Chicago White Sox Starting Lineup 9/26/20 White Sox Lineup

34-24, 2nd in AL Central

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Chicago added more interior bats than any other team in the division. The White Sox added help behind the plate and inserted a proven RBI bat into their lineup. Chicago has a couple young stars who by all accounts seem to be ready to burst onto the scene. While they might be a little weak towards the bottom of the lineup, most teams are. Chicago should be able to score runs. How many runs they can score could be critical when faced with a questionable pitching rotation.

The White Sox added a couple veterans to the middle of the rotation. How these former staff aces materialize in 2020 could make or break Chicago's chances of being a surprise playoff contender. If these pitchers cannot remain healthy, or fall below their potential, a lot of weight will be placed on the shoulders of a young ace. The White Sox added some nice pieces to this team. How they play within their own division will be important to their success.

Updated: 23 minutes ago

White Sox Starting Lineup

1. T. Anderson , (R), SS
2. Y. Moncada , (S), 3B
3. J. Abreu , (R), 1B
4. E. Encarnacion , (R), DH
5. J. McCann , (R), C
6. L. Robert , (R), CF
7. A. Engel , (R), LF
8. N. Mazara , (L), RF
9. N. Madrigal , (R), 2B
Pos Pitcher
P Dane Dunning D. Dunning (R)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Dane Dunning D. Dunning (R)
72
6 2-0 10.1 127 22 12 11 3 10 33 .260% .079% 1.03 .237
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
SS Tim Anderson T. Anderson (R)
78
1 47 211 67 45 11 1 10 21 44 5 2 .337 .370 .553 .922
3B Yoan Moncada Y. Moncada (S)
86
2 50 221 42 26 8 3 5 21 24 0 0 .219 .312 .370 .682
1B Jose Abreu J. Abreu (R)
91
3 58 252 74 41 14 0 19 57 43 0 0 .319 .369 .625 .994
DH Edwin Encarnacion E. Encarnacion (R)
89
4 42 171 25 10 5 0 10 19 18 0 0 .167 .259 .400 .659
C James McCann J. McCann (R)
73
5 30 107 26 17 3 0 6 14 18 1 0 .274 .336 .495 .831
CF Luis Robert L. Robert (R)
70
6 54 218 43 24 8 0 11 30 30 8 2 .222 .292 .433 .725
LF Adam Engel A. Engel (R)
67
7 34 85 24 16 5 1 2 10 10 1 0 .296 .329 .457 .786
RF Nomar Mazara N. Mazara (L)
86
8 40 140 28 22 5 0 1 13 11 0 1 .219 .286 .281 .567
2B Nick Madrigal N. Madrigal (R)
79
9 27 101 32 29 3 0 0 10 6 1 1 .333 .366 .365 .731

Most Common White Sox Lineups

6 Games Game
1. Tim Anderson
2. Yoan Moncada
3. Yasmani Grandal
4. Jose Abreu
5. Eloy Jimenez
6. Edwin Encarnacion
7. Luis Robert
8. Nomar Mazara
9. Nick Madrigal
5 Games Game
1. Tim Anderson
2. Yoan Moncada
3. Yasmani Grandal
4. Jose Abreu
5. Eloy Jimenez
6. Edwin Encarnacion
7. Luis Robert
8. Nomar Mazara
9. Danny Mendick
3 Games Game
1. Tim Anderson
2. Yoan Moncada
3. Yasmani Grandal
4. Jose Abreu
5. Eloy Jimenez
6. James McCann
7. Luis Robert
8. Adam Engel
9. Nick Madrigal
3 Games Game
1. Tim Anderson
2. Eloy Jimenez
3. Yasmani Grandal
4. Jose Abreu
5. Edwin Encarnacion
6. Yoan Moncada
7. Luis Robert
8. Danny Mendick
9. Adam Engel
2 Games Game
1. Tim Anderson
2. Yoan Moncada
3. Jose Abreu
4. Eloy Jimenez
5. Edwin Encarnacion
6. James McCann
7. Luis Robert
8. Nomar Mazara
9. Nick Madrigal
2 Games Game
1. Tim Anderson
2. Nick Madrigal
3. Jose Abreu
4. Eloy Jimenez
5. Edwin Encarnacion
6. James McCann
7. Nomar Mazara
8. Luis Robert
9. Yolmer Sanchez

2020 Recent White Sox Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
9/26 vs CHC L 0-10 Dylan Cease D. Cease (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Tim Anderson T. Anderson Yoan Moncada Y. Moncada Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Jose Abreu J. Abreu Edwin Encarnacion E. Encarnacion Nomar Mazara N. Mazara Luis Robert L. Robert Adam Engel A. Engel Nick Madrigal N. Madrigal
9/24 @ CLE L 4-5 Zach Plesac Z. Plesac (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Tim Anderson T. Anderson Yoan Moncada Y. Moncada Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Jose Abreu J. Abreu Eloy Jimenez E. Jimenez Edwin Encarnacion E. Encarnacion Nomar Mazara N. Mazara Yolmer Sanchez Y. Sanchez Jarrod Dyson J. Dyson
9/23 @ CLE L 2-3 Shane Bieber S. Bieber (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Tim Anderson T. Anderson Yoan Moncada Y. Moncada Jose Abreu J. Abreu Eloy Jimenez E. Jimenez Edwin Encarnacion E. Encarnacion James McCann J. McCann Luis Robert L. Robert Adam Engel A. Engel Nick Madrigal N. Madrigal
9/22 @ CLE L 3-5 Cal Quantrill C. Quantrill (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Tim Anderson T. Anderson Yoan Moncada Y. Moncada Jose Abreu J. Abreu Eloy Jimenez E. Jimenez Edwin Encarnacion E. Encarnacion James McCann J. McCann Luis Robert L. Robert Nomar Mazara N. Mazara Nick Madrigal N. Madrigal
9/21 @ CLE L 4-7 Aaron Civale A. Civale (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Tim Anderson T. Anderson Yoan Moncada Y. Moncada Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Jose Abreu J. Abreu Eloy Jimenez E. Jimenez Edwin Encarnacion E. Encarnacion Luis Robert L. Robert Nomar Mazara N. Mazara Nick Madrigal N. Madrigal

The White Sox struggled last season, finishing with the 5th worst ERA in baseball. Chicago received some talented young arms in recent trades, but they have not yet shown consistent numbers in the majors. Carlos Rodon missed a portion of the season, but went on and finished with a 4.18 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 120 innings. Rodon is the leader of the staff, which says a lot about where they are as a rotation. Rodon is a lefty that relies on his off-speed stuff, but leaves a little too much on the plate at times. Projecting Rodon to finish with anything under a four ERA seems to be fair, as that has been the recurring theme for him in his career. Reynaldo Lopez was an interesting name last season, finishing with a 3.91 ERA. Lopez upped his fastball velocity, and thrived during the colder months and bigger ballparks. Lopez has an issue of allowing too many fly balls, and when the temperature warmed up, so did Lopez’s ERA. A few tweaks to Lopez and he is a name to keep an eye on for a potential breakout year. This would be a major bright spot for Chicago if that was to happen.

Lucas Giolito is teetering on being a complete bust. He has shown below average strikeout stuff, and has been inept to getting left-handed hitters out. He also was torn up at home last season with a 7.80 ERA. Chicago doesn’t have a ton of options just yet to turn to, but his time is running out. He will enter as a backend starter, but don’t be surprised if he gets sent to the bullpen or minor leagues. Dylan Covey had a hot run to start his 2018 season, and then went back to being Dylan Covey. It is unlikely he resorts to 2018’s early form, but is a heavy sinker baller who just simply gives up too many hits. He had a 1.50 WHIP last season, which is projected to go higher in 2019. Ivan Nova was a fill-in signing for the White Sox, and probably won’t be a good one. Nova had a 1.40 HR or higher in the last two seasons with Pittsburgh. Heading to the American League and in a friendly hitters park, Nova’s 2019 outlook does not look good. Because of the lack of options in Chicago, Nova was the best they could do.