MLB announced its unique, 60-game season schedule on Monday, making the first pitch feel that much closer.
What's new this year: teams will only play opponents in their same region, so the White Sox will only face their divisional opponents, plus the teams in the N.L. Central.
We all know the heavy hitters and power pitchers within the A.L. Central (and probably the Cubs too due to proximity), but what about the big names from the opposite league?
White Sox 2020 MLB schedule: 5 NL Central stars fans need to know originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago