifth with the club. He made his second career American League All-Star Team. Despite missing time due to two stints on the disabled list, Abreu became the first player in White Sox history to hit 20 or more home runs in each of his first five seasons, and joined Albert Pujols (2001-10) and Ted Williams (1939-42, '46-49) as the only MLB players to record 30-plus doubles and 20-plus home runs in each of his first five seasons.

Colomé, 29, was acquired from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for catcher Omar Narváez on November 30, 2018. He combined to go 7-5 with a 3.04 ERA (23 ER/68.0 IP), 30 holds, 12 saves and 72 strikeouts over 70 appearances last season between Tampa Bay and Seattle. Colomé, who was acquired by the Mariners from the Rays on May 25 as part of a four-player deal, became the first pitcher in major-league history to record at least 10 saves and 30 holds in one season.

Rodón, 26, went 6-8 with a 4.18 ERA (56 ER/120.2 IP) and 90 strikeouts over 20 starts last season, his fourth season with Chicago. He made nine consecutive quality starts with five hits or less allowed from July 5-August 27, marking the longest such streak by a White Sox pitcher since at least 1908.

Sánchez, 26, batted .242 (145-600) with 34 doubles, 10 triples, eight home runs, 55 RBI, 14 stolen bases and 49 walks in 155 games last season. He established career highs in games, hits, doubles, triples, walks, stolen bases, total bases (223) and extra-base hits (52). Sánchez also led the AL in triples.

Following the signings, the White Sox have no remaining arbitration-eligible players.

Chicago White Sox

White Sox agree to terms on one-year contract with Jon Jay; designate Charlie Tilson for assignment

The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on a one-year, $4-million contract with veteran outfielder Jon Jay and have designated outfielder Charlie Tilson for assignment.
 
Jay, 33, split the 2018 season between Kansas City and Arizona, combining to hit .268 (141-527) with 19 doubles, seven triples, three home runs, 40 RBI and 74 runs scored over 143 games. His seven triples were a career high, while his 74 runs scored and 586 plate appearances both were the second-highest marks of his career.
 
Jay, 5-foot-11 and 195 pounds, batted .307 (73-238) in 59 games with the Royals last season before being traded to the Diamondbacks on June 6 as part of a three-player deal. He hit .277 (106-382) vs. right-handed pitching and .284 (29-102) with runners in scoring position while combining to appear in 54 games in right field, 41 in left and 25 in center.
 
"Jon is a veteran major leaguer who can help a team win in any number of ways," said Rick Hahn, White Sox senior vice president/general manager. "From getting on base consistently, to being a solid hitter, smart baserunner and solid defender at all three outfield spots, Jon makes any team better."
 
Jay, a native of Miami, is a career .285 (1,030-3,609) hitter with 176 doubles, 25 triples, 36 homers, 327 RBI, 513 runs scored and a .352 on-base percentage over nine major-league seasons with St. Louis (2010-15), San Diego (2016), the Cubs (2017), Kansas City (2018) and Arizona (2018). He has batted .275 or better in seven of his nine seasons in the majors.
 
Jay owns a .996 career fielding percentage in the outfield, the highest among all active players. He has 67 career games of postseason experience, including 13 in the World Series.
 
Tilson, 26, batted .264 (28-106) with 11 RBI and seven runs scored over 41 games with the White Sox in 2018. He spent the majority of last season with Class AAA Charlotte, batting .244 (66-270) over 67 games.
 
With the moves, the White Sox 40-man roster remains at 40.

The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on a one-year, $4-million contract with veteran outfielder Jon Jay and have designated outfielder Charlie Tilson for assignment.
 
Jay, 33, split the 2018 season between Kansas City and Arizona, combining to hit .268 (141-527) with 19 doubles, seven triples, three home runs, 40 RBI and 74 runs scored over 143 games. His seven triples were a career high, while his 74 runs scored and 586 plate appearances both were the second-highest marks of his career.
 
Jay, 5-foot-11 and 195 pounds, batted .307 (73-238) in 59 games with the Royals last season before being traded to the Diamondbacks on June 6 as part of a three-player deal. He hit .277 (106-382) vs. right-handed pitching and .284 (29-102) with runners in scoring position while combining to appear in 54 games in right field, 41 in left and 25 in center.
 
"Jon is a veteran major leaguer who can help a team win in any number of ways," said Rick Hahn, White Sox senior vice president/general manager. "From getting on base consistently, to being a solid hitter, smart baserunner and solid defender at all three outfield spots, Jon makes any team better."
 
Jay, a native of Miami, is a career .285 (1,030-3,609) hitter with 176 doubles, 25 triples, 36 homers, 327 RBI, 513 runs scored and a .352 on-base percentage over nine major-league seasons with St. Louis (2010-15), San Diego (2016), the Cubs (2017), Kansas City (2018) and Arizona (2018). He has batted .275 or better in seven of his nine seasons in the majors.
 
Jay owns a .996 career fielding percentage in the outfield, the highest among all active players. He has 67 career games of postseason experience, including 13 in the World Series.
 
Tilson, 26, batted .264 (28-106) with 11 RBI and seven runs scored over 41 games with the White Sox in 2018. He spent the majority of last season with Class AAA Charlotte, batting .244 (66-270) over 67 games.
 
With the moves, the White Sox 40-man roster remains at 40.

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White Sox agree to terms with Kelvin Herrera; designate Ian Clarkin for assignment

The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on a two-year, $18 million contract with right-handed pitcher Kelvin Herrera, which includes a club option for 2021, and have designated left-hander Ian Clarkin for assignment. 
 
Under terms of the deal, Herrera will receive $8.5 million in both 2019 and 2020, while the White Sox hold a $10 million option for 2021 with a $1 million buyout.

Herrera, 29, combined to go 2-3 with a 2.44 ERA (12 ER/44.1 IP), 17 saves and 38 strikeouts over 48 relief appearances in 2018 with Kansas City and Washington. He recorded a 1.98 ERA (8 ER/36.1 IP) with 14 saves over 38 games in the first half, but was limited to 10 games after the All-Star Break due to a Lisfranc fracture in his left foot.
 
"Kelvin adds another veteran pitcher to our bullpen who has outstanding credentials and the proven ability to close games," said Rick Hahn, White Sox senior vice president/general manager. "He provides Ricky Renteria with another quality option in the late innings."
 
Herrera, 5-foot-10 and 205 pounds, was traded to the Nationals as part of a four-player deal on June 18 after posting a 1.05 ERA (3 ER/25.2 IP) with 14 saves over 27 games with the Royals.
 
Herrera, an American League All-Star in 2015-16, has gone 24-29 with a 2.82 ERA (144 ER/460.0 IP), 60 saves, 113 holds, 454 strikeouts and a 1.15 WHIP in 463 career games (all in relief) over eight major-league seasons with the Royals (2011-18) and Nationals (2018). He has appeared in 70-plus games four times in his career and has allowed fewer hits than IP in six of his seven full seasons in the majors.
 
A native of Tenares, Dominican Republic, Herrera appeared in 22 postseason games with Kansas City in 2014-15, going 2-0 with a 1.26 ERA (4 ER/28.2 IP), six holds and 38 strikeouts. He threw 3.0 scoreless IP in the deciding Game 5 victory over the Mets in the 2015 World Series.
 
Herrera owns a 1.50 ERA (5 ER/30.0 IP) in 31 career appearances at Guaranteed Rate Field, including a current streak of 10.2 scoreless IP over 11 outings.
 
Clarkin, 23, was reclaimed off waivers from the Cubs on November 26 after combining to go 4-5 with a 4.76 ERA (45 ER/85.0 IP) over 25 games (12 starts) with Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham in 2018. 

The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on a two-year, $18 million contract with right-handed pitcher Kelvin Herrera, which includes a club option for 2021, and have designated left-hander Ian Clarkin for assignment. 
 
Under terms of the deal, Herrera will receive $8.5 million in both 2019 and 2020, while the White Sox hold a $10 million option for 2021 with a $1 million buyout.

Herrera, 29, combined to go 2-3 with a 2.44 ERA (12 ER/44.1 IP), 17 saves and 38 strikeouts over 48 relief appearances in 2018 with Kansas City and Washington. He recorded a 1.98 ERA (8 ER/36.1 IP) with 14 saves over 38 games in the first half, but was limited to 10 games after the All-Star Break due to a Lisfranc fracture in his left foot.
 
"Kelvin adds another veteran pitcher to our bullpen who has outstanding credentials and the proven ability to close games," said Rick Hahn, White Sox senior vice president/general manager. "He provides Ricky Renteria with another quality option in the late innings."
 
Herrera, 5-foot-10 and 205 pounds, was traded to the Nationals as part of a four-player deal on June 18 after posting a 1.05 ERA (3 ER/25.2 IP) with 14 saves over 27 games with the Royals.
 
Herrera, an American League All-Star in 2015-16, has gone 24-29 with a 2.82 ERA (144 ER/460.0 IP), 60 saves, 113 holds, 454 strikeouts and a 1.15 WHIP in 463 career games (all in relief) over eight major-league seasons with the Royals (2011-18) and Nationals (2018). He has appeared in 70-plus games four times in his career and has allowed fewer hits than IP in six of his seven full seasons in the majors.
 
A native of Tenares, Dominican Republic, Herrera appeared in 22 postseason games with Kansas City in 2014-15, going 2-0 with a 1.26 ERA (4 ER/28.2 IP), six holds and 38 strikeouts. He threw 3.0 scoreless IP in the deciding Game 5 victory over the Mets in the 2015 World Series.
 
Herrera owns a 1.50 ERA (5 ER/30.0 IP) in 31 career appearances at Guaranteed Rate Field, including a current streak of 10.2 scoreless IP over 11 outings.
 
Clarkin, 23, was reclaimed off waivers from the Cubs on November 26 after combining to go 4-5 with a 4.76 ERA (45 ER/85.0 IP) over 25 games (12 starts) with Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham in 2018. 

With the moves, the White Sox 40-man roster remains at 40.

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Limited SoxFest 2019 single- and two-day passes on sale Wednesday

Season ticket holders to receive access to exclusive pre-sale tomorrow; hotel packages and premium upgrade packages remain available

The White Sox will offer a limited number of single- and two-day passes to SoxFest 2019 beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, January 9, only at whitesox.com/soxfest. Passes for the annual fan gathering at Hilton Chicago on January 25-27 will be available for $50 for a Saturday-only passes, $40 for a Sunday-only pass and $75 for a two-day Saturday and Sunday pass.

White Sox season ticket holders will have exclusive access to a SoxFest pre-sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow, January 8.

The White Sox will offer a limited number of single- and two-day passes to SoxFest 2019 beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, January 9, only at whitesox.com/soxfest. Passes for the annual fan gathering at Hilton Chicago on January 25-27 will be available for $50 for a Saturday-only passes, $40 for a Sunday-only pass and $75 for a two-day Saturday and Sunday pass.

White Sox season ticket holders will have exclusive access to a SoxFest pre-sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow, January 8.

Access to Friday night events is exclusive to fans that purchase two-night SoxFest hotel packages on whitesox.com/soxfest. Hotel packages are the only way to receive three-day weekend passes and an exclusive SoxFest 2019 Dewayne Wise "The Catch" bobblehead. SoxFest hotel reservations at the Hilton Chicago are $294 for a two-night stay (price does not include applicable taxes, fees and costs for weekend passes). Fans who book hotel packages are eligible to also purchase up to four SoxFest weekend passes. Weekend passes will be available for $40 for each adult and $10 for each kid (ages 4 to 13).

The current list of team members scheduled to appear and additional event details are available at whitesox.com/soxfest. Additional team members scheduled to attend SoxFest will be announced next week.

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2019 White Sox Spring Training single-game tickets on sale Monday

The Chicago White Sox announced that single-game tickets for the 2019 Cactus League season at Camelback Ranch - Glendale (CR-G) go on sale online and by phone at 11 a.m. CT on Monday, January 7.
 
White Sox fans who wish to purchase single-game tickets online can do so by visiting whitesox.com/spring or camelbackranchbaseball.com. To order tickets by phone, fans should call 1-800-905-3315. 
 
The White Sox open their 17-game home schedule on Saturday, February 23 vs. the Dodgers. All Sox home games are scheduled to start at 1:05 p.m. MST, except for a 12:05 p.m. MST start on Sunday, March 24 vs. Cleveland. The Sox will play host to the Cubs on Friday, March 15, and additional weekend games on Saturday, March 2 vs. Colorado, Sunday, March 10 vs. Oakland and Saturday, March 16 vs. the Dodgers.
 
Single-game tickets start at just $10 per game. Fans save by purchasing single-game tickets in advance (single-game tickets are subject to a $3 price increase per ticket on the day of the game). 
 
Single-game tickets will be available for purchase at the CR-G ticket office starting at 10 a.m. MST on Monday, February 4. Ticket office hours prior to Opening Day (Friday, February 23) are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. MST from Monday-Saturday. On game days, the ticket office remains open for 30 minutes following the conclusion of play.
 
CR-G offers special promotions and ticket prices throughout the season:
 
•    Seniors Stroll the Bases (Every Thursday) - Seniors can stroll the bases following every Thursday game;
•    Discounted Tickets for Military and Seniors - Discounted tickets will be offered to active/retired military and seniors for all Sunday-Wednesday games. Tickets must be purchased on game day at the CR-G box office;
•    Kids Run the Bases on Sundays - Children, 12 and under, receive a lawn seat for just $5 at all Sunday games. There is a limit of four discounted lawn seats for each full-priced adult ticket. The $5 lawn tickets are available on game day only at the CR-G box office. Following the game, children can run the bases;
•    Budweiser Legends Deck - The Budweiser Legends Deck is an inclusive experience at 17 Feature and Premium games that includes a deluxe ballpark menu served when the stadium opens until the end of the sixth inning. Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are available throughout the game.
 
Season tickets, suites, mini-plans and group seating also are available for purchase at whitesox.com/spring and camelbackranchbaseball.com or by calling the CR-G ticket office at 623-302-5099.

The Chicago White Sox announced that single-game tickets for the 2019 Cactus League season at Camelback Ranch - Glendale (CR-G) go on sale online and by phone at 11 a.m. CT on Monday, January 7.
 
White Sox fans who wish to purchase single-game tickets online can do so by visiting whitesox.com/spring or camelbackranchbaseball.com. To order tickets by phone, fans should call 1-800-905-3315. 
 
The White Sox open their 17-game home schedule on Saturday, February 23 vs. the Dodgers. All Sox home games are scheduled to start at 1:05 p.m. MST, except for a 12:05 p.m. MST start on Sunday, March 24 vs. Cleveland. The Sox will play host to the Cubs on Friday, March 15, and additional weekend games on Saturday, March 2 vs. Colorado, Sunday, March 10 vs. Oakland and Saturday, March 16 vs. the Dodgers.
 
Single-game tickets start at just $10 per game. Fans save by purchasing single-game tickets in advance (single-game tickets are subject to a $3 price increase per ticket on the day of the game). 
 
Single-game tickets will be available for purchase at the CR-G ticket office starting at 10 a.m. MST on Monday, February 4. Ticket office hours prior to Opening Day (Friday, February 23) are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. MST from Monday-Saturday. On game days, the ticket office remains open for 30 minutes following the conclusion of play.
 
CR-G offers special promotions and ticket prices throughout the season:
 
•    Seniors Stroll the Bases (Every Thursday) - Seniors can stroll the bases following every Thursday game;
•    Discounted Tickets for Military and Seniors - Discounted tickets will be offered to active/retired military and seniors for all Sunday-Wednesday games. Tickets must be purchased on game day at the CR-G box office;
•    Kids Run the Bases on Sundays - Children, 12 and under, receive a lawn seat for just $5 at all Sunday games. There is a limit of four discounted lawn seats for each full-priced adult ticket. The $5 lawn tickets are available on game day only at the CR-G box office. Following the game, children can run the bases;
•    Budweiser Legends Deck - The Budweiser Legends Deck is an inclusive experience at 17 Feature and Premium games that includes a deluxe ballpark menu served when the stadium opens until the end of the sixth inning. Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are available throughout the game.
 
Season tickets, suites, mini-plans and group seating also are available for purchase at whitesox.com/spring and camelbackranchbaseball.com or by calling the CR-G ticket office at 623-302-5099.

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