Yankees vs. White Sox in the unbalanced schedule era

I’ve been enjoying taking a look back at how the Yanks have historically fared against their opponents (hopefully you have too) and so I thought I’d take a look at the Yanks’ record vs. the White Sox in the unbalanced schedule era given that Ozzie Guillen’s group of underachievers comes to the Bronx for a three-game set this weekend. I don’t have anything against Chicago as a team per se, although I think Ozzie Guillen is ridiculous and wouldn’t mind seeing the Yanks not only beat the ChiSox this weekend but also embarrass them.

In case you missed our previous installments, here are some links for your Friday reading pleasure:

Yankees vs. Orioles in the unbalanced schedule era [4.27.10]
How the Yankees have fared against the Red Sox at home since 2003 [4.02.10]
How the Yankees have fared at Fenway Park since 2003 [4.01.10]

And here’s the Yanks vs. the White Sox since 2001:

As you can see, there’s obviously not as much history between these two teams as the Yanks have with the Red Sox and O’s. The Yanks have handled the ChiSox pretty well, and haven’t lost the season series since 2003.

They’ve also swept ’em at home three times in the past nine seasons; would love to see another one this weekend.

2 thoughts on “Yankees vs. White Sox in the unbalanced schedule era

  1. Craig K

    Guy to watch on Chi-Town, Matt Thornton. If he comes up for some relief duty and we're down a few runs…that game is over.

  2. JGS

    Sure about that? I mean, the Yankees did lose the game in the end, but…


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