2013 Chicago White Sox season

2013 Chicago White Sox
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record 63–99 (.389)
Divisional place 5th
Other information
Owner(s) Jerry Reinsdorf
General manager(s) Rick Hahn
Manager(s) Robin Ventura
Local television CSN Chicago
CSN+
WGN-TV and WGN America
WCIU-TV
(Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone)
Local radio WSCR
(Ed Farmer, Darrin Jackson)
WNUA HD-2 (Spanish)
(Hector Molina, Billy Russo)[1]
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The 2013 Chicago White Sox season was the club's 114th season in Chicago and 113th in the American League.

Offseason

White Sox promoted Kenny Williams to Executive Vice President; Rick Hahn became the team's new General Manager.

Offseason additions and subtractions

Subtractions Additions
PlayersRHP Philip Humber (claimed off waivers by Astros)
LHP Francisco Liriano (signed with Pirates)
RHP Brett Myers (signed with Indians)
RHP Brian Bruney (free agent)
C A. J. Pierzynski (signed with Rangers)
1B Dan Johnson (signed with Yankees)
3B Kevin Youkilis (signed with Yankees)
INF Ray Olmedo (signed with Twins)
INF José López (signed with NPB Yomiuri Giants)
INF Orlando Hudson (free agent)
RHP Matt Lindstrom (free agent)
RHP Zach Stewart (claimed off waivers from Pirates)
RHP Jeff Gray** (Minor League free agent)
RHP Tony Peña, Jr.* (Minor League free agent)
1B Randy Ruiz (Minor League free agent)
3B Conor Gillaspie (Traded from Giants)
3B Josh Bell** (Minor League free agent)
INF Jeff Keppinger (free agent)
INF Ángel Sánchez (claimed off waivers from Angels)
OF Blake Tekotte (traded from Padres)
OF Stefan Gartrell* (Minor League free agent)
PersonnelGM Kenny Williams GM Rick Hahn
First base coach Daryl Boston
Assistant hitting coach Harold Baines
†Player/Personnel promoted following 2012 season
*Player spent entire 2012 season in Minor Leagues
**Player was non-roster invitee to Spring training (not on 40-man roster)

2013 Top prospects

Ranked before 2013 season

# Player Position Top 100 Rank MLB Rank 2013 Starting Team (Level)
1
Courtney Hawkins
Outfielder
55
68
Advanced A
2
Trayce Thompson
Outfielder
-
-
AA
3
Erik Johnson
Right-handed pitcher
-
-
AA
4
Carlos Sánchez
Second baseman/Shortstop
-
-
AAA
5
Jared Mitchell
Outfielder
-
-
AAA
6
Scott Snodgress
Left-handed pitcher
-
-
AA
7
Keon Barnum
First baseman
-
-
Rookie
8
Keenyn Walker
Outfielder
-
-
AA
9
Andre Rienzo
Right-handed pitcher
-
-
AAA
10
Chris Beck
Right-handed pitcher
-
-
Advanced A

* According to Baseball America Top 100 Prospects[2]

* According to 2013 Prospect Watch[3]

* Top 10 White Sox prospects via Baseball America[4]

Regular season

Transactions

Season standings

American League Central

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Detroit Tigers 9369 0.574 51–30 42–39
Cleveland Indians 9270 0.568 1 51–30 41–40
Kansas City Royals 8676 0.531 7 44–37 42–39
Minnesota Twins 6696 0.407 27 32–49 34–47
Chicago White Sox 6399 0.389 30 37–44 26–55

American League Wild Card

Division Winners W L Pct.
Boston Red Sox 9765 0.599
Oakland Athletics 9666 0.593
Detroit Tigers 9369 0.574
Wild Card teams
(Top 2 qualify for 1-game playoff)
W L Pct. GB
Cleveland Indians 9270 0.568
Tampa Bay Rays 9271 0.564
Texas Rangers 9172 0.558 1
Kansas City Royals 8676 0.531
Baltimore Orioles 8577 0.525
New York Yankees 8577 0.525
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 7884 0.481 13½
Toronto Blue Jays 7488 0.457 17½
Seattle Mariners 7191 0.438 20½
Minnesota Twins 6696 0.407 25½
Chicago White Sox 6399 0.389 28½
Houston Astros 51111 0.315 40½

Record vs. opponents

2013 AL Records
Source: AL Standings Head-to-Head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore11–84–33–44–24–23–45–23–39–105–22–46–135–210–911–9
Boston8–114–26–13–46–12–53–34–313–63–36–112–72–411–814–6
Chicago3–42–42–177–123–49–103–48–113–32–53–32–54–24–38–12
Cleveland4–31–617–24–156–110–94–213–61–65–25–22–45–14–211–9
Detroit2–44–312–715–46–19–100–611–83–33–45–23–33–45–212–8
Houston2–41–64–31–61–62–410–91–51–54–159–102–52–173–48–12
Kansas City4–35–210–99–1010–94–22–515–42–51–54–36–13–32–49–11
Los Angeles2–53–34–32–46–09–105–21–53–48–1111–84–34–156–110–10
Minnesota3–33–411–86–138–115–14–155–12–51–64–31–64–31–58–12
New York10–96–133–36–13–35–15–24–35–21–54–37–123–414–59–11
Oakland2–53–35–22–54–315–45–111–86–15–18–113–310–94–313–7
Seattle4–21–63–32–52–510–93–48–113–43–411–83–37–123–38–12
Tampa Bay13–67–125–24–23–35–21–63–46–112–73–33–34–411–812–8
Texas2–54–22–41–54–317–23–315–43–44–39–1012–74–41–610–10
Toronto9–108–113–42–42–54–34–21–65–15–143–43–38–116–111–9

Detailed records and runs scored/allowed

OpponentHomeAwayTotalPct.Runs scoredRuns allowed
AL East
Baltimore Orioles2–11–33–4.4291821
Boston Red Sox2–10–32–4.3332229
New York Yankees3–00–33–3.5002729
Tampa Bay Rays2–20–32–5.2862138
Toronto Blue Jays2–12–24–3.5713325
11–53–1414–19.424121142
AL Central
Cleveland Indians1–91–82–17.10557118
Detroit Tigers4–63–67–12.3687690
Kansas City Royals3–76–39–10.4745657
Minnesota Twins3–65–58–11.4218785
11–2815–2226–50.342276350
AL West
Houston Astros2–11–33–4.4293027
Los Angeles Angels1–22–23–4.4292932
Oakland Athletics2–20–32–5.2861821
Seattle Mariners2–11–23–3.5002125
Texas Rangers2–12–14–2.6672728
9–76–1115–18.455132138
Interleague
Atlanta Braves2–10–02–1.6671713
Chicago Cubs0–20–20–4.000832
Miami Marlins3–00–03–01.000117
New York Mets1–11–12–2.5001111
Philadelphia Phillies0–01–21–2.333910
Washington Nationals0–00–30–3.0001320
6–42–88–12.4006993

Season summary

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