White Sox Are Having a Hard Time Filling Seats to Open 2014 MLB Season

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistApril 3, 2014

via @mattlindner

Fans in the middle of the United States should be flocking to baseball stadiums everywhere after a harsh winter, but Chicago White Sox fans don't seem to have gotten the memo that the 2014 MLB season has started.

After drawing more than 37,000 fans on Opening Day, U.S. Cellular Field has looked pretty empty the past two games.

The picture above was taken during Chicago's second game of the season.

According to the box score on ESPN.com, there were 10,625 fans in the stands to watch the White Sox defeat the Minnesota Twins. 

Despite starting the season 2-0, the White Sox had a hard time getting fans to show up on Thursday:

Oh, that picture was taken at first pitch. Fans are still making their way to the stadium, right?

That's not a good sign for the White Sox.

[Twitter, Twitter, h/t The Big Lead]

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