Expectations for the Chicago White Sox shifted throughout the season
When it comes to the Chicago White Sox, it is okay for us to be both disappointed and excited about this team. Before the 2020 season started, fans’ expectations for this team was that of improvement. Most thought the team would push for a Wild Card spot, not necessarily compete for the division. Expectations may have shifted a little with a shortened season, but this is a young team, and if you thought they’d dominate you were not being honest with yourself.
That said, it is okay to be disappointed with how the season finished. As the season progressed, so did the expectations. As the team started winning 20 games in a span of 25, expectations soared. When Jose Abreu once again proved his worth by pushing for AL MVP, expectations sky-rocketed. When it comes to the team’s bats, no one can question that this team has plenty of run potential. However, the starting pitching was more suspect.