Tuesday, September 15, 2009

A Quick Look at the Sox 2010 Schedule

The Sox will start the 2010 campaign at home playing the Indians and Twinks for 3 each. They then travel north to the Rogers Center for the Blue Jays home opener followed by 3 more with Toronto.

From the looks of it June has a chance for the Sox to make a real run. 9 straight at home against the Rangers, Indians, and Tigers to start the month, then 3 at Wrigley, and 6 in Washington and Florida. Sox then return home for 6 against the Braves and Cubs before finishing the month with 3 in Kansas City. That's going to be a critical month for the Sox to get hot and take control of the division.

Similar to this year the Sox have a brutal stretch to start the month of September. At Cleveland, Boston, and Detroit for 10 road games in 11 days. Right after that trip will be a homestand against the entire division except Cleveland before the Sox head west as they are doing right now this year.

All in all, the schedule looks similar to the one we saw this year. It's going to be critical for the Sox to get off to a good start and make a run and have a nice lead by the break. The month of September is going to be rough, as it always seems to, so the Sox need to have a nice little lead going in. The Interleague schedule looks good with road games in Pittsburgh and Washington and home games against the Marlins and Braves. We are still a long way from that, but I expect good things out of the Sox early. Can't wait.

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