White Sox to host Ozzie, Marlins in '13

September, 12, 2012
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Ozzie GuillenAP Photo/Dick DruckmanOzzie Guillen won't have any trouble hearing the Cell's crowd when the Marlins visit in '13.

CHICAGO – The Chicago White Sox released their tentative 2013 schedule on Wednesday, and they will welcome the Miami Marlins and former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen to U.S. Cellular for an interleague series in May.

The Marlins will travel to Chicago for three games from May 24-26. Guillen managed the White Sox from 2004-2011 and guided them to a World Series title in 2005.

The White Sox will close the season with 19 consecutive games against American League Central foes. They will play the Detroit Tigers (Sep. 9-11), Cleveland Indians (Sept. 12-15), Minnesota Twins (Sept. 16-18), at the Tigers (Sept. 20-22), at the Indians (Sept. 24-25) and against the Kansas City Royals (Sept. 26-29).

The White Sox will also open the season against the Royals at U.S. Cellular Field on April 1. It’s the sixth time in the last nine years the White Sox will begin the season at home.

The White Sox’s interleague series with the Chicago Cubs has been reduced from six games to four. They will play two games at U.S. Cellular Field on May 27-28 and at Wrigley Field on May 29-30.

The White Sox’s other interleague series will include at the Washington Nationals (April 9-11), at the New York Mets (May 7-8), against the Mets (June 25-26), at the Philadelphia Phillies (July 12-14) and against the Atlanta Braves (July 19-21).

The White Sox will have three homestands of 10 games and three road trips of 10 games.


Chicago White Sox 2013 Schedule
Tentative and subject to change
April 1, 3-4: KANSAS CITY (3)
April 5-7: SEATTLE (3)
April 9-11: at Washington (3)
April 12-14: at Cleveland (3)
April 15-17: at Toronto (4)
April 19-21: MINNESOTA (3)
April 22-24: CLEVELAND (3)
April 25-28: TAMPA BAY (4)
April 30-May 2: at Texas (3)
May 3-5: at Kansas City (3)
May 7-8: at New York Mets (2)
May 10-12: LOS ANGELES ANGELS (3)
May 13-15: at Minnesota (3)
May 16-18: at Los Angeles Angels (4)
May 20-22: BOSTON (3)
May 24-26: MIAMI (3)
May 27-28: CUBS (2)
May 29-30: at Cubs (2)
May 31-June 2: at Oakland (3)
June 3-5: at Seattle (3)
June 6-9: OAKLAND (4)
June 10-12: TORONTO (3)
June 14-17: at Houston (4)
June 18-20: at Minnesota (3)
June 21-23: at Kansas City 3)
June 25-26: NEW YORK METS (2)
June 28-30: CLEVELAND (3)
July 2-4: BALTIMORE (3)
July 5-7: at Tampa Bay (3)
July 9-11: at Detroit (3)
July 12-14: at Philadelphia (3)
July 19-21: ATLANTA (3)
July 22-25: DETROIT (4)
July 26-28: KANSAS CITY (3)
July 29-Aug. 1: at Cleveland (4)
Aug. 2-4: at Detroit (3)
Aug. 5-7: NEW YORK YANKEES (3)
Aug. 9-11: MINNESOTA (3)
Aug. 12-14: DETROIT (3)
Aug. 15-18: at Minnesota (4)
Aug. 20-22: at Kansas City (3)
Aug. 23-25: TEXAS (3)
Aug. 26-28: HOUSTON (3)
Aug. 30-Sept. 1: at Boston (3)
Sept. 2-4: at New York Yankees (3)
Sept. 5-8: at Baltimore (4)
Sept. 9-11: DETROIT (3)
Sept. 12-15: CLEVELAND (4)
Sept. 16-18: MINNESOTA (3)
Sept. 20-22: at Detroit (3)
Sept. 24-25: at Cleveland (2)
Sept. 26-29: KANSAS CITY (4)

Scott Powers is a general reporter for ESPNChicago.com. He is an award-winning journalist and has been reporting on preps, colleges and pros for publications throughout the Midwest since 1997.

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