The Chicago White Sox play in the weakest division in Major League Baseball. Over the past three seasons, the team's record against this feeble group is a mighty 102-114.
Needless to say, the Pale Hose aren't going to win many division titles if this trend continues in the future.
The White Sox are like the Golden State Warriors of baseball—they play to their level of competition. Bring in the Miami Heat on a Friday night, ESPN televised game and they'll probably pull it off. Play the Kings on a cold, Tuesday night and they'll lose by 17.
During a three-game series last June, the White Sox made minced meat out of the Red Sox sweeping them at Fenway Park.
That weekend looked like it could be a turning point in the season. Naturally, the Sox (White) returned to the Cell and lost a pivotal series against Detroit erasing any momentum.
For the Sox to have any chance this year, they've got to play better against their division rivals.
Here's my outlook on how the team will fare against each AL Central opponent.