Chicago White Sox vs. Athletics schedule: Start times, MLB playoffs live stream, TV channel for AL Wild Card Series

Chicago White Sox vs. Athletics schedule: Start times, MLB playoffs live stream, TV channel for AL Wild Card Series

The Chicago White Sox are one win away from progressing to the 2020 ALDS. Chicago took Game 1 of its Wild Card Series matchup over the Oakland An’s on Tuesday and will attempt to finish off the arrangement on Wednesday. The A’s will send Chris Bassitt to the hill on Wednesday in order to force a success or-return home Game 3.

Here’s a glance at when the Athletics and the White Sox will play over the coming days:

Game 2Wed., Sept. 303 p.m. ETRHP Chris Bassitt vs. LHP Dallas KeuchelESPNTBD
Game 3*Thurs., Oct. 13 p.m. ETTBA vs. TBAESPNTBD

Furthermore, here are three things to think about this series.

This is Oakland’s first playoff series in some time

This is the fourth time the A’s have made the postseason since 2014. It’s the first run through since 2013 that they’ll play more than one game in the competition. Already, the A’s had lost the play-in Wild Card Game on their last three excursions to the end of the season games: 2014, 2018, and 2019. Oakland’s last multi-game season finisher arrangement was a five-game misfortune in the Divisional Series versus the Detroit Tigers.

A’s played favorable timetable

It was a given that MLB’s unequal timetable would support a few groups more than others. One of those groups that profited by the local inclination was the A’s. They played groups with winning records in only six of their 60 challenges: those coming in arrangement versus the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres. The A’s went 2-4 in those challenges. The White Sox, for the wellbeing of comparison, played against winning groups multiple times; they went 12-20 in those games.

White Sox entered on skid

In case you’re an adherent to force or only a casualty to recency inclination, at that point you’re likely worried about the White Sox’s odds of taking this arrangement. Chicago went 2-8 over its last 10 on the way to losing what had been a three-game lead in the American League Central through 52 games. For our cash, that doesn’t mean a ton, yet it’s something to be mindful of in no way different.

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